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  1. A re-examination of the exchange rate overshooting hypothesis: evidence from Zambia
    Chiliba, Laston, 2014-08-26T11:39:00Z
    Thesis (M.M. (Finance & Investment))--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management, Graduate School of Business Administration, 2014. ...
  2. Beliefs and perceptions that influence utilization of HIV/AIDS services by newly HIV diagnosed men in rural Mbashe Sub-District in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa
    Mubuyayi, Clever, 2014-08-26T11:47:20Z
    Introduction HIV/AIDS services are now given freely at public health facility level. They have been decentralized to the formal primary health facilities in the rural areas. Despite the efforts by the South African government, the utilization of those services remains a challenge. There are gender ...
  3. Deliveries at maternity ward at Evander District Hospital in the Mpumalanga Province
    Hlatywayo, Nanana Glory, 2014-08-26T11:53:21Z
    Background: The South African Department of Health stipulated that district hospitals must provide comprehensive package of preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative reproductive health services for women that requires medical and special resources, not found in the health centres and cl ...
  4. The roles and perceptions of career guidance teachers in influencing learners" choice of nursing as a career
    Sathekge, Hazel Sadie, 2014-08-26T11:57:53Z
    Career guidance teachers have an important role to play in the career choices of high school learners by presenting them with information on different careers so that informed decisions can be made. It follows that the amount and quality of information that such teachers have and their views or perc ...
  5. Registered nurse knowledge of the early warning signs of childhood cancer
    Raymond, Naseerah, 2014-08-26T12:04:34Z
    The global burden of cancer has more than doubled in the past 30 years. It is estimated that in 2008, 7 million people worldwide died of cancer. Although the majority of deaths were in adults, 90 000 deaths related to childhood cancers. Childhood cancer comprises all cancers arising in children unde ...
  6. The effective use of dialectical behavioural therapy skills by patients post discharge
    Jones, Delray Cyndon, 2014-08-26T12:09:25Z
    Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a disorder characterized by morbid impulsivity, lack of emotional control, disturbed interpersonal relationship and frequent self injurious suicidal behaviours. It is associated with high socioeconomic burden and high morbidity and mortality. An etiological f ...
  7. Intensive care nurses" knowledge of evidence based guidelines regarding weaning the mechanically ventilated patient
    Fischer, Jacquie Louise, 2014-08-26T12:15:40Z
    Evidenced based practice (EBP) guidelines have been developed to reduce variation in weaning, provide quality of care and patient satisfaction. Nurse led weaning has been shown to reduce weaning time, and therefore it was important to identify whether nurses have sufficient knowledge to implement ...
  8. Consciousness embodied: language and the imagination in the communal world of William Blake
    Pierce, Robyn, 2014-08-26T12:57:39Z
    This dissertation examines the philosophical and spiritual beliefs that underpin William Blake’s account of the imagination, his objections to empiricism and his understanding of poetic language. It begins by considering these beliefs in relation to the idealist principles of George Berkeley as a m ...
  9. Memory and violence: Displaced Zimbabwean rural communities reliving the memories of the March 2008 political violence.
    Mvundura, Wellington, 2014-08-26T13:03:12Z
    This thesis is premised on the argument that a distinct kind of narrative (‘truth’) about political violence, a narrative of the first-person experience, a narrative that is valued for its power to counter totalising historical narratives, is thought to reside in the subjective experience of each in ...
  10. ʻOut of placeʼ: Abjection in the early fiction of Abdulrazak Gurnah
    Ndonye, Connie M, 2014-08-26T13:13:55Z
    This study focuses on the theme of abjection in Abdulrazak Gurnah’s first three novels, Memory of Departure, Pilgrims Way and Dottie. More specifically, it engages the way the subjects of these novels share in narratives that position their bodies and identities as a type of borderland where they ar ...