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|Higher education in Mozambique: a case study
||Mario, Mouzinho; Fry, Peter; Levey, Lisbeth A.; Chilundo, Arlindo
|Restore, reform but do not transform: the gender politics of higher education in Africa
|Tips on human resource selection and training in organizations for national development.
||Maicibi, Alhas, N.
|The applicability of Herzberg's two -factor theory on the junior non-academic staff of Makerere University.
||Onen, David; Maicibi, Alhas, N.
|The impact of HIV and AIDS on higher education institutions in Uganda
||Katahoire, Anne R.; Kirumira, Edward K.
|Role of the Sudanese higher education institutions in the peace building process
||Mohamed, Abdelrahim O.; Elnur, Tahani; Algbar, Rafia Abd
|Some thoughts about tertiary education in Nigeria: historical lessons from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology ( LAUTECH )
||Oke, Olusegun L.; Ajirotutu, Cheryl S.
|Challenges and pressures facing the academic profession in South Africa
|Talent management, work engagement and service quality orientation of support staff in a higher education institution
||Barkhuizen, Nicolene; Mogwere, Puleng; Schutte, Nico
|An exploration of stereotype perceptions amongst support staff within a South African higher education institution
||Moloto, G.R.B; Brink, L; Nel, J.A
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