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  1. Text Reminders in Pyrexial Paediatric Patients (TRIPPP): a randomized controlled pilot study
    Mohamed, Zunaid, 2020-09-25T09:49:32Z, Faculty of Health Sciences
    Transitions in care – including at the point of discharge from a hospital - may potentially place patients in a position of increased risk and vulnerability.(1) This is recognised to be of particular concern for paediatric patients, compounded by the fact that no widely accepted or used standards of ...
  2. Investigating chaos by the generalized alignment index town (GALI) method
    Moges, Henok Tenaw, 2020-09-25T07:43:13Z, Faculty of Science
    One of the fundamental tasks in the study of dynamical systems is the discrimination between regular and chaotic behavior. Over the years several methods of chaos detection have been developed. Some of them, such as the construction of the system"s Poincar´e Surface of Section, are appropriate for l ...
  3. A retrospective description of primary immunodeficiency diseases at Red Cross War Memorial Children"s Hospital, Cape Town, South Africa, 1975 – 2017
    Moodley, Sashmi, 2020-09-25T11:43:43Z, Faculty of Health Sciences
    Background. The primary immunodeficiency diseases (PIDs) constitute a diverse and everexpanding group of inborn errors affecting a wide range of immune functions. They are not well documented in Sub-Saharan Africa. An important barrier to care is limited awareness of PIDs and their management among ...
  4. Advancing the effective implementation of the one environmental system for mining through cooperative environmental governance
    Mpinga, Shamila, 2020-09-25T15:06:35Z, Faculty of Law
    In 2014, the One Environmental System for mining came into effect. This legislative framework was introduced to streamline the environmental regulation of mining activities by consolidating such regulation in the National Environmental Management Act (NEMA). The most significant aspect of the regula ...
  5. Investigating the role of the Dendritic Cell Immunoactivating Receptor in the Immune Response during Pneumocystis murina
    Mthembu, Nontobeko F, 2020-09-25T15:47:07Z, Faculty of Health Sciences
    Pneumocystis jirovecii causes fungal pneumonia in immunocompromised patients and can be fatal if left untreated. The global mortality rate is estimated to be over 200 000 in AIDS patients. In non-AIDS patients there is an estimated mortality rate of 50 000 cases. This rate is increasing in developed ...
  6. A retrospective description of primary immunodeficiency diseases at Red Cross War Memorial Children"s Hospital, Cape Town, South Africa, 1975 – 2017
    Moodley, Sashmi, 2020-09-25T11:23:36Z, Faculty of Health Sciences
    Background. The primary immunodeficiency diseases (PIDs) constitute a diverse and everexpanding group of inborn errors affecting a wide range of immune functions. They are not well documented in Sub-Saharan Africa. An important barrier to care is limited awareness of PIDs and their management among ...
  7. ‘Do I even belong?" Interrogating Afro-diasporic navigation of identity, race and space in the search for belonging
    Moragia, Anita Mwango, 2020-09-25T11:40:56Z, Faculty of Humanities
    The departure point for this creative project is based on my experience as an African living in diaspora. While I felt many things during my time ‘away" from the African continent, one constant was always this feeling of unbelonging, and this need to find belonging. As such, this project centers aro ...
  8. Investigation of ground moving target indication techniques for a multi-channel synthetic aperture radar
    Mosito, Katlego Ernest, 2020-09-25T12:07:15Z, Engineering and the Built Environment
    Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is an imaging technique that creates two dimensional images of the scattering objects in the illuminated ground scene. The objects in the illuminated ground scene may be truly stationary, e.g. buildings etc. or in motion relative to these stationary objects, e.g. cars ...
  9. The call to decolonise higher education : copyright law through an African lens
    Sindane, Ntando, 2020-09-25T06:01:52Z
    This dissertation reflects critically on the calls for the decolonisation of South Africa’s higher education sector by studying the historical development of legal pedagogy in South African law faculties. It focuses in particular on the intellectual property law curriculum broadly, and more specific ...
  10. Exploring working conditions of social workers at Makhado Municipality in Limpopo Province
    Makongoza, Azwihangwisi Abel, 2020-09-24T08:54:21Z
    Thesis (MPA.) -- University of Limpopo, 2019 ...