Youth and Sustainable Livelihoods: The Employment Question in Zimbabwe

Introduction

Youth in Zimbabwe are buffeted by novel challenges on a day to day basis. These challenges are not only limited to access to civic and political rights but also economic sustenance and livelihood, a question that has never been convincingly and sustainably tackled by the country’s political leadership since independence in 1980.

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Shifting the Empowerment Narrative towards Women Participation in ICT Sector

21st century marked a major shift in the Information Communications Technology (ICT) sector and like any other business, ICT sector is largely dominated by men. This is largely so because back in the days girls were not encouraged to take science subjects at school and in worst scenarios never allowed to go further with education that go beyond the basics.

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Rethinking African Politics in the 21st Century

We are living in a world where the majority of the electorate and the consumers or benefactors of government policies are popularly known as the ‘born free’ generation. In Sub-Saharan Africa this particularly refers to generations of young people born after political independence. And young people constitute 70% [1] of the region’s population, qualifying it as the youngest globally.
 

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