2017 SWC Presentations

Abdullah, S

INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS AND THE CARE OF OLDER PERSONS IN SOUTH AFRICA: A POLICY AND PRACTICE ANALYSIS.

Agyire-Tettey, EE

CONTEMPORARY MOTHERS ROLE: IMPLICATION FOR CHILD(REN) UPBRINGING

Ananias, J

CHALLENGES TO FOOD SECURITY OF OLDER PEOPLE IN RURAL NAMIBIA

Ananias, J and Muinjangue, E

HIV ADHERENCE AND RETENTION COMMUNITY COUNSELLING FOR SUPPORT GROUPS: AN EVALUATION OF A TRAINING PROGRAMME

Baloyi, S & Mushaathani, S

DECOLONIZIATION OF SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION: UNIVERSITY OF VENDA SOCIAL WORK STUDENTS UNDERSTANDING

Bila, N

AN ERA OF MENTAL HEALTH TRANSFORMATION: IMPLICATIONS OF RECOVERY-ORIENTED MENTAL HEALTH CARE FOR SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE IN SOUTH AFRICA

Boshoff, P & Ratshidi, K

CULTURAL SPECIFIC ATTITUDES OF SETSWANA PEOPLE TOWARDS ADOPTION

Boulton, A

DECOLONISING ETHICS

Bozalek, V & Boulton, A

DOES A DECOLONISED PROFESSION STILL NEED A CODE OF ETHICS? 

Carolus, Z

AN OUTCOME EVALUATION SYSTEM FOR FAMILY STRENGTHENING PROGRAMMES

Cekiso, N; Scholtz, S; Naidoo, L

EFFECTIVE ASSESSMENTS FOR EFFECTIVE CASE RENDERING IN SOCIAL WORK

Chanyandura, R and Rungani, J

THE CHANGING FACE OF ADOPTION IN THE BLACK SOUTH AFRICAN FAMILIES (CASE OF JOBURG CHILDWELFARE)

Chatikobo, N

A CONTEXT BASED EXPLORATION OF THE EXTRAPOLATIONS AND ACTUALITIES OF REPETITIVE SUBSTANCE USE RELAPSE TOWARDS FORMULATING HOME GROWN SOLUTIONS.

Chipuriro, R

NOTES FROM PRACTICE: LOCAL SOLUTION FOR LOCAL CHALLENGES

Cox, S

DECOLONIALITY IN BRAZIL: REALITY OR CAMOUFLAGE

Damons, M

A CRAFT TOWARDS AN AFROCENTRIC ANDRAGOGIC APPROACH FOR SOCIAL WORKERS: A DECOLONISATION STANDPOINT

Davey, J

DO WE HAVE TO CROSS WATER TO GET TO SOUTH AFRICA – I DIDN’T KNOW THAT!

Dickens, L

ONE YEAR OUTCOMES OF YOUTH LEAVING RESIDENTIAL CARE IN SOUTH AFRICA

Ditlhake, K

DECOLONISED AND INDIGENOUS VALUES AND ETHICS IN SOCIAL WORK

Dube, TL

PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTIONS: CLINICIANS STRENGTHENING WORK WITH FAMILIES IN SOUTH AFRICA

Dziro, C

THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN IN NEOLIBERAL ZIMBABWE: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF KINSHIP BASED FOSTER CARE AND INSTITUTIONAL CARE FOR ORPHANS AND OTHER VULNERABLE CHILDREN.

Engelbrecht, L.K  & Zimba, Z.F

TOWARDS THE AUTHENTICATION OF AN ACADEMIC CULTURE IN A SOCIAL WORK PROGRAMME OFFERED AT A TRAINING INSTITUTION: A VALUE-DRIVEN APPROACH

Engelbrecht, L.K & Khosa, P

A CONSTRUCTIONIST APPROACH TO RESTORYING THE DEFINITION OF SOCIAL WORK SUPERVISION

Erasmus, E

AN AFRO-CENTRIC MODEL FOR KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF SOCIAL WORK TEACHING

Ferreira, SB

CULTIVATING AND FOSTERING SOCIAL WORK STUDENTS’ AWARENESS OF SELF BY MEANS OF CRITICAL REFLECTIVITY: THE HORSE ON THE DINING-ROOM TABLE

Gumbi, SN 

CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES TO SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION IN PRACTICE AND IN INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE.

Harms Smith, L

DECOLONISATION: THE CONTRIBUTION OF CRITICAL SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION

Harris, MS & Hinojosa, V

SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE WITH GRANDPARENTS PARENTING GRANDCHILDREN

Herd, V

TWO GENERATIONS, TWO COUNTRIES, ONE PROBLEM: WHAT UGANDA CAN TEACH JAPAN ABOUT CARE OF CHILDREN WITHOUT PARENTS

Hlatshwayo, VT

WORKING WITH CHILDREN OF INCARCERATED PARENTS: BREAKING DECOLONIALITY AND INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE IN SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION AND PRACTICE IN AFRICA

Hochfeld, T

RETHINKING SOCIAL PROTECTION MECHANISMS IN SOUTH AFRICA: DO THEY CONTRIBUTE TO GENDER REDISTRIBUTION AND TRANSFORMATION?

Holscher, D

ANTI-OPPRESSIVE COMMUNITY WORK PRACTICE AND THE DECOLONISATION DEBATE

Holscher, D

EXCLUSION, PARTICIPATION, AND THE DECOLONISATION OF SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA

Hoosain, S

HISTORICAL TRAUMA OF SLAVERY: IMPLICATIONS FOR DECOLONISATION

Jonker, G

INTERMEDIARY SERVICES FOR CHILD WITNESSES TESTIFYING IN SOUTH AFRICAN CRIMINAL COURTS

Jubase, T; Ndzuzo, V & Maraula, A

SOCIAL WORK ETHICS, PERSONAL VALUES: A BALANCING ACT FOR SOCIAL WORK STUDENTS

Kebeje, R

TACKLING SOCIAL WORK DILLEMAS, FROM A SOCIAL WORKERS PERSPECTIVES.

Keet, A

A THEORY OF CULTURAL TRAUMA: ENABLING SOCIAL WORK STUDENTS TO WORK ALONGSIDE CONFLICT-RIDDEN COMMUNITIES IN SOUTH AFRICA

Kemp, M & Kemp, R

SCHOOL SOCIAL WORK ON THE MOVE: FROM SLOW BEGINNINGS TO SPECIALISATION

Kgothadi, KJ

PREVENTION AND EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES :THE ROLE OF DROP IN CENTERS IN EMPOWERING  VULNERABLE CHILDREN

Khumalo, N

THE UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA’S CALL FOR A SOUTH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE IN SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION

Khumalo, TF

A SOCIO-CULTURAL NARRATIVE OF OLD AGE HOMES IN SWAZILAND

Khuzwayo, H

A SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD APPROACH TO POVERTY REDUCTION: PARTICIPATORY EXPERIENCES OF WOMEN INVOLVED IN ART AND CRAFT COOPERATIVE IN BHAMBAYI,
KWAZULU NATAL

Klaas-Makolomakwe, GN

THE EXPERIENCES OF SENIOR WOMEN TRADITIONAL LEADERS IN ADDRESSING WOMEN ABUSE IN KWAZULU-NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA: AN AFROCENTRIC AND NEGO-FEMINIST APPROACH

Kotze, P

THE POWER OF LOVE: A LOCAL SOLUTION TO A LOCAL CHALLENGE

Kratz, S & Smith-Maddox, R

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT IN THE “DECOLONIAL TURN”: CULTIVATING A COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE

Kwakwa, M & Sithole, SL

CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE PERSON-CENTERED VERSUS PERSON-IN-ENVIROMENT APPROACH: A CULTURAL-EPISTEMIC DISCOURSE

Le Tape, A

EVALUATION OF THE SOUL CITY HIV AND AIDS SOCIAL INTERVENTION PROGRAMME FOR THE YOUTH IN THE NORTHERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA

Lekganyane, G

THE IMPORTANCE OF CULTURE AND NARRATIVES IN SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION

Lemekoane, K

REFLECTIONS ON FEES MUST FALL AND DECOLONISATION OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES

Ligege, FJ

USING ART AND DESIGN TO ADDRESS SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND RIGHTS (SRHR) ISSUES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG: A PRACTITIONER`S REFLECTION.

Lotz, M

DECOLONISING THE HEART: A PILOT PROJECT FOR SOCIAL WORKERS IN THE NORTHERN CAPE

Lujabe, BTT

FROM SOCIAL RELIEF TO SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT: SOUTH AFRICAN CHURCH LEADERS’ PERCEPTIONS ON CHURCH-BASED SOCIAL SERVICE PROVISION TO FIGHT POVERTY

Mabemba, T & Tanga, P

CHILD-HEADED HOUSEHOLDS AND COMMUNITY SOCIAL NETWORKSIN HOKSBURG AREA, SOUTH AFRICA

Mabundza, L

INDIGENIZATION OF SOCIAL WORK CURRICULUM IN SWAZILAND

Magongoa, M

INTERGRATED COMMUNITY BASED APPROACH

Mahlatjie, T

WORK INTERGRATED LEARNING: SOCIAL WORK FIELD INSTRUCTORS PERSPECTIVE FROM UNIVERSITY OF LIMPOPO

Mahlatjie, T

UTILISATION OF EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME (EAP) BY PROSECUTORS IN THE NATIONAL PROSECUTING AUTHORITY (NPA) IN THE CAPRICORN DISTRICT OF LIMPOPO PROVINCE

Makanya, TB

TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING OF (DE)COLONIAL PROCESSES IN SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION: AN ARGUMENT FOR CRITICALLY-REFLEXIVE, ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH.

Makosa, N & Tanga, P

INTRA-HOUSEHOLD DECISION MAKING DYNAMICS IN THE USE OF SOCIAL GRANTS: ISSUES AND CONCERNS 

Makuyana, A

SUPERVISION OR TEACHING: WHAT SOCIAL WORK INTERNSHIP STUDENTS REALLY NEED FROM AGENCIES?

Malan, H

SOCIAL WORK AND INFORMAL ALTERNATIVE CARE: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY

Manjolo, W & F Kakowa

THE STATUS OF SOCIAL WORK IN MALAWI

Maphosa, N & Mpofu, W

PATRIARCHY AS RACISM AND COLONIALITY: A DECOLONIAL PERSPECTIVE

Maripe, K

COMMUNITY IN CLIMATE DISASTER VULNERABILITY AND  ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY IN SOUTH EAST DISTRICT, BOTSWANA

Masson, F

THE NEXUS OF TRAUMA AND CULTURE: CONSIDERATIONS FOR SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE

Mathebane, M

THE SILENCED EXISTENTIAL REALITIES OF AFRICANS: A CRITIQUE OF ‘CULTURAL COMPETENCE’ AND ITS IMPOTENCE IN REGARD TO DECOLONISATION OF SOCIAL WORK IN HEALTH SETTINGS

Mathebula, TS

STRUCTURAL CORE DRIVERS OF NEW HIV INFECTION AMONGST LIMPOPO DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE EMPLOYEES IN MOPANI  DISTRICT, LIMPOPO PROVINCE

Mathenjwa, B

THE ROLE OF SOCIAL WORKERS DURING PRE- DEMOCRACY ERA WAS TO MAKE USE OF LIMITED/INDIGENOUS/AVAILABLE RESOURCES

Mazibuko, V

UNIVERSITY: ‘THE DRINKING YEARS!’ ALCOHOL ABUSE AMONG STUDENTS AT SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES

Mbarane, Z; Gule, I & Quvile, X

SOCIAL WORK THEORIES AND ITS RELEVANCE FOR LOCAL COMMUNITIES

Mdlankomo, AP & Ndindwa, TN

EXPLORING THE RELEVANCE OF SOCIAL WORKERS IN HELPING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

Mhlawuli, N 

CULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS IN MARITAL SEPARATION: THE EXPERIENCES OF XHOSA ADOLESCENT MALES OF THE MARITAL SEPARATION OF THEIR PARENTS

Mkhize, N

UNDERSTANDING SOCIAL WORKERS EXPERIENCES OF USING PLAY TECHNIQUES WITH CHILDREN.

Mnisi, AN & Mahlangu, T

THE ROLE OF AFRICANISM AND INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE IN SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE

Mntungwa, MH

ASSESSING DECOLONIZATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION: TRANSFORMATION TRENDS OF SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ZULULAND

Mogorosi, L

INDIGENISATION OF SOCIAL WORK CASE WORK: A SOUTH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE

Moitshela, B

DECOLONISING THE MIND AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Molala, T; Seanego, S & Makwela

AFRICANISING SOCIAL WORK APPROACHES

Moodley, R

DELIBERATING ETHICAL ISSUES AND STRUCTURAL FACTORS INFLUENCING SERVICES APPROPRIATE FOR YOUTH TRANSITIONING OUT OF CARE: AN AFROCENTRIC PERSPECTIVE.

Mtetwa, E

SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AND POVERTY REDUCTION IN AFRICA

Mundau, M

SOCIAL WORK INDIGENISATION, IMPEDIMENTS AND MITIGATIONS: A CASE OF ZIMBABWE.

Muwoni, L

EXIT STRATEGIES IN SOCIAL PROTECTION AND THE ROLE OF THE SOCIAL WORKER: EVIDENCE FROM ZIMBABWE'S HARMONISED SOCIAL CASH TRANSFERS PROGRAMME 

Nadesan, V 

FIELD INSTRUCTION SYSTEMS: WHEELS COME-A-FALLING OFF?

Nadesan, V; Dube LM & Mogapi, LG

MY CIRCLE, YOUR CIRCLE AND SOCIAL WORK INTERVENTIONS

Nadesan, V; Naidu, S & Kun, B

USING SUPPORT GROUPS IN PRACTICE

Nadkarni, V

DECOLONIALITY AND INDIGENISATION OF SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION: EXPERIENCES FROM INDIA

Nel, H

LEADERSHIP QUALITIES FOR PROMOTING DECOLONISED SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES USING AN ASSET-BASED COMMUNITY-LED DEVELOPMENT (ABCD) APPROACH

Ngcobo, N

CONTEXTUALIZING SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE WITH YOUNG FEMALES IN SUGAR DADDY RELATIONSHIPS

Ngubane, N

THE ETHICAL DILEMMA OF CONFIDENTIALITY IN SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE IN SOUTH AFRICA.

Nguza, Z

AN EVALUATION OF SOCIAL WORK ETHICAL DIMENSIONS IN AFRICA: REFLECTING ON ETHICAL CHALLENGES ENCOUNTERED BY SOCIAL WORKERS IN DIFFERENT AFRICAN CONTEXT.

Ngwerume, C

TRANSFORMATIVE POTENTIAL OF SOCIAL PROTECTION IN FRAGILE CONTEXTS: EVIDENCE FROM LIBERIA

Nombola, LJ & Mharadze, R

CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL WORK STUDENT PLACEMENT AND SUPERVISION IN EASTERN CAPE.

Nombola, LJ & Mharadze, R

AN EXPLORATION OF SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE ON GAY ADOPTION

Nordien-Lagardien, R

FAMILY MEDIATION: THE NEED FOR INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES IN AFRICA

Noyoo, N  & Sobantu, M

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING INITIATIVES IN SOUTH AFRICA: A CALL FOR A PARADIGM SHIFT

Noyoo, N and Ncube, M

SOCIAL WORK SUPERVISION AND THE DECOLONISATION DISCOURSE: WHAT ROLE FOR SOUTH AFRICAN SOCIAL WORK PRACTITIONERS?

Ntombela, N

IS IT THE TIME TO DECOLONIZE POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISION TO ADDRESS CHALLENGES FACED BY STUDENTS IN THEIR STUDIES?

Ntshongwana, Z & Tanga, P

AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EXPERIENCES OF BIOLOGICAL CHILDREN LIVING WITH FOSTER CHILDREN IN THE SAME HOME

Ntshongwana, Z & Tanga, P

AN INVESTIGATION OF LIFE EXPERIENCES OF FOSTER PARENTS WHO NURTURE FOSTER CHILDREN

Nyaguwa, L

THE STRUGGLING CHILD AND THE IMPACT OF SCHOOL SOCIAL WORK

Nyandeni, R & Masson, F

PROMOTING ENVIRONMENTAL AND COMMUNITY SUSTAINABILITY: THE IMPORTANCE OF CORPORATE SOCIAL INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS

Nyanhoto, R

AN INTERROGATION OF THE ENRICH PROGRAMME: TOWARDS A SOUTH AFRICAN WAY OF ENRICHING MARRIAGES 

Osei-Hwedie, K

‘DO NOT WORRY YOUR HEAD’: THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF INDIGENIZING SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION AND PRACTICE IN AFRICA

Oyeleke, AI

GENDER AND MARITAL STATUS AS CORRELATE OF PSYCHO-SOCIAL WELL-BEING OF INFORMAL CAREGIVERS OF CHILDREN WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITY

Perumal, N

#FREEOUR MINDS: INTERROGATING OUR EPISTEMOLOGIES IN 21 ST CENTURY SOUTH AFRICAN HIGHER EDUCATION

Pretorius, E & Pillay, R

WHAT IS THE MEANING OF SOCIALLY JUST PEDAGOGY IN SOCIAL WORK FIELD EDUCATION IN A SOUTH AFRICAN CONTEXT?

Rakgoale, K

ALIGNING FIELD STUDENT SUPERVISION TO TRAINING REVIEWS

Ramela, M

THE EXPLORATION OF INDIGENIZATION OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

RAMPHELE, S

POWER DYNAMICS INFLUENTIAL TO THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SOCIAL WORK LEARNERS AND THEIR SUPERVISORS BASED ON AGENCY PRACTICUM

Raniga, T

WOMEN’S EXPERIENCES OF CHANGE FROM BELOW AND WITHIN: TOWARDS AN INDIGENOUS MODEL FOR ECONOMIC PROJECT SUSTAINABILITY

Rankopo, MJ

DECOLONIALITY AND INDIGENOUS SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION AND PRACTICE IN BOTSWANA: PERSONAL REFLECTIONS

Rapholo, SF and Makhubele, JC

FACTORS INFLUENCING THE DISCLOSURE OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE DURING FORENSIC ASSESSMENTS: A SOUTH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE

Rautenbach, J

Preparation of the conference resolutions

Roestenburg, W

INDIGENOUS GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE INTERVENTIONS IN NAMAQUALAND

Roestenburg, W

THE ECO-MACH PROTOCOL FOR MANAGING CHILDREN WITH MHC IN CYCC’S

Roestenburg, W

A DECOLONIAL TOOL FOR TEACHING STATISTICS

Rungani, J

REDEFINING PERMANENCY IN CHILDREN: AN INVESTIGATION ON THE ATTITUDES AND PERCEPTIONS OF SOCIAL WORKERS ON ADOPTION AS A LONG TERM PLACEMENT OF CHILDREN.

Schenck, C

SOCIAL WORK AND FOOD SECURITY: CASE STUDY OF THE NUTRITIONAL CAPABILITIES OF THE LANDFILL WASTE PICKERS IN SOUTH AFRICA

Seepamore, N

“I AM BECAUSE WE ARE”- AN INDIGENOUS MODEL OF FOSTER CARE: THE CASE OF ALEXANDRA TOWNSHIP

Simeon, E

USING THE LIFE MAPS TECHNIQUE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A LIFE SKILLS PROGRAMME FOR STREET CHILDREN

Sithole, MS

THE ROLE OF PRACTICE WISDOM IN TRANSCENDING THE PRACTICE-THEORY DIVIDE AS APPLICABLE IN A POSTCOLONIAL ERA

Smit, E

THE NEED FOR SOCIAL WORK SERVICES IN THE SCHOOL SYSTEM IN THE NORTH WEST PROVINCE

Smith, M

“IN THIS LIFE ONE MUST LIVE AND NOT SURVIVE”: DAY LABOURERS’ BARRIERS TO SUSTAINABLE LIVING

Smith, S

A TSONGA COMMUNITY’S LEADERSHIP PERSPECTIVE OF DISCLOSURE IN CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE 

Soji, Z

CRITICAL REFLECTIONS AND VIEWS OF SOCIAL WORK STUDENTS ON DECOLONIZATION AND INDIGENIZATION OF SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION & PRACTICE

Sokhela, D

SOCIAL WORK KNOWLEDGE THAT TALKS TO THE LANGUAGE OF AFRICAN COMMUNITIES: INDIGENISING COMMUNITIES

Tladi, O

MISUSE OF FOSTER CARE GRANT: A SOCIO-ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE

Tshaka, A

A COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DEVELOPMENTAL WELFARE SERVICE DELIVERY IN URBAN AND RURAL AREAS IN SOUTH AFRICA: A LITERATURE REVIEW POST 1994

Ubbink, M

DECOLONISATION AND SOCIAL CONSTRUCTED GROUP WORK: AN EMPOWERMENT NARRATIVE LEADERSHIP GROUP WORK PROGRAM

Van Breda, A

IMPEDIMENTS TO A DECOLONIAL SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA: VIEWS OF EDUCATORS

Van Breda, A

PATHWAYS OUT OF CARE: COMPARISONS BETWEEN AFRICA AND THE GLOBAL NORTH

van der Berg, C

DECOLONISATION AND INDIGENISATION IN CONTEMPORARY AFRICA: A PUZZLE IN NEED OF A CRITICAL PEDAGOGY MAGNIFYING GLASS

Van der Watt, P

DECOLONISING THE HEART THROUGH A HEALING PROCESS

van Kerckhove, C

A SORT OF ‘COLONIAL’ THINKING IN THE TRANSITION BETWEEN PRIMARY AND SECUNDARY EDUCATION (TRANSBASO). SOCIAL WORK INOVATIONS IN THE FIELD.

Wairire, G

THE CHANGING SCOPE OF SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE IN THE CONTEXT OF INDIGENOUS AND INNOVATIVE SOCIAL WORK MODELS IN KENYA

Wairire, G & Misaro, J

CHALLENGES ASSOCIATED WITH INDIGENOUS AND INNOVATIVE MODELS OF SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE IN KENYA

Walker, J & Cauvain, S

‘TAKING BACK CONTROL’ - REFRAMING THE COLONIAL RELATIONSHIP IN EDUCATION FOR STUDENT LEARNING IN SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE.

Wessels, C 

THE CHALLENGES THAT FORENSIC SOCIAL WORKERS HAVE TO FACE IN AN AFRICAN CONTEXT

Wessels, G and Claasens, E

PARTICIPATIVE PRACTICE TEACHING AND LEARNING IN SOCIAL WORK INTERNSHIP

Weyers, M

INDIGENISING COMMUNITY WORK TRAINING: AN EXPERIMENT IN THE USE OF SERIOUS GAMING

Williams, L

TRANSFORMING EDUCATION IN THE AFRICAN DIASPORA: THROUGH EPISTEMIOLOGICAL TRANSCENDENCE AND A PARADIGM SHIFT

Wilson, L and Van Wyk, C

A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT: A COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT APPROACH TO ENSURE SUSTAINABILITY

Zengele, B

CAN DEBT BE A BARRIER OF DECOLONIZING EDUCATION: A CRITICAL REFLECTION ON FEES MUST FALL CAMPAIGN

Zengele, B

A CRITICAL REFLECTION ON ETHICAL VALUES THAT ARE CHALLENGING SOCIAL WORK IN AN EVER CHANGING CONTEXT OF HIV AND AIDS.