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"The design of inclusive participatory systems in highly diverse societies : a case study on the usage of the C3 notification system in Langa, Cape Town"
(University of the Western Cape, 2015)
In recent years the concept of public participation has been embraced by governments around the world to promote citizen involvement in decision making processes both to deepen local democracy and to ensure greater ...
The promotion of skills retention – a case study of the city of Cape Town's skills development strategy
The lack of skills and capacity has been cited as one of the key reasons for organisations failing to recruit staff, with 81% of companies in South Africa experiencing recruitment challenges. More specifically, the problem ...
Gender equity and change management in the diversity equity department at the City of Cape Town.
(University of the Western Cape, 2009)
The problem investigated in this study is that gender equity and change management in the City of Cape Town and in particularly the Diversity Equity and Change Management Department, has not been adequately assessed and a ...
Evaluating processes for curbing workplace substance abuse within the city of Cape Town. Case study: safety and security directorate.
The City of Cape Town Municipality is the implementing agent of service delivery and developmental programmes. The importance and impact of the services and programmes are imperative to the citizens it serves; thus, the ...