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HIV/AIDS risk among international migrants working in the South African informal economy : case studies of Nigerian men.
In recent years, South Africa has attracted migrants from other African countries, many of whom find work in the informal sector of the economy. At the same time, African migrants elsewhere in Europe and the US have been ...
A comparative study on the impact of three academic development programmes at the University of Durban-Westville.
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An investigation into the social identity of the South African deaf community : implications for the education of deaf learners.
All Deaf people in South Africa belong to the Deaf Community of South Africa. Within this Deaf Community there is a separate, minority language and cultural group which accepts Sign language, as its first and natural ...
How HIV/AIDS education is fostered in the intermediate phase in a school.
Intermediate Phase learners represent our "window of opportunity" since children in the middle childhood years are in the process of acquiring knowledge and forming attitudes and beliefs which will have long-term ...
A history of native education in Natal between 1835 and 1927.
This account of Native Education in Natal has been written to make available for the first time a mass of valuable information, which will, it is hoped, prove useful to Government Officials and leading Missionaries. For ...
A study of bruchid resistance and its inheritance in Malawian dry bean germplasm.
Dry bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) is economically and nutritionally an important legume, not only in Malawi, but in many parts of Africa and Latin America. Unfortunately, two bruchid species (Acanthoscelides obtectus Say, ...
Exploring orientation speeches of school principals : inspirational invitations to student teachers.
The purpose of this study was to gain a deeper understanding of the messages conveyed by principals in one context, that of well resourced schools. The contents of the messages and how these messages are influenced by ...
Responses of maize (Zea mays L.) landraces to water stress compared with commercial hybrids.
Local maize landraces have evolved over hundreds of years of natural and farmer selection under varying conditions. These landraces may have developed tolerance to abiotic stresses such as water deficits during this cycle ...
The implications of emerging policy discourses in South Africa : a case study of the KwaZulu Natal Land Reform Pilot Programme.
This study is an exploration of the discourses which ha emerged in the KwaZulu Natal Land Reform Pilot Programme. It aims to identify the implications of these discourses for addressing poverty and inequality and for ...
An evaluation of postgraduate social science students' knowledge of conducting research responsibility in a South African university.
Conducting research responsibly is an essential part of ethical research (Steneck & Bulger, 2007). When research is not conducted responsibly, the result is often research misconduct, which may cause harm to research ...