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  1. Exploring the Adoption of cloud Computing as a Business : A Bulawayo Small to Medium Enterprises (SMSs) Study
    Shoniwa, Tawanda Richard, 2017-03-24T07:47:23Z
    Technology has removed all political boundaries, and has significantly transformed the way business is conducted in the modern age. The world has become a global village in which, by the mere click of a mouse button, anyone can reach any market in any part of the world. This however, has introduced ...
  2. The use of case studies for pervasive skills training in ODL accounting education
    Reyneke, Yolande, 2017-03-23T08:52:22Z
    Studies relating to recent curriculum changes implemented by SAICA and CIMA with an increased focus on pervasive skills are limited. The problem addressed in this study related to the challenge faced by ODL accounting education institutions to deliver practice-ready accounting graduates. This study ...
  3. Creating high performance value chain organisations (HPVCO)
    Coetzee, Salidor Christoffel, 2017-03-23T12:32:59Z
    South Africa is experiencing difficult times on the economic front after the political transition in 1994. The country"s average annual economic growth rate (GOP) declined from more than 5o/o in the 1960"s to less than 3%> per year during seven years ending. The population growth increased at a r ...
  4. An investigation of Zimbabwe"s contemporary heritage practices of memorializing war : a case study of the Heroes" Acres in Matabeleland South Province
    Magadzike, Blessed, 2017-03-22T07:56:46Z, University of the Western Cape.
    The study through the topic: An investigation of Zimbabwe"s contemporary heritage practices of memorializing war: A case study of the Heroes" Acres in Matabeleland South Province focuses on post liberation war memorialisation and management in the post-colonial state of Zimbabwe. It analyses the eme ...
  5. Exploring parental coping with childcare after the disclosure of child sexual abuse
    Lakey, Abigail, 2017-03-22T08:32:26Z, University of the Western Cape.
    Child sexual abuse is a well-documented social crime that influences every aspect of the survivor and their family"s lives. The parents are then confronted with a child that presents behavior that may include scholastic challenges, antisocial behaviour, sexual explorative behaviour as well as adult ...
  6. Caregivers" perceptions of desensitization among sexually abused children
    Grobbelaar, Riaan Martinus, 2017-03-22T08:47:08Z, University of the Western cape
    Children react differently to the traumatic incidence of sexual abuse. Some children develop symptomatic behaviours associated with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in reaction to sexual abuse, such as apathy, which is a form of desensitisation. Others appear less affected by the sexual abuse and may ...
  7. Successful first-year students" perceptions and experiences of retention and throughput at a selected FET College
    Hartley-Ohlson, Sharifa, 2017-03-22T08:55:08Z, University of the Western cape
    The Further Education and Training Colleges Sector is a new phenomenon and attract students from school who are unprepared for the rigours of further education and training. This could have a direct impact on retention and throughput of first-year students in the sector. Against this backdrop studen ...
  8. Professional nurses" perceptions of newly qualified professional nurses competency and factors influencing competency
    Hansen-Salie, Nasieba, 2017-03-22T09:03:45Z, University of the Western cape
    In our constantly changing healthcare system and with large numbers of staff shortages in hospitals, newly qualified professional nurses are expected to be competent and work unsupervised in leadership capacities soon after they have completed their nursing programs. The study was aimed at determini ...
  9. A model of community engagement in the prevention of maternal health complications in rural communities of Cross River State, Nigeria
    Nsemo, Alberta David, 2017-03-22T09:13:14Z, University of the Western cape
    Pregnancy-related poor maternal health and maternal death remain major problems in most Nigerian states including Cross River State. The acute impact of these problems is borne more heavily by rural communities where the majority of births take place at home unassisted or assisted by unskilled perso ...
  10. Factors influencing patient satisfaction with doctors in the Out patient department at a district hospital in Tsumeb, Namibia
    Rutabanzibwa, Juvenary John, 2017-03-22T09:33:13Z, University of the Western Cape
    Providing quality health services is a concept currently given a high priority by the World Health Organization (WHO). As a member of WHO, Namibia is determined to improve health services delivery in the country. In order to achieve this, both doctors and patients must fully engage in the planning a ...