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  1. Dikanegelo tsa bafsa tsa Sepedi
    Kekana, Mmantu Idah, 2016-06-27T12:17:32Z, University of Pretoria
    There is a dearth of reading-material in Sepedi for children and youths because the written and reading language in Sepedi is relatively young. Any written texts for children and youths must therefore be in such a way as to be of interest to them. Madiba was a pioneer in such writing. In view of th ...
  2. The influence of Facebook on marital relationships in Zimbabwe : an explanatory study of Gwabalanda community
    Kodzai, Memory, 2016-06-27T12:17:32Z
    This study explored the perceptions of married individuals in Zimbabwe regarding how social networking, Facebook in particular, influences marital relationships. The specific objective was the exploration of the major reasons for Facebook usage among married individuals with the intended aim of esta ...
  3. Mediation for sustainable peace : the Trilateral Agreement of 1988 between the Republic of South Africa the People"s Republic of Angola and the Republic of Cuba for Namibian independence
    Kotze, Camilla, 2016-06-27T12:17:32Z
    Namibian independence was the result of more than a decade of mediation. It began with a multiparty mediation effort in 1978 that resulted in a peace agreement between South Africa and SWAPO, yet there was no cessation of hostilities and no implementation of the signed agreement. This was followed b ...
  4. Non-clinical service practice standards in South African Social Work and Criminology
    Kubheka, Dumisani, 2016-06-27T12:17:33Z
    This study entitled Non-clinical service practice standards in South African Employee Assistance Programmes was conducted by Moses Dumisani Kubheka following a discussion between the study leader Prof. Terblanche and the MSW class of 2012. It was however, discovered that EAPA-SA Standards document ...
  5. Management of spoiler behaviour in the Mozambican mediation process (1990-1994)
    Kumwenda, Tamanda, 2016-06-27T12:17:33Z
    Many ceasefires have failed to reach a durable settlement as a result of spoiling by parties who perceive the emerging peace as a threat to their interests. Creating long-lasting peace after a prolonged armed conflict is a complex process because durable settlements often depend on sustained third-p ...
  6. The effectiveness of the Personal Financial Management Programme on the well-being of employees in the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform in the Pietermaritzburg region
    Kwela, Happy Angel, 2016-06-27T12:17:34Z
    Financial management as a programme generally refers to a set of behaviours in the areas of cash management, credit management, financial planning, investments, insurance and retirement and estate planning (Dowling, Corney & Hoiles, 2009: 5). BancVue (2010) adds by describing a personal financial ma ...
  7. Implementation standards : practices in South African Social Work and Criminology benchmarked against EAPA-SA standards
    Lefakane, Andiswa Petunia, 2016-06-27T12:17:34Z
    The EAPA-SA Standards document had been formulated by The Standards Committee of EAPA-SA for the first time in 1999. Two revised editions have been developed since. Even though the concept of standards originated in the USA, South Africa was one of the first countries to follow suit in creating a fo ...
  8. Challenges experienced by pregnant adolescent learners in a school setting in Limpopo province
    Lekalakala, Nakedi Elisa, 2016-06-27T12:17:35Z
    Teenage pregnancy is a concern in the schools, both in the international and national arena. This social problem is confirmed by previous research studies conducted by the South African Department of Education in 2012. Therefore a qualitative research approach was appropriate to determine the ch ...
  9. Strengthening executive leadership in the African Union (AU) : challenges and opportunities
    Lembede, Mduduzi Dennis, 2016-06-27T12:17:35Z
    This paper explores the dynamics surrounding the executive leadership of the African Union (AU) with a specific focus on the role of the African Union Commission (AUC) and its Chairperson. It addresses the challenges and opportunities the leadership of the Commission are faced with. Among other thin ...
  10. Mine workers" experiences related to substance abuse in a "zero tolerance" policy context
    Barnabas, Thembi Sylvia, 2016-06-27T12:17:35Z
    High prevalence of substance use is reported among mine workers. This contributes to accidents, injuries as well as fatalities which has enormous effect on both the employers and workers. For that reason, the mining industry is regulated by the government with acts, policies and guidelines related t ...