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Vol 6 No 2 (2016): June 2016
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Table of Contents
|The purpose of this research was to make comparative study of the development and review process of the entrepreneurship curriculum at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) Faculty of Commerce and Botho University, (BU) Faculty of Business and Accounting in Gab|
|Takaruza Munyanyiwa, 2Douglas Svotwa, Norman Rudhumbu, Morgen Mutsau||679-691|
|A Comparative Analysis of the Political Structure of Ancient Athens and Traditional Igbo Society|
|Ekeopara, Chike Augustine, Ogbonnaya, Lucky Uchenna M. A2||692-705|
|Some Notes on the Race and Class Relationship Struggle in Contemporary Brazil|
|Antonio Moreira da Silva Júnior, Wellington Amancio da Silva||706-713|
|Gender and the Quest for Social Justice and Relevance in Chimamanda Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus and Half of a Yellow Sun|
|Itang Ede Egbung||714-724|
|Bodies Tell Stories: Freudian Hysteria in Fay Weldon’s The Life and Loves of a She-Devil|
|Omar Mohammed Abdullah||725-731|
|Towards A Proverbial Explanation of Political Instability in Independent Nigeria|
|Johnson Olaosebikan, Aremu||732-745|