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  1. An exploratory study on the planning and design of a future e-voting system for South Africa.
    Masuku, Wiseman Khethokwakhe, 2006
    This study focuses on the future role and nature of an e-voting system for a future electoral system in South Africa. The study is of the view that rapid technological advancement and opportunities may contribute to efficient and effective e-voting systems. The study will investigate the internation ...
  2. Learners̢۪ motivations for preferred contexts in mathematical literacy .
    Hendricks, Charlton, 2006
    The National Curriculum Statement introduced mathematical literacy officially in 2006. Learners in general perform poorly at mathematics in South Africa but there is strong belief that learners should graduate from schools sufficiently literate to deal with the mathematical issues they will encounte ...
  3. An evaluation of the role of the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC) Botswana.
    Matlhare, Boitshoko, 2006
    In this research report, I evaluate the role of the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime (DCEC) which was established by the Government of Botswana in 1994 to play a major role in the fight against corruption and economic crime in the country. I establish what led to the formation of the DCE ...
  4. The quest for a multilateral agreement on investment (MAI): relevance and effects on developing African countries.
    Grace, Okhomina Esohe, 2005
    Foreign Direct investment (FDI) has been recognized as a vital source of development for African countries, which are mainly capital importing countries. This has led to a quest for effective regulation of the activities of foreign investors in a country while considering the profit making goals of ...
  5. The role of traditional healers in oral health care in Kwa-Zulu Natal.
    Puranwasi, Randhir, 2005
    A qualitative study was carried out to assess the role of traditional healers in oral health care in Kwa-Zulu Natal province, South Africa. The aim and objectives of the study were to assess the oral care knowledge and practices among traditional healers, to determine the extent to which traditional ...
  6. Towards a tenure system for sustainable natural resource management for the communal and commonage land of the Leliefontein rural area, Namaqualand.
    Smit, David, 2005
    The aim of this research is firstly, to determine the impact of the current practiced tenure system in the Leliefontein Rural Area on the use of the natural resources and secondly, to devise and establish the most appropriate tenure system that will ensure the sustainable natural resource management ...
  7. Foreign training of academic staff and capacity building in higher education institutions in Rwanda.
    Kayitankore, Bernard Narcisse, 2006
    During the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, not only physical assets were eroded but more importantly, human capital were destroyed and left the country living hardly on qualified personnel at almost all levels of the economy to play a meaningful development role. While capacity building is needed in many s ...
  8. The importance of STI treatment in HIV prevention: knowledge and behaviours of secondary school students in Tsumeb, Namibia.
    Matengu, Barbara, 2005
    Curricula should be strengthened by teaching the curability of STIs and the importance of STI treatment to prevent HIV transmission. This study focused on the control of sexually transmitted infections as a key HIV prevention strategy. Sexually transmitted infections act as a strong cofactor in the ...
  9. The political economy of food aid: a case of Zimbabwe.
    Munyanyi, Rachael Mationesa, 2005
    The food security crisis which gripped the sub Sahara Africa after the drought in 1999/2000 threatened development initiatives in these countries. Zimbabwe&rsquo ...