This article casts light on the particularity of the object theater as a practice that promotes the fight against obsolescence and the scrapping and disposal of manufactured products in favor of a new spectacular charge with a historical dimension. It is the manifestation par excellence of an aesthetic of recovery and testimony that can awaken the sense of the human and transmit cultural values to new generations from the exploitation of the memory component of recovered objects. Our approach consists in highlighting this passage from a witness object to a theatrical object that stimulates the imagination of the public and puts it in a perspective that is at once spectacular, historical and cultural. This observation allows us to deduce that the current craze for the object theater is intrinsically linked to the unprecedented perspectives it has offered to contemporary playwrights and directors in search of a new challenge to human identity.
Proper storage of records ensures that they are continuously accessible. Proper storage is a vital aspect of every records management program. Good records management will promote efficient and effectiveness in ensuring regulatory compliance, minimizing litigation risks, supporting making informed decisions by providing timely and sufficient information. The aim of the study is to assess records management practices in the private and public sector in Botswana. A cross-sectional study with quantitative approach was completed in Gaborone between January 2019 and May 2019. Respondents who were included in the study were record management officers who work in public and private sector. A snowball sampling technique was used to find a specific number of participants who works in the private sector while a purposive sampling technique as used for records officers who work in public sector. All statistical modelling was carried out using Statistical Package for the Social Sciences, version 29. The study indicates records keeping system in both public and private sector being the manual and electronic. Public sector indicates that 65% of the records keeping are in electronic form. The associations between organization and security measure are presented in this study: CCTV cameras were associated with security measures that are in private sector. While for public sector alarm systems were associated with security measures. Public and public sector in Botswana has security measures but still need to implement more security measures to improve security of records. Both sectors have more electronic records than manual.
This article discusses the factors that explains and justify the glaring disparities between the evangelization of the notion of economic growth and mass poverty. This is to analyze clearly the arrangement of the system of extraction of the economic growth of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The results observed in relation to this issue revealed that the Congolese economy is plunged into a system that generally promotes the depreciation of the national currency, thereby maintaining macroeconomic imbalances at the root of recurrent instability. This leads to the mass poverty generated by multinational corporations, (advanced) DRC rulers, oligopoly countries (consumers of raw materials), IFIs and military-commercial groups.
In South Kivu, banana occupies the first place in terms of cultivated area. Although the yield of bananas is still low, production varies between 4 and 10 tons per hectare per year. However, heavy threats from diseases and pests are currently affecting the production of bananas and plantains. Among these threats, we find bacterial wilt of banana. The aim of this study is to compare four varieties of banana for the production of rejects by the method of macro propagation in Mushweshwe. Four varieties of banana were used so, two of beer (Yangambi and Nshikazi) and two others cooking varieties (Cavendish and Gros Michel) were multiplied by the method of macro propagation. The 4 varieties combined 200 strains (cormes) at the rate of 50 units per variety. The stumps were sterilized with hot water. The results showed mother strains of the Nshikazi variety had a significantly lower mean circumference than the others, but the average number of rejects produced was not significantly different between the four varieties even if this variety Nshikazi (53 rejects) was high followed by Yangambi 35 rejects in second place, followed by Cavendish with 34 rejections and finally Gros Michel with 32 rejects. The correlation analysis between strain size and the number of weaned rejects showed that at a certain level, strain size negatively affected the production of rejects. Thus all the varieties used are good for the production of rejects. Finally, the estimate of production cost shows that the use of local equipment for the production of rejects costs less than the use of the standard unit.