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The impact of small, micro and medium enterprises (SMMESs) on poverty alleviation through employment creation : a case study of the tourism services sector in the township of Umlazi, Durban.
Poverty alleviation through employment creation is the focus of the South African government and other developing economies. The SMME sector has been identified as the leading vehicle for the creation of employment op ...
Investigating the implementation of the expanded public works programme in the Ethekwini Municipality, KZN.
Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) is a cross cutting programme that is implemented by all the spheres of the government including private enterprises. It is a programme which draws a massive number of the unemployed ...
The cultural significance of burial sites among Africans: a case study of Inanda.
Currently, South Africa is faced with the shortage of burial space to cater for the vast number of deaths due to a growing older population, increasing communicable and other noncommunicable diseases. It has been announced ...
Exploring health and variation of work place informality of women working within the informal sector in central Durban.
The informal sector serves as a poverty reduction platform that provides paid employment for those who do not have adequate education and skills to obtain or sustain a “formal” employment or livelihood. Women ...
A critical analysis of self-built housing as a model for peri-urban areas: the case of uMzinyathi, KwaZulu-Natal.
The world is rapidly urbanizing and irrepressibly so. Since the late 1950s, urbanization has had a tremendous effect on developing countries globally, at varying rates of change where some have experienced more rapid ...