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  1. The efficacy of Lachesis 30ch in the treatment of menopausal symptoms
    Van der Walt, Hendrik, 2011-06-29T06:50:16Z
    Menopause is defined as the physiological cessation of menses due to decreased ovarian function and is established when the menses have not occurred for a year, usually occurring at a median age of 50.8 years. The period around the menopause is a time of transition that can contribute to both emoti ...
  2. The efficacy of the School Governing Bodies in the governance of school finances in Tsimanyane Circuit, Limpopo Province
    Bapela, Tshoane Jimmy, 2013-05-10T07:59:11Z, University of Limpopo (Turfloop Campus)
    The School Governing Body as the executive authority of every school has the role to govern the finance of the school efficiently, effectively and economically. It has to formulate financial policy and understand financial legislation framework in particular Public Finance Management Act, 1999, Proc ...
  3. EVALUATION OF ACID-BASE ACCOUNTING METHODS AND THE PREDICTION OF ACID-MINE DRAINAGE IN THE MIDDELBURG AREA
    Mokoena, Moipone Precious, 2013-06-14, University of the Free State
    South Africa has several coal mines of which promised economic wealth since the 1700, however the exploitation of this commodity has a negative effect to the environment. Mining operations are a source of Acid Mine Drainage (AMD) in South Africa therefore salt loading and acidic conditions are of co ...
  4. Evaluation of the pathogenicity in goats of Trypanosoma congolense from Matutuine, Mozambique
    Tchamo, Cesaltina da Conceiçao Lopes Menete, MSc (Veterinary Science), 2008-04-24, University of Pretoria
    A study was conducted to determine the impact of infections with Trypanosoma congolense on various variables (including hematological and biochemical parameters) of South African Boer goats kept on various planes of nutrition. Sixteen goats with eight months old divided into four groups and weighin ...
  5. A factor analytic comparison of dichotomous and polytomous response categories
    Vorster, Paul Petrus, 2012-06-06T07:51:39Z
    It was investigated whether dichotomous (2-point) or polytomous (5-point) rating scales have superior functioning on the personality construct Soft-Heartedness for the South African Personality Inventory (SAPI). The optimal number of rating scale categories for a personality measure was explored. Th ...
  6. FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF GROUNDWATER SYSTEMS: AN INVESTIGATION OF HYDRAULIC PARAMETERS
    Leketa, Khahliso Clifford, 2013-05-24, University of the Free State
    The Institute for Groundwater Studies (IGS) undertook a groundwater surface water interaction project under the funding of Water Research Commission starting July 2010. The Modder River was identified as an appropriate study area since it is located downstream of Krugersdrift Dam and has only been i ...
  7. GENETIC ORIGINS OF THE INTRODUCED PEA WEEVIL (BRUCHUS PISORUM) POPULATION IN ETHIOPIA
    Scheepers, Loraine Cornelia, 2013-05-17, University of the Free State
    This study aimed to determine the origin of pea weevils (Bruchus pisorum) in Ethiopia and to determine the current population structure across that country. The pea weevil is presently a widely distributed pest of peas in Ethiopia, causing huge financial losses. Conflicting hypotheses exist on the o ...
  8. IMPACT AND RISK ASSESSMENT OF CHROMIUM CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER SITES IN SATURATED AND UNSATURATED ZONES
    Sibanyoni, John, 2013-05-30, University of the Free State
    A key challenge for chromium related activities, such as in ferrochromium industries, is the disposal of waste containing chromium slag or dust with hexavalent chromium (Cr(VI)). Various investigations have shown that hexavalent chromium is a serious concern to both environment and human health beca ...
  9. INVESTIGATING THE EFFICACY OF THE âSKILLS FOR A CHANGING WORLDâ FIRST-YEAR LITERACY COURSE
    Drennan, Laura Maria, 2013-05-17, University of the Free State
    The academic performance of students entering higher education in South Africa has been high on the agenda of universities, organisations working in this sector, the Department of Education, and the media. The reason for this is that many students do not meet the admission requirements for higher ed ...