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  1. Rural youth poverty alleviation in the Zambezi Region: problems and possibilities
    Sisinyise, Nico Liswani, 2020-11-18T08:51:00Z
    The objectives of the study were to analyse rural youth poverty alleviation in the Zambezi Region, problems, and possibilities in order to determine how rural youth agricultural and non-agricultural livelihood activities have improved their livelihood and alleviated poverty. The Sustainable Liveliho ...
  2. Digital soil mapping as a tool for improved road and game drive management within Phinda Private Game Reserve, Kwa-Zulu Natal
    Fourie, Petrus Johannes, 2020-11-18T08:54:00Z
    With the development of digital technology during the last decade and the improvement of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), it has become easier for various scientific fields to predict and extrapolate data. Various organisations and institutions continuously develop algorithms and software to a ...
  3. Characterisation of South African wheat genotypes to improve nutritional quality and yield
    Lephuthing, Mantshiuwa Christinah, 2020-11-18T09:05:54Z
    Bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is an important cereal crop that provides over 20% of the global calorie intake. With the world population constantly growing, yield production must increase to meet food demands. Wheat plays a significant role on nutritional and food security especially in rura ...
  4. Diversity and functions of soil macrofauna in organic and conventional wheat ecosystems
    Mamabolo, Emogine, 2020-11-18T09:13:12Z
    Conventional agriculture is one of the widely adopted agricultural practices globally with an aim to increase production. This practice effectually increases yields, but with a growing array of environment and health concerns. Organic agriculture is reflected as a "sustainable substitute" for con ...
  5. An analysis of employee organisational commitment in the Cenacle of Salvation Church : a communication perspective
    Ntsonyane, Marie Mary, 2020-11-18T10:39:04Z
    This study explores the contribution of communication on organisational commitment within the Cenacle of Salvation Church. Religious institutions are increasing at a speedy rate and their employees are also increasing, it is therefore, important to explore areas of employee wellness such as commi ...
  6. Strategic management of conservation areas: a systems thinking approach to sustaining complex multi-stakeholder organisations
    Buys, Adriaan, 2020-11-18T12:20:31Z
    Land under conservation is critical for biodiversity. South Africa has not achieved the Aichi 11 biodiversity target, which is set to allocate 17% of terrestrial land as protected areas by 2020. South Africa has, however, been an example, globally, how private conservation can fill the gap. It is es ...
  7. Can soil factors of Namibian fairy circles explain the absence of vegetation from them?
    von Hase, Fabian, 2020-11-18T19:16:35Z, Faculty of Science
    Fairy circles are an enigmatic feature of the pro-Namib zone of Namibia which is expressed in countless barren circles of 2 -12 m in diameter. In April 2010, 54 fairy circles were studied in the Namibrand Nature Reserve to investigate the hypothesis that their soils show differences to the soils of ...
  8. "N doelwitbestuursmodel vir werkverrigtingbevordering op plaaslike owerheidsvlak
    Hohls, Orlando Eibert, 2020-11-18T10:18:35Z, Universiteit van Wes-Kaapland
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  9. Factors influencing the rendering of services in academic libraries
    Hosana, Faith Rhulani, 2020-11-18T10:23:23Z, University of the Western Cape
    Magister Bibliothecologiae - MBibl ...