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The nature and scope of the problem of identifying unidentified bodies at medico-legal mortuaries in South Africa : a medico-legal perspective.
In South Africa, the high rate of violent deaths, the lack of proper identification documents, and internal migration within the country stemming from the previous socio-political dispensation of society, has led to a ...
Gendered sexual vulnerabilities in the spread of HIV/AIDS : Clayfield (Phoenix) as case study.
This dissertation focuses on how important factors such as gender inequalities and gender vulnerabilities contribute to fuelling the spread of HIV/AIDS. The study focuses on a community in Phoenix, called Clayfield. The ...
The effect of organisational differences in ownership, control and structure on employee perceptions of participation and empowerment : an analysis of these phenomena in relation to the operational costs of two labour intensive South African companies.
This study investigates the relationships between ownership, control, organisational structure and company operational costs. The workers’ perceptions of participation (financial and decision-making) and empowerment are ...
A critical review of the National Ports Authority of South Africa (NPASA) corporate values : perceptions of employees.
National Ports Authority of South Africa (NPASA) adopted and declared its commitment to a set of eleven corporate values, included them in their performance management toolkit and regarded them as the organizational driving ...
The causes of wars debate in Africa, and its implications for African military expenditures.
The dissertation reviewed "the causes of war debate in Africa, and its implications for African military expenditures" by levelling the argument of greed hypothesis as inconsistent with the pragmatic ground situation in ...
Public works programmes and a basic income grant as policy responses to unemployment and poverty in South Africa.
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Supply chain corporate responsibility in the banking industry in South Africa.
The power and influence that large businesses enjoy in the areas of wealth creation, and in broader societal and environmental issues generally, is unprecedented in human experience. This dominance however, has its detractors ...
An investigation into the transformation process employed by Wesbank : an exploratory study.
Even a brief Internet search reveals the huge variety of ways in which the terms transformation, diversity, employment equity and affirmative action are used, as well as the vast range of interventions offered. For example, ...