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Sexual violence as a violation of sexual and reproductive health rights : a case study of South African and Nigerian law on sexual violence against women. (2016)The right to sexual and reproductive health is a right which finds footing in other rights including that of the right to life and survival, which is necessary for the fulfilment of other human rights such as the right ...
Exploring the use of the ibox when teaching mathematics in selected KwaZulu-Natal secondary schools. (2016)Globally the use of technology is changing the face of the classroom. However, in South Africa, with the large numbers of schools with poor infrastructure, the technology that can be used in most schools is limited. In a ...
A critical analysis of the fiduciary duties of directors and evaluation of the development of these duties in terms of the common law and statutory law. (2017)Corporate law is based on the premise that directors are fiduciaries of their companies. This is an unbending duty which has to be adhered to at all cost by individuals appointed as directors of a company. Previously the ...
Balancing the role of student and motherhood : the experience of students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. (2016)The conceptualisation of a mother’s role is often accompanied by various ideas about how and what should be done. Therefore, paying attention to the subjective experiences of this role in various contexts is of great ...