Civic Intervention Documentary: A Socio-culturally Attuned Rhetorical Address to the Neglect of South African Adolescent Orphans

n previous studies of the documentary film, a common approach speaks to the documentary’s ability to arrest social issues. This is often attributed to the documentary’s rhetorical address. But in most instances, there is a glaring oversight of the inter-affectivity between socio-cultural processes that frame social issues and the rhetorical principles of the documentary.

A Theoretical Framework for Constructive Interpersonal Leadership Relations in Knowledge-Based Organisations

In this qualitative study, the research objective was to present a theoretical framework for the phenomenon of interpersonal leadership relations (denoting both the dyadic relationship between two leader/followers and the leadership communication taking place in the dyad) in knowledge-based organisational contexts. It is posited that the interpersonal leader-follower dyad (LFD) may be viewed from a systems theory perspective as a system consisting of two system parts (individuals). 

Model to Facilitate Language Acquisition/Development in Children Between 0 To 3 Years in Rural Communities of Makhado Municipality, Limpopo Province

The aim of the study was to develop a conceptualized model that will enhance language acquisition of children between 0 and 3 years. Language is a use of words and symbol to convey message, or communication. Generally, from birth to the age of four months children express their needs through crying and are soothed by the sound of voices or by low rhythmic sounds.

Measles Outbreak Control Strategies in Tshwane District: School Health Surveillance System Efficacy in Gauteng Province

This study investigated the knowledge, attitudes and practices of registered professional primary health care nurses and care givers regarding measles vaccination and surveillance among children in the public health care service delivery system, with particular emphasis on assessing the impact of measles outbreak control strategies in the health care facilities located in the Olievenhoutbosch area of the Tshwane Health District.

The Determinants and Effects of Intra-Regional Coordination Between Firms in Southern and East Africa: A Comparative Analysis of the Cement and Fertiliser Industries

The standard competition economics literature on cartels has focused on their harmful effects in terms of prices and output, without extensive consideration of their intra-regional dimensions, the influence of political economy factors, and the implications of cartels that are put in place for industrial development purposes.