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  1. A study of the diagenetic alteration of bone from the Crown Mines in Johannesburg, South Africa
    Lander, Stacey Lee, 2014-08-22T08:56:01Z
    Human skeletal remains of archaeological origin were rescued and exhumed from the Crown Mines site. Due to their poor preservation, estimates of age, sex, ancestry and stature could not be accurately assessed using the morphology of the bones. In such circumstances, histology has been shown to be a ...
  2. Exploring social workers" experiences regarding workplace violence.
    Malesa, Kgashane Johannes, 2014-08-22T09:26:44Z
    The workplace, in general, has been perceived as a comparatively violence-free environment. There have been many studies conducted on workplace violence in the helping profession in health-related occupations that involve substantial contact with clients, such as pre-hospital care, emergency medicin ...
  3. Capital gains tax implications upon the direct or indirect disposal of mineral rights granted in terms of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act
    Van Zyl, Gerdus, 2014-08-22T09:45:00Z
    Thesis (M.Com. (Taxation))--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management, School of Accountancy, 2014. ...
  4. Women"s work? : an exploration of the lack of male interest in the field of professional psychology in South Africa.
    Williams, Robert James, 2014-08-22T10:05:56Z
    This research explored the possible reasons for the lack of males in professional psychology in the South African context, by examining the reasons why second and third year, male psychology students decide not to enter postgraduate studies in psychology. A mixed methods research design was emplo ...
  5. Determinants of packaged software discontinuance intentions: an empirical study of South African managers" perceptions
    Formby, David Bruce, 2014-08-22T10:33:19Z
    Thesis (M.Com. (Information Systems))--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management, School of Economic and Business Sciences, 2014. ...
  6. Determinants of postnatal care non-utilization among women in Nigeria.
    Oluwaseyi, Somefun Dolapo, 2014-08-22T10:33:49Z
    Although, there are several programs in place in Nigeria to ensure maternal and child health, maternal and neonatal mortality rates remain high with maternal mortality rates being 560/100,000 and neonatal mortality rates at 40/1,000 live births. While there are many studies on the utilization of ...
  7. The role of integrin a4B7 binding in HIV-1 subtype C pathogenesis in phenotypically variant CD4+ T cell subsets
    Richardson, Simone Irene, 2014-08-25T08:29:15Z
    The integrin α4β7, which mediates the trafficking of T lymphocytes to the gut associated lymphoid tissue (GALT), a site of rapid HIV replication, has been described as an attachment factor for the HIV envelope protein gp120. While differences in binding affinity of early transmitting and chronic gp1 ...
  8. Trust: a case study of the intersection of doctors" and journalists" ethics
    Sidley, Patricia Rosemary, 2014-08-25T08:35:11Z
    This research report tells the story of a doctor and a journalist who, at the height of Apartheid’s State of Emergency, placed themselves at risk for the sake of practicing their professions ethically. They chose to defy the law, and bring to the attention of the public, the plight of many detain ...
  9. An audit of the utility of the D-dimer test in the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism in a private emergency unit in Johannesburg
    Schur, Amanda J, 2014-08-25T08:40:59Z
    Background: The D-Dimer test has a high negative predictive value used primarily to exclude clinically suspected possible thrombo-embolic disease. In Emergency Unit (EU) practice, this test is often done not only for suspected Pulmonary Emboli (PE) but also to rule out atypical PE. In South Afric ...
  10. The knowledge, attitudes and use of performance enhancing substances and supplements among male high school first- and second team athletes in the central metropolitan area of Cape Town, South Africa
    Van Aswegen, Mariaan, 2014-08-25T08:51:23Z
    Title: The knowledge, attitudes and use of performance enhancing substances and supplements among male High-school first and second team athletes in the metropolitan area of Cape Town, South Africa. Objective: Pressure to perform and to achieve success is to many high school athletes the overbearin ...