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  1. Credit accessibility and rural development in the former Ciskei : an overview of Keiskammahoek
    Kimemia, Peter Njau, 2001
    This study focuses on the issue of credit accessibility for the rural poor. Taking cognisance of the critical role played by innovative micro-lending mechanisms in the sphere of rural development, the study reaffirms the need to enhance access to financial services by rural communities. However, it ...
  2. Being Indian, being MK: an exploration of the experiences and ethnic identities of Indian South African Umkhonto we Sizwe members
    Lalla, Varsha, 2012
    Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) was a military organization dominated by black Africans. Although it is not generally associated with Indian South Africans, who form a minority in the country, there were Indian MK members. This thesis explores the way in which Indian MK members reconciled aspects of their et ...
  3. Contribution towards the development of a management plan for the baitboat and sport fishery for tuna in South Africa
    Newcombe, Hylton Cecil, 2011
    Tuna are of significant global economic importance and a prime food source. Increased levels of fishing have resulted in many stocks being under threat and a number of species are considered to be overfished. The South African tuna industry has had limited management attention from the South Afri ...
  4. An exploration of the social workers" role in promoting sustainability of poverty alleviating projects
    Ndude, Peace-Maker Mqokeleli, 2002
    In this research study the researcher attempted to gain an insight on what constitutes sustainability of poverty alleviating projects. Further, the researcher attempted to explore and gain understanding of the role of social worker in promoting sustainability of poverty alleviating projects. Sinc ...
  5. Curating the reviled, beloved and quotidian : a retrospective of Vladimir Tretchikoff
    Lamprecht, Andrew Paul, 2012
    This thesis aims to contextualise my curation of "Tretchikoff: The People"s Painter" at the Iziko South African National Gallery by outlining the process by which I came to embark on this project and to examine the concepts of mass art and kitsch in relation to the painter. Mass art, in Noel Carroll ...
  6. "Pilgrim"s Process" : a master"s monomyth
    Lands, Morgan Miles, 2012
    Introduction There is little focus on spirituality and the Spiritual Intelligence of children within the South African National Curriculum Statement (NCS) for schooling or in the Curriculum and Policy Statements (CAPS) of 2011. The word ‘spirituality’ does not appear in either document. The purpose ...
  7. An analysis of the determinants and recent decline of private savings in South Africa
    Linde, Kathryn Leigh, 2012
    Low domestic saving rates make South Africa highly dependent on foreign capital inflows to fund higher investment levels. These inflows are highly volatile and may prove to be unsustainable in the long-run. This study analyses the determinants of private saving in South Africa, with specific referen ...
  8. Homogenous and heterogenous catalytic activity of metallophthalocyanines towards electrochemical detection of organic compounds
    Mafatle, Tsukutlane J.P., 1998
    Cysteine plays an important role in many biological and pharmaceutical systems. Therefore, in view of its importance, it is essential to find means of detecting it at the lowest possible levels. In this regard, electrochemical techniques have been found to be capable of detecting analytes even at mi ...
  9. The development of isiZulu as an academic language for the teaching of fundamental concepts in economics
    Makhatini, Freedom Nkanyiso, 2012
    This thesis looks at language as the medium of all our ideas and sentiments. The thesis represents a position statement regarding the development of isiZulu as an academic language. The field of Economics is used to merely illustrate and support the points that are being made in this work. It is arg ...
  10. Teachers" leadership roles at a public rural school in the Ohangwena Region, Namibia
    Nauyoma-Hamupembe, Ladipaleni Ndadiinina, 2011
    The changing global and local circumstances and shift for democracy posed particular problems for school administration and leadership and made it difficult for principals to fulfil leadership responsibilities in schools alone. Hence principals require the assistance of all stakeholders in the sch ...