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Research outputs: PROFESSIONALISM
In this chapter, corruption is unravelled to underscore its conceptual meaning and ramifications. The chapter argues at length that corrupt...
2015 Directives used by senior female police officers in Lesotho: exploring the balance between culturally determined and professional interactional styles
The recent era of women's empowerment has seen women's gradual role-transition from traditional domestic roles to male-dominated professiona...
Is there merit in maintaining that since democracy South African black professionals change jobs more frequently than other professionals? J...