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  1. An evaluation of SANCA"S lifestyle programme in two Soweto public schools
    Mankayi, Nyameka, 2014-05-21T07:57:15Z
    This study evaluated the impact of the SANCA Lifestyle Programme on Grade 6 and 7 black learners in two Soweto schools. This was done with a view to investigate the appropriateness of the present SANCA Lifestyle Programme for black learners. A total of 260 learners participated in this study. Th ...
  2. An evaluation of aspects of the PEM (protein energy malnutrition) Scheme for malnourished children in Gauteng Province
    Marshall, Carol Anne, 2014-05-21T12:06:04Z
    This study assessed aspects of targeting of the PEM scheme in Gauteng province. This food supplementation scheme targets beneficiaries including children 0-6 years, using largely anthropometric criteria. Routine provincial intervention data was analysed and related to available data cm expenditur ...
  3. A molecular analysis of genes involved in the cell cycle in southern African blacks with hepatocellular carcinoma
    Martins, Carla Suzana Pinto, 2014-05-22T06:52:47Z
    Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a leading cause of death in both Africa and Asia. It is multifactorial in aetiology and complex in its pathogenesis. Genes that might affect tumour progression, invasion, and metastasis are good candidates to investigate in attempting to understand the transforma ...
  4. Can old history textbooks be used to promote the new democratic ideals in the curriculum 2005?
    Mashiyi, L N, 2014-05-22T07:02:08Z
    Can old history text books (written in the Apartheid Era) be used to promote the new democratic ideals in Curriculum 2005? This investigation addresses this question through an analysis of selected chapters of two history text books presently used in Katlehong schools. The analysis deploys an ins ...
  5. The role of the school governing bodies in Lesotho: A case study of four high schools
    Matalasi, Julia Masetho, 2014-05-22T07:06:29Z
    The involvement and active participation o f stakeholders in school governance through a fair representation creates a sense o f accountability, ownership and belonging to a school. This study examined and assessed the roles and functions played by the School Governing Bodies (SGBs) in Lesotho Se ...
  6. University adult education approches: developing a model for the Qwa-qwa campus of the University of the North
    Matobako, Thabang Sello, 2014-05-22T07:17:35Z
    This study develops a model for university adult education to guide the Qwa-Qwa Campus of the University of the North in its quest to play a role in adult education practice. It explores the route that the Qwa-Qwa Campus could take in extending its resources to a wide range of individuals, specia ...
  7. Synergistic induction and temporal enhanement of bone formation by osteogenic protein-1 (OP-1) and transforming growth factor beta-1 (TGF-B1) combinations in rats
    Matsaba, Thato Nelly, 2014-05-22T07:24:00Z
    Several members of the bone morphogenetic protein/osteogenic protein (BMP/OP) and transforming growth factor beta (TGF-B) families are molecular regulators o f cartilage and bone regeneration. However, their precise mode o f signal transduction and combined interactions are poorly understood. The ...
  8. The platinum market: fundamentals affecting supply and demand
    Mauve, Anton Christopher, 2014-05-22T07:39:00Z
    The platinum market is best understood through a comprehensive analysis of supply and demand. Supply is most significantly affected by production constraints and the erratic draw-down in Russian stockpiles. Total world supply of platinum for 1998 amounted to 5.915 Moz, 64% of which was produced ...