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  1. Exploratory-descriptive analysis of the public image of the police
    Potgieter, Phillippus Johannes, 2017-01-18T08:15:47Z, University of Zululand
    Prior to 1994, South Africa was ruled by an authoritarian government known for its repressive policing methods which was replaced by a democratic, non-paramilitary police system, the South African Police Service (SAPS). Policing in both post-communist (Poland, Lithuania, Hungary, etc.) and post-apar ...
  2. Response of marula to simulated browsing on a productivity gradient
    Siko, Sakhile Michael, 2017-01-19T05:46:43Z, University of Zululand
    Marula (Sclerocarya birrea) is a heavily utilisedsavannah tree species and is widely used by people and animals for its leaves, bark, fruits and roots. Because of its importance in terms of economy, ecology, cultural values and dominance in some low veld areas of South Africa, it is therefore of imp ...
  3. The synthesis, characterisation and bioapplications of Novel Gold-Zinc Telluride Core-shell Nanoparticles
    Dunpall, Rekha, 2017-01-19T06:16:47Z, University of Zululand
    There is a growing demand for the development of innovative nano-drug delivery systems that can both target and improve cancer therapies more effectively than conventional chemotherapy. Novel Au-ZnTe nanoparticles was designed to support biocompatibility features that can be utilised for drug delive ...
  4. Perspectives on a mediating role for effective teaching and learning of Life Orientation in the Further Education and Training (FET) Band in schools under the Pinetown District of KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa
    Zulu, Gladstone Khulani, 2017-01-19T12:15:45Z, University of Zululand
    The inclusion of the subject, Life Orientation, in the school curriculum for a democratic education dispensation was the realisation of the recommendation of the National Education Crisis Committee or NECC (1992) in its research for a curriculum model for a post-apartheid society (CUMSA) and Educati ...
  5. The research trends of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Research at the University of Zululand
    Ocholla, Dennis, 2017-06-02T13:11:18Z, University of Zululand
    The Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences departments play a fundamental role in university education and in promoting the vision and mission of the University of Zululand. This paper explores definitions of Humanities and the Social Sciences, and the terms ‘research’ and ‘research output’, and exami ...
  6. N,N"-diisopropylthiourea and N,N"-dicyclohexylthiourea zinc(II) complexes as precursors for the synthesis of ZnS nanoparticles
    Moloto, N., 2017-06-09T11:17:27Z, Academy of Science of South Africa
    The single X-ray crystal structures of zinc (II) complexes of N,N"-diisopropylthiourea and N,N"-dicyclohexylthiourea were determined. These complexes, similar to other alkylthioureas, were found to be effective as precursors for the preparation of hexadecylamine-capped ZnS nanoparticles. The complex ...
  7. Evaluation of the effectiveness of the 360-credit National Professional Diploma in Education (NPDE) programme
    Ngidi, David, 2017-06-09T11:17:52Z, Education Association of South Africa (EASA)
    We investigated the effectiveness of the 360-credit National Professional Diploma (NPDE) as a programme that is aimed at the upgrading of currently serving unqualified and under-qualified educators, with a view to improving the quality of teaching and learning in schools and Further Education and Tr ...
  8. Work related conditions affecting community caregivers providing services to persons living with HIV and AIDS at eMondlo Township
    Kubeka, Phindile Bonakele, 2017-06-22T09:22:38Z, University of Zululand
    The study was about work related conditions affecting community caregivers on HIV/AIDS positive people at eMondlo Township, which is approximately 28 kilometres from Vryheid town in KwaZulu-Natal. Vryheid is located in the Northern part of KwaZulu-Natal province and forms part of the Zululand Distri ...
  9. The use of the reading-response journal as a strategy in promoting writing skills in further education and training phase schools
    Mhlongo, Hlengiwe Romualda, 2017-06-22T09:40:19Z, University of Zululand
    This study is aimed at investigating whether or not the use of the reading-response journal as a strategy can yield any positive results in enhancing development of writing skills among learners. The study was conducted as a case study in one of the Further Education and Training (FET) phase schools ...
  10. A historical analysis of South Africa’s post-1994 multilateral drive in selected international multilateral organisations
    Zubane, Patrick Sphephelo, 2017-06-22T09:58:16Z, University of Zululand
    In 1994, South Africa became a more inclusive democratic state when Nelson Mandela became the first black president. This era marked a new course for a new democratic South Africa. The post-apartheid political dispensation has ushered in a prestigious opportunity for a newly democratic South Africa ...