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  1. Social Services and Benefits
    Kruuse, Helen, 2008
    Family Law Service is a subscription based product including both the printed loose-leaf and LexisMobile publications. Updates for 12 months (print and mobile) are included in the price. Family Law Service covers aspects of law pertaining to the family, including domestic violence, the Law of Islam, ...
  2. The Emerging Role of ubuntu-botho in Developing a Consensual South African Legal Culture
    Kruuse, Helen, 2007
    Legal culture in apartheid South Africa has variously been described as conservative and positivist, with judicial deference to the executive and to parliamentary sovereignty; formalistic, technical and authoritarian; and ‘of reasoned argument’ and justification. Until 1994, law drew its legitimacy ...
  3. Rewrite, revise, refine, reflect, rethink: the long and short of teaching journalism at Rhodes
    Garman, Anthea, 2012, Rhodes University
    Vice-Chancellor’s 2011 Senior Distinguished Teaching Award lecture, 10 October 2012 ...
  4. Plasmodium falciparum Hsp70-x : a heat shock protein at the host-parasite interface
    Hatherley, R, 2013
    Plasmodium falciparum 70 kDa heat shock proteins (PfHsp70s) are expressed at all stages of the pathogenic erythrocytic phase of the malaria parasite lifecycle. There are six PfHsp70s,all of which have orthologues in other plasmodial species, except for PfHsp70-x which is unique to P. falciparum. Thi ...
  5. Unconscious nobility: the animal poetry of Harold Farmer
    Wylie, D, 2007
    I want to suggest that Harold Farmer"s poetry works repeatedly in this area of ambiguity, a zone of tension triangulated, as it were, between three impulses. First : a notion (or even the fact) that a sense of community depends on "knowing" what the "other" is thinking or feeling, and on being able ...
  6. The dassie and the hunter: a South African meeting, by Jeff Opland: book review
    Wylie, D, 2005
    [From the intoduction]: In this fascinating if not quite fine book Professor Opland, doyen scholar of oral poetries, treads that razor-edged line, devil of all memoirists, between humility and hubris, between open honesty and wallowing in one’s own unavoidability. David Yali-Manisi, the other half o ...
  7. Open source in South African schools : two case studies
    Halse, G A, 2002
    One of the major problems facing schools in South Africa is the difficulty in obtaining modern, up-to-date computer facilities. This paper looks at the use of open source solutions in two government schools in South Africa to demonstrate that it is possible for schools to utilise almost any existing ...
  8. A bi-directional SOAP/SMS gateway service
    Halse, G A, 2002
    Many applications need the ability to do real-time notification when events occur. Often the people who need to be kept aware of events are in a remote location. This paper looks at a bi-directional gateway between networked computers and the GSM short message service. The gateway is implemented as ...
  9. Open source in South African schools : two case studies
    Halse, G A, 2002
    One of the major problems facing schools in South Africa is the difficulty in obtaining modern, up-to-date computer facilities. This paper looks at the use of open source solutions in two government schools in South Africa to demonstrate that it is possible for schools to utilise almost any existing ...
  10. XML to facilitate management of multi-vendor networks
    Halse, G A, 2001
    Many standards aimed at managing networks currently exist, and yet networks remain notoriously difficult to maintain. Template-based management systems go a long way towards solving this problem. By developing an XML based language to describe network elements, as well as the topology of a network, ...