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  • Makondo, Livingstone (Kamla-Rajhttp://www.krepublishers.com/02-Journals/T%20&%20T/T%20&%20T-11-0-000-13-Web/T%20&%20T-11-1-000-13-ABST-PDF/S-T&T-11-1-011-13-307-Makondo-L/S-T&T-11-1-011-13-307-Makondo-L-Tt.pdf, 2013)
    This paper focuses on identifying the most popular male Shona names widely used in Zimbabwe by Shona speakers. It proceeds to establish the meanings attached to the identified most popular male Shona names. Nine semi-structured ...
  • Meyiwa, Thenjiwe; Cekiso, Madoda (Kamla-Raj, 2014)
    This paper is based on a study that explored the gendered naming and values attached to the amaXhosa amakrwala, and the kind of behaviour expected from them after being ‘declared men’. Drawing from an empirical study that ...
  • Makondo, Livingstone (Kamla-Raj, 2014)
    The need for sustained academic advising and support for students and lecturers in universities in South Africa is on the rise. The initiative draws from the sad reality that the South African higher education system is ...
  • Pithouse-Morgan, K.; Chisanga, T.; Meyiwa, Thenjiwe; Muthukrishna, N.; Naicker, I.; Singh, L.; Van Laren, L.; Harrison, Liz (Unisa Press, 2014)
    The authors of this article portray their learning as a group of eight academics who met to examine the roles and relationships of supervisors of postgraduate self-study research. In the article, they represent how through ...
  • Thakur, Surendra; Singh, Shawren (IEEEhttp://www.ajocict.net/uploads/V6N2P4-2013_AJOCICT_-_Surendra_and_Shawren_-_Study_of_Some_E-Government_Activities_in_South_Africa.pdf, 2013-06)
    This paper examines the nature and extent of e-government activities in South Africa. E-Government refers to the practice of leveraging ICT to deliver services to employees (G2E), to citizens (G2C), to business (G2B) and ...