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  • The Importance Of Zulu Names

    usually give names “personal names” after a certain events or circumstance that were relevant at time of the child birth. IsiZulu is major Bantu language spoken in South Africa with the estimated 10 million speaker. Zulu’s are mostly found in KwaZulu Natal (KZN) region of South Africa. Names in African society have a meaning, unlike western names whose purpose is primary to label. These names are subjected to change as society change with time. This essay will look in the change of Zulu naming…

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  • Population Growth In South Africa Essay

    South Africa is a country located on the southernmost tip of the African continent. It is bordered by northern African countries such as Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Lesotho and Mozambique. Furthermore, as stated by the World Atlas (2015), South Africa covers 1 214 470 square kilometers of land and 4 620 square kilometers of water, making it the 25th largest nation in the world with a total area of 1 219 090 square kilometers. Because of its large population consisting of many…

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  • Causes Of Unsustainability In Food Packaging

    CHAPTER 1 The issue of global warming and climate change is one that affects every person living on this planet. As a global society, we are responsible for ensuring that our planet and our resources are sustained, not only for the benefit of our own lives, but for the lives of generations to come. The increasing rate of climate change and depletion of natural resources are a consequence of human negligence, and it is up to us to rectify this problem. Although unsustainable packaging only has…

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  • The Causes And Effects Of HIV/AIDS In South Africa

    South Africa has been most severely affected by the HIV epidemic, thereby having the highest HIV prevalence in the world (Pettifor et. al, 2011). When HIV was first discovered in South Africa, it affected a lot of the urban populations and spread to the rural parts of South Africa. Further, studies have found that HIV prevalence is much higher is urban townships and urban informal settings which are characterized by their poor economic infrastructures and larger social densities (Kalichman et.…

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  • Multilingualism Essay

    The Republic of South Africa, according to its first democratic constitution, officially speaks 11 languages, of which there are two West-Germanic languages (Afrikaans and English), and nine Bantu languages (isiNdebele, Sesotho, Sepedi, Setswana, siSwati, Tshivenda, Xitsonga, isiXhosa and isiZulu). Due to such diversity, South Africa represents a highly valuable source of information for studying the phenomenon of multilingualism. The essay will first focus on South Africa’s peculiar historical…

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  • Bhambayi Case Study

    the dirt roads. This peaceful atmosphere belies the complex nature of Bhambayi. The Bhambayi name came into being as a result of violent conflict and during the late 1980s and early 1990s it was known to be one of the most violent “hot spots” in Kwazulu Natal. The name “Bhambayi” is a corruption name derived from the word “Bombay” and bears testimony to the earliest occupants of this land. They incorporated an area known as the “Apex” or the Phoenix Settlement. This settlement was founded by…

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  • Importance Of Quantum Science

    Actually Useful: Quantum Sciences Since the beginning of documented history, humans have misjudged things as either harmful, stupid, or useless. Although quantum sciences are hard to understand, they are not stupid or useless. Quantum studies also lead to the betterment of society and the advancement of human life. Quantum sciences are neither useless nor wasteful theories; they affect us in many different ways like in technology, manufactured goods, and, surprisingly enough, exist in our…

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  • Broken Of Capitalism Research Paper

    How to fix what’s been broken? Capitalism focuses on the importance of private ownership in terms of an economic system. Key concepts associated with capitalism includes: private property, capital accumulation, competitive markets, wage labour and even voluntary exchange. In this paper I plan to assess the ways in which private property systems work to emphasize capitalism after which I will present the various ways in which resistance to this systemic oppression can eventually lead to its…

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  • Drivers Of Biodiversity Research Paper

    2.3 Conservation 2.3.1 Drivers of biodiversity loss Biodiversity is subjected to numerous forces that threaten the loss of species and the depaupering of natural resources (Brand et al., 2008). Biodiversity loss drivers (mechanisms that influence the extinction of a species) are generally encompassed in (but are not limited to): environmental stress, large environmental disturbances, extreme environmental conditions, severe limitation of resources, the introduction of non-native species, or…

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  • David Tlale Case Study

    an amazing first impression and I thought this is actually what I would like to study. Can you tell us more about your new show THE INTERN and how it came about? The Intern by David Tlale is a programme I conceptualised in 2012. It started in KwaZulu-Natal and I later ran it as a competition in Gauteng before it gained TV attention. The Intern is mostly focused on empowering young people and young designers who want to step up from being graduate students and get ready for the industry. Our…

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