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  • Malaka, Mpho Totsane (2011-05-16)
    The purpose of the study was to explore how the North West Provincial Government (NWPG) is managing its economic growth and development policy. In this study, an assumption is made that the successful management EG&DP ...
  • van den Berg, Nicolette (2011-06-23)
    Blood is a vital source of life. Beliefs and attitudes concerning blood affect the work of transfusion services in appealing for and recruiting blood donors in varying degrees throughout the world. The South African ...
  • Kirkpatrick, Stephen Craig (2011-05-10)
    Youth tourism is a large growing global phenomena and potentially lucrative to South Africa. This research undertook to determine travel motivators of United Kingdom youth tourists and perceptions of South Africa as a ...
  • Sibiya, June Sizwe (2012-10-04)
    The performance management processes in the Mpumalanga Department of Public Works, Roads and Transport are implemented in isolation from Public Service national guiding prescripts and policy framework. The central ...
  • NGUBENI, MANDLA W. (2011-06-02)
    This research report set out to develop understanding of the complex nature of the Multipurpose Community Centre (MPCC) concept. The background and initiative is grounded in the new excellence movement which seeks to ...
  • Bilgeri, Warren Gary. (2014-09-04)
    ABSTRACT Globally, the practice of multisourcing is continuing to grow. Many companies are optimising the way research and development is staffed internally, outsourced, or carried out offshore. This research was undertaken ...
  • Davids, Philip David (2011-04-01)
    There are large water services backlogs in rural areas in South Africa. The local sphere of government has the responsibility to provide basic water services to all people. In addition national government has ...
  • MAWELA, LERATO PRUDENCE (2011-05-17)
    This study investigates the factors that contribute to poor community participation in development projects implemented at the Ha-Makuya area of the Limpopo province of South Africa. The NDA as a statutory body responsible ...
  • Mathonsi, Tholaphi Audrey (2014-08-13)
    ABSTRACT Tholaphi Audrey Mathonsi, Faculty of Management, University of the Witwatersrand, Abstract of Masters’ Thesis submitted May 2013 National School Nutrition Programme in rural area at Mkhuhlu (Bushbuckridge) The ...
  • Malebang, Gabriel Gosiame Goitsemodimo (2011-05-13)
    This study examined the rationale for formulating a national security policy for Botswana. The study probed the various ways in which national security is conceptualised by different actors in Botswana. These range from ...
  • Libago, Ndinannyi Justice (2011-05-05)
    Incidents of school violence are frequently reported in the South African media. Due to these media reports, school violence is increasingly perceived as a major problem in South Africa. It is hard to evaluate media ...
  • Pillay, Allen Perumal (2012-11-21)
    The aim of the study was to determine the nature of the relationship between leadership style and engagement and to understand what the drivers of engagement may be. This was envisaged to assist in interventions that may ...
  • Mashingaidze, Tendai Albert (2014-07-25)
    ABSTRACTABSTRACTABSTRACTABSTRACT ABSTRACTABSTRACTABSTRACT The South African immigration policy has been blamed for the influx of undocumented immigrants in SA. For almost a decade after apartheid ended the SA immigration ...
  • Bowler, Karin (2011-03-22)
    Negotiated Environmental Agreements (NEAs) combine elements of regulation, self-regulation and co-operative relationships. NEAs aim to improve dialogue between stakeholders and encourage pro-active behaviour within ...
  • Johnstone, Gordon (2011-10-07)
    Public Private Partnerships are becoming a key trend with regard to the provision of infrastructure in the Southern African region, as evidenced by the increasing number of Public Private Partnership transactions taking ...
  • Erasmus, Willem (2014-01-08)
    This study demonstrated that a large South African company was able to obtain operational benefits from its supplier development programme aimed at its disadvantaged suppliers. This is despite the fact that these supplier ...
  • Belete, Gebremedhin (2011-03-18)
    The basic principles of democratic governance may have been captured in policy documents but do not guarantee the transformation to an equitable and socio-economically viable society in South Africa and other ...
  • Lurie, Ruth (2011-05-12)
    A survey’s external validity is reliant on sample randomness and size. The sample size is the result of the minimum required and the response achieved. Much attention has been given to response in a commercial setting. ...
  • Patjane, Modikoe Thomas (2014-02-17)
    The 21st century presents complex challenges, requiring innovative and dynamic problem solving techniques and methods. Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) have advanced considerably over the years, making ...
  • Mkhize, Sibongile Millicent (2014-01-08)
    This study is aimed at investigating nurses’ perceptions towards the Provincialisation project (centralisation) of Primary Health Care (PHC) in Local Government Region F in Johannesburg; in order to have one single Public ...

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