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  1. Advocacy journalism and the organisational factors that support it. A study of Personal Finance in the context of coverage of the retirement annuity reform issue in South Africa
    Pandy, Thoraya, 2009-09-22T10:46:02Z
    Abstract This research report will evaluate Personal Finance as a news organisation. This will be done in order to uncover the organisational factors which support the emergence of a certain style of reporting by the publication, namely that of advocacy journalism. Traditional structural factors ...
  2. Molecular detection of atypical bacteria and viruses linked to community-acquired pneumonia
    Gumede, Nomathemba Michell, 2009-09-22T10:50:00Z
    M.Sc.(Med.), Faculty of Health Sciences, University of the Witwatersrand, 2009 ...
  3. Midline versus Pfannenstiel incision scars in repeat caesarean sections
    Haacke, Karl Olaf, 2009-09-22T11:08:20Z
    It is a commonly held belief that a repeat caesarean section through a low vertical scar provides easier access and fewer complications than an operation through a previous Pfannenstiel incision. To test this hypothesis the records of one hundred and twenty one repeat caesarean sections were retr ...
  4. Is there a mortality differential by marital status among women in South Africa? a study on a rural sub-district of Mpumalanga Province in the North-East South Africa
    Shoko, Mercy, 2009-09-22T11:17:47Z
    Abstract Using longitudinal data collected between 1999 and 2007, for Agincourt Demographic Surveillance Area, the paper examines the effect of marital status and co-residence on mortality of women who are aged between 20 and 80. The Cox Proportional Hazard Model is used to investigate the relati ...
  5. Evaluating respirable coal dust concentrations at the face of South African coal mines
    Ferreira, Ernest French, 2009-09-22T12:08:13Z
    M.P.H., Faculty of Health Sciences, 2008 ...
  6. An audit of maxillofacial fractures in patients attending the Medunsa Oral Health Centre, University of Limpopo, Medunsa Campus
    Singh, Avin Sunker, 2009-09-23T07:41:30Z
    Aim: The aim of this retrospective study was to record the number and demographics of patients presenting with maxillofacial fractures at the Garankuwa Hospital, University of Limpopo, Medunsa Campus. In addition, the nature of these injuries and the aetiological factors involved were recorded an ...
  7. The role of "rapid cognition" in the facilitation of theatre-making: a case of the 2008 Winter/Summer Institute in Theatre for Development
    Mokuku, Selloane, 2009-09-28T11:46:08Z
    Abstract The Winter Summer Institute in Theatre for Development (WSI) is a biennial inter university programme that integrates a number of already established methods and ideas charted by other theorists in drama and theatre. As a pedagogical approach, its generative process relies on employing tec ...
  8. The policy of the African National Congress toward African foreigners in South Africa, 1990-2002
    Gutteridge, Nicholas James Skudder, 2009-09-28T12:18:13Z
    ABSTRACT This paper explores policy changes of the African National Congress toward African foreigners in South Africa. There are five phases of interaction that coincide with major South African events: the Freedom Charter, the banning of the ANC, life in exile, the negotiations table and major ...
  9. What value can cultural policy have for the future of television broadcasting in South Africa? The application of Shalini Venturelli"s policy challenges for the creative economy to the future of South African television content
    Reddy, Trisan, 2009-09-28T12:34:09Z
    Abstract This research report considers the use of cultural policy in the broadcasting industry. It looks at the applicability of the policy recommendations made by Shalini Venturelli for cultural policy in the information economy. A brief look at the debates encompassing the use of cultural pol ...