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  1. The transformation of KwaZulu homeland from a primary Agrarian to a more integrated political and socio-economic entity, 1972 - 1994
    Ntuli, Sihle Herbert, 2010-08-10T08:48:30Z
    The purpose of this thesis is to present the critical understanding of how KwaZulu and its people have changed and developed under the abnormal conditions of apartheid. ...
  2. Cultural and heritage tourism development and promotion in the Ndwedwe municipal area: perceived policy and practice
    Ximba, Elphas Zobaphi, 2010-08-10T09:26:24Z
    Any development or promotion of a product, be it in cultural tourism development or heritage, needs to be well planned and executed on the basis of existing policies, so as to effectively benefit the broader local community. Many municipalities in KwaZulu-Natal, such as the Ndwedwe Local Municipali ...
  3. The effects of browsing on growth, structure and physiological aspects of Acacia grandicornuta and Combretum apiculatum
    Mamashela, Charlotte Thandeka, 2010-08-11T06:24:26Z
    Very little is known about plants growing in savannas, especially how woody plants respond to browsing and variations in resources. It is assumed that growth rate and concentrations of defenses are inversely related, but will be affected by resource availability. It can be postulated further that in ...
  4. Service quality, empowerment and ethics in the South African hospitality and tourism industry and the road ahead using ISO9000/1
    Nicolaides, Angelo, 2010-08-11T06:44:20Z
    The study investigates the concept of quality service in the Hospitality and Tourism Industry. What quality service means to different customers may vary considerably from individual to individual and from country to country. It is nevertheless an indispensable aspect of business which has far more ...
  5. Developmental appraisal in Primary Schools at eSikhalenisenkosi ward
    Khuzwayo, Hellen Phindile, 2010-08-11T06:51:19Z
    The study focused on developmental appraisal in primary schools at Esikhaleni senkosi ward. ...
  6. Zulu perceptions and reactions to the British occupation of land in Natal Colony and Zululand, 1850-1887 : a recapitulation based on surving oral and written sources
    Masina, Edward Muntu, 2010-08-19T09:40:04Z
    This thesis seeks to close some lacunae that exists in the historiography of Natal and Zululand. Whereas the activities of the colonials are well documented and widely read, the actions and responses of the Zulu people to colonial expansion in Natal and Zululand have been neglected or only given a c ...
  7. Lucwaningo ngetibongo temakhosi emaSwati : Sobhuza I- Sobhuza II
    Thwala, Jozi Joseph, 2010-08-19T09:51:53Z
    Lucwaningo loluhlelwe ngetehluko letisitfupha, ngetibongo temaKhosi eluhlanga lasitfupha lalandzelako: Sobhuza I (1815 - 1836), Mswati Il (1840 - 1868), Ludvonga Il, Mbandzeni (1875 - 1889), Mahlokohla (1890 - 1899) naSobhuza II (1921 - 1982). Lapha kubukwe Iikhono lebumbongi ngekugcila elulwimini, ...
  8. Ucwaningo olunzulu ngeqhaza elibanjwe ukulwa nezimpi ekukhulisweni kolimi lwesiZulu
    Mzimela, Mpiyezintombi Boy, 2010-08-19T10:04:44Z
    Lona ngumsebenzi wocwaningo ohlelwe ngokwezahluko eziyisithupha. Leso naleso sahluko sizinze emgomeni munye ogqamile ngeqhaza elibanjwe ukulwa nezimpi ekukhuliseni ulimi IwesiZulu. Isahluko sokuqala sethula zocwaningo, ukuveza inkinga, kanye nomdiyo wocwaningo. ucwaningo jikelele ngokuxwaningisisa i ...
  9. Some aspects of word-formation in isiZulu : with special reference to morphological and Lexical processes
    Madondo, Louis Musawenkosi Muziwenhlanhla S"Nothi, 2010-08-19T10:14:51Z
    Word-formation has received very little attention in isiZulu in the past. This situation has been caused by the approach of word analysis which was pioneered by grammarians like Doke (1956), Nyembezi (1965) and others that followed in their steps. The main aim of this study is therefore to put word- ...
  10. Tithes and offerings in the South African context: the bible and reality
    van Rensburg, David Reuben, 2010-08-19T10:26:31Z
    No in-depth study has ever been undertaken with respect to the practice adopted by urban, middle-class, South African Christians in response to the Biblical approach to giving to God"s work. This study surveys and interrogates traditionally held views about the Biblical approach to tithes, offerings ...