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    • Effective training for job creation in the South African education system 

      Erasmus, Johannes Cornelius (Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education, 2002)
      It is generally accepted that the quality of a country's labour force is a crucial factor in successful competition in the global economy. South Africa's richness in human resources unfortunately does not in itself make ...
    • Geskoolde werkloosheid in Suid-Afrika, met spesifieke verwysing na die Noordwes Provinsie 

      Du Toit, Charlene (North-West University, 2005)
      This study investigated schooled unemployment by focusing on the following aspects: The importance of a positive interaction between the education system and the labour market. The importance of a positive interaction ...
    • The impact of government grants on poverty in Sharpeville 

      Hatla, Boitumelo Reneilwe (North-West University, 2011)
      South Africa, like international countries, has been experiencing an increase in the levels of poverty over the years. Poverty affects vulnerable groups of society more intensely and these groups include children, the old, ...
    • Problems experienced by women re–entering into the education profession 

      Beyers, Melanie (Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education, 2001)
      This study investigated problems experienced by women re-entering into the education profession by focusing on: • The nature and scope of re-entry by women into the education profession; • the features and problems ...
    • The relationship between poverty and inflation in Sharpeville 

      Maluleke, Tiyeselani Clara (North-West University, 2012)
      All over the world, the level of poverty is increasing. In South Africa it is mainly concentrated in rural areas and differs significantly from whether considering race, sex, provinces or community areas. This dissertation ...