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  1. An exploratory study of the prevalence of home deliveries at Mpumalanga Township in KwaZulu-Natal
    Ndaba, Zanele Victoria, 2012-07-09T09:44:44Z
    The purpose of the study was to explore the prevalence of home deliveries at Mpumalanga Clinic of Region "F" in KwaZulu-Natal. Data to establish the professional nurses* perceptions was collected from Professional Nurses, Traditional Birth Attendants and the clients visiting the clinic. Regarding th ...
  2. Photochemical synthesis and characterization of mono- and bi-nuclear tungsen tetracarbonyl complexes of 2,2"-biquinoline and 2,3-bis(2- pyridyl) pyrazine
    Musetha, Phumudzo Luvhengo, 2012-07-09T10:35:57Z
    The mononuclear and binuclear complexes of the type [W(CO)4JL] and [{W(CO)4}2]L, where L= 2,3-bis(2-pyridyl)pyrazine(BPPX 2,2" -biquinoline^QN), 2,2,-bipyrimidine(BPY]Vf)J and 2,2"-bipyidine(BPY), have been synthesized by direct photolysis of the metal hexacarbonyl and indirect route via THF substit ...
  3. A marriage enriching programme : a macro intervention strategy in Community Psychology
    Maseme, Lindiwe Langalibalele, 2012-07-10T07:24:39Z
    The rate of divorce and family breakdown is escalating at an alarming rate. This growth of a substantial number of people experiencing divorce has questioned the effectiveness of family centered orthodox approaches to resolving marital difficulties thereby necessitating exploration of a macro interv ...
  4. An investigation of the attitude of orthopaedic patients with fractured femur towards rehabilitation in hospital after injury
    Zuma, Thandiwe Doris, 2012-07-10T07:45:28Z
    This study is aimed at investigating the attitude of orthopaedic patients with fractured femur towards rehabilitation in hospital after injury. A descriptive survey was undertaken. One set of questionnaire was designed for patients with fractured femur who were admitted to hospital after injury. It ...
  5. An explorative study of growth monitoring as a component of primary health care in the Durban South central region
    Masondo, Khethiwe Natalia, 2012-07-11T07:11:31Z
    The aim of the study was to pursue an exploratory, descriptive, contextual study to investigate knowledge and practices of professional nurses working in the Umlazi clinics with regard to how they: assess normal growth: assess deviations from normal growth: record and interpret growth findings using ...
  6. Writtings of sexually abused children : an important source of disclosure
    Tshabalala, Phumelele Ritta, 2012-07-11T07:36:57Z
    The purpose of this study was to explore and uncover the levels of stress and emotional difficulties of victims of sexual abuse through their written narratives. The study involved five females who had been recently sexually abused and had sought assistance at the Empangeni Crisis Centre. In the ...
  7. An investigation into the implementation of performance management systems at the institutions of higher learning in KwaZulu-Natal
    Mntambo, Victoria, 2012-07-11T08:30:45Z
    This research investigates the use and implementation of performance management systems (PMS) at several institutions of higher learning in KwaZulu-Natal. The selected institutions are the University of Zululand, the University of KwaZulu-Natal and Mangosuthu University of Technology. The pilot stu ...
  8. The role of the educator in addressing the needs of orphans and vulnerable children
    Naidoo, Loganathan, 2012-07-24T06:21:01Z
    The purpose of this study was to explore an intervention programme that could be used by class teachers to address the needs of orphans and vulnerable children. The goals of the study were: (i), to explore the educator’s perceptions regarding the role that the class teacher could play in addressing ...
  9. Grid-based utility middleware infrastructure for distributed services provisioning
    Iyilade, Johnson Seun, 2012-07-24T06:29:39Z
    As Service Oriented Computing becomes the prevalent methodology for engineering distributed applications, service composition remains a key challenge to the reality of on-the-fly application composition using available services in an ecosystem. Current state-of-the-art service composition strategies ...
  10. Provision of library and information management higher education and training in Swaziland: a feasibility study
    Ndlangamandla, Khosie Constance, 2012-07-30T08:23:49Z, University of Zululand
    This study investigated the feasibility of providing Library and Information Management higher education and training locally in Swaziland. It aimed to determine if it is possible and necessary for Swaziland to be involved in the education and training of its own Library and Information Management p ...