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Growth and Development

2016

African union

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The State Of African Economy And A Way Forward, Florian Cyril Mshanga Oct 2016

The State Of African Economy And A Way Forward, Florian Cyril Mshanga

Young African Leaders Journal of Development

The current emerging market downturn in economic powerhouses like China, has already negatively affected African economic growth. For resource-rich countries, it is a chance to improve their public investment management (PIM) system, which could help boost growth; although from experience drawn, Sub-Saharan oil resourced countries on average score lower in PIM, reflecting weak administrative capacity and low transparency in the use of public resources, especially at the project appraisal and evaluation stages of the PIM process. Countries that have successfully diversified their economies will suffer less than those that have not and they will enjoy less stress than countries depending ...


"Black" Colonialism Is The Leading Cause Of Zimbabwe's Collapse, Sensewell Chingwaramusee Oct 2016

"Black" Colonialism Is The Leading Cause Of Zimbabwe's Collapse, Sensewell Chingwaramusee

Young African Leaders Journal of Development

Black colonialism is the neo-oppression of black people by other black elite groups within a certain area according to the researcher. In this instance, some war veterans who fought for the liberation of Zimbabwe and other politicians seem to have fought in order to replace the white oppressive regime. Zimbabwe gained independence in 1980 from the Ian Smith colonial rule and for a while, independence meant enjoying self-black majority rule till the elected politicians began to ignore the needs of their masses. This article serves to explicitly express the effects of black colonialism in Zimbabwe and how the wrath of ...


Pan-Africanism, Leadership Prospect And The Agenda 2063, Prince Ifoh Oct 2016

Pan-Africanism, Leadership Prospect And The Agenda 2063, Prince Ifoh

Young African Leaders Journal of Development

The idea of development has always been nurtured. It is as old as the history of Africa itself. Even though the continent is believed to host the starting point of development, man has struggled to continue doing so there. Shying away from reality will not be the solution, but facing reality with all its encumbrances. Perhaps, many people are ignorant of what pan-Africanism can offer; hence, they relegate pan-Africanism and the African development prospect to mere academic studies. Against this backdrop, the paper seeks to substantiate the significance and role of pan-Africanism in the development of Africa.


Front Matter, Yaljod 1.1, Prince Ifoh Oct 2016

Front Matter, Yaljod 1.1, Prince Ifoh

Young African Leaders Journal of Development

Includes: Excerpts from Dr. Salah Hammad (Senior Human Rights Expert, Department of Political Affairs, African Union Commission: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia), Alice Buhinja Mutesi (Post Conflict Reconstruction Officer, Peace and Security Department, African Union Headquarters: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia), and Beatrice Khamati Njenga (Head of Education Division, Department of Human Resources, Science adn Technology, African Union Commission: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia); a Foreword from Dr. Patricia Rodney (CEO, The Walter Rodney Foundation: Atlanta, Georgia); Preface from Her Excellency Ambassador Dr. Justina Mutale (Founder and CEO, Justina Mutale Foundation for Leadership: London, UK); and the Table of Contents for this issue.


Yaljod Full Issue 1.1, Prince Ifoh Oct 2016

Yaljod Full Issue 1.1, Prince Ifoh

Young African Leaders Journal of Development

The Young African Leaders Journal of Development (YALJOD) is a biennial journal and an official publication of the Young African Leaders Forum (YALF). It was established in 2015 to host scholarly analysis and competing viewpoints about the development of Africa; and it’s multidisciplinary approach makes it more formidable. YALJOD accepts papers from varied disciplinary areas — including Social Sciences, Physical Sciences and Humanities — that show direct relevance to the development of Africa. It publishes researches understood as the social, economic, political, cultural and technological processes of change in Africa. The intended audience of the journal remains the entire African people ...