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  1. An analysis of the effectiveness of microfinance: A case study in the Western Cape.
    Sheraton, Marcia, 2004
    The aim of this study is to determine the extent to which the UN/OSCAL (United Nations Office of the Special Coordinator for Africa and the Least Development Countries) model of microfinance is being applied in the South African context, its scope for application and recommendations for implementati ...
  2. Federalism as a peacemaking device in Sudan"s interim national constitution.
    Ouma, Steve Odero, 2005
    The focus of this study was on the Interim Constitution adopted on 9 July 2005 by Sudan. The significance of the federal principle both as a peacemaking device and a tool of democratisation was considered. The objective of the study was to provide an informed and well-researched estimation of the po ...
  3. An examination of the extent to which South Africa is meeting its legal obligations with regard to the protection of undocumented foreign migrant children.
    Van der Burg, Anthea, 2005
    This thesis examined the extent to which South Africa has domesticated the international provisions protecting foreign migrant children. The thesis further investigated procedural gaps and makes recommendations in respect of law and procedure to ensure the adequate protection of the rights of undocu ...
  4. Radiographic profile of symptomatic impacted mandibular third molars in the Western Cape, South Africa.
    Qirreish, Emad Eddin Yacob Juma, 2005
    It is common practice to remove impacted mandibular third molars due to pathology associated with these impactions. Alternatively, impactions can be treated conservatively through a closely guarded follow-up regiment. However, many symptoms associated with impacted third molars may be prevented by e ...
  5. Exploring how adolescent boys negotiate regulatory conceptions of masculinity.
    Fouten, Elron S, 2006
    Many researchers have highlighted the way in which certain masculinities are facilitative of unsafe sexual practices as well as violence in intimate realtionships. This present study is located in a broader study that examined masculinities and risk taking behaviours in the context of HIV/AIDS. With ...
  6. The palaces of memory: a reconstruction of District One, Cape Town, before and after the Group Areas Act.
    Weeder, Michael Ian, 2006
    The origins and growth of this world city[Cape Town] parallels that of my family and the myriad of others who constituted its formative population. Its stories of conquest and domination, the pursuit of gain and love found - the ebb and flow of human need and triumph are contained in the life experi ...
  7. Exploring adolescents perceptions of the impact of information and communication technologies on parent-adolescent relationships.
    Odendaal, Willem Adriaan, 2004
    This study aimed to explore adolescents perceptions of how their use of information and communication technologies may impact on the quality of the parent-adolescent relationship. Obtaining information from adolescents on how they experience their parents interaction with them when they engage with ...
  8. The knowledge, skills and attributes of facilitators of psychotherapeutic groups for children.
    Olckers, Patonia Geraldine, 2005
    Because children have different needs and function differently from adults, special training for leaders of children"s groups is required. Child group psychotherapy is a unique treatment modality and it requires specific facilitation skills. The primary objective of child group psychotherapy is to i ...
  9. The utilization of a partnership to provide quality education to a historically disadvantaged primary school in the Western Cape.
    Salie, Nazli, 2005
    Eleven years into the South African democracy there are still huge challenges facing South African public schools, especially with regard to the notions of equity and redress. Increasingly historically advantaged and disadvantaged South African schools are entering into partnerships in an attempts t ...
  10. Human rights and the WTO: Incorporation or cooperation? Is there a need for an agreement on trade-related aspects of human rights?
    Senona, Joseph M, 2005
    The main objective of this paper was to explore and evaluate the viability of incorporating the promotion, enforcement and protection of human rights within the WTO agenda, mandate and framework. It further aimed to investigate the viability of accelerating multilateral cooperation amongst internati ...