Tidyondzo ta ikhonomi

Tidyondzo ta ikhonomi i sayensi ya ximunhu leyi lavisisaka ti mhaka leti hlamuselaka no xopaxopa, ma endlele, mphakelo, na matirhisele ya tinhundzu na vukorhokeri". Tidyondzo leti to langutisa mahanyele na vuxaka exikarhi ka switirhisiwa swa Ikhonomi na tindlela leti ti ikhonomi ti tirhaka ha yona.

Ndzivisiso wa tidyondzo ta ikhomoni ti tirhisiwa hinkwako eka nhlangano wa vanhu, eka mabhindzu, Swa timali, swa rihanyo, na hulumendhe. Tidyondzo leti tithlela titirhisiwa eka swiyenge swo hambana swa tidyondzo ta vugevenga, Tidyondzo,[1] Muti, Nawu, Politiki, Vukhongeri,[2] tindzawulo ta ximunhu, Nyimpi,[3] Sayensi,[4] na Ntumbuluko.[5]

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Xifaniso xa tidyondzo ta Ikhonomi na ku xaviselana

Minthsaho

  1. The World Bank (2007).
  2. Iannaccone, Laurence R. (1998).
  3. Nordhaus, William D. (2002).
  4. Arthur M. Diamond, Jr. (2008). "science, economics of", The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, 2nd Edition, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  5. "Towards a Green Economy: Pathways to Sustainable Development and Poverty Eradication". United Nations Environment Programme. 2011. ISBN 978-92-807-3143-9. Retrieved 2015-05-10.
Robert Sobukwe

Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe (5 N'wendzamhala 1924 – 27 Nyenyenyani 1978) akuri n'wapolitiki na mulwela-nchuseko wa le Afrika Dzonga, loyi a simekeke nhlangano wa Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) lowu a wulwisana na mfumo wa xihlawu-hlawu. Hi lembe ra 2004 Sobukwe a langhiwile tani hi munhu wavu 42 eka nxaxamelo wa va Afrika Dzonga vo hlawuleka wa SABC3.

Evuton'wini byakwe, Sobukwe a a voniwa ari muluthanyi-nkulu lero mfumo wa xihlawu-hlawu wu humese nawu ephalamendhe ra wona lwu a wu vutiwa "Xinawana xa Sobukwe", lexi a xi ndlandlamuxa matimba ya mfumo, ngopfu-ngopfu a xi pfumelela ku engetela malembe ya ku khostsiwa ka Sobukwe.

Sayensi ya mahanyele

Sayensi ya mahanyele i xiyenge lexi kulu xa tidyondzo talehenhla, leti yelanaka na nhlangano wa vanhu na vuxaka exikarhi ka vanhu. Tidyondzo ta Sayensi ya mahanyele tihlanganisa, Tidyondzo ta ikhonomi, Ntivo-mbangu, vuhandzi, Nawu na tindzimi.

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