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  1. Ensuring the quality of doctoral student support services in open distance learning
    Tsige Gebremeskel Aberra, 2017-03-16T09:00:09Z
    This study focuses on student support service quality with particular reference to an Open Distance Learning (ODL) environment. Taking student support services as anchors in mainstreaming ODL, the aims of the study are to develop an instrument that can accurately measure student support service qual ...
  2. Agro-ecological zone based farm planning at Thaba Ya Batho small agricultural holdings: planning and production perspectives
    Mabasa, Mickel Patrick, 2017-03-16T09:17:48Z
    This study assesses agricultural planning and production perspective on smallholder farms of Boschplaats 91 JR using an integration of a geographic information system (GIS) and remote sensing (RS). The main objective was to evaluate the use of agro-ecological zoning (AEZ) in planning and its role in ...
  3. Leadership strategies employed by secondary school management teams in managing teamwork in Tshwane North District schools
    Phalane, Margareth Mokgohlwe, 2017-03-16T09:32:04Z
    The study focused on the leadership strategies employed by secondary school management team (SMT) in managing teamwork in Tshwane North District schools. Apart from a literature review, the objective of this study was to explore leadership strategies employed by SMT in managing teamwork, and how it ...
  4. Relationship between personality traits, psychological capital and job performance among sales employees within an information, communication and technology sector
    Naidoo, Ramona, 2017-03-16T10:19:12Z
    This research explores the relationship between personality traits, Psychological Capital and job performance amongst sales employees within an Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) sector in South Africa. The study was conducted through quantitative research. The study used the Basic T ...
  5. An analysis of Zimbabwean teachers" interpretation of the advanced level physics curriculum : implications for practice
    Munikwa, Simbarashe, 2017-03-16T10:22:36Z
    The purpose of this study was to explore the Zimbabwean physics teachers’ interpretation of the Advanced Level Physics curriculum. The study was motivated by the teachers’ lacklustre approach to adopting new practices and the poor alignment of their understanding with the practice envisaged by devel ...
  6. Analysis of smallholder farmers" perceptions of climate change and adaptation strategies to climate change : the case of Western Amhara Region, Ethiopia
    Weldlul, Ayalew Lemma, 2017-03-16T11:00:44Z
    Ethiopia is an agrarian country dominated by subsistence farming which is highly vulnerable to climate change. This study was therefore carried out to assess smallholder farmers’ perceptions of climate change and adaptation strategies followed to prevent vulnerability to climate change in the Medium ...
  7. Career advancement challenges facing people with disabilities in South Africa
    Ximba, Themba Mdumiseni, 2017-03-16T12:24:51Z
    The objective of this study was to assess the perceptions of individuals with disabilities regarding the career advancement challenges they face and to determine whether the perceptions of career advancement challenges disabled individuals from different races, ages, genders and occupational levels ...
  8. A comprehensive measure of business performance : a study of the commercial banking industry in Ethiopia
    Assefa Worede Tesfay, 2017-03-16T12:30:47Z
    The purpose of the study was to identify a comprehensive measure of performance by assessing the relationship between employee satisfaction and customer satisfaction on the profitability of the commercial banking industry in Ethiopia. The study adopted unidimensional path models, multivariate approa ...
  9. Constraints and success factors in the implementation of the performance management system for the Namibian public service
    Nelongo, Jafet, 2017-03-16T12:40:49Z
    This study investigates the constraints and success factors in the implementation of the third performance management system (PMS) for the Namibian public service from 2006 to 2014. It was purported to be implemented in 2006. However, various government publications reported that its implementati ...
  10. Benefit segmentation framework for positioning Mpumalanga as a tourist destination
    Nduna, Lesedi Tomana, 2017-03-16T12:58:05Z
    Tourism is one of the key industries that drive the global economy, playing a key role in regional development. However, constant change, trends and tourist behaviour compel drive destinations to keep track of these changes in order to grow tourism and stimulate economic growth. Mpumalanga is one ...