Commonwealth Youth and Development

Commonwealth Youth and Development is a multidisciplinary biannual publication that seeks to promote understanding of, and impetus for, the empowerment of the youth which will enable them to play a crucial and constructive role in the development of their communities. It recognises the importance of the youth and youth workers in developing countries and seeks to promote the professionalisation of youth work.

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Vol 14, No 1 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Articles

STAUNCHING NIGER DELTA’S OIL CURSE: STEMMING THE TIDE OF YOUTH RESTIVENESS IN CHIMEKA GARRICKS’S TOMORROW DIED YESTERDAY (2010) PDF
Niyi Akingbe, Charles Terseer Akwen 1-16
TOOL OR TOY: A SURVEY OF PARENTAL ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE USE OF CELL PHONES AT SCHOOLS IN ZIMBABWE PDF
Barbara C Manyarara 17-35
YOUTH AND INDIGENISATION IN THE ZIMBABWEAN PRINT MEDIA PDF
Washington Mushore 36-53
SCHOOL-BASED GENDER-RELATED VIOLENCE IN NAMIBIA: CAUSES AND MANIFESTATIONS PDF
Anthony Brown 54-64
GATEWAY TO NATIONAL ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT? AN ANALYSIS OF THE USES AND ABUSES OF THE ZIMBABWE NATIONAL YOUTH SERVICE IN RELATION TO THE AFRICAN YOUTH CHARTER PDF
Sylvester Dombo, Victor M Gwande 65-77
CSR BECOMES A PART OF THE COMPANY’S STRATEGIC PLAN PDF
Ghazala Begum Essop 78-87
‘VOICES’, MEANING AND ‘HETEROGLOSSIA’ IN PRISONERS OF HOPE (1995) PDF
Khatija Bibi Khan 88-96
URBAN YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF A DOLLARISED ECONOMY IN ZIMBABWE PDF
Innocent Tonderai Mahiya 97-117
YOUTH EXPECTATIONS OF SMART CITY LIVING: AN IMPORTANCE- PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF YOUNG RESIDENTS’ PERSPECTIVES OF CITY GOVERNMENT PDF
Jason Cohen, Judy Backhouse, Omar Ally 118-128
CURRICULUM RENEWAL AS A TRANSFORMATIONAL PROJECT AT THE DURBAN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY: WHAT DO THE EXISTING DATA SAY? PDF
Kudayja Mahommed Parker 129-143
TRADITIONAL HEALERS, THEIR SERVICES AND THE AMBIVALENCE OF SOUTH AFRICAN YOUTH PDF
Tony Nyundu, Kammila Naidoo 144-155
SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD THROUGH SKILL DEVELOPMENT AMONG RURAL YOUTH: ROLE OF MICRO-FINANCE IN THE DEVELOPMENTAL PARADIGM PDF
Vikram Singh 156-173
A PROPOSED EVALUATION PLAN TO ASSESS THE IMPACT OF A YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FACILITATED BY THE STATE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AGENCY (SITA) IN RURAL SOUTH AFRICA PDF
Maura Mbunyuza-deHeer Menlah 174-181