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  1. Attitudes of educators towards the school-based promotions
    Biyela, Bongumusa Wilfred, 2011-12-12T10:18:24Z
    The study investigates the attitudes of educators towards the promotions that take place in schools. The intention of the Department of Education was to improve the quality of education through the involvement of all the stakeholders in the decision-making. There is a common dissatisfaction from the ...
  2. An evaluation of the Zululand University peer educators" programme
    Sooknannan, Renitha, 2011-12-12T10:35:09Z
    The reported study evaluated the effectiveness of the Zululand University HIV/AIDS peer educator programme. The evaluation was surnmative in nature. The research design was a pre-post-test control group design and both qualitative and quantitative methods were used for data collection and data analy ...
  3. An investigation of the experiences and meaning of xenophobia at the University of Zululand by international students
    Buthelezi, Msawenkosi, 2011-12-13T07:17:00Z
    The major aim of the study was to document xenophobic experiences and meaning of non-national students at the South African tertiary institutions, so that appropriate action may be taken to ameliorate the situation. The results of this study clearly point to the fact that international students th ...
  4. A phenomenological analysis of the subjective meaning of being part of the police services at a police station in the Uthungulu district.
    Walters-du Plooy, Guillaume, 2011-12-13T07:43:40Z
    The study considers the historical and present socio-political and crime situation within the South African context With the subsequent changes after the establishment of a new democracy, people"s perceptions and views have shifted. The social conception that once was, has changed vastly. The author ...
  5. A comparative study of the influence of the nasal prefix `N" ( from UR- BANTU "NI-") on succeeding consonants at the beginning of some lexical items in Zulu, Xhosa and Southern Sotho
    Lephallo, Amos Thabo, 2012-01-05T11:48:59Z
    In any language, words are uttered systematically according to certain rules. Each language has therefore its own system. Language may be defined as "a system of utterances governed by a set of.rules". In a language there are partial systems such as Phonetics, Morphology, Syntax, etc. Wnen these par ...
  6. Attitudes of teachers towards sexuality and HIV and AIDS education
    Nqoloba, Tembela, 2012-01-05T12:02:24Z
    This study investigated the attitudes of teachers towards sexuality "and HIV/AIDS education in Mthatha schools. The objectives were threefold. First, the study intended to determine the attitudes of educators towards the inclusion of sexuality education. Second, it investigated whether the attitude ...
  7. An investigation into home-based care as a continuum of the comprehensive health care provision for people living with HIV?AIDS at Umlazi and its informal settlements in health region "F” of KwaZulu-Natal Province
    Nyembe, Loraine Nompumelelo, 2012-01-05T12:22:58Z
    The study was an exploratory descriptive one to investigate Home-Based Care as a continuum of the health care provision with specific reference to People Living with HIV/AIDS in the Umlazi metro area of KwaZulu-Natal and its informal setdements. A critical analysis of literature on perspectives on H ...
  8. The study to explore the nature and extent of culture specific nursing care in the regions G, D and H of KwaZulu-Natal
    Ngcobo, Daisy Catherine, 2012-01-05T12:34:07Z
    The purpose of the research study was to explore and describe the nature and extent of culture specific nursing care in the clinical area of "hospitals in the regions of G, D and H of KwaZuIu-Natal, as well as to make recommendations for improvement. Attitudes of patients and nurses and their perce ...
  9. Die rol van moedertaalversteuring in die Afrikaans van Zoeloesprekende leerlinge
    Wela, Vusumuzi Patrick, 2012-01-11T06:54:52Z
    The aim of the research was to identify the role of mother tongue influence in the Afrikaans of Zulu speaking pupils. The research was conducted in the Mehlwesizwe and Hlabisa inspection circuits respectively. The results showed that most deviations which could be ascribed to mother tongue influence ...
  10. "n Kognitiewe benadering tot tydsmarkering in Afrikaans
    Spruyt, Maria Magdalena, 2012-01-11T07:09:48Z
    Engl: = The aim of this dissertation was to give an overview of work done on the grammatical expression of time in Afrikaans, and to show that the Cognitive Rhetoric, as a relatively new field of study, offers analytical tools that can account for problems being encountered with time expression whic ...