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  1. Integration of indigenous knowledge systems in the curriculum for basic education : possible experiences of Canada
    Moichela, Keikantsemang Ziphora, 2018-11-30T12:18:05Z
    This study is a meta-analysis of the transformation of the curriculum for basic education in South Africa. The integration of indigenous knowledge systems (IKSs) in the curriculum is one of the reconciliatory practices adopted in an effort to deal with the rights of indigenous people globally. The s ...
  2. The effectiveness of internal control activities to combat occupational fraud risk in fast-moving consumer goods small, medium and micro enterprises (SMME’s) in the Cape Metropole
    Petersen, Ashwin, 2018-11-30T06:38:47Z, Cape Peninsula University of Technology
    Thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree Master of Technology: Internal Auditing in the Faculty of Business and Management Sciences at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology ...
  3. An exploration on the criminal capacity of child offenders with psychiatric disorders
    Geoffrey, Leandre Christina, 2018-11-29T06:30:16Z
    The aim of this explorative study is to establish if psychiatric disorders influence the criminal capacity of child offenders. A qualitative approach was adopted in the study to develop an in-depth understanding of the issues pertaining to criminal capacity assessments for child offenders with psych ...
  4. Water management in the wildlife lodge industry: a multiple case study in South Africa, Namibia and Botswana
    Grobler, Jacobus Johannes, 2018-11-29T07:28:38Z
    Water is life, and without it nothing can survive. All plants and animals need water to survive, whether it is fresh or salty. Climate change and pollution contribute greatly to the decline of freshwater supply and quality (National Geographic, 2015). According to the United Nations, 10% of the glob ...
  5. A comparative study of the effects of liquidation or business rescue proceedings on the rights of the employees of a company
    Joubert, Engela Petronella, 2018-11-29T09:12:40Z
    Whenever legal disciplines overlap interesting scenarios occur and differences in opinions create intellectual tension. One such interesting scenario occurs when employees’ rights are affected during a company’s liquidation or business rescue. The employees of a company are normally the last persons ...
  6. Tuberculosis awareness created through Facebook: a case study approach of TB Proof South Africa’s Facebook page
    Asongu, Ndemaze, 2018-11-29T09:36:14Z
    Text in English with Abstracts in English and Afrikaans ...
  7. A critical appraisal of the legal implications of South Africa’s withdrawal from the ICC in the context of its international and regional human rights obligations
    Suckling, Brian Charles, 2018-11-29T12:59:50Z
    This study involves a critical appraisal of the legal implications of South Africa’s withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the context of its international and regional human rights obligations. The dissertation also investigates the history and formation of the ICC, South Afric ...
  8. Grade 12 life science: a factor in the academic achievement in biological and natural science in basic nursing
    Ndwambi, Onica Mankebe, 2018-11-28T09:09:20Z
    The funding regimens of Higher education institutions (HEIs) present a challenge to every institution. It is expected that students who are selected to register for degrees or diplomas must be successful and obtain their qualifications in the minimum time required to ensure optimum subsidy for the i ...
  9. Investigating the role of translators in cross-language qualitative research in psychology
    de Vos, Jacqueline, 2018-11-28T09:23:02Z
    Text in English with abstracts in English, Afrikaans and Tswana. ...
  10. A qualitative inquiry into the experience of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersexed students in accessing healthcare in a contact higher education institution
    Kleinhans, Atholl Valdon, 2018-11-28T09:32:56Z
    South African institutions of higher learning remain unfriendly and hostile environments for queer students who reportedly continue to experience homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in these spaces. This qualitative enquiry explored the experiences of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Inters ...