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  1. A case study of Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary as a community driven Community-Based Natural Resource Management initiative : maintaining livelihoods and wetland health
    Gosling, Amanda Karen, 2012
    Community-Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) is considered a win-win approach to reconcile conservation with natural resource use. CBNRM aims to accomplish conservation whilst prioritising development and contributing to poverty alleviation. This study analysed the different components of a C ...
  2. Curriculum reform in Lesotho : exploring the interface between environmental education and geography in selected schools
    Raselimo, Mohaeka Gabriel, 2012
    This study sought to explore the interface between environmental education (EE) and school geography with a view to understanding a process of curriculum reform in the context of Lesotho. The research was based on the curriculum reform process that was initiated by a Danish donor-funded project, k ...
  3. An investigation into the impact of fairtrade in South Africa
    Jari, Bridget, 2012
    World international trade is moving towards more free trade, through globalization and trade liberalization. These moves are guided by trade theories which state that on an aggregated level, nations involved in free trade should benefit, and further that free trade is fair. However, in practice, con ...
  4. Relational processes enabling the balancing of academic work and motherhood : a grounded theory study with academic women at a South African university
    Poulos, Tessa, 2011
    Through the use of contextual data, this research study aims to explicate a theory about the experiences of academic women, who are also mothers, employed at a South African University. The research is interpretive in nature as it explores the women"s accounts of the conflicts they face in strivin ...
  5. Biology, stock assessment and management of the panga Pterogymnus laniarius on the Agulhas Bank, South Africa
    Booth, Anthony John, 1998
    The panga, Pterogymnus laniarius (Cuvier, 1830), is a South African endemic sparid fish species. On the Agulhas Bank, South Africa it is a commercially important species, caught as bycatch in the hake directed trawlfisheries and targeted by offshore hook-andlinefishers. Recently there has been consi ...
  6. The trophic ecology of parrotfish of Zanzibar : application of stable isotope analysis
    Plass-Johnson, Jeremiah Grahm, 2011
    Parrotfish are a critical component of the herbivore functional group on tropical coral reefs around the world because they mediate competition that occurs between algae and scleractinian corals. Also, because of their feeding technique, which consists of rasping at the substratum with their beak-li ...
  7. The development of an orodispersible sildenafil citrate tablet intended for paediatric use
    Dagnolo, Bianca, 2012
    Sildenafil citrate (SC) is a phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitor that is used to treat pulmonary hypertension (PH) in paediatric patients. The purpose of these studies was to develop a formulation and manufacture an orodispersible tablet (ODT) that can be easily administered to neonates and children with ...
  8. The biotechnology of high rate algal ponding systems in the treatment of saline tannery wastewaters
    Dunn, Kevin Matthew, 1998
    Salinisation has been identified as a major cause of the progressive deterioration in the public water system in South Africa. To deal with this problem Waste Stabilisation Ponding systems have been used by the Leather Processing Industry as zero-dischaJ;ge wastewater evaporation disposal processes ...
  9. Improving the quality and relevance of environmental learning through the use of a wider range of preferred teaching methods: a case of primary schools in Mufulira District in the Copperbelt Province in Zambia
    Kalumba, Evaristo, 2012
    The study was conducted to investigate whether the use of a wider range of teaching methods can improve the quality of environmental learning in five Zambian primary schools. Nine teachers from five schools were involved in the preliminary stage of answering of questionnaires, interviews and focus g ...
  10. The effects of climate change on the realisation of the right to adequate food in Kenya
    Khayundi, Francis Mapati Bulimo, 2012
    This thesis examines the interplay between the effects of climate change and human rights. It seeks to interrogate the contribution of human rights in addressing the effects of climate change on the enjoyment of the right to food in Kenya. Climate change has been recognised as a human rights issue. ...