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P. Saal, M.A. Graham
Saal, P. & Graham, M.A. (2023) ICT perceptions and self-efficacy of maths and non-maths teachers. (Paper presented at the Southern Africa Mathematical Sciences Association conference, Pretoria, 21-24 November). http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/22730
South African mathematics teachers face greater challenges in integrating technology than their non-mathematics peers, highlighting the need for specialised ICT training in mathematical sciences.
Mathekga, J. (2023) Political economy of foreign direct investments in Africa: critical reflections. In: Iloh, E.C., Aniche, E.T. & Azom, S.N. (eds).African political economy in the twenty-first century: theories, perspectives, and issues. ( Africa: Past, Present & Prospects). Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books. 293-307. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/22731
This chapter aims to highlight that, in the context of neoliberalism and globalisation, Africa has been a rise in FDIs from all corners of the world. FDIs have contributed to Africa's economic growth, infrastructure development and job creation. However, FDIs has, to some extent, affected domestic businesses; and it creates…
S.J. Yende, Z.M. Mthombeni
Yende, S.J. & Mthombeni, Z.M. (2023) The cost of equality: analyzing the unforeseen financial strains of fee-free higher education in South Africa. E-Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (EHASS). 4(11):1380-1390. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/22721
In the past, many South African students found it difficult to pursue higher education due to the high expense of tuition, which also restricted their prospects for development on both a personal and professional level. Fee-free education has helped to level the playing field and provide equal access to education, regardless of…
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