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Commodification of tertiary institutions : a study of the University of Natal's corporate advertising campaign.
Following the global 'capitalisation' of public institutions, academic institutions have embarked continuously on a drive towards 'marketisation' and commodification of their services. Tertiary institutions are utilising ...
Radio Lesotho in a changing broadcasting environment.
The Kingdom of Lesotho undertook a number of liberalisation initiatives in broadcasting in the late 1990s. These include several attempts to formulate the media policy document as well as the opening of the airwaves for ...
The role and governance of community radio stations in Zambia : the case of Radio Icengelo.
Like many African countries in the 1990s, Zambia experienced drastic political, social and economic changes. In response to these changes, Zambia embarked on a market driven economy that has seen the privatisation of most ...
Muslim identity and gated community development in Durban.
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An investigation into the presentation of diverse sources in television news broadcasts : an analysis of Lesotho Television (LTV) news bulletins.
The aim of the study is to investigate the presentation of diverse sources of news in Lesotho Television (LTV) news bulletins. The sources of news in this case study are divided into two categories namely the 'knowns' ...
A reception analysis of Soul city beyond South Africa : the case of Choose Life in Lesotho.
This thesis examines the reception of material developed by Soul City: Institute for Health and Development in South Africa and distributed in four Sub-Saharan countries: Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland and Namibia. Soul City ...
Lost in interpretation? : creating meaning from LoveLife's "HIV: face it" billboards.
This research presents a reception analysis of LoveLife's 'HIV: face it' billboards by youth aged 12 - 17 years old, LoveLife's target audience for the campaign under scrutiny. The study sought to find out whether the ...
Black and white in ink : discourses of resistance in South African cartooning, 1985-1994.
In the last decade of apartheid (1985-1994), South African cartoonists demonstrated a range of responses to the political imperatives of the day. While some worked in support of the status quo, the cartoonists who are the ...
Women reading the Gariep River, Upington : structured inclusion.
This research project focuses on the application of a structured inclusive approach to the use of ethnography for the interpretation of rock art. The geographical research location is the Upington area north of the ...
Dissident president? : Thabo Mbeki, critical discourse analysis and the struggle to define HIV and AIDS in South Africa, 1998-2003.
This dissertation is an examination of presidential communication, focusing primarily on how Mbeki promoted a fringe group of researchers (the Virodene researchers) and a discredited scientific position (the AIDS dissidents). ...