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Determinants of Women's Participation in Industry and Service Sectors

"This study analyses factors influencing women's participation in industrial services. Women face various constraints that affects their intersectional mobility in the labour market. These constraints include, discrimination in the labour market in …

Right to the Classroom: Educational Barriers for Zimbabweans in South Africa

"This report examines the obstacles to access by Zimbabwean children and students to schools and tertiary institutions in South Africa. There is a common assumption in South Africa that these children and students have no right to an education in So…

Trends in Southern Africa and the role of Bophuthatswana

In his address President Lucas Mangope stated that the search for freedom, harmony, peace and properity for all is the greatest concern for Southern Africa. The implications of the alternative are loss of freedom and peace. The north-South polarity …

The United States and South Africa: Three South African perspectives

This paper describes the experience of 3 people visiting the United States on a Leader Exchange program (USSALEP). The papers contain information on the international relations of US towards South Africa and how the American Government and businessm…

Rhodesia, settlement and Southern Africa

The issues discussed in this paper are the independence struggle of Rhodesia, the impact it has on South Africa and how this will influence the white minority in Rhodesia. This is not however the only problem to be addressed but also the U S foreig…

Rhodesia Present problems and future prospects

"Any discussion of the present, problems and future, prospects of Rhodesia falls naturally into three parts, political, social and economic and although inevitably the boundaries between these become shaded from time to time, I shall endeavour to d…

Report On the SARPCCO HIV/AIDS Trainers' Course, Matsapha, Swaziland, 23-27 June 2008

"The aim of the course is to alleviate the impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on human, national and regional security in Southern Africa. The specific objectives of the course are to provide police personnel with the knowledge and skills to a. Under…

Unravelling the Dynamics of HIV/AIDS Related Stigma and Discrimination : the Role of Community Based Research Case Studies for Nothern Uganda and Burundi

Overcoming HIV/AIDS related stigma and discrimination was highlighted in this research. It remains of the major challenges to be addressed in the development of effective responses. In conclusion, therefore, it could be said that one of the most imp…

All in this Together? Social Tensions in the Post-Jammeh Gambia

The Gambia does not have a history of ethnic and religious tensions. But starting under former President Yahya Jammeh and continuing since the change of government in 2017, political rivalries are increasingly taking an ethnic form. The government’…

Ties that Bind? Evidence of both Unity and Division in 18 African Countries

In this year of COVID-19, the ability of societies to work collectively to respond to challenges has taken center stage. In fact, early public support for and adherence to public health measures has been cited as one factor explaining Africa’s far l…

Economic Insecurity Persists for South Africans

In South Africa, the economic hub of Africa, years of stifled growth have been worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic’s extended restriction of economic activity. The economy shrank by 7% in 2020, causing widespread material deprivation, job losses, and …

Togolese express Tolerance toward (most) Minorities and Support for Gender Equality

The government of Togo has taken recent steps to protect the rights of women and minorities. One is a new penal code, adopted in November 2015 after years of advocacy by human-rights organizations, that strengthens protections against gender-based v…

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