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  1. A comparative legal analysis of the effects of divorce on marital property
    Makola, Thulelo Mmakola, 2018-09-14T09:11:49Z
    The movement of people from county to country brought about an increase in international marriages. However, South African private international law rules with regard to the proprietary consequences of marriage are not on par with their foreign counterparts. The prejudicial rule which governs propri ...
  2. A relational study of police expenditure and crime: a case study in Tigray Regional State
    Zeamanuel Legesse Habtemariam, 2018-09-14T11:50:50Z
    Police expenditure has a direct effect on the efforts of the police to prevent and investigate crime. It also contributes a lot to run various programs used to enhance public awareness of crime to affect the national development of the country. This doctoral study aims at investigating the relations ...
  3. A strategic decision-making model for optimal alignment of 3PL providers with SASOLs outbound supply chain
    Rabie, Dewaldt Johannes, 2018-09-13T04:52:09Z
    Abstract in English, Afrikaans and Sesotho ...
  4. A study of trends of consumer credit with a focus on the increase in unsecured lending in South Africa
    Francis, Zharina, 2018-09-13T05:01:43Z
    The objective of this research is to investigate the existence of structural changes in unsecured lending time series data and analyse the impact thereof on trends in consumer demand for unsecured credit spanning the years from 2008 to 2015. This is achieved by identifying dates when structural chan ...
  5. Food safety knowledge and attitudes of food handlers in hospitals in the Capricorn District Municipality in Limpopo Province, South Africa
    Teffo, Lesiba Augustine, 2018-09-13T05:09:47Z
    The purpose of this research was to investigate the level of food safety knowledge, attitudes and food handling practices of employees in hospitals in the Capricorn District Municipality (CDM), Limpopo Province, South Africa. Purposeful sampling was followed to sample 210 respondents from nine ho ...
  6. Factors supporting the learning of retail banking information and communication technology systems : a western Kenyan region perspective
    Okong"o, Brender Adhiambo, 2018-09-13T06:06:49Z
    This study identified and empirically investigated individual employee, organisational and information and communication technology (ICT) systems factors to determine the extent to which these factors support employees’ learning of the adopted retail banking ICT systems before undergoing training. Q ...
  7. The development and implementation of an effective mentoring programme to improve job satisfaction among beginner teachers at primary schools in the Mpumalanga Province of South Africa
    Hugo, Jean-Pierre, 2018-09-13T13:26:11Z
    Teachers leaving the profession is an ongoing problem; fewer teachers enter the profession each year and the number of teachers leaving the profession has increased. Many teachers listed job satisfaction as a reason for leaving the education profession, whilst citing the lack of mentoring as a cause ...
  8. Managing university-industry linkage in government universities of Ethiopia : challenges and opportunities
    Misganu Legesse Bareke, 2018-09-12T08:18:14Z
    This study set-out to examine how university-industry linkage (UIL) is managed in government universities of Ethiopia to contribute to the economic development of the country. Basic questions related to the level of management of UIL, areas of linkage, benefits obtained so far from this partnership, ...
  9. Challenges experienced by Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department on the execution of their crime prevention mandate
    Madihlaba, Kwapeng Elvis, 2018-09-12T08:34:45Z
    This study was conducted in Tshwane at (TMPD). The study involved 164 members from TMPD. The respondents were categorised as supervisory level and operational level. Self-administered questionnaire was used to collect data. The questionnaire had open-ended questions (bringing a qualitative element) ...
  10. The role of Physical Science subject advisors in enhancing the quality of the teaching of Physical Science in the FET phase (grade 10-12)
    Stephen, Magdeline Mmapaseka, 2018-09-12T08:54:25Z
    Poor Physical Science performance in South African schools is due to ineffective Physical Science teaching. Quality Physical Science teaching stems from quality Physical Science subject advisory services. Traditionally interventions to raise teaching standards were done by inspectors who established ...