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  1. The determinants of participation in microfinance and its impact on rural welfare: case study of the National Development Bank Botswana"s Temo Bokamoso Lending programme in Kweneng District
    Bayen Bayen, Edmund, 2018-11-02T09:31:40Z, University of Cape Town
    This thesis investigates the determinants of participation in microfinance programmes and its impact on rural welfare in order to suggest improvements to the level of participation and the effectiveness of the programmes. The level of participation by rural smallholders in Botswana is much lower tha ...
  2. Promoting regional trade in the SADC region: identifying opportunities for manufactured exports from South Africa to Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe
    Moodliar, Loshini, 2018-11-02T09:31:39Z, University of Cape Town
    The purpose of this study is to, firstly, identify opportunities for manufactured exports from South Africa to its five largest trading partners in the SADC region, namely Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Secondly, the study investigates the challenges facing South African firms i ...
  3. A critical assessment of the South African bond market
    Sze, Winnie W Y, 2018-11-02T09:31:38Z, University of Cape Town
    This paper looks at the experience of South Africa in the development of its local‐currency, so‐called domestic, bond market. Whilst South Africa had the deepest financial market in Sub‐Saharan Africa it also had one of the shallowest domestic bond markets, until 2009. This changed with the rapid bo ...
  4. Using project bonds to fund South Africa"s infrastructure development
    Sithole, Londa Leon Zinhle, 2018-11-02T09:31:37Z, University of Cape Town
    The growing use of project bonds in funding infrastructure globally deserves attention. Although primarily dominated by the developed markets, emerging markets such as Latin America and Asia have also been successful in using project bonds to finance their infrastructure projects. The project bond m ...
  5. Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Cape Town and Karoo, 1870-1920 : policy and attitudes
    Zangel, Valerie Anne, 2018-10-31T09:52:31Z
    This thesis focuses on the attitudes and policies which shaped the history of pulmonary tuberculosis in the Cape from 1870 to 1920 and culminated in the passing of the Public Health Act, Act 36 of 1919. It was this act which formed the basis of public health legislation in South Africa until the 197 ...
  6. Experiencing domestic violence as a child : young adults’ recollections and suggestions for social work services
    Warnick, Danelia Verna, 2018-10-31T08:58:44Z
    This study sought to explore and describe the recollections of young adults who were exposed to domestic violence within the family structure during childhood, so as to develop an understanding of the systems and structures needed to develop effective services to child victims of domestic violence. ...
  7. The impact of e-technology on law of civil procedure in South Africa
    Mabeka, Nombulelo Queen, 2018-10-31T08:46:40Z
    The law of civil procedure is an important branch of South African law as it resolves individual civil disputes through a regulated judicial system. Mandatory statutes and rules regulate the processes when bringing disputes to court. For example, the Superior Courts Act 10 of 2013, regulates the sup ...
  8. Parenting style and first year students’ adjustment at university : mediation via trait emotional intelligence in higher education institutions– a dimensional and typological approach
    Tarekegn, Desalegn Fenta, 2018-10-31T08:11:15Z
    The primary purpose of this study was to examine the potential mediating effect of TEI on the relationship between parenting style/dimension and first year students’ university adjustment in higher education institutions of Ethiopia. The study sought to test a model where parental responsiveness, pa ...
  9. A micro level model for assessing community development towards improved wellbeing
    Hart, Cornelia Susanna, 2018-10-31T07:40:24Z
    Developments since the 20th century indicate that the wellbeing of communities makes for healthy national welfare in strong countries. Community wellbeing is thus a priority for policy makers and service providers. Conceptualization of a meaningful, holistic multidimensional measurement of commun ...
  10. Barriers to utilization of antenatal care services among pregnant women in Omaheke region, Namibia
    Iiyambo, Norbert, 2018-10-31T05:54:42Z
    The purpose of the study is to determine the barriers to utilisation of antenatal care services among pregnant women in Omaheke Region - Namibia. A quantitative, cross-sectional descriptive research was followed, and a structured questionnaire was used to obtain information from study participants. ...