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Experiences of gender and power relations among a group of black women holding leadership positions: a case study of six government departments in the Western Cape
(University of the Western Cape, 2013)
In this study, I explored the experiences of gender and power relations among a group of black women holding leadership positions in six government departments in the Western Cape. South Africa is in a process of transition ...
An exploration of the link between selected women’s discourses and literacy resources in the working class township settlement of Wesbank, South Africa
South Africa became a globally recognised democratic country in need of a development agenda after its first democratic elections were held in 1994. Democratising South Africa, however, requires rigorous attempts to open ...
An investigation of community perceptions of the socioeconomic factors that hinder the empowerment of women in Belhar
The aim of this study is to examine the community’s perceptions of the factors that hamper the empowerment of women in post apartheid South Africa, particularly, women in Belhar community in the Western Cape. Of special ...