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The interrelationships of violence - from the transnational to the domestic. Experiences of refugee women in Cape Town
(University of the Western Cape, 2008)
Although gender-based violence has been identified as highly problematic in South Africa, it has not been given much scholarly attention in relation to refugee women. This study focuses on the experience of some of these ...
Experiences of Zimbabweans on the provision of health care at selected public health care centers in Cape Town, 1994-2009
(University of the Western Cape, 2015)
There is a widely held assumption that immigrants have difficulties in accessing public health care services in South Africa. This assumption derives from the experiences of some immigrants in accessing public health care ...
Xenophobia and the media: an investigation into the textual representation of black ‘foreigners’ in the daily sun, a South Africa tabloid (February 2008 - December 2008)
(University of the Western Cape, 2014)
This mini-thesis is a discourse analysis of the representations of black ‘foreigners’ in the media with reference to xenophobia. In this specific context, the study investigates and analyses the textual representations of ...
Empregados do Quintal (male domestic workers) in Nampula city: Domestic work, masculinities and matrilinearity
(University of the Western Cape, 2018)
This study questions why domestic work that is generally considered a feminine job is yet a field dominated by men in the city of Nampula, Mozambique. In the attempt to explain this phenomenon, the research explores economic, ...
An investigation of the integration of foreign migrants into South African community: A case of Zimbabweans living in Luyoloville and New Rest in Gugulethu, Cape Town.
(University of the Western Cape, 2016)
According to migrant research in South Africa, after the advent of democracy in South Africa, in 1994, the country has received an influx of foreign migrants, more especially from the African continent. However, much focus ...