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  1. "A stick to beat other women with?" Margaret Atwood"s Penelopiad as a response to Homer"s Odyssey
    Neethling, Gabrielle Catherine, 2012-02-28T07:09:10Z
    In this dissertation I have explored the ways in which Margaret Atwood, in her novella The Penelopiad, reflect and re-interprets the Penelope of Homer’s Odyssey. The method I am using to explore and form character profiles is in accordance with modern literary theories on character. I have studied h ...
  2. "A study of risk perceptions and communication in risk management for construction projects"
    Edwards, Peter John, 2001, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography: p. 269-301. ...
  3. "A typical labour - the role, function and effect of labour broking as an employment practice"
    Cowley, Kevin Alexander, 2012-02-13T06:08:58Z
    For many years national legislation has made little to no effort to control the conditions of employment for atypical labour. In fact, such labour has mostly operated withm the twilight zone of the law. Generally ill-defined, with conditions of employment remain relatively vague. This has not only b ...
  4. "A woman has no mouth" : a feminist critique of the portrayal of woman in siSwati prescribed books
    Mabuza,Thoko J., 2001, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography: leaves 93-102. ...
  5. "Afterlives" resurrecting the South African border war
    Lazenby, Nicola., 2012, University of Cape Town
    Includes abstract. ...
  6. "Airing dirty linen": the problems of establishing a women"s rights organisation in contemporary Swaziland
    Wolf, Zanine Nadia., 2002, [South Africa : s. n.], .
    Bibliography: leaves 80-84. ...
  7. "An exploration into children"s and adolescents" perceptions of community violence"
    Amos, Taryn, 2009
    This study ultimately aimed to explore children&rsquo ...
  8. "An exploration of foundation phase teachers" pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) for teaching literacy in a multi-graded classroom in rural context."
    Mzimela, Patience Jabulile., 2013-08-07T10:04:46Z
    Rural schools in South Africa often face numerous challenges that are largely aggravated by low numbers of learners, low numbers of teachers and a shortage of teaching and learning resources, to mention a few. Hence, the provision of one teacher per grade is perceived as a luxury in many rural schoo ...