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Privatisation in Botswana: a case of firsts not happening first?
(Macrothink Institute, en.macrothink.org/, 2012-03-01)
The late 1980s and early 1990s were characterised by unprecedented waves of privatisation in the world. Like other developing economies, Botswana jumped into the bandwagon and laid the legal framework for privatisation by ...
Comparative analysis of teachers’ perception of equity, pay satisfaction, affective commitment and intention to turnover in Botswana
(Macrothink Institute, en.macrothink.org/, 2010)
The purpose of the paper was to investigate the relationships between equity, pay satisfaction, affective commitment and intention to turnover among junior and senior secondary school teachers in Botswana. A total of 232 ...
Deep rooted conflicts and industrial relations interface in Botswana
(Macrothink Institute, en.macrothink.org/, 2012)
Conflict is inherently part of any industrial relations environment. With the advent of employee – management relations, conflict is bound to be and has always been present. This paper looks at conflict as it occurs in an ...
Does testing HIV negative encourage potentially dangerous beliefs? a study with young people in Botswana
(Academic Journals, www.academicjournals.org, 2010)
While it is assumed that HIV testing could contribute to the reduction of HIV infection rates, little if any research exists regarding whether HIV testing could inadvertently also contribute to the spread of HIV. The ...
I love my baby even unto death: child safety restraint use among drivers in Gaborone, Botswana
(Canadian Center of Science and Education, www.ccsenet.org, 2013)
This study examined the use of child safety restraints by drivers transporting children in Gaborone, Botswana. We observed 518 vehicles (329 male drivers, 189 female drivers) carrying children at four different locations ...