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A theological analysis of the impact of unemployment on the youth in Pietermaritzburg, with particular focus on Young Christian Workers (YCW)
Unemployment is a massive and rapidly growing problem in the world as a whole and in South Africa in particular. Its consequences have assumed proportions comparable to those of disasters caused by tornados and hurricanes. ...
Provoking the Rocks: A Study of Reality and Meaning on the Zambian Copperbelt.
(University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, 2007)
Even though the West, or Global North, initiates extensive development policymaking and project activity on the African continent, this study argues that one source of major frustration between different parties entrusted ...
Widowhood rituals, African Lutherans and HIV prevention : a gendered study of the experiences of widows in the Kamwala Evangelical Lutheran Church in Zambia.
African widows experience physical, emotional and spiritual traumas induced by cultural/psycho-social factors, which are further exacerbated by environmental and socioeconomic determinants. These circumstances make both ...
The stigmatisation of Black South African women around HIV and AIDS with special reference to the Machibisa and Esibusisweni Lutheran congregations (1996-2005)
HIV and AIDS have historically been associated with homosexuality and promiscuity (especially among blacks), evoking blame and stigma. The implication of sex in the spread of HIV and AIDS complicates matters as traditional ...
The history and spirituality of the lay Dominicans in South Africa from 1926-1994.
The lay Dominicans in South Africa, originally known as the Third Order of the St. Dominic, consist of lay associates of the Friars of the Order of Preachers (or the Dominican Order). St. Dominic founded the Order of ...