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  1. Farm wages and working conditions in the Albany District, 1957-2008
    Roberts, Tamaryn Jean, 2009
    Agriculture is a major employer of labour in South Africa with about 8.8% of the total labour force directly involved in agricultural production (StatsSA, 2007a). Farm wages and working conditions in the Albany district were researched in 1957 by Roberts (1958) and 1977 by Antrobus (1984). Research ...
  2. Metallophthalocyanines as electrocatalysts and superoxide dismutase mimics
    Matemadombo, Fungisai, 2009
    Syntheses, spectral, electrochemical, and spectroelectrochemical studies of iron, cobalt, and manganese phthalocyanines are reported. The novel coordination of cobalt tetracarboxy metallophthalocyanine to an electrode premodified with aryl radicals and its use in the detection of thiocyanate are e ...
  3. Developing an ionospheric map for South Africa
    Okoh, Daniel Izuikendinachi, 2009
    This thesis describes the development of an ionospheric map for the South African region using the current available resources. The International Reference Ionosphere (IRI) model, the South African Bottomside Ionospheric Model (SABIM), and measurements from ionosondes in the South African Ionosonde ...
  4. Restoring democratic governance in Zimbabwe : a critical investigation of the internet as a possible means of creating new sites of struggle for positive democratic change by Zimbabwean media and activists in Zimbabwe
    Vennard, Francisca Caroline, 2002
    This thesis is a reaction to the state of utter lawlessness and the abuse of human rights by those in power in Zimbabwe over the past two years and it investigates the possibility of restoring democratic governance in that country by increasing the freedom of expression and media freedom, which is c ...
  5. An approach to the urban history of early Victorian Grahamstown, 1832-53 : with particular reference to the interiors and material culture of domestic dwellings
    Scott, Patricia Elena, 1987
    This study is a venture in urban history in that although housing has been the subject of a number of recent studies, little attempt has been made within the British urban history framework to give serious study to what lies behind the architectural facade, the material domestic culture of an urban ...
  6. Torn between skinship and kinship : the phenomenology of self-mutilation
    Malcolm, Charles F, 1994
    The aim of this study was to describe the female elf-mutilator"s lived experience of cutting herself. A question which would elicit a description of the experience of this phenomenon was formulated. Five self-mutilators were interviewed. The four psychologically richest narratives were chosen for t ...
  7. A study of coeval sibling cannibalism in larval and juvenile fishes and its control under culture conditions
    Pienaar, Anthony Graham, 1990
    The primary objective of this study was to examine environmental parameters thought to affect cannibalism in certain fish species. It was found that environmental, behavioural, genetic and physiological factors all affect cannibalism in the species exhibiting the phenomenon. The diversity of fact ...
  8. "Changing ourselves, changing others" : an analysis of the life stories of participants in a training course for volunteers within a non-governmental organisation in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa
    Harper, Christopher Duncan, 2000
    Gender-based violence has been recognized as a pressing mental health problem that is prevalent within South African society. Non-governmental organizations play a major role in addressing and highlighting the issue. These organizations make use of volunteers in order to assist in meeting their goa ...
  9. Professional development in environmental education in Zanzibar, Tanzania : distances encountered in a semi-distance learning course
    Heylings, Phillippa Frances, 2000
    In Zanzibar, in 1995, opportunities for professional development in environmental education were minimal. Yet the demand for professional development was high, especially because of an emphasis on formal qualifications in the country. Credibility was afforded to forms of professional development, ai ...