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Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa

Vol.19, No.3, 2017

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief
About the Contributors
ARTICLES

DETERMINANTS OF DROPOUT RATE FOR PRIMARY AND HIGH SCHOOL FEMALE SCHOLARS IN MASVINGO DISTRICT, ZIMBABWE
By:  Lilian Manwa

EFFECT OF REWARD ON ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT: A CASE STUDY OF LAGOS STATE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, NIGERIA
BY:  Sulu Babaita, ISIAKA, Ismaila Bolarinwa, KADIRI, JIMOH, Adams Lukman

EFFECTIVENESS OF ZIMBABWE’S SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES POLICY: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
By:  Sailas Hussein Matamanda and Clainos Chidoko

GROWTH AND WELFARE IMPLICATIONS OF FULL MARKET PRICING OF PREMIUM MOTOR
SPIRIT IN NIGERIA: POLICY ANALYSIS IN A STRUCTURALIST CGE MODEL
By:  Ernest Simeon O. Odior

IMPACT OF MASTER FARMER TRAINING ON SMALLHOLDER FARMERS’ RAPOKO ELEUSINE CORACANA (L.) PRODUCTIVITY IN BUHERA DISTRICT, ZIMBABWE
By:  Culver Mvumi, Oscar Ndoro, Petronella Matizanadzo, Sekai A. Manyiwo

INFORMATION SOURCES USED BY TIGER NUT (CYPERUS ESCULENTUS) FARMERS FOR IMPROVED SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN ADUAMOA, GHANA
By:  Grace Obeng-Koranteng, Raphael Kwame Kavi, Kwabena Asiedu Bugyei, and Peter Anafo

INTELLECTUAL ABILITY VERSUS ANGST: THE IMPACT OF EXAMINATION ANXIETY ON UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ SCHOLASTIC ATTAINMENT IN ZIMBABWE
By:  Moses Kufakunesu and Kudzai Chinyoka

OUTLAW SECURITY PROVIDERS AND ARMS PROLIFERATION IN RIVERS STATE: THE SECURITY COLLABORATION CONUNDRUM
By: Chibuzor Chile Nwobueze and James Okolie-Osemene

POLICY IMPLEMENTATION, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND RURAL BACKWARDNESS IN IYANFOWOROGI COMMUNITY, ILE-IFE, OSUN STATE, NIGERIA
By:  Bolaji Tinuke Badejo, Samuel Chukwudi, and Adeyemi, Oluwatobi   

 

THE CHALLENGES OF GOOD GOVERNANCE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
By:  Christopher Ekpu and Sunday Okungbowa  Uhunmwuangho

THE IMPLICATIONS OF BREXIT ON THE EUROPEAN UNION-ZIMBABWE RELATIONS AND THE FUTURE OF ZIMBABWE’S DEVELOPMET PARADOX
By:  Torque Mude and Percyslage Chigora

THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE TRANSITION TO SUSTAINABILITY
By:  Warren Manuel and Firoz Khan

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY IMPLEMENTATION IN UGANDA: EXTENT TO WHICH THE DECENTRALIZED NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PROCESS INCORPORATES SYSTEMS THINKING
 By: Stella Namanji; Charles Francis; Charles Ssekyewa

MACROECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION AND OIL RESOURCE CURSE ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
 
By: Saibu M.O and M.A.Loto