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  • Tuane, `Maletela (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 1999)
    The 1995 Lesotho Safe Motherhood Initiative Women’s Health Survey is used to analyse thereasons women who were at the risk of conception were giving for not using contraceptivemethods and the characteristics of women who ...
  • Mensah, S.N-A (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 1999)
    This paper uses secondary data to provide evidence of dwindling remittances from externalmigration in Lesotho and their effect on the poverty situation in an environment of increasingHIV/AIDS infection rates. It then argues ...
  • Motlomelo, S.T. (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 1999)
    The paper begins by showing that repetition of grades is a serious problem facing primaryschools in Lesotho. It shows that repetition of grades is costly and also interferes with thesmooth running of the schools. ...
  • Oguntade, Olufemi O. (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 1999)
    Some contemporary problems in human resource management are considered vis-à-visemployee empowerment, affective commitment and interpreneurial performance. The idea isto evolve organisationally aligned ...
  • Mokhahlane, Michael Phakiso (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 1999)
    In this article, the intention is to focus attention on apartheid language policy in schools inSouth Africa, and how this in turn contributed to the collective behavioural episodes of theSoweto youth rebellion in 1976. ...
  • Maqutu, D. (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 1999)
    The human development index (HDI) is basically designed to reflect what the UNDPconsiders as 3 key components of human development, namely longevity, knowledge anddecent standard of living ...
  • Meshach, Aziakpono (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 2000)
    This paper estimated a money demand function for Lesotho by employing the Engle-Grangercointegration and error correction techniques. The results show that the broad moneydefinition exhibited a stable ...
  • Rakotsoane, Francic C.L. (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 2000)
    Interracial marriages are among features that characterize the post-apartheid South Africa.Although nothing of serious concern has so far been said about such marriages, a generalremark from many white people involved in ...
  • Olufemi, Oguntade O. (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 2000)
    This is an expository paper on the current trends in performance management. It explores themeaning of performance management and provides the key components of a performancemanagement system. It then proceeds to show how ...
  • Tsikoane, Tumelo; Ntho, ’Mamoeketsi N. E. (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 2000)
    Based on secondary sources, authors’ own observation and impromptu/informal conversationwith mourners at various funerals over the past five years, this article documents discerniblechanges and trends in funerary practices ...
  • Modo, V.O. (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 2000)
    The paper observes the on-going social science debate about the total superiority of orthodoxmedicine to traditional medicine; but takes it as advanced form of imperialist propaganda.The procedures followed by orthodox ...
  • Honu, Bright (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 2000)
    Quality of service indicators, a subset of performance measures, are becoming very importantfor a variety of reasons. Attempts at improving performance of public trading enterprise (alsocalled State Trading Enterprises) ...
  • Majoro, Moeketsi; Hoohlo, Setsomi (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 2000)
    Overtime, the cost of providing tertiary education at the National University of Lesotho hasescalated, particularly the share of Government subvention to the total cost. Government hasshouldered the burden of financing the ...
  • Mapetla, Ntsoaki (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 2000)
    The study uses data from the Zimbabwe Demographic Health Surveys of 1988 and 1999 toassess the magnitude of adolescent fertility. It also examines residential differentials inadolescent fertility, ...
  • Mat`seliso, A. Qhotsokoane (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 2000)
    This paper is a review on the medicinal uses of plant natural products with emphasis on theHelichrysum Genus which has been used as an illustrative example. The review is dividedinto four parts, the first part deals ...
  • Khoeli, Makhala (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 2000)
    The use of supplementary information on auxiliary variables correlated with the characterunder study is helpful as it reduces the variation in the estimates of the character under study,which in turn improves the ...
  • Makatjane, T. J. (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 2000)
    The present study investigated determinants of contraceptive use among Basotho women.More than three thousands women in their reproductive ages from Lesotho 1991/92demographic and health survey formed ...
  • Mashinini, V. I. (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 2000)
    Since its declaration as a national park in 1970, the Sehlabathebe National Park in theQacha’s Nek district in Lesotho has experienced poor sustainability of its wildlifeconservation ...
  • Aziakpono, Meshach J. (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 2001)
    This paper explores the argument that returns to individual of education increases the higherthe level of educational attainment by testing the standard human capital model using datafrom labour market survey of ...
  • Mukamaambo, Elizabeth Poloka (Lesotho Social Sciences Reviews, 2001)
    In recent years there have been debates on the need to empower women in all aspects ofhuman endeavour. One of the major empowering agents, which has occurred and whoseconsequences may have been viewed ...

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