Lwazi Mlalazi's research while affiliated with Fort Hare University and other places

Publications (3)

Article
The paper examines how secondary schools implement the code of conduct to maintain positivediscipline. It adopted a qualitative approach and employed a case study design. Four secondary schools andparticipants who comprised one Education Officer, four school heads; twenty members of the disciplinary committee, forty prefects and four School Develop...
Article
The paper examined how secondary schools implemented a guidance and counseling strategy to maintain positive discipline. It adopted a qualitative approach and employed a case study design. Purposive sampling was used to select four secondary schools and participants that comprised two education officers, four school heads, four school counselors, t...

Citations

... These findings pointed to challenges bedeviling provision of these helping services in educational institutions. Mlalazi, Rembe and Shumba (2016) establish that though there were few areas of successful institutionalization of the programmes, there were serious drawbacks which included lack of facilities. ...
... Regardless of the efforts made by MOPSE, some dissatisfaction has been heard from various stakeholders proclaiming that the safety of learners was not certain in schools as they were repeatedly subjected to punitive discipline strategies [2,4,23,24]. In view of the concerns raised informally by a number of stakeholders and media, there is no clear evidence as to how schools use teaching social skills as a proactive strategy to manage the behaviour of learners. ...