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Perceptions of empowerment: a study of muslim women living in the greater Cape Town Metropole
(University of the Western Cape, 2011)
This thesis is a small scale in depth exploration into the perceptions of power held by eight Muslim women residing in the Cape Town Metropole area. Using a Qualitative Feminist approach the study aimed to explore and shed ...
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 ...
"Access to tertiary education": Exploring the experiences of women with physical disabilities in Kamwala, Zambia
(University of the Western Cape, 2017)
Women with disabilities are marginalised in many aspects of societal participation. The majority of women with disabilities in Zambia do not have access to education and this has placed them amongst the poorest of people ...
Women and Law in Malawi: The experiences of women seeking child maintenance at Lilongwe Child Justice Court
(University of Western Cape, 2020)
Malawi is endowed with a progressive, transformative and comprehensive legal and policy framework that guarantees the promotion and protection of human rights and justice for its citizenry, including women. The country ...