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Enhancing disaster risk reduction processes through the nexus of indigenous knowledge and community participation: a case study of uMshwathi Local Municipality.
Indigenous knowledge systems (IKS) are recognised by such global organisations as the United Nations (UN) and the World Bank (WB) and nationally by governments including South Africa. However, African indigenous knowledge ...
Management of cultural diversity for performance enhancement: a case study in eThekwini municipality.
A new democratic South Africa in 1994 led to the final Constitution with transformation of the Public Service to an effective, efficient and economical one in meeting citizens’ needs. Chapter two of the Republic of South ...
Section 174 of the Criminal Procedure Act 51 of 1977 : does the interests of justice and the outcome in S v Dewani herald that it is time to eject this provision from our law?
Section 174 of the Criminal Procedure Act 51 of 1977 encompasses the right of an accused to be discharged from the offence he has allegedly committed where, at the close of the State’s case, there is no evidence on which ...
Forensic interviewing in child abuse cases : exploring best practices and methods for professionals.
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Building peace in post-conflict societies: An exploration of the role of women in Liberia's peacebuilding architecture.
Post-conflict situations raise questions about the level to which the notion and practice of peacebuilding can contribute to sustainable peace, reconstruction, and development through transformative gender-responsive ...
An analytical study of the role of Methodist Church in Zimbabwe in reconciliation and healing within the Zimbabwean context of political conflict and violence from 1979 to 2013.
This study analyses how the Methodist Church in Zimbabwe (MCZ) has fostered reconciliation and healing within the Zimbabwean context of political conflict and violence from 1979-2013. It documents and discusses reconciliation ...
Strategic intellectual capital management : case study in the banking and financial services sector in Zimbabwe.
In today’s dynamic and competitive business environment, one way organisations can achieve and sustain competitive advantages is through the leveraging of valuable, inimitable, rare intangible assets. These intangible ...
An evaluation of the policy and strategy framework for SMEs in Zimbabwe.
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are important to economic growth and employment creation however they are faced by numerous challenges. Government intervention through SME policies is necessitated by the challenges ...