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  • Fraternal Polyandry: The Ideal Form Of Marriage

    What is marriage? To many of us marriage is defined as the contractual union between a man and a woman in which they are bound to one another and also share responsibilities ranging from the establishment of a sexual relationship, child-rearing to financial responsibilities. Generally, we can define marriage in 2 ways, namely: 1. Conjugal: “A conjugal relationship concentrates on the universal core functions of marriage, which are usually related to control of or rights over sexual activity, and…

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  • Cross-Border Migration To South Africa Case Study

    Cross-border migration in the sub Saharan region can be traced back to as early as the 1950s in which migrants from the SADC migrated to South Africa in search of employment opportunities with over 260 000 labour migrants in 1970 (Crush et al., 2005). However, during the apartheid regime in South Africa, citizens were not allowed to travel across international boundaries so as foreign visitors were not allowed to enter the country (Boyd, 1989; Makina, 2012b; Chereni, 2014). The post-apartheid…

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  • What Is Conjugal Marriage?

    In order to understand the concept of jugal marriage, the concept of conjugal marriage should be identified. Conjugal marriage is a marriage in which the relationship is seen as a stable union of two people who have the rights over sexual activity of the other as well as legitimising their children. The jugal definition of marriage is when the marriage of two people is predetermined through an exchange of rights, status, goods, money or obligations. The marriage is a form of transaction meaning…

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  • Maternity Leave Analysis

    the 168 countries on which I collected data-for Harvard University’s Project on Global Working Families and at Mc Gill University-164 have found a way to guarantee paid maternity leave. The only ones that haven’t are Papua, New Guinea, Swaziland, Lesotho and the United States.” Not only does this statement provide specific facts and information pertaining the topic of maternity leave, it also displays the credibility of the information she, herself, researched for Harvard and Mc Gill University.…

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  • Informative Speech On Cheetahs

    Cheetahs are the fastest land animals in the world with a maximum speed of 75 miles per hour. But did you know that the “South African cheetah is extinct in Lesotho, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Malawi” as said in wikipedia.. Have you heard that an adult South African cheetahs can be 28 to 35 inches tall at the top of the shoulder. They are also a total length of 63 to 73 inches and weigh between 46 to 160 pounds. The scientific name for a South African cheetah is an Acinonyx…

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  • Nelson Mandela Ethical Issues

    The transition from apartheid to democracy in South Africa leading into the general election of 1994 was turbulent, to say the least. The election itself was marred by car bombings, among other incidents, but the outcome was widely expected. The 77 year old Mandela’s inauguration was televised to a billion viewers worldwide and attended by world leaders of various backgrounds, signifying to the world at large how important an event the election had been. The task at hand, the reconciliation of…

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  • Diversity In Africa

    Africa. Temperate grassland covers most of Southern Africa. Montains and wet grassland are situated around the Lakes Victoria, Tanganyika, and Malawi which hold a quarter of the world's supply of fresh drinking water. With ski resorts in Algeria, Lesotho and South Africa and Morocco to Deserts in Ethiopia, Kenya and Djibouti... Tropical rainforest in Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic and more... We see Africa as one country yet look at how diverse and…

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  • Peace Corps Research Paper

    There are few things more life changing than joining the Peace Corps, and it isn't just your life that you are changing. By joining the Peace Corps you are bringing aid to the millions across the world that need it, gaining important leadership skills, and strengthening the bonds across the entirety of the international community. The Peace Corps is one of many organizations dedicated to bringing aid to those in need, but they have been doing it longer than most. They have been at it for more…

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  • Differences Between China And Bolivia

    China and Bolivia have indeed gone through several trade negotiations but, as stated above, there has never been an FTA between these two countries, so normally most of the trade executed has had high tariffs on most products, which is a huge setback for SOME Bolivian sectors of production when it comes to export products to China, such as the textile manufacturing sector. However, since 1979 China has been initiating and maintaining several trade agreements with several countries, from which…

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  • Low Life Expectancy Essay

    the United Kingdom it is 80.42 years (Life Expectancy for Countries, 2014). Life expectancy in developing countries is significantly lower than that of developed countries, for example, in the United States of America it is 79.56 years where as in Lesotho it is 52.65 (ibid). Physical causes are not the only reasons for low life expectancy; there are psychological causes as well. Both are dangerous in different ways. The two main causes are: Bad Mental Health and Smoking. This essay will discuss…

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