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2017 Research Publications
  1. Sesale EL, MaseTshaba MT, Matsose T, Miyambu GR, Seeletse SM. Measuring three demarketing cases using statistical methods. American Journal of Applied Sciences, 5200-AJAS, 14(3 or 4): Published online on 2 March 2017.
  2. 2017 Sesale EL, Seeletse SM. Marketing fortification of business through crowdsourcing and social responsibility: Focus on South African SMEs. Environmental Economics, 8(1): 18-26.
  3. Phaladi-Digamela, MR. Genetics Teaching in Advanced Midwifery Education Programmes: Nurse Educators’ Perspectives. IOSR Journal of Nursing and Health Science (IOSR-JNHS) e-ISSN: 2320–1959.p- ISSN: 2320–1940 Volume 6, Issue 5 Ver. I. (Sep. -Oct .2017), PP 46-51 www.iosrjournals.org DOI: 10.9790/1959-0605014651
  4. Sumbane R, Phaladi-Digamela R, Mbokazi A. Factors influencing intra-partum midwifery malpractices at tertiary hospitals in Tshwane, Gauteng Province, South Africa. IOSR Journal of Nursing and Health Science (IOSR-JNHS) e-ISSN: 2320–1959.p- ISSN: 2320–1940 Volume 6, Issue 5 Ver. II. (Sep. -Oct .2017), PP 11-17 www.iosrjournals.org DOI: 10.9790/1959-060502111
2016 Research Publications
  1. Seeletse, SM., Ndobe, TV., Dandadzi, TA. & Hungwe, T. (2016). Crowdsourcing Benefits in Postgraduate Project Supervision: SMU Statistics and Computer Science case study; Journal of Environmental Economics,7(2): 122-129
  2. Dandadzi, TA., Seeletse, SM. & Hungwe, T. (2016). Creating an information technology and communication and  knowledge-driven research in Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University; Journal of Environmental Economics,7(1): 40-46
  3. Maesela, PS., Hungwe, T. & Seeleste, SM. (2016). Mysteries of success for small and medium enterprises in Ga-Rankuwa Township of Pretoria in Gauteng Province, South Africa; Journal of Environmental Economics,7(1): 47-52
  4. 2016 Seeletse SM, Demarketing strategy to develop perceived product reputation: Applications in three distinct environments, Problems and Perspectives in Management, 14(4): 100-105.
  5. Seeletse SM, MaseTshaba MT. How South African SMEs could escape ‘the heavyweight knockouts’! Public and Municipal Finance, 5(2): 40-47
  6. 2016 Miyambu GR, Seeletse SM. Numeric measurement of BPO. Environmental Economics, 7(4): 18-22.
  7. 2016 Monkwe ES, Seeletse SM. Prominent challenges of fixed-term contracts for administrative and professional employees in higher learning institutions of Gauteng Province, South Africa. Problems and Perspectives in Management, 14(3), 650-656.
  8. 2016 Matsose T, Seeletse SM. Biases from poor data analyses. American Journal of Applied Sciences, 13(10):1053-1059.
  9. Motshwane MM, Seeletse SM. Modelling the efficacy of antiretroviral treatment in HIV patients: The case of Dr George Mukhari Academic Hospital in Tshwane, Gauteng Province of South Africa. American Journal of Applied Sciences, 13(8): 924-931.
  10. Moloto ML, Seeletse SM. Some leading causes of emerging rural poultry SMEs failure in South Africa. Environmental Economics, 7(3): 23-30. EE-8-0516.
  11. Lekganyane MM, Seeletse SM. A new proposed statistically-derived compromise cut-off CD4 count value for HIV patients to start using ARVs. American Journal of Applied Sciences, 13(7): 853-859.
  12. 2016 Seeletse SM. Information and communication technology as a primary tool for Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University’s statistics and operations research business, Problems and Perspectives in Management, 14(3): 115-122.
  13. 2016 Seeletse SM, Mokgwabone KT. Effecting effective and efficient research service strategy for statistical support in SMU. Environmental Economics, 7(2): 115-121.
  14. 2016 Seeletse SM, Tsakani Violet Ndobe TV, Dandadzi TA, Hungwe T. Crowdsourcing Benefits in Postgraduate Project Supervision: SMU Statistics and Computer Science case study. Environmental Economics, 7(2): 123-130.
  15. Thabane JL, Seeletse SM. Impact of university lecturers’ intervention in school MathTeaching. Resonance – Journal of Science Education, 21(5): 417-427.
  16. Seeletse SM, Thabane JL. Foremost causes of high academic turnover rate at some South African universities. Environmental Economics, 7(2): 106-114.
  17. 2016 Seeletse SM. Performance of South African private-public partnerships, Problems and Perspectives in Management, 14(2):19-26.
  18. 2016 Dandadzi AT, Seeletse SM, Hungwe T. Creating an ICT and knowledge-driven research in SMU, Environmental Economics, 7(2): 40-46.
  19. Mampana KM, Seeletse SM, Sithole EM. Optimized consortium formation through cluster analysis. Problems and Perspectives in Management, 14(1): 117-126.
  20. 2016 Seeletse SM. Adding value to satisficing decisions using TOPSIS in service provider selection problems, Environmental Economics, 7(1): 34-39.
  21. MaseTshaba M, Seeletse SM. Incomplete sex-reassignment surgery and psychological functioning: A preliminary study. New Voices in Psychology, 11(2): 54-66.
  22. 2016 Maesela PS, Hungwe T, Seeletse SM. Mysteries of success for small and medium enterprise businesses in Ga-Rankuwa Township of Pretoria in Gauteng Province, South Africa, Environmental Economics, 7(1): 47-52.
2015 Research Publications
  1. Treadwell, I., 2015, Effect of simulated emergency skills training and assessments on the competence and confidence of medical students. African Journal of Health Professions Education 2015;7(2):155-157. DOI:7196/AJHPE.229
  2. Treadwell, I., 2015, Preclinical medical students’ performance in and reflections on integrating procedural and communication skills in a simulated patient consultation. African Journal of Health Professions Education 2015;7(2):165-169. DOI:7196/AJHPE.334
  3. Molale PT, Seeletse SM. Improving mathematics learning and teaching through syllabus change in a South African University campus: ICT leverage, International Journal of Educational Sciences, 11(2): 187-195.
  4. 2015 Seeletse SM. Local development through ecotourism in South Africa: Opportunities for botanical gardens, game reserves and national parks. Environmental Economics, 6(4): 175-179.
  5. 2015 Seeletse SM. Cross border shopping into South Africa: Practices in eight SADC countries. Environmental Economics, 6(4): 180-191.
  6. Miyambu GR, Seeletse SM. Quantifying business process optimization using regression.American Journal of Applied Sciences, 12(12): 945-951.
  7. Seeletse SM. Challenges of Senior Secondary School Orphans in the Tshwane North District, Gauteng Province South Africa. International Review of Social Sciences, 3(12):545-557.
  8. Seeletse SM. Value engineering in SME trade through socially responsible initiatives. International Review of Management and Business Research, 4(4):1060-1069.
  9. Malebye WPR, Seeletse SM, Rivera MA. Merit measures and validation in employee evaluation and selection, Problems and Perspectives in Management, 13(3): 79-91.
2014 Research Publications
  1. Schweickerdt-Alker, L. 2014. Revitalising the SP through Authentication. The Authentic Portrayal, Medical Teacher, 36(6), 541-3
  2. Treadwell, I., Schweickerdt-Alker, L., Pretorius, D., & Hugo M.D. 2014. The effect of characterisation training on the congruence of standardised patient portrayals, African Journal of Health Professions Education, 6(1) 56-59.
  3. Treadwell, l., Van Rooyen, M., Havenga, H.S., & Theron, M. 2014. The effect of an interprofessional clinical simulation on medical students. African Journal of Health Professions Education, 6(1): 3-5.
  4. Uys, Y. & Treadwell, I., 2014, Using a simulated patient to transfer patient-centred skills from simulated practice to real patients in practice, Curationis 37(1), Art. #1184, 6 pag http://dx.doi. org/10.4102/curationis.v37i1.1184
  5. Pitout,H., Human, A., Treadwell, I. &  Sobantu, NA. 2014, Healthcare students’ perceptions of a simulated interprofessional consultation in an outpatient clinic, 52(2):1-11. DOI: 10.1080/14703297.2014.993417
  6. MaseTshaba MT, Seeletse SM. Modelling and measuring milestones in business process optimisation. Problems and Perspectives in Management, 12(4): 221-224.
  7. Seeletse SM. A social responsibility inventiveness to relieve Krugersdorp and Randfontein exploited household servants of mistreatment. Problems and Perspectives in Management, 12(4): 383-389.
  8. Seeletse SM. A measuring approach in bidding selection procedures for large projects, International Journal of Advances Management, Economics and Entrepreneurship, 1(3):7-16.
2013 Research Publications
  1. Treadwell I & Havenga, H. Ten key elements for implementing interprofessional learning in clinical simulations. African Journal of Health Professions Education 2013; 5(2):80-83. DOI:10.7196/ajhpe.233.