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Shattering the glass ceiling : a critical feminist investigation of the ethical challenges faced by African women in Black economic empowerment (BEE)
This thesis offers a critical gendered analysis of Black Economic Empowerment (BEE): a programme which was begun when the ANC government came unto power in 1994, to correct the economic imbalances instituted by the Apartheid ...
The KwaZulu-Natal Christian Council (KZNCC)'s work with men on HIV and AIDS : a critical analysis.
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A church and culture exploration of the Ga-Marishane village rite of initiation in contestation with the Anglican initiation rite of baptism of adults : a manche masemola case study.
This study has engaged in a critical exploration of the relationship between the Church and Culture in Ga-Marishane village in Limpopo. A Case Study of the Anglican martyr Manche Masemola of Sekhukhune has been used to ...
The characterisation of Judah in Joseph narrative : Genesis 37:1-47:27.
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A critical study of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church's (EOTC) HIV and AIDS prevention and control strategy : a gendered analysis.
This research study is a qualitative appraisal of the HIV and AIDS Prevention and Control Strategy of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church (EOTC). It critically analyses the strategy in order to ascertain its gender ...
Pula! the United Congregational Church of Southern Africa and the water crisis in Botswana.
This thesis provides a theological reflection on the water crisis situation in Botswana. In order to do this, the study adopts the threefold method of liberation theology being; socio-analytical mediation, hermeneutical ...
God's image or man's glory? : a Kenyan postcolonial feminist reading of 1 Corinthians 11:1-16.
This study uses a postcolonial feminist analysis to show how a biblical text (1 Cor 11:1-16), because of its patriarchal and imperial background, excludes women from the image of God. It demonstrates how this text has ...
A search for life-giving marriage : the Imbusa initiation rite as a space for constructing wellbeing among married Bemba women of Zambia.
This empirical study analyses whether and how the Imbusa initiation rite is used to construct ‘subordinate femininities’ among married Bemba women of Zambia. Imbusa initiation rite is very significant for Bemba and Zambian ...
A critical analysis of the interpretation of the doctrine of justification by faith alone by the Lutheran Church of Christ in Nigeria, Gongola Diocese.
This study examined the issues of the interpretation, transmission and appropriation of the doctrine of justification by faith alone within the context of the Lutheran Church in Nigeria, Gongola Diocese. Using contextualization ...