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  1. The last stop
    Mofokeng, Thabiso, 2016, Rhodes University
    My novella is set in the taxi industry. Its main characters are a wealthy taxi owner, a poor taxi driver from another African country, and the taxi driver"s girlfriend. The story is partly a ghost story and partly crime fiction, it combines gritty realism with magical elements. It shows what happens ...
  2. Perceptions of nurses with regard to staffing in the operating rooms of a private hospital
    Kriel, Dora Jenice, 2017, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
    Despite a number of research studies showing the correlation between higher nurse staffing levels and improved outcomes, RCN members continues to report lower nurse-to-patient ratios than what research results suggests (RCN, 2011:1). This reflected a general concern within the nursing profession. Th ...
  3. The relationship between employee value proposition, organisational commitment and intention-to-serve among provincial traffic officers
    Macpherson, Wayne Elvison, 2017, Nelson Mandela University
    Traffic officers are employed to protect and serve the community, but various sources including annual reports and newspaper articles cast doubt on whether these goals are attained in the Eastern Cape. These sources further allege that the failure to serve can be attributed to dissatisfaction and po ...
  4. Influence of blue/green versus red and white light sources on human dark adaptation and other selected visual functions
    Hendrikse, Egbert Johannes, , Rhodes University
    Red interior lighting used to preserve dark-adaptation needs to be replaced in military applications by blue/green lighting which is not detectable by 3rd-generation image intensifiers. This study investigated the influence of blue/green as compared to red and white light of equal photopic intensity ...
  5. Lifestyle orientation of high versus low achievers in traditional school sports: an holistic analysis
    Davies, Simeon, , Rhodes University
    One hundred and four subjects aged 16-18 years volunteered to participate in this study which sought to identify via an holistic model those factors that characterise the lifestyle orientations of high and low achievers (male and female) in traditional school sport. Subjects were evaluated with resp ...
  6. The effects of a 160 km run on selected anthropometric, physiological and psychological parameters
    Oltmann, Carmen, , Rhodes University
    Twenty-one male subjects volunteered to participate in this study of the effects of an u1tramarathon run under competitive conditions. Selected anthropometric measurements were made before and after the race. Blood samples were taken before, and within 10 min. of completing the race. Haematocrit and ...
  7. Satisfaction levels of visitors at the Tsitsikamma National Park
    Maluwa, Lutendo Obed, 2017, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
    The literature reviews on tourist satisfaction revealed that a satisfied tourist leads to positive word of mouth recommendation to friends and family, loyalty (return visits), competitive advantage and long-term profitability and sustainability. These favourable benefits resulting from satisfaction ...
  8. Direct income tax and the digital economy
    Mackenzie, Lara, 2017, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
    Due to the nature of the digital economy, multi-national entities are able to trade in countries over the internet without a physical presence, they are setting up group structures across the world, housing intellectual property in tax havens and shifting profits between jurisdictions, lowering thei ...