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  1. The evolution of broadband policy and regulation in South Africa
    Kekana, Arthur Gladwell, 2014-03-18T08:37:57Z
    The liberalization of the telecommunications sector in South Africa has brought about vast improvement in the take-up and use of mobile telephony, however the opposite can be said of broadband penetration. As recently as 2012, there has been some degree of stagnation in fixed telephony and broadband ...
  2. Assessing stakeholder perceptions of effectiveness of Namibia"s communications regulatory framework
    Stanley, Shanapinda, 2014-03-18T08:45:11Z
    Communications regulatory frameworks are established to achieve affordable pricing, consumer welfare, innovation and competition. A regulatory framework is therefore endowed with regulatory governance measures and regulatory incentives to enable it to achieve these purposes. In applying these measur ...
  3. Accountability and oversight of intelligence services in South Africa post 1994
    Dube, Brian Fikani, 2014-03-18T08:54:16Z
    The work to keep a nation safe from threats or potential threats has become very difficult in the 21st century. The advent of globalisation and the advances in technology resulted in borderless societies and a complex world of changing global threats. It is inconceivable that there would be a govern ...
  4. Value at risk (VaR) backtesting "Evidence from a South African market portfolio"
    Katsenga, Gerald Z, 2014-03-18T09:07:08Z
    Value at Risk (VaR) has emerged as one of the most prominent risk measurement techniques in finance. It is a measure that quantifies the worst expected loss over a given confidence level and target horizon, under normal market conditions. In this thesis, the concept of VaR as an invaluable tool f ...
  5. The perceptions of teachers, pupils, and parents regarding discipline in newly-integrated Lenasia schools
    Harrisunker, Nita, 2014-03-18T09:10:50Z
    Thesis (M.Ed. (Educational Psychology))--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Education, 1998. ...
  6. Accuracy of intra-oesophageal dynamic pressure probes, and their validity in determining dynamic intra-pleural pressure
    Hartford, Craig Gordon Francis, 2014-03-18T09:20:12Z
    Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Health Sciences, 2000. ...
  7. Has the pharmacy curriculum met the needs of practicing pharmacists?
    Hartshorne, Charles James Ellison, 2014-03-18T09:28:34Z
    Thesis (M.Sc. (Medicine))--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Health Sciences, 1998. ...
  8. Risk assessment in emerging equity markets: the case of South Africa
    Sibanda, Donald, 2014-03-18T11:09:56Z
    South Africa is gripped by a poor investment culture with a large number of adults not investing. There is need to inform would be investors about alternative forms of investments like the stock market. The research estimates the amount of risk exposure for a South African equity portfolio using Val ...
  9. The role of land development objectives as part of a framework to guide land use management systems towards development planning in South Africa
    Grootboom, Portia, 2014-03-19T06:50:38Z
    There is an increasing sense of urgency in South Africa to seek a proper and effective planning system which is line with the current thinking, there is a need therefore to regenerate land use management systems to suit the new ethos for planning. The new ethos require a moral justification of pl ...
  10. Problems experienced by classroom primary teachers, headteachers and pupils in implementing the National Continuous Assessment Programme in schools in the Manzini region, Swaziland
    Gule, Elvis D., 2014-03-19T06:58:36Z
    Why is CA not ‘continuous assessment’ but ‘continuous assassination’ in Swaziland ? The Ministry of Education argue that CA termed National Continuous Assessment Programme in Swaziland, does have educational problems, that may not necessarily inhibit the implementation of the National Continuous Ass ...