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  1. Protecting employees living with HIV/AIDS in the workplace: a comparative study
    Gounden, Subashnee, 2017-07-28T07:06:59Z, University of Zululand
    This dissertation takes its focus from the plight of millions of South Africans living with HIV/AIDS. The disease predominantly affects adults of a working age resulting in direct impact on the workforce. Protecting the HIV/AIDS positive worker is crucial to ensuring a harmonious working environment ...
  2. Level of access to agricultural extension and advisory services by emerging livestock farmers in Uthungulu District Municipality, Kwa Zulu Natal Province
    Nkosi, Norah Zanele, 2017-07-28T12:25:59Z
    Lack of access to agricultural extension and advisory services is one of the major challenges facing emerging farmers in South Africa. The purpose of the study was to determine the level of access to extension and advisory services by emerging livestock farmers in uThungulu district municipality of ...
  3. Implementation guidelines for the objective structured clinical assessment of student nurses in a private nursing college in Gauteng
    Thawnarain, Amanda Michelle, 2017-07-31T11:49:10Z
    Using the right method of evaluation for clinical competence in nursing education plays a major role in obtaining appropriate results and making correct judgements. Nurse educators favour the Objective Structured Clinical Assessment (OSCA) for this purpose. The objective of this study was two-fold; ...
  4. Hotel front office staff and interest in tourist attractions : their influencing role in business tourists" visiting intentions
    Nthebe, Sello Samuel, 2017-08-01T13:29:25Z
    Introduction The National Department of Tourism (NDT) identified the underutilisation of tourist attractions as a challenge facing South Africa’s tourism. According to eThekwini Municipality (2014) and Gauteng Provincial Government (2001), domestic business tourists, amongst others, visit tourist a ...
  5. Can the season of burning affect the growth of Dichrostachys cinerea populations? : a hypothesis of phenology
    Schutz, Alex, 2017-08-01T13:32:29Z, University of Cape Town
    A hypothesis was put forward that summer burning would constrain the population growth of Dichrostachys cinerea as at this stage in the plant"s phenology carbon reserves are lowest after the initial spring flush and therefore post-burn re-growth would be stunted. Initial slow re-growth would affect ...
  6. Repair, by-pass and replacement in the urinary tract.
    Coetzee, Theunis, 2017-08-01T13:45:46Z, University of Cape Town
    The subject matter of this thesis might appear to consist of eleven separate essays. These have been grouped under the headings repair, by-pass and replacement. However, it is believed that the same theme might be apparent throughout, based chiefly on the following considerations: a. Retrospective s ...
  7. Producing knowledge or building "regimes" of truth? : a critical study of two community based organisations and a development facilitation agency in the Western Cape
    Laville, Rosabelle, 2017-08-01T13:47:31Z, University of Cape Town
    This study is based on research carried out at the request of the Community and Urban Services Support Project (CUSSP). The research formed part of the internship programme for the Practical Anthropology course at the University of Cape Town, and involved an investigation into the communication stra ...
  8. The dispersal paradox : can lowland granivorous mice also disperse the seeds they devour?
    Gwynne-Evans, David, 2017-08-01T13:46:22Z, University of Cape Town
    The relationship between two rodent species and the Cape Reed (Willdenowia incurvata) were examined. Many studies have focussed on the role of rodents as predators of plant seeds. However, it seems that certain rodents may actually perform a crucial role in the dispersal of plants. Experiments to un ...