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    • Adoption of human resource practices within a South African small business: a case study 

      Havenga, Werner; Linde, Herman (World Scientific Publishing, 2012)
      Until recently, human resource management has been considered inappropriate and too costly for small businesses and consequently research in this direction has been at a relatively minimum level. It is also evident that ...
    • Educating and training a workforce for nutrition in a post–2015 world 

      Fanzo, Jessica C; Graziose, Matthew M.; Kraemer, Klaus; Gillespie, Stuart; Jerling, Johann C. (American Society for Nutrition, 2015)
      Nearly all countries in the world today are burdened with malnutrition, manifesting as undernutrition, micronutrient deficiencies, and/or overweight and obesity. Despite some progress, efforts to alleviate malnutrition are ...
    • South Africa's youth unemployment dilemma: Whose Baby is it anyway? 

      Meyer, Natanya (IFRD, 2017)
      Youth unemployment is a major concern to various different countries, including South Africa, which ranked fourth-worst in the global youth unemployment ratings in 2013 and 2014reaching rates of more than 50 percent. ...
    • Towards a spirituality of open distance learning 

      Potgieter, F.J. (Unisa, 2015)
      This article suggests attention to the paideia of the soul as an educative corrective for preparing open distance learning students for living in the current technology-dependent world. This world is undergirded by a ...
    • Towards a spirituality of Open Distance Learning 

      Potgieter, F.J. (UNISA Press, 2015)
      This article suggests attention to the paideia of the soul as an educative corrective for preparing open distance learning students for living in the current technologydependent world. This world is undergirded by a ...