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necessities for survival, let alone a decent life worth living, once they are bound under a political ruler’s authority. Contrary to the terms of contract as Hobbes envisaged it, the capacity to revoke their indentured status, reverting back to their natural state of autonomy, on the detection of any breach

In: Utafiti

fulfilment of the essential rights to elucidate a stately and fair workplace (Di Fabio and Blustein 2016). Figure 1 Diagram of Decent Working Life Quality employment . For work to be decent, it should be ‘satisfying’ and gainful, implying satisfactory remuneration (both monetary and

In: Utafiti
Author: Elena Moore

because of that cycle we also decided to move. In contrast to his narrative as a younger man, decisions about where to locate his home, as a middle-aged man, were based around choices. He was motivated to move on as he wanted this phase in his life to be a time for developing new ways of living and re

In: The Individual in African History

hostility which can motivate them to engage in deviant and criminal behaviours ( Stiles, Liu and Kaplan, 2000 : 64). Morenoff, Sampson and Raudenbush ( 2001 : 518) opined that neighborhood-level income inequality is a significant predictor of the neighbourhood crime rate. A sharp contrast between the rich

In: Africa’s Radicalisms and Conservatisms

. Von Bertalanffy believed that all things, whether living or non-living, could be regarded as systems ( Joshua and Olanrewaju, 2016 , 61). It focuses attention on the whole system and also gives awareness to the relationships among its fundamental parts. On the basis of this, he drew a contrast between

In: Africa’s Radicalisms and Conservatisms
Author: Mnqobi Ngubane

’s income, a farm worker in timber plantations, and the only breadwinner in the family. For Mr Y, the land restitution process has certainly raised hopes for a new life, better than what he had previously as a labour tenant whose livestock accumulation was restricted to specific herd numbers, living on a

In: Land Reform Revisited
Author: Lindie Koorts

Zimbabwe and Zambia under the control of his British South Africa Company. He also orchestrated a failed coup against the Transvaal in 1895. His personal life was equally fascinating, given that all indications are that he was homosexual, which raises interesting questions about gender and sexuality in the

In: The Individual in African History

; Goebel, 2005 ; Walker, 2008 ; Aliber, 2015 ) was the depiction of the fast-track reforms as a politically motivated land grab. The structural inequality inherent in the colonial-era agrarian structure inherited at independence in 1980 was largely ignored. Additionally, its redistributive aspect

In: Land Reform Revisited

1 Introduction Since formal education (schooling) is perceived as an instrument for the acquisition of appropriate skills for people to earn a living from and to contribute to the development of the society, every parent and nation is eager to key into it without reservations. Meanwhile

In: Africa’s Radicalisms and Conservatisms
Author: Nerhene Davis

of the proposed land transfer and the ability of the community to cope with its new responsibilities. The potential impact that the ‘inadequate’ management of newly restored land would have on the local economy was a key motivator to consider private sector involvement. Shared equity with a partner

In: Land Reform Revisited