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  • Lombo, Sipho (University of Zululand, 2004)
    This dissertation focuses on the contribution of electronic communication (e-Communication) to knowledge management. It is based on an empirical survey of knowledge management practitioners in the private, public and NGO ...
  • Tsabedze, Vusi W (University of Zululand, 2018)
    E-records readiness is key to the implementation of electronic records management programmes and ultimately the e-Government in the public sector. However, past studies about Swaziland show no evidence of research that ...
  • Kellerman, Andrea (2010)
    In this study the researcher wanted to find out if there were more adolescents with eating problems in single-gender or co-educational schools, if there was a specific age group that is more prone to develop a problem with ...
  • Mahlaba, Siphelele Nadia (University of Zululand, 2018)
    Development agencies, non-government Organizations (NGOs) and government organizations around the world aim for the betterment of women in all spheres of their lives. Empowerment has been considered the main focal point ...
  • Langeni, Innocentia, Nothando (2012)
    This study investigates the economic impacts of HIV/AIDS on the rural households in KwaDlangezwa. The study also investigates the hypothesis that Aids has massive economic impact on families infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. ...
  • Ndawonde, Busisiwe Gugu (University of Zululand, 2015)
    The purpose of this study was to introduce the concept of sustainability to medicinal plant sellers by a way of a non-formal environmental education programme. This was done for future generations to enjoy the benefits of ...
  • Bhengu, Thulani Brian (2009)
    The aim of this investigation was to determine educators’ perceptions of the educational distress of children that live in a deprived milieu. An introductory literature review was provided of the characteristics of the ...
  • Sosibo, Themba Morrison (1994)
    The aims of this investigation were: to describe the life-world of the child in a squatter environment as it reveals itself in his relations to himself, to others, to things/ideas and to God; and in the light of ...
  • Van Rensburg, J C Janse (1994)
    The aims of this investigation were: to describe the life-world of the child in a squatter environment as it reveals itself in his relations to himself, to others, to things/ideas and to God; and in the light of ...
  • Simam1, Ruth C.; Rotic, Daniel C.; Kemoni, Henry (University of Zululand, 2012-01)
    The aim of the study was to establish the views of teachers and pupils on the quality of primary school textbooks within the Kesses Division, Uasin Gishu County in Kenya, and to make recommendations on issues that need ...
  • Naidu, Shamalin (1996)
    The aim of this investigation was to determine the awareness and capability of house-parents in children's homes to meet the educational needs of the children who have been entrusted to their care. An introductory ...
  • Mlondo, Nomusa Mavis (1987)
    Working outside the home exposes a woman to experiences and views common to herself and her family. The kind of job she does and her satisfaction with it, as well as her family's attitude towards her work affects the way ...
  • Ebersohn, Elizabeth Mary Anne (2005)
    Along with the changes in the political an economical spheres in South Africa over the last decade, there has also been a shift towards a more democratic education system. The foundation for these changes has been laid by ...
  • Msimango, Peggy Busisiwe (University of Zululand, 1981)
    The aim of this paper is to bring forth the educational value of folk tales as well as the relationship that existed between grandmothers and grandchildren. Education is an old phenomenon amongst Zulus. It existed long ...
  • Ngidi, Mduduzi Jordan (1999)
    The South African School Act No. 84 of 1996, the White Paper on Education and Training of 1995 and many other policy documents on Education and Training in and after 1994, proposed greater involvement of major stakeholders, ...
  • Mthabela, Bhekisisa Heavystone. (2004)
    The study evaluates the efficiency and effectiveness of representation of educators, by their unions. Questionnaires and open-ended interviews were used to collect data from educators, union officials and school principals. ...
  • September, Sean Christian (University of Zululand, 2008)
    When the implementation of inclusive education was announced by government, it did not come without shared concerns by many parents, educators, lecturers, specialists and learners about the future of the educational system ...
  • Mashiya, Joyce Nontokozo (2003)
    The present investigation had three objectives. The first aim was to examine educators' attitudes towards inclusive education. The second aim was to determine the extent to which educators were influenced by factors such ...
  • Venketsamy, Thungavel (2000)
    The aim of the investigation was to establish effects of the educator-learner ratio on invitational learning by means of a literature and empirical study. As an introduction, invitational learning was reviewed and the ...
  • Shazi-Mweli, Protasia Lily Bathelile (University of Zululand, 2010)
    One of the most devastating diseases in. modem history as measured in terms of loss of human life is the HIV/AIDS pandemic - Approximately 200 million people have already died. Sub- Sahara Africa is the most affected ...

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