|Statement||by Neville Pule and Khabele Matlosa (Dept. of Political and Administrative Studies, National University of Lesotho).|
|Contributions||Matlosa, K. T., National University of Lesotho. Dept. of Political and Administrative Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1075.5.L5 P85 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||82 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||98982386|
C. Sweetman, “The Miners Return: Changing Gender Relations in Lesotho’s Ex-Migrants’ Families” Gender Analysis in Development Series No. 9, University of East Anglia, ; N. Pule and K. Matlosa, The Impact of Retrenched Returnees on Gender Relations in Rural Lesotho (Addis Ababa:Cited by: 9. A great concern of mine is that rural women in Lesotho have the potential to contribute a lot more to the household but are not allowed to do so, due to prevailing gender norms and relations, especially now that men are at home and reasserting themselves as heads of households. Electoral System Reform and Implications for Gender Equality. ‘The Impact of Retrenched Returnees on Gender. Relations in Rural Lesotho’.Author: Khabele Matlosa. Socio-economic impacts of mine retrenchments on household livelihoods in Lesotho. A Study Presented to the School of Development Studies Faculty of Humanities University of Witwatersrand In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts in Development Studies By Nthabiseng Molefe P May
This study examines the gender aspects of household dynamics in rural households in Mafeteng, Lesotho. It was inspired by the impact of changes resulting from the major retrenchment of Basotho men from South African mines which has coincides with the employment of a large number of women in relatively newly established textile industry. Dec 27, · Migration Shocks: Integrating Lesotho’s Retrenched Migrant Miners. entrepreneurship as a means of utilizing Lesotho’s comparative advantages to generate domestic employment and absorb retrenched and prospective migrant mine workers. The role of the non-farm sector in rural development in Lesotho, The Journal of Modern African. Dealing with the Effects of a Retrenchment. Last year, South Africa experienced what was described as the country's largest ever retrenchment crisis with thousands of people having lost their jobs as a result of either formal or informal layoffs. Implications of Retrenchment on Human Resource Personnel and its Functions: A Case of Mines in Masvingo Province Maunganidze F Baguma and Matagi () conducted a study in Uganda to assess the impact of retrenchment in the Ugandan gender, and marital status, the more likely they were to report physical health problems to seek treatment.
Gender and development in Africa: Roundup of recent research By these models have neglected the deeper historical understanding of processes which have shaped the gender relations and dynamics that emerged in the years following independence in Africa. This myopic approach to research also implicitly assumes that gender relations have. Unemployment is a familiar burden of our age. Today’s world is characterised by globalisation, and the unemployment problem has become worldwide. It is endemic in both developed and developing countries. But for developing countries, this problem brings more challenges like increased poverty and complications such as political, economic and social instability. The Impact of Old Age Pension on Households and Social Relationships in Lesotho. recipients in rural areas were interviewed. period for this bookChina's central government went a long Author: Pius Tangwe Tanga. Retrenchment is a major issue for the Southern African mining industry.! Economics and safety necessitate a switch from labour to equipment! South Africa alone retrenchment of over , mineworkers in past decade removing over R50,, from local economies. For many this was their only cash economy.! Has caused huge social and economic.