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  • Michalopoulos, V. (1992)
    South Africa faces a future in which cross-cultural interactions are likely to increase in all areas of life. specifically in the area of schooling such increased interactions are ensured with the introduction of the ...
  • Macdonald, Helen Margaret (2003)
    School bullying has become a serious problem worldwide, affecting as many as one in four children. Although not much research on bullying has been conducted in South Africa, bullying has been found to underlie psychological ...
  • Bome, Heidi
    The central tenet of this research project is to identify the culture of play amongst foundation phase children at an Independent school. With this knowledge the researcher was able to identify how the children’s culture ...
  • Lalumbe, Diana Tokisho (1997)
    This investigation focused on the culture of teaching and learning in Dzata Secondary School. It has become a concern of educationists and politicians to revive the culture of teaching and learning in schools. Most South ...
  • Mafa, Ntsopana Carol (2001-01)
    It has become increasingly difficult for end-users to locate, select and organise information published via the World Wide Web. This is largely due to the scattered nature of the Web and its ever-increasing use as ...
  • Cayzer, Leonora Michelle (2010-05-10)
    The focus of this study is on how teachers in the Foundation Phase diagnostically assess reading difficulties, and subsequently support learners. This phenomenon was considered within a bioecological framework as ...
  • Muchanya, George (2003)
    Estimated to contribute between 15-20% of earnings for each of South Africa's biggest four banks, ABSA, Nedcor, Standard Bank and FNB mortgages are the biggest contributor to the banks' profits. The economic stability ...
  • Malherbe, Charl Wynand
    The Reserve concept, introduced in the National Water Act, has led to an increasing use of biomonitoring techniques to assess the current ecological status of rivers in South Africa. The ecological status of a river ...
  • Van Eeden, Erica (2000)
    In the past year or two, there has been a phenomenal interest among academic and marketing practitioners regarding the concept of Customer Relationship Management (CRM). With the emphasis that is placed on the importance ...
  • Bebongchu, Pascal Arnaud Kamjom (2013)
    This study presents a simple methodology developed to set up and establish a simplex communication system over a power line using load signatures. Traditional concepts such as normalization and matched filtering form the ...
  • Grigoriadis, C.; Bussin, M. (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    This study aimed to determine what the current practice is with regard to short-term incentive schemes for middle managers. This was done by means of a quantitative study through a structured research survey completed by ...
  • Nkosi, Nhlanhla; Muzenda, Edison; Zvimba, John; Pilusa, Jefrey (International Conference on Integrated Waste Management and Green Energy Engineering, )
    This paper, a continuation and expansion of the work of Muzenda et al, 2012 [1] looks at the current waste generation and management trends in South Africa. The waste tyre problem in South Africa is also briefly discussed. ...
  • Madzamba, Havatidi Kizito (1998)
    One problem in the education system is that there is an apparent sidelining of religious education. It has become an exception rather than a norm to find schools with religious education in the timetable. With the gradual ...
  • Fern, Leslie (1985)
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  • Malan, Beverley M. (2001)
    School education in South Africa has seen a number of changes, some more far-reaching than others, since the 1994 elections. In the schooling sector these changes included the restructuring of schools along nonracial lines, ...
  • Naude, Tracy Elaine (2004-10)
    South Africa has undergone a transformation in the past decade. The year 2004 brings not only ten years of democratic governance, but also an inclusive philosophy of education. It is hoped that difference in whatever form ...
  • Mokgosi, Namayammu Patricia (1996)
    This study is aimed at answering the following research questions: What are the needs of the society as perceived by community leaders in Gauteng that can be addressed in the secondary school curriculum? How can curriculum ...
  • Mzankomo, Eunice (1996-12)
    The phenomenon of South Africa's educational development was characterised by statutory reinforced economic and political inequalities. The education system continued to be based upon ethnic and language division. The ...
  • Mashele, Dinky Nomvula (1996-11)
    This study aims at establishing guidelines for the design of the new and relevant curriculum for the senior secondary phase. In short, the aims of the study are to: Identify the needs of the society as perceived by lecturers ...
  • Maja, Rosinah Ninki Gaolaolwe (1996)
    This study aims at the following aspects: To identify the needs of the society as perceived by parents in the Gauteng province, through focus group interviews ; To formulate guidelines for a relevant senior secondary ...

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