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  1. Does blockchain technology offer a solution to the remaining impediments to the more widespread use of electronic negotiable bills of lading?
    Smit, Jason Johnathan, 2021-03-01T18:53:59Z, Faculty of Law
    The problem when it comes to the concept of possession in terms of technology and transferring possession which requires the concept of exclusivity which cannot be tampered with. Data messages cannot in their current state cannot be a symbol of goods that by constructive possession rights of a holde ...
  2. Factors influencing lecturer assessment practice in diverse southern contexts
    Sims, Danica Anne, 2021-03-01T18:56:30Z, Faculty of Health Sciences
    Assessment practice in Health Professionals Education (HPE) has serious consequences for the student and public as it impacts on student learning and outcomes, ultimately certifying a graduate as safe for public practice, and thereby affecting patient care. The goal is for assessment to be practiced ...
  3. Evaluation of the financial challenges faced by contract farmers in achieving transformation in the agricultural sector in South Africa
    Skepe, Siphelo, 2021-03-01T19:40:12Z, Faculty of Commerce
    Access to finance is an essential factor in the agricultural value chain and enables participants to purchase essential inputs and infrastructure (e.g. machinery and land) necessary for the production process, grading, processing, packaging and distribution of their produce. Finance is also required ...
  4. The association of maternal HIV status during pregnancy on longitudinal neuro-immune regulation, and neurodevelopment in HIV-exposed uninfected children
    Sevenoaks, Tatum, 2021-03-01T05:08:19Z, Faculty of Health Sciences
    Introduction: It has long been established that the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and its effects, such as its impact on the immune system and then the numerous consequences on other biological systems including the central nervous system (CNS), have had a significant effect worldwide. This is ...
  5. The impact of branding on support intentions towards supported social enterprises: The case of The Big Issue South Africa
    Simons, Aaqib, 2021-03-01T15:38:54Z, Faculty of Commerce
    A rising problem for social enterprises within South Africa is that consumers tend to display mixed interests towards their marketing campaigns. The technological revolution has allowed consumers to become more adept and ethically sensitised at identifying deceptive marketing ploys. In light of the ...
  6. A descriptive study of call centre complaints and their management in a Western Cape EMS
    Spicer, Richard Michael Frank, 2021-03-01T18:41:23Z, Faculty of Health Sciences
    Introduction Emergency medical services (EMS) play a vital role in addressing the high burden of disease posed by emergency conditions in low-to-medium income countries and it is vital to ensure that EMS care is of a high quality. Complaints and their management are an important mechanism in address ...
  7. A Retrospective Review of Paediatric Non-Infectious Uveitisin Cape Town: Disease Characteristics and Outcomes on Immunomodulating Treatment
    Slamang, Waheba, 2021-03-01T19:48:24Z, Faculty of Health Sciences
    Background Uveitis is a known cause of blindness in the developed world, where non-infectious diseases dominate the spectrum of underlying aetiologies. However, data from sub-Saharan Africa is lacking. Here we aim to describe the diseases associated with non-infectious uveitis and the impact of curr ...
  8. Guidelines on the use of indigenous-western anti-hypertensive therapies in Belize
    Husaini, Danladi Chiroma, 2021-03-01T08:27:20Z
    This study’s objectives were to identify, describe, and provide guidelines on using indigenous-western antihypertensive therapies in Belize to examine indigenous therapies’ efficacy in lowering blood pressure. The researcher utilized an explanatory sequential mixed method research design to examine ...
  9. The role of heads of departments in the teaching of mathematics in primary schools of the Eastern Cape Province
    Zide, Nkosinati Kennedy, 2021-03-01T09:52:12Z
    The study sought to investigate the role of Heads of Departments (HoDs) in the teaching of mathematics in primary schools of the Eastern Cape Province in the OR Tambo Inland District using a qualitative approach and a case study design in particular. Data was collected using both semi-structured ...
  10. Analysis of the socioeconomic impact of the palm oil industry on smallholder farmers in Rumonge, Burundi
    Benoit, Nzokizwa, 2021-03-01T10:39:43Z
    This study analysed the impact of the palm oil industry on smallholder and subsistence farmers in the Rumonge region of Burundi, the second poorest country in the world. Burundi has widespread poverty and suffers severe capacity constraints, and skill shortages brought about, in part, by ethnic civi ...