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Working leather : the fusion of formal and informal industrial relations in a Durban shoe factory.
The thesis concerns the persistent coupling of formal and informal industrial relations within a particular manufacturing company. At first, the company's formal structure of industrial relations was heavily tempered ...
The language and culture of the youth in the "Nicaragua" section of Tsakane in Gauteng.
This paper is based on the youth culture and the language in Tsakane which in situated in Gauteng Province. It uncovers the lifestyle of both young females and males in the area mentioned above. It looks at how "Tsotsitaal" ...
Negotiating the boundary : the response of Kwa Mashu Zionists to a volatile political climate.
Previous studies have demonstrated that Zulu Zionists remained peace-loving and politically quiescent in times of racial segregation and political injustice. Since then the political situation in South Africa has shifted ...
Demonizing women in the era of AIDS : an analysis of the gendered construction of HIV/AIDS in KwaZulu-Natal.
As the second decade of AIDS draws to a close, researchers and others involved in the AIDS effort have come to appreciate that complex interactions between social, cultural, biological and economic forces are involved in ...
The sacred and the profane : the religious and commercial significance of church adornment in the Nazareth Baptist Church of Amos Shembe.
The relationship between sacred (communal, public) and profane