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“Skep julle kommando’s in reddingslaers om! Een vir almal, almal vir elkeen!”: Die Ossewa-Brandwag se maatskaplike beleid van Sosiale Volksorg, 1943-1952
(School for Basic Sciences, Vaal Triangle Campus, North-West University, 2015)
Established as an organisation with the aim to influence all aspects of Afrikaner life, the Ossewa-Brandwag (OB) made an impact on the lives of thousands of Afrikaners between 1939 and 1954. At the very start the movement ...
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 ...
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 ...
Does virginity still matter in the modern world? Virginity and the denial of marriage in the Acts of Paul and Thecla
In the modern world where people are still fascinated by the idea of virginity, the expression 'being a Thecla' or being a 'disciple of Thecla' refers to the state of virginity. This is a reference to Thecla in the ancient ...