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Employees’ perceptions towards workplace diversity in a financial institution operating in the Western Cape
Although South Africa is 18 years into creating a unique diversity management strategy, individuals - directly affected by diversity in organisation will differ completely from those individuals that have not been affected ...
Race and employee engagement in a diversified South African retail group
(University of Western Cape, 2014)
Background: Many South African companies are faced with the challenge of integrating a racially-diverse workforce into a white-dominated environment. This research sets out to assess the relationship between race and ...
Ethical leadership: an assessment of the level of moral reasoning of managers in a South African short-term insurance company
(University of Western Cape, 2013)
Against the background of major corporate scandals internationally and in South Africa, questions are being asked about the level of morality of leaders in organisations. This study assessed the level of moral reasoning ...
Problematizing 'victim's justice' : political reform in post-genocide Rwanda
(University of the Western cape, 2016)
In this dissertation, I problematize 'victim's justice' in post-genocide Rwanda. I argue that the kind of justice that was meted out in post-genocide Rwanda, namely victors' justice and complementary to it – victims’ ...