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  • Silver, Louise (Centre for Applied Legal Studies, 1984-04-01)
  • Masipa, Rabohwa Phineas (2011-11-03)
    Despite heavy infusion of health care resources in many countries in the last 20 years or so, there is still a lack of health care in most areas. Similar experience is not uncommon in several countries, Australia being one ...
  • Leburu, Lehogwe Horatius (2011-11-03)
    This research report uses a qualitative approach to study the relatively unresearched field of occupational health and safety policy-making processes for small and junior mines (SJM). The purpose of this research was to ...
  • Huma, Boitumelo (2011-04-15)
    South Africa is experiencing a high HIV/AIDS prevalence rate. This has a negative bearing on the development of the country and improvement of the lives of the citizens. A positive corporate response to HIV/AIDS is hailed ...
  • Bindenagel, Annamarie (2011-03-22)
    “HIV and Human Security in South Africa” explores the multiple dimensions of a fascinating individual, medical, economic, political and social epidemic. Its main question, what are the responsibilities of individuals, ...
  • Klaaren, Jonathan (2009-10-05)
    The aims of this paper is to provide an overview of judicial politics and an understanding of these politics.
  • Padayachee, Kovilyn (2011-06-02)
    Location technology can be applied in many situations of daily life and is impacting many areas of business. The ability of business to deliver meaningful services to mobile users is greatly increased by knowing the ...
  • Naidoo, Colin (2011-05-31)
    In the current global economy successful implementation of a formulated strategy is essential to gain competitive advantage. Success in business is manifested more in the ability to implement ideas and strategies rapidly ...
  • Mphahlele, Matuku (2014-01-21)
    In the context of the South African mining and mineral sector this study explores the human resource development measures to transform mentoring programmes at Tumela Mine. Despite the legislative stipulations that seek to ...
  • Rajah, Daryl (2014-01-08)
    There is a growing interest in Social Enterprise in South Africa driven by perceived advantages that Social Enterprise has over the government in efficient delivery of services; over conventional business. The desire to ...
  • Hla, Tin Aung (2011-04-15)
    The present military government of Myanmar (Burma) has been under worldwide condemnation for its gross human rights violations and suppression of democratic forces in the country since 1988 when it took over state power ...
  • Mabuela, Innocentia Menge. (2014-08-14)
    ABSTRACT The purpose of this study is to investigate and explore curriculum responsiveness and graduate employability in order to establish how two specific ICT programmes offered in one of the merged higher education ...
  • Fatti, Anton Libero Paul (2011-04-05)
    The historical volatility of the rand exchange rate has encouraged investors on the JSE Securities Exchange to invest in shares which are believed to have an inverse relationship to exchange rate movements of the rand, ...
  • Ribeiro, David Ferreira (2013-10-22)
    The South African manufacturing industry has faced several challenges as a direct result of the global recession and, although the worst of the global economic recession may have passed, international recovery still ...
  • Ligthelm, Magdalena Elizabeth (2011-04-19)
    Large proportions of the South African population remain poor and food insecure. The use of rainwater harvesting (RWH) is becoming increasingly important due to scarcity of water and the costs associated with bringing ...
  • Tandy, Cameron Peter (2011-03-24)
    The research was conducted on a single South African Information and technology consultancy using a mixed methodology. Results were determined from 16 qualitative interviews, and 122 quantitative surveys, including 64 ...
  • Lemako, Johannes (2014-07-31)
    ABSTRACT In South Africa, the government’s process of transformation which effectively started in 1994 not only resulted in a new democracy, a new government or dispensation, but it also championed a significant, rapid ...
  • Phillipus, Ahlben (2014-01-21)
    Context The purpose of this research was to assess the potential impact of MTN MobileMoney and Vodacom M-Pesa services on the informal taxi sector in Cape Town, South Africa. The research intended to assess whether ...
  • Waithaka, Wanjiku (2011-04-19)
    Context The purpose of this research was to evaluate and assess the impact of Safaricom Ltd’s M-Pesa mobile money transfer system on the informal sector in Nairobi, Kenya. The study aimed to assess whether there was ...
  • Singh, Nishani (2012-01-17)
    South Africa is a high carbon emitting nation with fossil fuels accounting for more than 90% of the country’s primary energy needs. As a rapidly developing country there is increasing pressure from international partners ...

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