Mini dissertation university of pretoria
Mojapelo, Kedibone Irene (University of Pretoria, 2018) Introduction and background: There are two programmes that are both aimed at addressing work related and personal problems in the workplace, namely Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) and Occupational Social Work (OSW). It. Swanepoel M. Marné. The development of a centralised system for the Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) programme at the University of Pretoria. Swanepoel S. Shané. Modelling the causal analysis, prediction and control of gender-based violence in a relationship. Tar EA.
Ebrahim. Understanding women's motivation to apply for principalship in secondary schools by NF Kekana Student No. 28622121 Mini dissertation Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Education in the Faculty of Education at the University of Pretoria Supervisor: Prof V. Pillay 2015 i Declaration This dissertation focuses on. Academic freedom in Africa : a case for the interpretation of the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights as providing protection for the human right to academic freedom Masingi, Thabang (University of Pretoria, 2006) Examines the state of academic freedom in Africa and the extent to which it is protected. This collection contains research documents that presents the author's research and findings and is submitted in support of candidature for a final year undergraduate programme, an Honours degree, or as part of a Masters degree that involves course-work at the University of Pretoria, within the department indicated. From the Letter of Consent: This mini-dissertation is dedicated to the lives and times of my late uncle, Ramagohu Dalson Boshego, (1946-2002), who was very close to my heart but passed on after a long mental illness. May his soul rest in eternal peace and rise in glory. I would also like to dedicate this mini-dissertation to my mother Joyce Boshego, who Protection of witnesses in cases referred by the ICTR to Rwanda. Karumuna, Ophilia L. (University of Pretoria, 10-Oct) In 1994, Rwanda erupted into one of the most appalling cases of mass murder, leading to the death of about 800,000 Tutsi and moderate Hutus. On 8 November 1994, the United Nations Security Council (SC) established the. A mini-dissertation (MND 800) of 13 000 to 15 000 words inclusive of footnotes but excluding the list of contents and the bibliography, is required. The mini-dissertation must be submitted to the supervisor not later than August of the second year of registration for the LLM programme. (b) A mini-dissertation (MND 800) of 13 000 to 15 000 words inclusive of footnotes but excluding the list of contents and the bibliography, is required.
The mini-dissertation must be submitted to the supervisor not later than August of the second year of registration for the LLM programme. The mini-dissertation must deal with the subject. Mini-dissertation The mini-dissertation must comprise 13 000 – 15 000 words – including footnotes but excluding the list of contents and the bibliography The examination copies of the mini-dissertation to send out to the external examiners must be submitted to Student Administration not later than the end of October for the Autumn Graduation Ceremony, end of.