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  1. Healthcare-seeking practices of caregivers of under-five children with diarrheal diseases in two informal settlements in Nairobi, Kenya
    Mukiira, Carol K., 2012-07-31T13:08:00Z
    M.A. University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Humanities (Demography and Population Studies), 2012 ...
  2. Building cohesion among Bakgatla male adolescents: a performance as research approach
    Paya, Tefo Omphile, 2012-08-01T07:31:39Z
    M.A. University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Humanities (Dramatic Art), 2011. ...
  3. A certain legal practitioner: reconstructing the life of Shulamith Muller
    Muller, Ruth Nathanya, 2012-08-01T11:41:34Z
    M.A. University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Humanties, School of Social Sciences (History), 2012 ...
  4. Investigative journalism and the South African government: publishing strategies of newspaper editors from Muldergate to the present
    Steyn, Nantie, 2012-08-01T12:57:57Z
    M.A. University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Humanities (Journalism and Media Studies), 2012 ...
  5. The long term prospects of the post-apartheid, bilateral relationship, between South Africa and India
    Glendinning, Andrew, 2012-08-02T13:09:31Z
    M.A. University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Humanities, 2012 ...
  6. In-conclusion: resisting resolution in recent paintings by Penny Siopis
    Koch, Renee Lesley, 2012-08-03T07:30:30Z
    M.A. University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Humanities (Fine Art), 2012 ...
  7. Routes, motivations, and duration: explaining Eritrean forced migrants" journeys to Johannesburg
    Araia, Tesfalem Teleab, 2012-08-03T08:55:21Z
    M.A. University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Humanities (Forced Migration Studies), 2012 ...
  8. The representation of kwaito in the Sunday Times between 1994 and 2001
    Vilakazi, Sandisiwe, 2012-08-03T11:23:46Z
    M.A. University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Humanities (Journalism and Media Studies), 2012 ...
  9. Head space: an exploration into architecture and neuroscience
    Lamas, Mariana, 2012-08-06T10:37:52Z
    The mental capacity for knowledge production, storage and dissemination is one of the characteristics that makes us human. Throughout history humankind has built spaces to accommodate knowledge in its various forms: from medieval monasteries to state-of-the-art research laboratories. The evolutio ...
  10. Nova Aetas: astronomy research and visitors centre
    Raffner, Philippe Angelo, 2012-08-06T12:24:06Z
    Astronomy in South Africa remains one of the most uncelebrated of the natural sciences, this despite the country’s almost 200 year history of involvement in its international development and proud contemporary standing in its practice. This is largely because South Africa has only greatly dispersed ...