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Human and non-human flows as a threat to the security of a democratic South Africa.
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The language and culture of the youth in the "Nicaragua" section of Tsakane in Gauteng.
This paper is based on the youth culture and the language in Tsakane which in situated in Gauteng Province. It uncovers the lifestyle of both young females and males in the area mentioned above. It looks at how "Tsotsitaal" ...
The process of empowerment of Blacks in affirmative action programmes.
This research focuses on the experiences of Africans within the management ranks in South African organisations in the private sector. It examines progress (successes and failures) in the implementation of affirmative ...
The role of tribal authorities in a democratic KwaZulu-Natal.
This thesis attempts to define the role of tribal authorities in the structures of the democratic government in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal. However, the major difficulty lies in the nature of the institution ...
Indian women in politics from 1946 to 1963 : a focus on the Transvaal.
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A performance evaluation of the Pietermaritzburg Cluster of Theological Libraries (PCTL) in order to determine whether it meets the demands of its users.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the performance of the Pietermaritzburg Cluster of Theological Libraries, a network of theological libraries in an around Pietermaritzburg. The Pietermaritzburg Cluster of Theological ...
Educating adolescents about AIDS : a policy analysis of AIDS education programmes in KwaZulu-Natal high schools.
This thesis is concerned with an evaluation of AIDS education in KwaZulu-Natal schools. Although HIV and AIDS affect all segments of the population and all age groups, prevention efforts aimed at the youth may be the most ...
The sociological implications of basic educational deficiencies among black adults, and strategies to facilitate the provision of adult education in South Africa.
Statistics suggest that there are approximately 15 million educationally deficient adults in South Africa (Population Census, 1991). Given the widespread extent of educational deficiency among black adults, and the weak ...
White farmers, social institutions and settler masculinity in the Natal Midlands, 1880-1920.
The midlands was the first area occupied and farmed by white settlers. It became the agricultural heartland of colonial Natal. Its farmers became politically and economically powerful. Their success rested on the construction ...
Mobilization, conflict and repression: the United Democratic Front and political struggles in the Pietermaritzburg region, 1983-1991.
In the eight years of its existence, from 1983 to 1991, the United Democratic Front had a major impact on the pace and direction of political struggles in South Africa. The UDF was a loose alliance of organizations, whose ...