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The study sought to understand how higher education institutions conceptualize and teach academic literacy at the two regional universities in KwaZulu Natal. That was done by determining the extent to which academic literacy curriculum provides for the acquisition of academic literacy skills across a diverse range of student teachers.
Small scale intervention studies have been conducted in South Africa in order to find ways of mitigating low performance in primary mathematics (Dlamini, 2014; Tshesane, 2014).
Research done on ‘coloured’ men and communities have problematized ‘coloured’ masculinities and communities. Studies showed ‘coloured’ men to be the most likely to perpetrate violence and rape.
This thesis contributes to an understanding of the continued reliance on mining migrant labour. It explores why men from Mpondoland in Flagstaff and Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape Province continue to leave their homes to settle for work in the North West Province (Rustenburg mines) even though the authoritarian structures that supported the migrant labour system have been abolished.
Stroke is a leading cause of mortality and disability in the world. Due to several obstacles, people often delay seeking medical help when attacked by stroke. Studies have suggested that these obstacles negatively impact on the quality of care that stroke survivors are likely to receive.
Using a social constructivist approach, within the social action model of community psychology, this research interrogates the features of successful community engagement partnerships that exist within the context of higher education.
This thesis explores societal and municipal perceptions and meanings of urban public spaces in the City of Tshwane (CoT). Focus is placed on how these perceptions and meanings contribute to the conflict and contestations over the realisation of democratic urban public spaces.

South Africa is a multilingual country with 11 official languages and 9 of these languages are Indigenous African languages. The South African government has developed policies and created an environment for these languages to be developed.
National and provincial language policies have been adopted and the country has even passed a language Act called the Use of Official Languages Act, 2012. The national Department of Education has also passed policies and Acts that enable

The impact and consequences of the HIV/AIDS pandemic on socio-economic development in South Africa informed the creation and development of the National Strategic Plan (NSP) 2012-2016, targeted at managing the country’s response to the pandemic, as well as finding ways to combat and decrease the rate of this pandemic.
This study explores the digital presence of The Household (http://www.thehousehold.xyz/) –a name given to the collective fantasy artwork with narrative dimensions created by agroup of South African artists who call themselves the “Blackheart Gang”.