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Launch of Work-Family Arrangements Study Online Survey


The survey, the first of its kind in South Africa, will obtain information on work-family arrangements in a sample of South African organisations. This information will relate to topics such as flexible working arrangements (working from home, flexi-time, job sharing etc), leave arrangements (leave to attend to sick children, maternity and paternity leave etc) and information on other supportive arrangements offered by employers. The sample comprises those organisations listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) that fall within the parameters set for the final sample.

The use of web questionnaires is becoming increasingly utilised in survey methodology and presents interesting and unique challenges for researchers.

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Zuma: Can Africa be stable and prosperous - New Zimbabwe.com


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It seems to me that there is a perception in many countries in Africa that in recent years the South African government, and yourself, are no longer deeply passionate about and committed to African unity, cohesion,...

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Retrieved: Thu, Oct 2, 2014

Pharmaceutical industry and economic health - BusinessDay


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This projected growth is a reflection of economic strength accompanied by increased health care spending as the economies of several African countries are growing faster than anywhere else in the World outside China. ... Notwithstanding its...

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Retrieved: Thu, Oct 2, 2014

Analysis: ANC will never take people of SA for granted - Zuma - The New Age Online


Analysis: ANC will never take people of SA for granted - Zuma
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EP: Mr President, allow me first of all to congratulate you and the ANC on your overwhelming electoral victory. However, it has lost some support in certain key metropolitan areas. What does the ANC need to do to...

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Retrieved: Thu, Oct 2, 2014

We're not ready for Ebola - Noseweek


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South Africa's record in its initial handling of the HIV/Aids pandemic – without antiretroviral drugs – and the burgeoning spread of extremely/extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR-TB) casts doubt on the country's capacity to cope with Ebola ...
...

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Retrieved: Thu, Oct 2, 2014

LETTER: E-cigarettes are safer - BDlive


LETTER: E-cigarettes are safer
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As a pioneer in the fight against smoking, South Africa has an opportunity with e-cigarettes to get the balance right between safeguarding the health of the public and ensuring people have access to a smoke-free alternative that has the potential to ...
...

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Retrieved: Thu, Oct 2, 2014

LETTER: SOEs must be run by professionals - BDlive


BDlive
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South Africa's model, in which a government department, run by bureaucrats, oversees billions of rand in public investments in SOEs, is probably not the best model. The government's objective to be an active shareholder can also be...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Thu, Oct 2, 2014

LETTER: Hopes for land reform - BDlive


LETTER: Hopes for land reform
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South Africans will agree that land is a national asset that must be distributed among the citizens of this country. ... It can also help to determine the correct figures on land ownership, as it will limit or prevent foreigners from owning land in ...
...

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Retrieved: Thu, Oct 2, 2014


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