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  1. On the faultline: a critical analysis of the Human Rights Commission"s hearings into racism in the media
    Rodny-Gumede, Ylva, 2014-05-13T08:11:31Z
    Thesis (M.A.(Political Studies))--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Humanities, 2002. ...
  2. Modest Musorgsky"s Pictures at an exhibition, with special reference to a comparative analysis of selected movements of orchestrations by Maurice Ravel and Leo Funtek
    Van Wyk, Heidi, 2014-05-13T08:20:20Z
    Thesis (M.Mus. in Performance)--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Humanities, Wits School of Arts, 2004. ...
  3. Continuities and changes in Ndebele beadwork: c.1883 to the present
    Levy, Diane, 2014-05-14T07:02:41Z
    Thesis (M.A.)--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Arts, 1990. ...
  4. Koinonia: the genesis of the Pauline construct
    Corry, Norma Anne, 2014-05-14T12:39:56Z
    Thesis (M.A.)--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Arts, 1997. ...
  5. Clinical and molecular characterization of hepatitis B virus infection in human immunodeficiency virus-positive Southern African adults, facilitated by newly developed bioinformatic tools
    Bell, Trevor Graham, 2014-05-15T09:29:25Z
    Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Health Sciences, 2013. ...
  6. Cloning and characterization of genes involved in bioremediation from nocardioform bacteria
    Lemaire, Peter Amponsah, 2014-05-19T08:25:31Z
    The alarm ing incidence of pollution arising from technological advancement has attracted much concern worldwide. Bioremediation has been considered promising to offer cost-effective, pollution-free and economically feasible means of removing pollutants from the environment. Within this framework ...
  7. School governing bodies: the impact on school principals
    Lebethe, Mosiwa Elias Kenneth, 2014-05-19T08:32:24Z
    Fundamentally, the new school governance policy brought to life by the South African Schools Act of 19iv, intended to transform and restructure education governance in public schools, so that through full representation and participation of all role players/stake-holders in school governance thro ...
  8. Foetal well-being in primigravid patients in a multicultural community
    Lester, Barbara-Ann, 2014-05-19T08:37:55Z
    The introduction of free mother and child services in South Africa in 1994, changed the way in which the services were delivered. There was an increase in the number of women seeking services, therefore a need arose to look at what constituted essential, basic services. The introduction of the ...
  9. The cultural beliefs and practices amongst urban antenatal Botswana women
    Lionjanga, Reginah, 2014-05-19T08:42:43Z
    The purpose of this non-experimental descriptive study was to identify the cultural beliefs and practices surrounding pregnancy. The study aims at collecting data which will function as baseline information on cultural beliefs and practices surrounding pregnancy. The study was conducted in the ci ...
  10. Knowledge and concerns about HIV/AIDS among childbearing women in Mahalapye, Botswana
    Lebodi, Pamela, 2014-05-19T08:51:17Z
    The aim o f the study w as to determ ine the know ledge and concerns about HIV/AIDS among childbearing w om en in M ahalapye, Botswana. A descriptive study design using an inri-view schedule was used. The sam ple o f 166 respondents (aged 18-29 years) w as draw n from a population o f w om en w h ...