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  1. Money will come from abroad : formation of remittance expectations and its implications for perpetuation of family migration.
    Antobam, Samuel Kojo, 2013-02-22T05:35:42Z
    In any act of household migration, there are movers (the migrant) and stayers (those left behind), and both of these two groups have expectations. The movers expect to make some benefits at the destination while the stayers expect the migrant to send or do something at home of origin. Some work, ...
  2. Predicting intention to participate in mobile crowdsourcing initiatives : a study of local Kenyan communities
    Gatara, Maradona, 2013-02-22T08:51:55Z
    Crowdsourcing is the outsourcing of a job or task to a large group of individuals. Crowdsourcing has emerged from the concepts of Outsourcing, Open Source Software (OSS) Collaboration, Open Innovation, and User Innovation. While Crowdsourcing has provided an innovative way in which work can be outso ...
  3. Intentions to participate in virtual health communities : an empirical study of South African health consumers
    Hayne, Janine Antoinette, 2013-02-22T09:28:33Z
    Much of the literature surrounding virtual health communities highlights the factors critical to their success such as availability to medical resources, efficiency of being able to access medical practitioners and the ability to access a supporting network of patients with similar medical condition ...
  4. Preferential procurement and emerging enterprises
    Hlakudi, Nkwananchi John, 2013-02-25T08:30:13Z
    The policies of the previous dispensation created racial disparities in South Africa and resulted in a need for transformation of public procurement systems to enable historically disadvantaged individuals (HDIs) to access government procurement opportunities. The Preferential Procurement Policy (PP ...
  5. Explaining the influence of enterprise architecture planning on information technology performance : a resource based view of the firm
    Huni, Thaku, 2013-02-25T09:39:56Z
    The concept of Architecture has received widespread acceptance within the construction industry. However, its importance within the Information Technology industry is a contested one. Critics of Architecture in the Information Technology (IT) industry posit that there is inadequate evidence to assum ...
  6. Employment, education and attitudes toward immigration: South Africa in comparative perspective
    Ndegwa, Kevin Gatitu, 2013-02-25T11:33:11Z
    M.A. -- University of the Witwatersrand, School of Social Sciences, International Relations, 2012 ...
  7. The description of HIV- associated sensory neuropathy symptoms in individuals of African ancestry whose home-language is isiZulu
    Shaikh, Asma, 2013-03-04T06:50:11Z
    In South Africa, English-language versions of neuropathic pain screening tools typically are used to screen for and diagnose neuropathic pain in the clinical and research setting. It is assumed that most individuals understand the Englishlanguage symptom descriptors in these tools (e.g. burning, ...
  8. Pre and post natal facial development in South Africans of African descent
    Adebesin, Abduljalil Adetola, 2013-03-04T06:54:47Z
  9. Diagnosis of active tuberculosis using flow cytometry in HIV positive individuals in a tuberculosis endemic setting
    Buldeo, Suvarna, 2013-03-04T06:58:37Z
    The diagnosis of tuberculosis (TB) in Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infected individuals is a challenge due to atypical presentations including negative sputum smear and culture results, which renders traditional microbiological tests inadequate in this population. Immune based assays are an at ...
  10. A comparison of the use of normal saline versus Ringer`s lactate in the fluid resuscitation of diabetic ketoacidosis
    Jivan, Daksha, 2013-03-04T07:03:15Z
    OBJECTIVE To determine whether there are differences in time to resolution of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) and in the occurrence of biochemical abnormalities in adult patients who received either normal saline or Ringer’s lactate as initial fluid resuscitation. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS This pro ...