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  1. Planted 100 years ago
    No author, 1961-07-29
    Newspaper article: "Planted 100 years ago”. At the bottom of the article, a typed addition reads: "In January 1960 the old tree which stood just inside the gates of the Botanical Garden"s Grey Street entrance was partially blown down in a gale, and ordered to be removed in toto. It had been planted ...
  2. Old tree "chopped" by age and insects
    Matthews, Ray, 1969-11-24
    Newspaper article: "Old tree chopped by age and insects. Age and insects have put and end to one of Maritzburg"s national monuments. An acacia mimosa tree that stood in the centre lawn of the Parkside home of the Administrator of Natal since about 1800, has been chopped down for safety reasons. The ...
  3. A good tree is worth saving
    No author, 1971-04-07
    Newspaper article: "A good tree is worth saving” ...
  4. Bold man saves tree
    Babiana, 1972-07-19
    Newspaper article: "Bold man saves tree” ...
  5. Oak Tree
    Skead, C J (Cuthbert John), 1977-11-19
    Typed note: "Oak Tree. As at 1977.11.19. In the northwestern part of St. George"s Park, Port Elizabeth against the fence of the granstand at the Union Cricket Ground is an oak tree bearing a plate: "This tree was planted by Nathaniel Adler, Esq. on the occasion of the visit of H.R.H. Prince Alfred, ...
  6. Conference on the History of Opposition in Southern Africa
    Merè, Gary, 1978-01-27-30, (Students") Development Studies Group of University of the Witwatersrand
    The Inkatha movement has received, large publicity over the few years since its revival and especially recently with the formation of an alliance between Inkatha, the ("Coloured") labour Party and the ("Indian") Reform Party, Thi3 paper was done to suggest a possible approach, for discussion, to the ...
  7. Conference on the History of Opposition in Southern Africa
    Yawitch, Joanne, 1978-01-27-30, (Students") Development Studies Group of University of the Witwatersrand
    In June 1959 there were widespread riots and disturbances in the Durban African area of Cato Manor. The fundamental causes were socio-economic; arising from such factors as poor living conditions and widespread poverty. But it was the exhaustive beer-raids on illegal stills that provided a flashpoin ...
  8. Conference on the History of Opposition in Southern Africa
    Dison, David, 1978-01-27-30, (Students") Development Studies Group of University of the Witwatersrand
    It is certainly true that a number of the men who have sat in homeland representative councils live in white areas. Apartheid idealogues draw two inferences from this observation. Firstly, that as the policy of separate development unfolds, urban representation in homeland councils will be a continu ...
  9. Graphite: origin, deposits and economics: an exploration study of the Orom Graphite project
    van den Berg, Jacobus Petrus, 2018, Rhodes University
    Developing exploration projects successfully requires that the Reasonable Prospects for Eventual Economic Extraction (RPEEE) be confirmed and based on the global market perception and trend. The exploration methods applied in the attempt to establish this RPEEE must be based on a key management fram ...
  10. Understanding and quantifying channel transmission loss processes in the Limpopo River Basin
    Mvandaba, Vuyelwa, 2018, Rhodes University
    Water availability is one of the major societal issues facing the world. The ability to understand and quantify the impact of key hydrological processes on the availability of water resources is therefore integral to ensuring equitable and sustainable resource management. A review of previous hydrol ...