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Stakeholders’ perceptions of abuse of children with disabilities at a special school in Zimbabwe

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Affiliations: 1: a) Centre of Deaf Studies, School of Education, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, E-mail: martin.musengi@fulbrightmail.org; martinmusengi@yahoo.com ; 2: b)Professor, School of Teacher Education, Faculty of Humanities Central University of Technology, Free State, Private Bag X20539 Bloemfontein 9300, South Africa E-mail: ashumba@cut.ac.za; almonshumba@yahoo.com, Corresponding author

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