LSSR Volume 5 No 2

 

Recent Submissions

  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...

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