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  • Kamwendo, G.H.; Mooko, T. (Walter de Gruyter, http://www.degruyter.de, November, 2006)
    The article discusses language planning in two Southern African countries, Botswana and Malawi. Both countries are multilingual and multicultural. They also share a common British colonial history. At independence, ...
  • Kamwendo, G.H. (Routledge. http://www.informaworld.com, August, 2008)
    According to the Medical Council of Malawi, one of the conditions for a licence to be granted to an individual who wants to practise medicine in Malawi is the practitioner's ability to speak and write English fluently. ...
  • Mphale, Luke M. (Macrothink Institute, www.macrothink.org, March 19, 2014)
    The purpose of the study was to explore types of Leadership Capability Models used by managers of junior secondary schools in Botswana. The focus was to identify appropriate model(s) which can assist the school management ...
  • Pheko, B.C.; Kgosi Linchwe II (Routledge. http://www.informaworld.com, July, 2008)
    This article provides traditional and teachers' academic views on school leadership in Botswana. The traditional view is based on the practice used in the kgotla's system. This is a traditional way of engaging all people ...
  • Ntseane, P. G.; Youngman, F. (Development Policy Management Forum, http://www.dpmf.org, 2002)
    The paper is based on a study conducted in Botswana from June 2001 – February 2002 as part of an larger regional research project on Leadership, Civil Society and Democracy in Africa. In Botswana, the research was based ...
  • Maruatona, T. (SCE, http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/csce20, July, 2011)
    This paper analyses Botswana's commitment to lifelong learning policy and discusses how it can help the state achieve its vision for sustainable development. First, it argues that while Botswana is renowned for its economic ...
  • Maruatona, T. (Routledge http://www.informaworld.com, November, 2006)
    Lifelong learning has come to be internationally recognized as a framework in the development of sustainable education. However, in spite of rhetoric and its endorsement in some nations' policy documents, lifelong learning ...
  • Ketlhoilwe, M. J.; Jeremiah, K. (IJSRE, http://www.ijsre.com, June, 2010)
    Environment and sustainability issues are contemporary in educational innovations in institutions of higher education particularly in their core business regarding teaching, research and community engagement. The introduction ...
  • Nitza, A.; Chilisa, B.; Makwinja-Morara, V. (Routledge. http://www.informaworld.com, June, 2010)
    This article describes a small group intervention for HIV/AIDS prevention among adolescent girls in Botswana. The psychoeducational group model is designed to empower girls to overcome the gender inequality that puts women ...
  • Malope, P.; Gobotswang, K.; Gabaitire, L.; Ntseane, P. (Botswana College of Agriculture; http://www.bca.bw/Research/bojaasBca/Bojass_JournalsIndex1.htm, January, 2007)
    With an estimated 38% of the sexually active population infected, Botswana has one of the highest prevalence rates of HIV and AIDS. Since HIV and AIDS affect the most productive section of the population, it is expected ...
  • Monyatsi, P.P. (Kamla-Raj Enterprises, http://www.krepublishers.com, 2006)
    Productivity is the buzzword in all organizations worldwide. Organizations, including schools are busy trying to enhance the productivity of their employees by introducing a number of interventions or incentives. One of ...
  • Chilisa, B. (Taylor & Francis, http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals, 2002)
    The article critiques pregnancy policies in the education systems in sub-Saharan Africa. Policies discussed are divided into expulsion, re-entry and continuation policies. Arguing from the standpoint of theories of oppression, ...
  • Chilisa, B. (Routledge, http://www.informaworld.com, March, 2002)
    The article critiques pregnancy policies in the education systems in sub-Saharan Africa. Policies discussed are divided into expulsion, re-entry and continuation policies. Arguing from the standpoint of theories of oppression, ...
  • Chilisa, B. (National Council on Measurement in Education. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com, December, 1999)
    The study briefly looks at the new developments in the national examination system in Botswana. With this new system, the government opted for a criterion-referenced testing (CRT) model for primary and junior secondary ...
  • Kamwendo, G. H. (Nordic Association of African Studies. http://www.njas.helsinki.fi, 2006)
    In 1994, South Africans of all races and political parties took part in the first democratic elections. The election and inauguration of Nelson Mandela as the first black president marked the beginning of a new era - an ...
  • Disele, P.L.P.; Peters, S.; Masoloko, T.; Shumba, A. (Office of Research and Development, University of Botswana; http://www.ub.bw, 2001)
    The new millennium has come but we are not healthy: the Human Immuno-deficiency VIruS (HIV) IS taking its toll. It is critical for everyone to find ways of coping with this problem, along side campaigns to eradicate the ...
  • Mahgoub, S.E.O. (AFAHPER-SD; see http://www.ajol.info/journal_index.php?jid=153, 1998)
    Nutrition and health are closely related to each other. Adequate nutrition leads to good or normal health. The focus of this paper is on the interaction of, and relationships between, nutrition and infection (as a health aspect).
  • Koosimile, A.T. (Taylor & Francis, http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals, March 19, 2004)
    This paper sets out to identify some key problems, issues and challenges relating to out-of-school experiences of learners in science teaching that emerged during classroom observations in schools in Botswana. Generally, ...
  • Pansiri, O.N.; Bulawa, P. (Canadian Center of Science and Education, http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ies, March, 2013)
    The idea of involving parents in the school system is universal and as old as the history and philosophy of education itself. This study investigated the public school headteachers’ experiences and perceptions about the ...
  • Dinama, B. (IJSRE, http://www.ijsre.com, June, 2012)
    This study investigated the classroom practices of moral education (ME) teachers in three (3) of the ten (10) Botswana senior secondary schools that are piloting the curriculum. The aim of the study was to gain insight ...

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