How Slums Cause Poverty, Prostitution, School Dropout and High Rate of Teenage Pregnancy in the Alexandria Township
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According to Cloete (2002:34) describes the project manager as a person who is appointed in a leading position. The project manager is for example, expected to manage the whole structure in implementing the policy. He has to manage the role of partaking goals and ensure that all his team members are taking part in the project and working precisely. He should always stay motivated because he acts as the technical advisor to his team by implementing policy which had been given to him by the government mostly important the government of the day (politicians).
Projects managers can also be known as the Public manager who works as a politician’s advisor because he has to account if the project was poorly implemented. He is always given the specific budget to cover the whole project and also fund his team which will be employed by him the project manger. He should be well trained and equipped on leadership, organizing and controlling skills.
2. Case study
2.1 HOW SLUMS CAUSES POVERTY, PROSTITUTION, SCHOOL DROP OUT AND HIGH RATE OF TEENAGE PREGNANCY IN THE ALEXANDRA TOWNSHIP. Alexandra Township, to the north of Johannesburg, has never had the best of reputations. It is one of the most densely populated areas on earth, with 1 million people shoe-horned into a single square mile. As one would expect with over-crowding of this nature, Alexandra earned a reputation for crime, poverty and xenophobia. The poorest of the poor – whether from South Africa's rural areas or refugees from