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Naming and Explaining Two Laws or Legislation that Protect Citizens against Human Trafficking

Naming and Explaining Two Laws or Legislation that Protect Citizens against Human Trafficking

On this page we name and explain Two Laws or Legislation that Protect Citizens against Human Trafficking in South Africa: Two Laws or Legislation that Protect Citizens against Human Trafficking Law 1: The Prevention and Combating of Trafficking in Persons Act 7 of 2013 aims: to give effect to the Republic’s obligations concerning the trafficking of persons …

Naming and Explaining 3 Elements of Social Justice

Naming and Explaining 3 Elements of Social Justice

On this page, we will name and explain 3 elements of Social Justice: Social Justice can be explained as a process to redressing the situation whereby people with fewer choices (the poor and disadvantaged) often suffer most from discrimination (e.g. race, religion, gender, culture, ability, age) and a lack of acknowledgment of their human rights, …

Three Contributing Factors that Led to Xenophobia in South Africa

Three Contributing Factors that Led to Xenophobia in South Africa: (Life Orientation). In a transforming and democratic society, personal and individual needs have to be placed in a social context to encourage acceptance of diversity and to foster commitment to the values and principles espoused in the Constitution. Discrimination on the basis of race, religion, …

Three Emotional Effects of Cyberbullying

Three Emotional Effects of Cyberbullying: Bullying in its true nature, has always existed for decades. Ranging from family, schools to social gatherings, and also at work, people have bullied one another. As the Internet evolution becomes more dominant, bullying has even taken on a new form which happens online, and that is Cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is …

12 Reasons why incidents of Gender-based Violence in Communities Continue

12 Reasons why incidents of Gender-based Violence in Communities Continue in South Africa: Gender-based violence (GBV) is defined as “the general term used to capture violence that occurs as a result of the normative role expectations associated with each gender, along with the unequal power relationships between genders, within the context of a specific society.” …

Give five innovative solutions to counter unemployment (Life Orientation Answer)

Give five innovative solutions to counter unemployment (Life Orientation Answer): When you are asked during an exam, test, or assignment, “Suggest and explain 5 innovative solutions to counter unemployment”, or “possible solutions to rise above unemployment in South Africa”, you should list the following reasons below: More than 5 Innovative Solutions to counter unemployment in …

What causes Unemployment? Life Orientation Answers

What causes Unemployment? Life Orientation Answers: First of all, Unemployment is caused by various reasons that come from both the demand side, or employer, and the supply side, or the worker. Demand-side reductions may be caused by high interest rates, global recession, and financial crisis. From the supply side, frictional unemployment and structural employment play a great role. What causes Unemployment in …

Mention Four Benefits of Responsible Citizenship

Mention Four Benefits of Responsible Citizenship

Mention Four Benefits of Responsible Citizenship (Grade 12 Life Orientation Notes) CAPS: Responsible citizenship means that you do your duty as a citizen, you fulfil your responsibilities, and do what is right or expected of you as a citizen. You: are aware of, respect, and promote human rights are concerned about the welfare of others …

Life Orientation Grade 10 2020 Assessment Tasks for all terms CAPS

Life Orientation Grade 10 Latest Assessment Tasks for all terms for CAPS Curriculum (Syllabus) South Africa: A National Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS) is a single, comprehensive, and concise policy document introduced by the Department of Basic Education for all the subjects listed in the National Curriculum Statement for Grades R – 12.  CAPS …