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Isizulu njengolimi lokufunda nokufundisa kanye nokubheka ukuthi lungaziletha kanjani izinguquko enyuvesi yaKwaZulu-Natali

The objective of this study is to explore the changes that can be brought about by the use of isiZulu language at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Therefore this study will look at the use of isiZulu as a language of teaching and learning as well as looking at how isiZulu will bring about transformation at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Psychological autopsy of male perpetrator and female victim intimate partner murder-suicide in a rural community in Limpopo province

Though it is difficult to determine the prevalence of intimate partner murder-suicide (IPMS), it does appear that this phenomenon is reported in different parts of the world. The psychological consequences of this phenomenon to the surviving family members have also been widely reported.

An Indigenous Crime Prevention Strategy Employing the Roles of Amakhosi and Social Work in KwaZulu- Natal Province

Crime is one of major social problems which poses a serious threat to the democracy of South Africa. It therefore calls on the citizenry, civil society, and private society to contribute to the ongoing efforts of government in the provision of safety and crime prevention.

How do policy networks function in labour market policy processes? An assessment of the labour policy subsystem and its effect on youth employment policy outcomes

This study aimed to assess the role of policy networks on labour market policies and their effects on youth employment. The research has examined how key players such as the government, the private sector, and organised labour can influence the success or failure of youth employment policies. Policy network theory was used to examine the institutional arrangements of decision-making.

“‘The House of Indigo: An ethnographic study of drag performance, beauty pageantry, and cosmopolitan femininity in Johannesburg”

This ethnographic study explores the subcultural world of drag performance and beauty pageantry at one of Johannesburg’s landmark gay nightclubs – Club Indigo. It examines how the participants’ consumer identities, material culture, and kinship systems were constructed within and beyond the subculture.

An exploration of the influence of Khelobedu dialect on standard Sepedi: the case of students’ writing in a Sepedi classroom context at the university of Limpopo

This study explores the influence of the Khelobedu Dialect on Standard Sepedi with a special focus on the students’ writing. A classroom is a space where students need to feel the confidence to take part in classroom activities, language should not be a barrier.