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  1. Women in management : a comparative study of the public (education) and private (banking) sectors in Durban.
    Bob, Roshini., 2010-10-27T12:09:39Z
    This study utilises a multi-conceptual framework to critically and comparatively examine central issues and concerns relating to women in management generally and more specifically in the public and private sectors. The case studies of the banking and education sectors in the Durban area form the fo ...
  2. Women in management : barriers to accessing senior positions in the uMgungudlovu region of the Department of Education.
    Rajuili, Eunice Nonkululeko., 2010-09-17T11:22:54Z
    The research interest is in the area of leadership and gender, with specific reference to promotion prospects of female educators in predominantly black schools. I seek to establish internal and external factors that contribute to women educators being marginalised. The investigation is carried out ...
  3. Women in management : perceptions of eight women in the Kwazulu-Natal department of education.
    Nair, Charmaine Magdalene., 2011-09-27T10:16:13Z
    In South Africa, one site where women in management are most underrepresented is educational management Equal opportunity for women as a political objective is entrenched in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa. A gendered shift in educational management is an emerging phenomenon in the ...
  4. Women in management positions in Maseru high schools
    Shale, Nthabiseng Lydia, 2014-04-07T08:23:24Z
    This study aimed at investigating perceptions about women in management positions in the L esotho schooling system in Maseru. The perceptions o f three categories o f people were investigated: wom en in positions o f management, their female subordinates and their male subordinates. The perceptio ...
  5. Women in mining : a conceptual framework for gender issues in the South African mining sector / Dorothea Botha
    Botha, Dorothea, 2014-11-06T09:13:46Z
    The Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act (28 of 2002) (MPRDA) and the accompanied Broad-based Socio-economic Empowerment Charter aimed to rectify previous inequalities and disadvantages in the mining sector and specifically provide for the inclusion of women in core mining activities. Acc ...
  6. Women in mining: a challenge to occupational culture in mines.
    Benya, Asanda P., 2009-09-04T09:16:13Z
    This study explores how women cope in response to the masculine occupational culture and physical demands of underground work in South African mines. The involvement of women underground in South African mines is a relatively new phenomenon. Increased numbers of women underground miners is the resul ...
  7. Women in mining: overcoming the challenge of occupational culture at the mines
    Scheepers, Antoinette, 2014-10-13T07:38:12Z, Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University
    This research report explores the actions taken by mining companies, with specific focus on Kumba Iron Ore, to overcome the challenges in creating an organisational culture that accommodates women in core positions in the mines. Although more and more women are employed by mining companies worldwid ...
  8. Women in organisational management in Zimbabwe theory and practice
    Zikhali, Whitehead, 2010-09-20T10:23:26Z, University of Fort Hare
    The study was premised on the truism that men have historically served in higher echelons of organizational management structures and women are under-represented. The principal objective was to explore the constraints faced by women in accessing higher leadership and senior management positions in p ...
  9. Women in organisational management in Zimbabwe: theory and practice
    Zikhali, Whitehead, 2009, University of Fort Hare
    The study was premised on the truism that men have historically served in higher echelons of organizational management structures and women are under-represented. The principal objective was to explore the constraints faced by women in accessing higher leadership and senior management positions in p ...
  10. Women in peace-building: perspectives of women in Durban.
    Vardhan, Desiree., 2011-11-17T14:17:15Z
    For centuries, women"s opinion on matters of peace building were largely ignored. The importance of women"s participation in peacebuilding cannot be better expressed than in the United Nations Security Council"s Resolution 1325 of 2000. This resolution, which was unanimously adopted by the council, ...