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Inner city informal traders as key social agents in governing security : an exploration of policing arrangements in Warwick Triangle.
This dissertation explores the way in which ordinary citizens in Durban take responsibility for security. The study focused on an organisation, Traders Against Crime (TAC) that was formed in 1996 by informal traders in ...
Investigating the effectiveness of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) programmes in schools : a case of Ntuzuma G-section in Durban.
South Africa has a growing number of orphans and other children made vulnerable by the scourge of HIV and AIDS. Like many other countries in Africa and globally, the fight against this pandemic has been ongoing. Not only ...
Fear of crime, social cohesion and home security systems in post-apartheid South Africa : a case study of ward 33, Durban.
This study investigates the causes of fear of crime amongst residents of Ward 33 in KwaZulu-Natal, and the impact of this fear on their behaviour; the relationship between social cohesion and fear of crime; how residents ...