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The role of traditional healers in the fight against HIV/AIDS : the case study of Tembisa Township, South Africa.
South Africa has a high HIV/AIDS prevalence. Due to the unavailability of antiretroviral drugs and South African’s trust in traditional healers for health problems, traditional healers are involved in treating HIV/AIDS. ...
A fragile and unsustained miracle : analysing the development potential of Zimbabwe's resettlement schemes, 1980-2000.
Black fanners' contribution and percentage share of the marketed agricultural produce (especially maize and cotton) increased dramatically following Zimbabwe's independence, especially between 1982 and 1987. Almost ...
Covenanted peoples : the Ulster Unionist and Afrikaner Nationalist coalitions in growth, maturity and decay.
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An application of Rosenau's systemic approach to African migration into South Africa from 1994 to May 2008.
With the end of Apartheid, the South African regime completely changed. This had implications for African migration into the country. The migration situation became a concern with the appearance of what has been referred ...
Assessing the role and capability of the peace and security council of the African Union in bringing about peace in Africa : a case study of Burundi and Sudan.
This thesis examines the Peace and Security Council (PSC) of the African Union (AU) in light of the continental challenges of peace and security. It explores the prospects for the success of the PSC in its endeavours. The ...
Between Afro-centrism and citizen diplomacy, the dilemma of Nigeria's conflict resolution mechanism in Africa : lessons from Liberia.
Given the destabilizing effect which conflicts have had on Africa's socio-economic and political development, attempts have been (and are still being) made by a combination of state and non-state actors towards ensuring ...
Hegemonic order and regional stability in Sub-Saharan Africa : a comparative study of Nigeria and South Africa.
Barely twenty years after the end of the Cold War, the international political system has experienced an unanticipated shift from a United States (US) led unipolar global order to a new order marked by its fresh wave of ...
Feminising the peace process : a comparative analysis of women and conflict in the Niger-delta (Nigeria) and KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa)
This study starts with the premise that the paucity of women in political leadership positions in society accounts for their absence from the formal peace table. Indeed, as many studies have shown, women are globally ...
The effectiveness of re-integration of female ex-combatants : Rwanda as a case study.
The disarmament, demobilization, reintegration and reinsertion of ex-combatants generally and female ex-combatants specifically constitute one of the most fundamental activities in the 1994 post-genocide and war period in ...