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  1. The development of a WAIS-III short form for use in South Africa
    Rust, Annegret L., 2000
    The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale - 3rd Edition (WAIS-III) is the newest of the internationally recognised Wechsler family of intelligence tests. It has been improved in terms of its psychometric properties, neuropsychological assessment abilities and its content. This test is in the process of ...
  2. An account of second language teaching and learning in a multi-standard farm school classroom, utilising an ethnographic approach
    Krause, Siobbhan Karen, 1998
    Multi-standard classrooms are a distinctive feature of many South African farm schools. This study adopts an ethnographic approach in order to explore how classroom life in one particular Eastern Cape multistandard farm school classroom is shaped by a set of circumstances which influence the nature ...
  3. The mandibular gland secretions and ovarial development of worker honeybees (Apis Mellifera) in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa
    Reece, Sacha Louise, 2000
    The Eastern Cape is an area in which Apis mellifera capensis, A. m. scutellata and their hybrid are known to naturally occur. I investigated the mandibular gland profiles and ovarial development of queenright workers from 4 localities. Their queens were then removed to determine how these aspects ch ...
  4. The effect of load carriage on selected metabolic and perceptual responses of military personnel
    Ramabhai, Leena I., 2000
    Taking a multi-disciplinary, integrated approach, the present study sought to examine selected physiological and psycho-physical parameters related to load carriage involving a 12 km march under military conditions. Military constraints hampered, but did not entirely inhibit the secondary aim of t ...
  5. T̀o be God with God" : towards a new understanding of autotheistic experience
    L"Ange, Iain Norman, 1999
    Christian mystical literature contains language which has been described as autotheistic (Gr. Auto = self, theos = God); that is, language which sounds pantheistic because it is language which bespeaks a strict identification of oneself with God. The writings of the Flemish mystic John Ruusbroec (1 ...
  6. Juvenile diversion : keeping children out of prison
    Lewis, Sharon, 1997
    This thesis covers the topic of juvenile diversion with respect to keeping juveniles from progressing further into the justice system as well as keeping them out of prison. It deals with a number of areas. The first is diversion before an offence has been committed - prevention. Here a number of re ...
  7. Stratigraphy and geochemistry of the Makganyene formation, Transvaal supergroup, Northern Cape, South Africa
    Polteau, Stéphane, 2000
    The Makganyene Formation forms the base of the Postmasburg Group in the Transvaal Supergroup of the Northern Cape Province. The Makganyene Formation has diamictite as the main rock type, but siltstone, sandstone, shale, and iron-formations are also present. A glacial origin has been proposed in th ...
  8. The effect of different parameters on the rupture properties of leather in a tensile test
    Makhothe, Kelebohile, 1998
    This thesis explores the effect of some parameters on the breaking strain, strength and the shape of the stress-strain curve of bovine leather as revealed by uniaxial tensile tests. The parameters explored are fatliquoring, moisture content, strain rate and cyclic stressing. A basic mechanical mode ...
  9. Volatility and the risk return relationship on the South African equity market
    Mandimika, Neville, 2010
    The volatility of stock markets has important implications for investment decision making, financial stability and overall macroeconomic stability. This study examines the risk-return relationship as well as the behaviour of volatility of the South African equity markets using both aggregate, indus ...
  10. An investigation into the possible neuroprotective role of melatonin in copper-loading
    Parmar, Paresh H., 2001
    Copper is an extremely toxic metal in biological systems and thus, its availability to the system, must be effectively and efficiently controlled. Copper is vital for life, as it is essential for critical enzymes in biological systems. It is free copper in the biological systems that is toxic, as fr ...