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Factors associated with divorce and its effects on children: implications for social work in Botswana (2016-08-03)This research explores factors associated with divorce, the implications of divorce on the livelihoods of children in Botswana, as well as the role of social workers. A comprehensive review of literature was done to ...
A critical evaluation of the effectiveness of employee assistance programme in Tanzania: a case study of African Barrick Gold Mine (2016-08-03)Over the past seven years, Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) have been functioning in another form in the Tanzania mining sector within Human Resource Management. However, there are only few comprehensive studies ...
(2016-08-03)The study seeks to gain insight and understanding into the problem of school dropout in junior secondary schools in Botswana. Primary school pupils together with junior secondary school pupils constitute the basic education ...
Evaluating the effectiveness of performance management system (PMS) on teachers’ performance in Junior Secondary Schools of Botswana: a case study of Kweneng region (2016-08-03)The effective management of public sector is an area of concern for most governments. Many countries have endeavoured to improve the effectiveness of their public sectors so as to meet the international standards. Consequently, ...
Strange bed fellows or a match made in heaven?: the basis of Botswana’s foreign policy toward the USA 1966 - 2014 (2016-08-03)This study investigates the basis of Botswana’s Foreign Policy towards the United States of America (USA). It traces Botswana’s foreign policy behaviour and decisions made in its interactions and dealings with the USA. The ...