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  • James Ferguson Anti Political Machine Analysis

    To what extent can Development be understood as an “anti-politics machine”? Nowadays as in the past, many activists in the fields of the human rights approach to development – that James Ferguson regards as “the academic Left” (Ferguson 1990: 269) tout-court – have seen the state as “[…] the chief counter-force to the capitalistic logics of the market and the chief instrument for bringing about progressive economics transformations”, and by doing so “leftists have too often been willing to take…

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  • Fiji Climate Change

    natural water to clean out all the harmful acid rain that is hurting the island's ecosystem and more natural for our that is hurting the island's ecosystem and more natural alkaline. Highlands Water Project is a series of dams constructed jointly by Lesotho and South Africa to redirect Lesotho's abundant water supply into a rapidly growing area in South Africa; while it is the largest infrastructure project in southern Africa, it is also the most costly and controversial, objections to the…

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  • M Commerce Case Study

    technology to collect and pay. They have been given what they needed by tools they already had and handled. Kenya and M-Pesa have become, therefore, a reference for the processes of banking for the rest of Africa. In fact it already jumped in Tanzania, Lesotho, Mozambique or Egypt and, what can mark a before and after, has landed in Asia by launching in India and Europe with its bridgehead in Romania. Despite this, in some countries there are still many barriers to overcome. Companies that…

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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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  • Pick N Pay Case Analysis

    2. Competitive Strategy A company’s competitive strategy deals exclusively with the specifics of management’s game plan for competing successfully - its specific efforts to please customers, strengthen its market position, counter the maneuvers of rivals, respond to shifting market conditions, and achieve a particular kind of competitive advantage, (Thompson, et al., 2014). In order to do this, companies have over the years adopted various approaches and techniques. Such techniques fall into…

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  • AIDS In Sub-Saharan Africa

    generally viewed as the "epicenter" of the worldwide HIV plague. In 2012, Swaziland had the most elevated HIV predominance rate of any nation on the planet (26.5 percent). HIV commonness is likewise high in Botswana with 23 percent infection and Lesotho with…

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  • Advantages And Limitations Of The Garment Industry In South Africa

    purpose of reducing costs and expanding markets. These retailers determine orders and prices within the industry and they choose with source of supply they want, whether from domestic production, import or outward FDI to lower cost countries such as Lesotho. As a consequence, profit is not equally distributed through the value chain but ‘concentrated on the retail end’ (Westhuizen, 2006, pp.…

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  • Death Penalty Pros And Cons

    BELARUS, BELIZE, BOTSWANA, CHAD, CHINA, COMOROS, CONGO (Democratic Republic), CUBA, DOMINICA, EGYPT, EQUATORIAL GUINEA, ETHIOPIA, GAMBIA, GUATEMALA, GUINEA, GUYANA, INDIA, INDONESIA, IRAN, IRAQ, JAMAICA, JAPAN, JORDAN, KOREA (North), KUWAIT, LEBANON, LESOTHO, LIBYA, MALAYSIA, NIGERIA, OMAN, PAKISTAN, PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY, QATAR, RUSSIA, SAINT KITTS & NEVIS, SAINT LUCIA, SAINT VINCENT & GRENADINES, SAUDI ARABIA, SINGAPORE, SOMALIA, SOUTH SUDAN, SUDAN, SYRIA, TAIWAN, THAILAND, TRINIDAD AND…

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  • Human Trafficking In Africa

    Think back to a time in third grade when the teacher stood at the head of the class and began talking about the horrors of slavery. On March 25th, 1807, the Trans-Atlantic slave trade was abolished (Thipanyane). But when one door closes, another door opens. The general consensus was that slavery was a thing of the past, but a new form of slavery has emerged. Human trafficking is just modernized slavery happening beneath the noses of governments across the world. This is a particular problem…

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  • The Kaapvaal Craton

    Africa geology for Mining, Metallurgical, Hydrological & Civil Engineering.McGraw-Hill Book Company, Johannesburg. Visser, D.J.L. (1989).The geology of the republics of South Africa, Transkei, Bophuthatswana, Venda and Ciskei and the kingdoms of Lesotho and Swaziland.Government printer, South…

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