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  1. A study of employee satisfaction in two manufacturing facilities of General Motors South Africa
    Matutoane, Leanetse Paul, 2009
    Employed individuals spend a majority of their waking time at work. Therefore, within an individual’s working lifetime, most hours will be spent at work. Subsequently, theories abound purporting that humans are hedonistic beings. Considering that on average people spend most of their working lives ...
  2. Beyond Afrocentricism and Orientalism : contemporary representations of transnational identities in the works of Nontsikelelo "Lolo" Veleko and Tracy Payne
    Pycroft, Hayley, 2010
    South African photographer Nontsikelelo “Lolo” Veleko and South African painter Tracy Payne explore different ways of communicating African realities. The visual imagery of these two artists focuses a lot on movement, challenging the rigidity of boundaries set by Western social constructs. In their ...
  3. Psigobiografiese persoonlikheidsbeskrywing van Generaal Christiaan de Wet
    Henning, Riana, 2010
    Hierdie is "n psigobiografiese studie van Generaal Christiaan Rudolph de Wet. "n Psigobiografiese studie is die bestudering van "n persoon se volledige lewe met die doel om die persoon beter te verstaan. Psigobiografiese navorsing maak gebruik van psigologiese teorieë wat aangewend word om die biogr ...
  4. Developing a systematic model for the capturing and use of African oral poetry : the Bongani Sitole experience.
    Mostert, Andre, 2010
    Oral traditions and oral literature have long contributed to human communication.The advent of arguably the most important technology, the written word, altered human ability to create and develop. However, this development for all its potential and scope created one of the most insidious dichotomie ...
  5. Bluetooth audio and video streaming on the J2ME platform.
    Sahd , Curtis Lee, 2010
    With the increase in bandwidth, more widespread distribution of media, and increased capability of mobile devices, multimedia streaming has not only become feasible, but more economical in terms of space occupied by the media file and the costs involved in attaining it. Although much attention has b ...
  6. An entrepreneurial framework for deciding on the implementation of large format digital printing internationally
    Adendorff, Christian Michael, 2003
    This study focuses on entrepreneurs within the SME sector using large format digital printing (LFDP) because of the changes in technology that influences the decisionmaking processes of the entrepreneur in the purchasing of a new LFDP. These fast changes are likely to continue and can cause technol ...
  7. The garden as a metaphor for paradise
    Adlard, Michelle Catherine, 2001
    In this half thesis the use of the garden as a metaphor for paradise has been explored. The English word “ paradise“ was derived from the Greek word “ paradeisos” which in turn was derived from the Old Avestana “ pairi-daeza,” meaning an enclosure. In Ancient Persia the concept applied to an enclos ...
  8. Serotonin-melatonin interactions in acetaminophen and N,N-dimethylformamide toxicity
    Anoopkumar-Dukie, Shailendra, 2000
    Acetaminophen and N,N-dimethylformamide (DMF) are compounds which are extremely toxic to the liver. Acetaminophen is a drug which is well known for its analgesic and antipyretic properties. However, the abuse potential of this agent as a non-narcotic analgesic in alcoholics is well known. It is also ...
  9. An investigation into cultural differences in the conceptualization of and attributions about cognitive decline in the elderly.
    Fair , David Alan, 1999
    There is little data regarding the prevalence of dementia in South Africa. Estimating such prevalence is problematic as the most commonly used cognitive screening tests are inappropriate for use in non-western populations. For this reason researchers have explored the use of informant questionnaire ...
  10. Generation of polyclonal antibodies against Theiler"s Murine Encephalomyelitis virus protein 2C, and their use in investigating localisation of the protein in infected cells
    Jauka, Tembisa Innocencia, 2010
    The Picornavirus family of positive sense RNA viruses includes some significant human and animal pathogens including Poliovirus (PV), Foot-and-Mouth disease virus (FMDV) and Human Rhinovirus (HRV). The genome is translated within the host cell into a polyprotein that is proteolytically cleaved into ...