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  1. The serpent both in water and on land : a critical phenomenological investigation of foreign students" experiences of learning English in South Africa
    Picard, Michelle Yvette, 2000
    In this dissertation I attempt to examine “the experience of the perspective” of foreign students introduced into English classrooms in South Africa. I acknowledge the importance of focussing on the individual’s narrative, since it is “only through an unconscious synthetic activity of consciousness” ...
  2. A Zulu martyr? : what are the factors that led to the sparse and irregular public commemoration on Maqhamusela Khanyile in the Lutheran church to which he belonged?
    Nürnberger, Margarete Paula Luise, 2000
    Personal motivation and formulation of the research problem supplies the content of chapter 1. Chapter 2 of this report surveys the approaches, methodologies and skills that have been utilized. As this is a study in spirituality the viability of plying it as an academic interdisciplinary disciplin ...
  3. The selection paradox : selecting and evaluating trainee psychologists in the context of narrative theory
    Kaschula, Joanne, 2003
    Psychology has become an increasingly popular discipline for study in the South African context, with the number of students enrolling for courses increasing rapidly. The selection and evaluation of trainee psychologists is a complex and contested issue. With so few students reaching Masters level a ...
  4. An investigation into the effects of socio-economic and education factors on WAIS-III performance in a stratified South African sample
    Kemp, Ryan, 2001
    The present study examined the effects of socio-economic status, quality and level of education on performance on the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale 3rd Edition r.:w AIS-III). The study was conducted within the context of the present Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) W AIS-III standardisati ...
  5. Reproductive behaviour of the skunk clownfish, Amphiprion akallopisos, under captive conditions
    Haschick, Rory Dean, 1998
    The objectives of the study were to determine whether or not behaviour could be used to predict spawning in Amphiprion akallopisos, and to document the behaviour of this species under various environmental conditions in captivity. The spawning behaviour of A. akallopisos was studied and quantified. ...
  6. Effect of feeding regimen, temperature and stocking density on growth and survival of juvenile clownfish (Amphiprion percula)
    Johnston, Gavin, 2001
    In aquaculture, a thorough knowledge of the specific environmental requirements of a species is needed in order to maximize growth rate and survival. There is a paucity of data regarding the fundamental environmental requirements for the ongrowing phase of clownfish juveniles. This prompted the desi ...
  7. The measurement of genetic diversity in mycobacterium tuberculosis using random amplified polymorphic DNA profiling
    Richner, Sharon M., 2000
    Mycobacterium tuberculosis has caused a resurgence in pulmonary disease in both developed and developing countries in recent times, particularly amongst people infected with the human immunodeficiency virus. The disease has assumed epidemic proportions in South Africa and in the Eastern Cape Provi ...
  8. Environment as integrating organiser : a case study of curriculum 2005 in KwaMhlanga, South Africa
    Khumalo, Four-Ten Enock, 2001
    Curriculum 2005 is an attempt by the South African government to create and implement a strategic plan to change the formal school curriculum. The new curriculum has "integration" as one of its focal features. This study is an investigation of the use of" environment" as an integrating" organiser" i ...
  9. The ecology and physiology of the springhare (Pedetes capensis) in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa
    Peinke, Dean Michael, 2000
    Springhare are large, bipedal, nocturnal, herbivorous, burrowing rodents that are found in arid and semi-arid parts of southern and eastern Africa. In this thesis I examine the general ecology, biology and physiology of these animals in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. An investigation oft ...
  10. A synthetic and spectrometric study of the initial phases in urea-formaldehyde resin formation
    Nocanda, Xolani Wittleton, 1998
    In a series ofpreIiminary studies of urea-formaldehyde reactions, the influence of the U:F molar ratio, the temperature and the catalyst were investigated. Subsequently, in a more rigorous evaluation of the influence of four variables on urea-formaldehyde resin formation, viz., U:F molar ratio, pH, ...