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  1. The degradation of lignocellulose in a biologically-generated sulphidic environment
    Roman, Henry James, 2004
    South Africa is renowned for its mining industry. The period over which the polluted waters from the existing and abandoned mines will require treatment has driven research into the development of passive treatment systems. These waters are characterised by a low pH, high concentrations of heavy met ...
  2. Information technology support for transformation in higher educational institutions in South Africa
    Roets, Rina Annette, 2006
    Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) have been in a state of change, and in South Africa, the term “transformation” is used to describe the changes occurring. These changes have implications for the structure, processes and focus of HEIs, and as such have implications for Information Technology (IS/ ...
  3. The development from a Wesleyan perspective of an appropriate model of multi-cultural ministry, from within a traditionally mono-cultural Methodist congregation
    Rist, Timothy John, 1998
    The intention of this thesis is to develop a model for multi-cultural ministry, and, in so doing, to enable Trinity Methodist Church, Charles Street, Bloemfontein to provide a comprehensive and meaningful ministry to all people, one that is not limited by the constraints of language and culture but ...
  4. An interpretive inquiry into girls" educational choices and aspirations : a case study of Murang"a district, Kenya
    Mwingi, Mweru P., 2008
    Global consensus on the importance of gender equity in education is perhaps one of the greatest agreements reached in the twentieth century. However, for countries in the sub Saharan African region where disparities of gender are wide and primary education takes priority, secondary education contin ...
  5. An investigation of the experiences and perceptions of teachers with regards to staff development in a Namibian secondary school
    Nasima, Gideon Emmanuel, 2005
    Staff development (SD) is regarded as an important process, both for the professional growth of teachers and the organizational development of schools. The literature on SD uses the concepts of ‘SD’, ‘professional development’ and ‘in-service training of teachers’ interchangeably. The purpose of thi ...
  6. An exploration of teacher perceptions and actions to conserve wetlands in Kenya
    Ndaruga, Ayub Macharia, 2004
    This thesis presents the findings of an exploration of teacher perceptions and actions to conserve wetlands in Kenya. It reports findings of a case study survey done with 54 primary school teachers from seven of eight Kenyan provinces. The teachers were sampled from a larger group of 242 teachers wh ...
  7. Thermal and photostability studies of triprolidine hydrochloride and its mixtures with cyclodextrin and glucose
    Ndlebe, Vuyelwa Jacqueline, 2004
    Triprolidine hydrochloride (C19H22N2.HCl.H2O) (TPH) is a well-known antihistamine drug. It melts between 118 oC and 122 o and the amount of water present is 4.5 mass percent. TPH is reported as being photosensitive and must be stored in sealed, light-tight containers. The thermal stabilities of TPH ...
  8. A remote interactive music keyboard tuition system
    Newton, Mark Brian, 2004
    A networked multimedia system to assist teaching music keyboard skills to a class is described. Teaching practical music lessons requires a large amount of interaction between the teacher and student and is thus teacher intensive. Although there is a range of computer software available for learnin ...
  9. Tackling mild head injury in rugby : a comparison of the cognitive profiles of professional rugby and cricket players
    Reid, Iain Robert, 1998
    The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of cumulative mild head injury on the cognitive functioning of professional rugby players. A comprehensive battery of neuropsychological tests was administered to 26 professional rugby players and to a comparison group of 21 professional cricket ...