Editorial comment


  • Patrick Mamimine Chinhoyi University of Technology


This issue is born out of many threats to the life of our journal- Annals of Social and Behavioural Sciences (ASBSJ). In any life-threatening environment, it’s the survivors who remain to carry on with the vision and dream of stakeholders and sponsors. Our stakeholders’ dream has always been to nurse a high impact journal, that will serve as a reliable platform for disseminating transformative research outputs, influencing   policy, interrogating existing theoretical trajectories and providing existential pointers to practitioners in whatever sphere of human endeavour. Indeed, call the current issue, `a survivors’ issue’.