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rights, overall experience of life (are the EU indicators). The nine indicators resulted in IWI values within 50–60 scores. A similar study by Xue (2018) had seven well-being indicators adopted from EU. These were: standard of living, health, life achievements, personal relationship, personal safety

In: The African Review

arrangements such as a federation of states living in perpetual peace or communism as a global social and economic system to replace the unequal capitalist order can lead to the enlightment theme of universalism. Based on its nature of diplomacy, there is general consensus that South Africa can be regarded as

In: The African Review

irrelevance. Most importantly, the discovery of oil in commercial quantities in Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Niger has generated optimism and anticipation of a better life for the people living within the respective countries. This notwithstanding, the narrative surrounding African countries such as

In: The African Review
Author: Rosanna Pirelli

. 2017: 496), “that only when the cult of the saint became widespread, gaining a central role in the Egyptian spirituality, was a monastic settlement associated with his name and life, leaving a long-living trace in the oral tradition”. In other words, I would suggest, very cautiously, not ruling out

In: Annali Sezione Orientale

involvement negatively influences the lives of many young men living in Cape Town, South Africa. Approximately 130 gangs are operating in Cape Town with a membership estimated at around 100,000 individuals (Kinnes et al., 2011). Gangs have been portrayed as an anti-social way of life demanding loyalty from

In: The African Review

1 Introduction Good health significantly leads to a healthy and productive nation that contributes to the economic growth of any given country. It is also considered an important part of human life and in the event of an illness or injuries; people all over the world respond in different

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motivated citizens to establish their own woodlands. Despite their significant roles in the provision of forest conservation education, all the zonal forest publicity units finally closed shop and ended their operations due to lack of funds. Furthermore, the study found that the country had only a few

In: The African Review
Author: Nicodemus Minde

( The Citizen , 02.06.2013). This was quickly followed by Tanzania expelling “illegal” Rwandan refugees, who had been living in the country, an act that was interpreted as politically motivated. This case forms the central thesis of this article, where I examine decision making and foreign policy in

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consumption. Capitalist relations of production transformed the feudal ways of doing business and capitalist competition became a life and death struggle where the accumulation of capital became the driving force behind human activities. In this rush for profits, morality had no place. The violent and

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fear and inferiority complex throughout their academic life especially when they hear anything equal to staff qualification audit. On the other hand, the association of “where to publish” and science as a choice implies that both individuals and institutions are concerned about quality. In this

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In: The African Review