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Can Humanities Social Science faculties (HSF) give utility value (economic) to the South African development state? : a case study of HSF of the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) and the eThekwini region.
This research paper seeks to explore whether the University of KwaZulu-Natal (U.K.Z.N) Humanities Social Science Faculty (HSF) can provide utility (economic) value to the eThekwini region and the South African developmental ...
HIV/AIDS in prison : the public policy challenge for South Africa.
In South Africa, both the number of people entering prison, and the number of people infected with HIV, are steadily increasing. While reliable statistics are not available on the number of HIV+ prisoners, the characteristics ...
Democratisation and local government transformation in South Africa : a case study of Maluti district, 1995-2005.
Since the dawn of political independence on the African continent, most governments have failed to properly develop systems of local government. In many cases efforts have resulted in mere tokenism, and in most cases failed ...
An analysis of the application of the South African Employment Equity Act (1998) in local government structures : a case study of female managers in the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Department of Economic Development.
Since its emergence as the ruling party in 1994, when South Africa became a democratic country, the African National Congress has legislated and implemented a number of policies that are aimed at redressing the historical ...
Ethnic militias and conflict in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria : the international dimensions (1999-2009)
Since the commencement of the 4th Republic in Nigeria in May 1999, one relatively permanent characterisation of the country’s political landscape has been belligerent ethno-nationalism or ethnic militancy. The activities ...
John Rawls, from the metaphysical "A theory of justice" to the quasi- political "Political liberalism".
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The development of the informal economy as a livelihood strategy amongst resident students at Howard College campus.
The marginalization of black people from the formal economy has led them to the informal economy. This is due to the country’s macroeconomic policies which have made the country’s economy develop unevenly. The uneven ...
The role of trauma support work in peace-building.
Current studies in peace-building suggest that effective peace-building approaches comprise of intervention strategies that value the interconnectedness of trauma and peace-building processes. However current research ...
The United Nations Charter and military interventionism : the case of Iraq, 2003.
The United Nations Charter clearly forbids the use of force by one state against the territorial integrity of another state. The only two exceptions are self-defense or actions authorized by the United Nations Security ...