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  1. Experiences of the University of the Western Cape student nurses who sustain needle-stick injuries during their clinical placement
    Naidoo, Mogasweri, 2010
    In this study a qualitative phenomenological approach was used because the researcher identified it as the most appropriate method to do this study. The population under study was the student nurses studying towards their BCur nursing degree at the SoN at the UWC. A purposive sample consisting of 8 ...
  2. Extant benthic Foraminifera from two bays along the SW coast of South Africa, with a comment about their use as indicators of pollution
    Toefy, Rashieda, 2010
    The results of the multivariate analyses suggest that most of the variation in the composition of the samples was of an intra-sample nature, illustrating large scale patchiness in foraminiferal distribution. There were, however, definite differences between communities around Robben Island and in St ...
  3. The health related quality of life of refugees with disabilities in Zambia
    Davie, Mulenga, 2010
    This study attests to the fact that disability is an issue in conflict-affected populations, in particular refugees. Refugees with disabilities living in Mayukwayukwa refugee camp also have poor HRQOL similar to other studies. Education was the only variable significantly correlated to the psycholog ...
  4. A legal analysis of the appointment of caretakers to act as council in terms of Zimbabwe̢۪s section 80 of the Urban councils Act
    Machingauta, Naison, 2009
    The monitoring and supervision of local government is usually done by central governments. However in some countries like South Africa where there three spheres of government the provincial executive is charged with the supervision of the local sphere of government. In Zimbabwe the monitoring and su ...
  5. Experiences of unaccompanied minors : an exploratory study conducted with refugee children
    Magqibelo, Lungile., 2010
    The main aim of this study was to explore lived experiences of unaccompanied foreign minors in South Africa from a social work perspective. An important goal was to also explore the lack of guidelines on how to assist these young people. This study was conducted in a Children&rsquo ...
  6. The incorporation of competition policy in the New Economic Partnership Agreement and its impact on regional integration in the Central African sub-region (CEMAC)
    Belebema, Michael Nguatem, 2010
    The Central African Monetary and Economic Community, known by its French acronym CEMAC (Communaut&eacute ...
  7. The development and evaluation of a learning styles assessment tool for the South African higher education context
    Mkonto. Patricia Nosisana, 2010
    A literature study focusing on teaching and learning in higher education in South Africa was conducted. Theories relevant to adult learning were also examined. These included behaviourist, cognitive, humanistic and social learning theories which were found to be relevant for the adult learner. The l ...
  8. A critical analysis of decentralization in Zimbabwe: focus on the position and role of a Provincial Governor
    Chigwata, Tinashe Carlton, 2010
    Provincial governors constituted an important part of the decentralization package unveiled in Zimbabwe in 1984 and 1985. The President appoints provincial governors among other duties, to coordinate development planning and implementation at the provincial level. This paper seeks to examine the app ...
  9. Towards establishing the equivalence of the English version of the verbal analogies scale of the Woodcock Munuz Language Survey across English and Xhosa first language speakers
    Ismail, Ghouwa, 2010
    In the majority of the schools in South Africa (SA), learners commence education in English. This English milieu poses a considerable challenge for English second-language speakers. In an attempt to bridge the gap between English as the main medium of instruction and the nine indigenous languages of ...
  10. The socio-economic characteristics and Implications of youth unemployment in Galeshewe Township in the Kimberley area (Northern Cape Province)
    Ndhlovu, Dineo, 2010
    The objective of this study was to investigate some socio-demographic aspects and implications of youth unemployment in Galeshewe Township. The study makes use of descriptive statistics to analyze and interpret data collected from a random survey of 947 young persons aged between 18 and 35 years old ...