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  • Tenthani, Kizito L. (2011-06-23)
    Citizen participation in the budgetary processes in Malawi can be traced back to the PRSP era in the 1990s. This provided a window of opportunity for citizens through civil society organisations to get involved in issues ...
  • Klaaren, Jonathan (2010-02-08)
    This paper discusses xenophobic violence and the role of South African law.
  • Hauanga, Edward (2011-04-13)
    The research report aims to fill the knowledge gap on the relationship between civil and military components within the Namibian Ministry of Defence, which have continued to co-exist without any investigation conducted ...
  • Saili, Gregory Chitambo (2011-06-10)
    Beginning in the late 1990’s, the Sector Wide Approach or SWAp has become an important part of development cooperation in the social sectors, particularly in health, education, and agriculture. Over the years, although ...
  • NKWINIKA, THEMBA (2011-11-10)
    Public participation and the free existence of civil society organisations capable of interfacing with governance practices are accepted as some of the essential elements of a democratic system of governance. Thus, democratic ...
  • Nkomo, Moeti Louisa. (2014-08-14)
    ABSTRACT The purpose of the study is to explain why the NC(V) Level 2 students at George Tabor campus, one of the six campuses of the South West Gauteng College (SWGC) in the Gauteng Province, are absent from classes. ...
  • Kgobe, Michelle (2012-01-20)
    Organisations increasingly face the challenges of managing supply chain in their operations. Stock write-offs due to lack of proper planning as well as dysfunctional relationships within trading partners have become common ...
  • Githiaka, John Mwangi (2013-10-22)
    HIV is a key problem in Kenya and a national response has been designed to address it. The key implementing agencies for HIV response include the National AIDS Control Council (NACC) and Ministries of Health (MOH). The ...
  • Fourie, Werner (2012-09-10)
    Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions and open source software have both received increased business interest over the past two decades. A combination of these two topics, open source ERP, provides organisations ...
  • Felix, Wilhelmus Martinus (2012-12-04)
    The purpose of the research was to explore the power of storytelling as a tool or medium in communicating strategy to a company’s employees. This study explored and researched why storytellers and strategists were making ...
  • Foster, Juan Edwin (2012-10-02)
    The objective of this research was to identify the communication factors in agile software development teams in South Africa. There was one research proposition set up from the literature review. A sample of South African ...
  • Williamson, Cari Jeanne Hartley (2013-10-08)
    The purpose of this research was to gain a better understanding of microblogging in the context of the enterprise, and how the use of an enterprise microblogging (EMB) platform can facilitate internal organisational c ...
  • Nemugumoni, Thuso Lavhelesani Patricia (2011-06-02)
    This exploratory study investigates government interventions through a funded Non-Governmental Organization in improving the lives of Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC). This was done through involving children and ...
  • SEKOMO, ASHA MARIA CLARA (2011-06-14)
    This study investigated the nature and challenges facing community-based initiatives in Rwanda and recommends options which, if implemented, would maximise positive effects in combating poverty through the said initiatives. ...
  • SEHLAPELO, DESIRÉE LORRAINE MOSIMA (2011-06-10)
    This study investigates the role of the community in participating in the development and rehabilitation of Lake Fundudzi. The premise of the study is that community is the cornerstone of the success of any development. ...
  • Tlakula, Ntsako Desiree (2014-08-28)
    Abstract Community participation is increasingly recognised as a big component in planning and development initiatives however the contribution of community members is still limited. Community members still do not ...
  • MNTAMBO, FANYANA ABEDNEGO (2011-04-19)
    Water is a human right and to save water is a human responsibility. Despite the very basic need for water, not everyone has access to it. However, access to an adequate supply of water, defined in terms of water quality, ...
  • Simelane, Immigardht Brunnhilldah Hlengiwe (2011-11-22)
    Community participation in development projects is always advocated for but rarely practiced meaningfully. Narrow interpretations of participation that amount merely to job creation and skills transfer are prevalent and ...
  • NGOBENI, HILDAH SIZI (2011-06-02)
    After the establishment of the first democratic government in South Africa, the Education Ministry committed itself to transforming the education system through developing new policies and legislation aimed at achieving ...
  • Myers, Jedd (2012-11-14)
    Managers deciding which form of finance to select in order to fund investments, namely debt or equity, are posed with the challenge of understanding the different costs implicated with these two types of financing. Equity ...

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