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  1.  1
    How Fourth Industrial Revolution Skillsets Mediate the Relationship Between Work Integrated Learning, Graduate Employability, and Future Job.Waliu Adegbite & Cookie Govender - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 4:3-17.
    The emerging work context of the fourth industrial revolution has increased the industry's calls for future-capable graduates who can demonstrate digital literacy and innovation knowledge, and other behavioural competencies for employability. Gaps between work integrated learning and 4IR competencies in driving graduates' transition to the employment of the future exist in the literature. With a structural equation modelling approach, this study examines the nexus between WIL, graduate employability, and future job. It further examines whether 4IR skillsets can boost the effectiveness (...)
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    Television as a Source of COVID-19 Information: A Qualitative Inquiry Into the Experiences of the Deaf During the Pandemic.Olufemi Timothy Adigun, Paseka Andrew Mosia & Chidi Topaz Olujie - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 4:67-81.
    Coronavirus disease came as a rude shock to all. Its emergence was sudden and its attendant effects on psychosocial adjustment of all citizens especially among the Deaf were traumatic. Thus, the need to access the required information about the virus became necessary. While information about COVID-19 came from various media sources, television as an audio-visual material remains one of the most reliable sources of COVID-19 to the deaf. However, issues of quality assurance and comprehensibility of televised COVID-19 related information remain (...)
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  3. Relationship Between Self-Handicapping and Academic Buoyancy Among Final Year Students in Secondary Schools.Peter J. O. Aloka, Osita V. Ossai & Amos N. Amedu - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 4:58-66.
    The study examined the relationship between self-handicapping and academic buoyancy among final year students in secondary schools in Nsukka education zone of Enugu State of Nigeria. This study adopted the cross-sectional survey research design. Through multistage sampling technique, 120 final year students were selected. The questionnaires, such as Academic Buoyancy Scale and Self-handicapping Scale were used to collect data. The internal validity of self-handicapping and academic buoyancy scales were ascertained using the Bartlett’s tests for Sphericity and it was reported to (...)
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    Same Yardstick, Different Results: Efficacy of Rubrics in Science Education Assessment.Erasmos Charamba & Nkhululeko Dlamini-Nxumalo - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 4:82-90.
    Assessments have become integral to today's teaching and learning. Within the world of assessments, there are two paramount ideologies at work: assessments for learning and assessments of learning. The latter are typically administered at the end of a unit or grading period and evaluate a student’s understanding by comparing their achievement against a class, nationwide benchmark, or standard. The former assesses a student’s understanding of a skill or lesson during the learning and teaching process. Assessment for learning enables teachers to (...)
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    The Impact of Social Media as a Strategic Approach to Corporate Communication When Handling Crises at a Selected South African Bank.Evelynne Jane Chotia, Anton M. Pillay & Jeremiah Madzimure - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 4:33-42.
    This study investigates the impact of social media as a strategic approach to corporate communication when handling crises at Bank X in the Gauteng province of South Africa. The study had three over-arching objectives; to determine the challenges that are encountered when handling crises about communication at Bank X, to determine if the leadership has the willingness to change their approach when formulating the strategy; to determine if social media has an impact on strategy formulation of crisis communication at Bank (...)
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    The Geostrategy of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AFCFTA) and Third Parties: A Focus on China.Juliet Eileen Joseph - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 4:43-57.
    The primary objective of this article is to interrogate Sino-Africa Relations and questions if Africa a passive receiver of both Chinese and Western influence? This paper is divided into four sections. The first section of the paper outlines the African Continental Free Trade Agreement. It is followed by a discussion of the political factors, driving Africa's desire for greater integration. The second section explains the potential trade impacts of the AfCFTA on African states and illustrates the rationale and appetite for (...)
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  7. Comprehending Stakeholders’ Involvement in the Integrated Development Planning Process as a Tool for Improved Community Participation.John Mamokhere & Daniel Francois Meyer - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 4:18-32.
    This study is primarily aimed at comprehending the key stakeholders, involved in applying the Integrated Development Planning process for improved community participation in the Tzaneen municipal area. It is argued in this study, that the IDP is centred on the priorities and desires of the communities. Communities have the opportunity to engage in identifying their most desired needs. The IDP process requires all stakeholders who live and do business within a municipal jurisdiction to partake in the design and execution of (...)
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  8. Assessing the Conditions and Ingridients of Political Clientelism Within the South African Context.Namane Dickson Masemola & Mocheudi Martinus Selepe - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 4:91-102.
    The study examines the conditions, associated with political clientelism, as well as the ingredients of clientelism within the South African context. The study brings the understanding about the relationship between politicians who go out on a periodic basis to canvass for votes and then not much happens in the lives of ordinary people. Despite this, a large number of the same politicians is re-elected to another five-year term. The broad argument in this study is that there seems to be an (...)
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    Wildlife Crime and Rhino Poaching in South Africa: A Qualitative Document Analysis of Patterns and Frequency of Visitations of Adventurers.Kajal Singh & Sogo Angel Olofinbiyi - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 4:113-122.
    The study describes rhino poaching as an illicit anti-social behaviour that has constantly been on increase in South Africa. Predominantly, KwaZulu-Natal, and specifically Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, became a highly protected zone for biota and wildlife sustainability. However, with environmental crime becoming more sophisticated in this province, criminal justice and anti-poaching teams need to be more equipped continuously with the necessary tools and strategies, required to stand united against wildlife crime. The study adopted document analysis to explore the use of cell phone (...)
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  10. An Insight Into the Socio-Psycho Contexts and Modus Operandi of South Africa’s Worst Serial Killers Over Time.Shaka Yesufu - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 4:103-112.
    Over the years, several myths have been peddled within societies and academic circles in relation to exploring the mysterious lives of serial killers. Socio-psycho factors have been used to explain some of their criminal behaviour. Some mythologies about serial killers are that most of them are loners, abused children, and sexually motivated killers. Some researchers have also attributed mental challenges, drugs, and alcohol as possible motives for serial killers. In some instances, some serial killers have confessed to heard unknown controlling (...)
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    Sustaining Organizational Performance and Employee Wellbeing in the 4IR: The Impact of Leadership 4.0, PSYCAP, and High-Performance HR Practices. [REVIEW]Foluso Philip Adekanmbi & Wilfred Isioma Ukpere - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 3:24-39.
    This paper investigates perceived leadership 4.0, psychological capital, and high-performance human resource practices for sustainable organizational performance and employee psychological wellbeing in business organizations.This investigation’s sample was obtained from twenty organizations in Nigeria’s and Ghana’s financial, manufacturing, and service industries. Hence, this comparative study espoused a cross-sectional survey method. Nevertheless, from the 500 surveys floated, two hundred and forty-six surveys were retrieved in Nigeria and two hundred and forty-three in Ghana. A total of four hundred and eight-nine were fit for (...)
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  12. Migration Policy Implementation and its Politics in South Africa.Toyin Cotties Adetiba - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 3:91-103.
    Globally, migration is to a certain degree an important and highly debated political topic among scholars because of its peculiarity to human movement and relationship between states. Migration is fundamental to liberal democracies and a function of the international system of states. Following the demise of the apartheid system and the adoption of inclusive governance in South Africa in 1994, the country has continued to witness an influx of migrants. However, the call for the deportation and rejection of migrants amongst (...)
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  13. Social Comparison and Academic Buoyancy Among Freshmen in One Selected Public University.Peter J. O. Aloka - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 3:49-59.
    The study examined the relationship between social comparison and academic buoyancy among freshmen in one selected public university in Kenya. The study adopted cross-sectional survey research design. The social comparison and academic buoyancy scales were used to collect data. The sample size of the study consisted of 213 freshmen from one selected public university in the western part of Kenya. The data collected were analyzed using descriptive statistics, and inferential statistics, such as Pearson correlation coefficient and regression analysis statistical techniques. (...)
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    The Challenges in Employing Digital Marketing as a Tool for Improving Sales at Selected Retail Stores in the Transkei Region.Mpumzi Guzana & Steven Kayambazinthu Msosa - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 3:3-12.
    During the last decade, the internet has introduced the information age and electronic commerce to millions of individuals worldwide, even those living in rural places, thus providing companies with an alternative platform for customer contact than brick-and-mortar stores. Therefore, businesses must alter their conventional marketing techniques and develop new approaches to engage consumers on the platforms where they want to connect and make purchases. This study assessed the perceived challenges in using Digital Marketing to boost sales at retail stores in (...)
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    Propaganda and the War on Truth: Examining Informational Inconsistencies Governing South Africa’s Covid-19 Policy Response.Demi Harmse - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 3:70-90.
    A review of the intellectual and policy environment announces the absence of transparency and rational discourse in assessing the prevailing Covid-19 policy measures. Contextually, propaganda thrives in times of political uncertainty as it serves to either amplify confusion, induce moral dilemmas,or disguise meanings. To this end, this study examines the quality of political communication, underpinning South Africa’s public policy response to the Covid-19 pandemic. It aims to trace the influence of propaganda in informing policy origins and efficacy as it concerns (...)
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    Knowledge Production and Information Dissemination: Challenges Faced by New and Upcoming Researchers.Manoko Kamogelo & Malatji Thabiso Lucky - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 3:60-69.
    Knowledge production means the gathering of related activities in the university that has to do with producing new knowledge. The emerging researchers find it so hard and difficult to engage in scientific and contribute to knowledge production because of lack of know how.Therefore, it is fundamentally importance, that the emerging researchers are made aware of the challenges that they will experience in the research process. It is not only the responsibility of researchers to produce knowledge, respondents in any research undertaken (...)
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    The Dynamics of Implementing Climate Change Adaptation at the Local Municipal Level.Ngoako J. Mokoele - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 3:13-23.
    The purpose of the paper is to evaluate the dynamics of implementing climate change objectives within the South African local government. Climate change has been intensifying over the years and cities are recognised to be vulnerable. The promulgation of various acts and plans, such as the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, Spatial Planning and Land Use and Management Act, National Urban Development Framework and Integrated Development Plan, is to ensure environmental protection inclusive of climate change mitigation and adaptation. (...)
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  18. The Lived Experiences of Elderly Women Accused of Witchcraft in a Rural Community in South Africa.Molefi Motsoeneng - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 3:112-118.
    This study examines the experiences, fear of being killed, and reactions towards accusations of elderly women, accused of witchcraft. The respondents were elderly women with an average age of 65 years who had retired in rural South Africa. They responded to semi-structured interview questions, aimed at documenting the accusations and insults, hurled at them daily by members of community. Thematic analysis indicated the community’s hostile reaction towards the women. The following themes and corresponding sub-themes were established: demographics, cultural factors, with (...)
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    Positioning Ubuntu as a Strategy to Transform Classism in University Classrooms.Bunmi Isaiah Omodan & Bulelwa Makena - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 3:104-111.
    Social parity, in the form of classism creates an environment where students from less privileged backgrounds feel subjugated and disadvantaged by social intimidation. In order to eliminate classism in university classrooms, the study proposes the potential of Ubuntu as a transformative strategy to promote a university system that is free of intimidation and discriminatory social classes that aid social inequalities. Hence, the study answers the following questions: What are the assumptions of Ubuntu? And how can the assumptions be used to (...)
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    Translanguaging in an English First Additional Language Context in the Further Education and Training Phase.Kufakunesu Zano - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 3:40-48.
    English is used as a medium of teaching and learning in most South African public schools although most of these learners are English First Additional Language speakers. To counter this anxiety, translanguaging as a multilingual intervention becomes handy. Translanguaging is about engaging in multilingual discourse practices; it is an approach to bilingualism that is centred not on languages, as has been often the case but on the practices of bilinguals that are readily observable. This study aimed at exploring how grade (...)
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  21. The Relational Effects of Perceived Leadership 4.0, Workplace Ostracism, and Innovative Work Behavior on Organizational Performance in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. [REVIEW]Foluso Philip Adekanmbi & Wilfred Isioma Ukpere - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 2:3-14.
    This study evaluates the correlational effects of perceived leadership 4.0, workplace ostracism, innovative work behavior, and organizational performance within work organizations. The sample for this investigation was extracted from ten organizations in Oyo and Lagos States, Nigeria. They are organizations from Nigeria’s service, financial, and manufacturing industries. Guarantee Trust Bank Plc, FullRange Microfinance Bank Limited, First Bank Plc, Evans industries Limited, Nestlé Nigeria Plc, Friesland Campina Nigeria Plc, IBFC Alliance Limited, United Bank for Africa Plc, DHL Courier Service, and Martyns (...)
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    A Retrospective Analysis: ICT for Improved Municipal Service Delivery Amidst COVID 19.Juliet Joseph & Robyn Williams - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 2:70-85.
    South African municipal service delivery has been an area of highly debated concern, with many citizens lacking access to basic service delivery, such as water and electricity. Fast forward to the Covid-19 Pandemic, bombarding itself into every state, home and workplace and concerns over municipal service delivery has amplified. Much like Covid-19, the fourth industrial revolution too erupted into every facet of public and private life but more optimistically, so as it promises to fast track economic development, ease mundane daily (...)
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    The Contemporary Challenges Municipalities Face in Effectively Implementing Municipal Service Partnerships.John Mamokhere, Selaelo John Mabeba & France Khutso Lavhelani Kgobe - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 2:58-69.
    In South Africa, Municipal Service Partnerships have been in existence afore the global breakout of COVID-19 Pandemic as an essential mechanism to expand and accelerate municipal service delivery in the local government sphere. However, once the National Lockdown was put in place by the state president Cyril Ramaphosa on the 26 of March 2020, many South African municipalities were and still are pushed to look for assistance from their partners in the private sector in order to help with addressing the (...)
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    Rethinking the Development of Social Policy in Front of the Millennium Goals. Changing Programs and Speeches as Alternatives to the Official Message.Oscar Gonzalez Muñoz & Bertha Alicia Arce Castro - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 2:86-92.
    This article focuses on Mexicans, socially perceived as poor, and the impact of social policy in force in the second decade of the 21st century, focused on improving the living conditions of the population, living in poverty and facing the national democratic process, which represents the alternative of change to the national conditions in Mexico. A country with social inequalities, where the lack of guaranteeing equal living conditions through institutional frameworks that guarantee opportunities and access to common satisfiers is evident. (...)
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    Exploring the Performance of Shared-Value Banking at Discovery Bank: A Leadership Perspective.Mahomed Shoaib Omar & Jeremiah Madzimure - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 2:36-45.
    The concept of shared value was born out of a determined effort to find methods for the corporate sector and society to grow while being sustainable. Often, banks are criticised for focusing on maximising shareholder value and not addressing societal issues or creating value for society. However, corporate shared value in banking is beginning to be embraced in the financial banking sector. Discovery Bank is a new-to-market entrant in the South African banking sector that has implemented shared-value banking to distinguish (...)
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  26. The Effect of Employee Value Proposition on Normative Commitment.Nompilo Phungula, Nelesh Dhanpat & Roslyn de Braine - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 2:46-57.
    Organisations continuously seek opportunities to be more productive through the human capital they employ. A firm offering of the employee value proposition and understanding of employee commitment could enable organisations to have committed employees that enjoy their work and are oriented towards a growth trajectory. This study sought to examine the effect of the EVP on normative commitment in a parastatal organisation. A quantitative research approach was selected to explore the research objectives. The research instruments comprised of value attributes scale (...)
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    Assessing the Effectiveness of Compliance Inspection in Ensuring the Quality of ICT Products and Services: A Case of the Compliance Department at ICASA.Rachel Molatelo Ramahlo, Anton M. Pillay & Jeremiah Madzimure - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 2:15-25.
    This study assesses the effectiveness of compliance inspection in ensuring the quality of ICT products and services at the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa. The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa is an independent regulatory body of the South African government, established in 2000 by the ICASA Act to regulate both the telecommunications and broadcasting sectors in the public interest. The ICASA approved label, found on internationally manufactured products, implies the products meet quality standards, stipulated by ICASA. A qualitative (...)
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    A Critical Evaluation of Thomas Isidore Noel Sankara’s Servant Leadership Style of Government in Burkina-Faso.Shaka Yesufu - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 2:93-102.
    Many authors have written and documented this illustrious and selfless son of the African continent, highlighting his unique kind of leadership different from the one that the African continent has ever experienced for a generation. His style of leadership for four years as president of Burkina Faso eclipsed several African despots and corrupt leaders before and after Thomas Sankara. This article has three purposes as follows: first, to explore and celebrate the short-lived life of Thomas Sankara, and his legacies. Second, (...)
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  29. Performance of Exploratory Structural Equation Model (ESEM) in Detecting Differential Item Functioning.Musa Adekunle Ayanwale - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 1:58-73.
    The validity of a standardised test is questioned if an irrelevant construct is accounted for the performance of examinees, which is wrongly modeled as the ability in the construct. A test must ensure precision in the examinee's ability irrespective of their sub-population in any demographic variables. This paper explored the potentials of gender and school location as major covariates on the West African Examinations Council mathematics items among examinees using Exploratory Structural Equation Modeling. The results remarked that the test is (...)
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    How Queen Mother Moore Constructed Black Communities and Identity.Henry Jacob - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 1:74-80.
    This essay contends that Audley Moore, an understudied civil rights activist, built both ideological and physical spaces of Black empowerment in response to the racism she encountered in the places she visited. After a brief literature review, this essay turns to the author’s research on a 1978 oral history interview with Moore. Using this archive as a foundation, this essay follows Moore to three locations in the U.S.: Louisiana, Harlem, and the Catskills. This article starts with Moore’s home state to (...)
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  31. SADC and ECOWAS's Peace and Security Architecture Preparedness and the COVID-19 Pandemic.Juliet Eileen Joseph - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 1:16-30.
    The coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic remains a global security threat, as the result of the emerging and exacerbated security challenges that have impacted on the national security policies of various regional economic communities. This study analyses SADC and ECOWAS’ responses to the Covid-19 pandemic under their respective existing peace and security structures and explores if both RECs, SADC and ECOWAS have been efficient. This article discusses the Southern African and West African security setting, how its security architecture emerged and whether (...)
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  32. Investigatation of YouTube as an Online Platform Used During Remote Learning Forced by COVID-19.Jeremiah Madzimure - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 1:43-49.
    The main aim of this study was to investigate online platforms, specifically YouTube, suitable for remote learning, forced by covid-19 from traditional face-to-face to online learning. To achieve the study's objectives, which are to investigate the effectiveness of remote learning, general students’ feelings have about online education, lecturer's efficiency in using online tools to teach, and student's ability to adapt to online learning, the study employed a qualitative method where three videos with content relevant for a post-graduate diploma in higher (...)
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    Re-Examining the Notion of Local Economic Development (LED) Post Democratization: Anticipated Outputs, Impediments and Future Expectation.Daniel N. Mlambo, Tsakie P. Manganyi & Jabu H. Mphurpi - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 1:31-42.
    This article critically assesses the notion of Local Economic Development and utilizes South Africa as a case of reference, through which the conceptualization and underpinnings, associated with LED, are understood. South Africa has come through what one may call three waves of development change, which comprise the apartheid period, the transition period and the post-apartheid era. During both the apartheid and transition period, South Africa was at war with itself and neighbouring countries and economic growth, resources, employment and service delivery (...)
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  34. The Influence of the Motivation Theory on Women Startup Enterprises in Kigali.Simon Nsengimana & Visvanathan Naicker - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 1:3-15.
    Achievement motivation refers to the attainment of business goals. An entrepreneur can receive a reward from the achievement motivation in terms of intrinsic or extrinsic rewards. However, due to cultural norms, stereotyping, and patriarchy, Rwandan women face difficulties when starting a business. Some women broke the glass ceiling and launched their businesses amidst many challenges. A quantitative method guided this study. The survey collected 409 questionnaires from purposively selected women-owned SMEs in Kigali. The findings indicate the challenges they faced, such (...)
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    Critiquing American Structural Racism: A Comparative Analysis of the Cases of Muhammed Ali and Collin Kaepernick.Anton M. Pillay & Jeremiah Madzimure - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 1:81-89.
    In fighting for justice and equality in the face of American institutional racism, Muhammed Ali became an internationally known and respected figure. His 1976 auto-biography, The Greatest, with Richard Dunham and edited by Toni Morrison is a fast paced and well written book. It showcases the intellect, humanity, and determination behind the globally recognized icon. The auto-biography is interesting in the sense that it places boxing on the periphery and instead focuses on Ali’s struggles and disappointments, to be recognized as (...)
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    The Role of Technical Vocational Education and Training Colleges (TVET) in Higher Education Teaching: A Higher Education Provided at Basic Education Standard.Mokoko Piet Sebola - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 1:50-57.
    The paper investigates the role of Technical Vocational Education Training Colleges in the provision of higher education in South Africa. The Technical Vocational Education Training Colleges are classified with universities as providers of higher education in South Africa’s education system under the Post School Education and Training system. The status of a Technical Vocational Education Training College as an institution of higher learning is very questionable, however, many scholars do not prefer to enter that terrain of the argument. In this (...)
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    The Scourge of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) on Women Plaguing South Africa.Shaka Yesufu - 2022 - EUREKA: Social and Humanities 1:96-100.
    Despite the existence of a constitutional legal framework, criminal sanctions to address violent behaviour by men are not enough. The killing of women by men has reached a disproportionate crescendo in South Africa. It is critical, that as a society we denounce the continuation of this trend and address the underlying causes of violent masculinity and physical abuse against women. Social norms, religious and traditional values, patriarchy, and gender relationships contribute to dominant notions of masculinity, which eventually undermine women's inalienable (...)
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