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Attitude towards sport and physical activity, self–esteem, life satisfaction relationship and variations in terms of gender: perspective from university students
Universities provide a platform for sport and physical activity participation opportunities to students. For students, participation in sport and physical activity is an important part of university life which can lead ...
I want to publish but ... : barriers to publishing for women at a University of Technology
(University of the Free State, 2012)
Differences between managers' and employees' perceptions of gender–based discrimination in a selection of South African organisations
Introduction: The relationship between employees and employers depends, among other things, on the level of consensus on what is perceived as fair or unfair in the workplace. When these perceptions are similar, a ...
Gender-based discrimination in South Africa: a quantitative analysis of fairness of remuneration
Equity is important to most individuals and its perceived absence may impact negatively on individual and organisational performance. The concept of equity presupposes fair treatment, while discrimination implies unfair ...
Prevalence of glutamine deficiency in ICU patients: a cross-sectional analytical study
(BioMed Central, 2016)
Background Not only is glutamine deficiency an independent predictor of mortality in intensive care unit (ICU) patients, but glutamine supplementation is also recommended for its proven outcome benefits. However, recent ...
Shaping social literacy through HIV in Higher Education curricula
(Higher Education South Africa (HESA), 2016)
This article outlines a case for curriculum transformation in respect of HIV education, spearheaded in part by policy debates in the South African Higher Education sector, as well as by the broader social movement led by ...
Women in educational leadership: the case of Hope High School in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 confers equality on all South African citizens regardless of race and gender. It has been reported that, under apartheid, gender inequality was a way of life and even ...
From fund-raising to Freedom Day: the nature of women’s general activities in the Ossewa-Brandwag, 1939-1943.
(School for Basic Sciences, Vaal Triangle Campus, North-West University, 2013)
The Ossewa-Brandwag (OB) was a mass-movement that originated as a result of the euphoria created by the 1938 Centenary Celebrations of the Great Trek in South Africa. With far-reaching and very ambitious aims the OB was ...
Analysis of women empowerment in South African water boards: a special reference to Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDIs) in South Africa
The aim of the study was to investigate women’s empowerment in water boards of South Africa. The study was carried out in all South African water boards (n=14) using both qualitative and quantitative methodologies. A ...
Examining the roles of gender and personal dispositions in attitudes toward knowledge sharing of senior administrators
(SABINET ONLINE LTD, 2014)
The study examined the association between gender, self-efficacy, extroversion and attitudes toward knowledge sharing among 157 male and 135 female senior administrators in a Nigerian university. A cross-sectional ...