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  1. The impact of US Peace Corps volunteers on the management and leadership of a school in Namibia : a case study
    Ipangelwa, Anna, 2003
    Peace Corps Volunteer teachers have played a significant role in Namibia’s attempts to restructure education in line with its policy of education for all. While we have learned a great deal in recent years about how Peace Corps Volunteer Teachers have achieved their stated goals and objectives of t ...
  2. Design, evaluation and comparison of evolution and reinforcement learning models
    Mclean , Clinton Brett, 2002
    This work presents the design, evaluation and comparison of evolution and reinforcement learning models, in isolation and combined in Darwinian and Lamarckian frameworks, with a particular emphasis being placed on their adaptive nature in response to environments that become increasingly unstable. O ...
  3. Diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (L.), (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae), and other insects of Canola, Brassica napus L., in Gauteng Province, South Africa
    Mosiane, Morake Samuel, 2002
    Canola, Brassics napus L. is a relatively new crop in South Africa. Insect pests have not yet been a major problem, but the notorious brassica specialist, diamondback moth (DBM), Plutella xylostella (L.) (Plutellidae) is establishing itself as a serious pest of this crop. DBM is the most important i ...
  4. Female school principals" perceptions of leadership in a male dominated education environment
    Mwingi, Mweru P., 2000
    Many well-known studies on leadership have ignored the perspective of women yet bear an emphasis on the importance of portraying leadership in its entirety. This would mean that all leadership perspectives are included and that leaders are allowed to speak for themselves and about themselves. It is ...
  5. Structural and functional characterisation of the protein inhibitor of activated STAT3 (PIAS3)
    Mautsa, Nicodemus, 2011
    The signal transducer and activator of transcription (STAT) and protein inhibitor of STAT(PIAS) system represent an elegant regulatory mechanism of transcriptional control IN mammalian cytokine signalling. Abnormal activation of the system is associated with immune disorders and a large group of di ...
  6. Abortion as disruption : discourses surrounding abortion in the talk of men
    Hansjee, Jateen, 2011
    This research examines men’s talk around abortion using critical discourse analysis. Current literature indicates a dearth of studies addressing the topic of men and abortion in various domains. An understanding of men’s relationship to abortion, however, is crucial to understanding abortion as a so ...
  7. Marine anti-malarial isonitriles : a synthetic and computational study
    Adendorff, Matthew Ralph, 2010
    The development of Plasmodium falciparum malarial resistance to the current armoury of anti-malarial drugs requires the development of new treatments to help combat this disease. The marine environment is a well established source of potential pharmaceuticals. Of interest to us are isonitrile, isocy ...
  8. Angel networks as a business start-up financing option in South Africa.
    Sibanda, Zenzo, 2011
    The following study is about business angels financing small business start-ups. It explores the aspect of starting up an entrepreneurial venture in which the entrepreneur seeks to secure start-up finance from lenders, raising the various issues that are known to characterise this engagement between ...
  9. An investigation of Grade 11 learners" mathematical preparedness in a selected Nambian school : a case study
    Mwandingi, Albertina Ndahambelela, 2010
    The proliferation in the number of schools offering junior secondary education in Namibia since independence in 1990 has led to an increase in the number of learners in the classroom and has created a wide range of mathematical proficiency among learners entering senior secondary education in grade ...
  10. A critical analysis of the socioeconomic impact assessments of the Addo Elephant National Park
    Rose, Matthew Calvin, 2010
    Impact assessment is a requirement for development in many countries across the globe, seeking to inform the decision-maker as to the environmental, social and economic impact of an ongoing or proposed project. Socioeconomic impact assessment (SEIA) is a means of informing decision-makers as to th ...