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  1. An economic analysis of the factors that affect the success of new freehold growers in the South African sugar industry.
    Floyd, Warren N., 2009
    The South African (SA) Sugar Industry is committed to transformation in land ownership and supports the SA government"s target to transfer 30% of freehold sugarcane land to previously disadvantaged individuals (PDls) by 2014 via the land market under the willing buyer/willing seller principle. The m ...
  2. Towards an understanding of the relationships between homestead farming and community gardens at the rural areas of Umbumbulu, KwaZulu-Natal.
    Ndlovu, Mfundo M., 2007
    This study explores the perceptions of the value of community gardens by members and the relationship between this activity and homestead farming activities in Ogagwini, Umbumbulu District, KwaZulu-Natal. Establishing and supporting community gardens is consistent with the strategies adopted by Sout ...
  3. A school of the digital arts for Durban.
    Smith, Gareth Erskine., 2008
    The purpose of this research document was to determine a relevant response and appropriate architecture for the design of a School of the Digital Arts for Durban, South Africa. The nature of this architecture was generated through the investigation of current literature, case and precedent studies a ...
  4. The design of a centre of the performing arts : catalyst for the rejuvenation of Durban"s embankment.
    Haiden, Lauren., 2009
    The purpose of this dissertation is twofold. Firstly to investigate the aspects and issues around performing arts and their influence on architecture. Secondly, to set the brief for the design of a performing arts theatre that directly relates to its surroundings, namely Durban"s bay and urban water ...
  5. The development of a Zulu speech reception threshold test for Zulu first language speakers in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN).
    Panday, Seema., 2006
    The measurement of speech reception threshold (SRT) is best evaluated in an individual"s first language. Currently there is a paucity of linguistically matched materials to measure the SRT of Zulu First Language Speakers (ZFLS) in Kwa Zulu-Natal (KZN). Therefore, the present study focused on develop ...
  6. The role of churches in rebuilding community relations in south Kivu between 1996 and 2006.
    Kabati, Jean-Daniel., 2008
    The purpose of this study is to predict and evaluate whether the participation of the churches in the South Kivu region during the period 1996-2006 in rebuilding broken intercommunity relations and addressing problems of conflict has made any tangible contribution to final outcomes of the political ...
  7. [God] (God) in Ga tradition and Christian mission : an exploration of the historical relationship between the religious tradition of the Ga of South Eastern Ghana and Bible translation and its implications for Ga Christian theology.
    Adjei, Solomon Nii-Mensah., 2006
    In recent times, there are some indications which suggest an attempt to relegate the traditional or pre-Christian notion of Nyorjmo to the background in the face of recent Christian expansion within the Ga community. This may be observed basically in two forms. First is the attitude and thinking whi ...
  8. The images of God as perceived by abandoned children : an exploratory study into the spiritual development of children.
    Zengele, Patricia Bongi., 2006
    This research study explores the ways in which children from diverse family backgrounds can construct or reconstruct their God representations. These were probed by using "object relations theory" and "matemal deprivation theory" as means of further gaining insight into children"s initial formulatio ...
  9. Alternative health therapies among Muslims in KwaZulu-Natal.
    Kathree, Shamima., 2007
    This study identifies the most popular alternative health therapies among Muslims who live in Kwa-Zulu Natal. It then examines the philosophies underlying these therapies with a view to establish whether there is conflict between these therapies and the fundamental teachings of Islam. Finally, it de ...
  10. An overview of the effects of burnout and stress in the lives of ministers.
    Ganesan, C., 2008
    It is a well-known fact that: a) Ministers conduct their work under enormous pressure b) They carry a burdensome workload trying to meet unrealistic expectations from their congregations and the community at large c) This also impacts negatively upon their own families who tend to suffer neglect and ...