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  1. Nutrient digestibility in South African abalone (Haliotis Midae L.)
    Sales, James, 2001
    he evaluation of potential alternative protein sources for the formulation of least-cost optimal diets to satisfy the nutrient requirements of South African abalone (Haliotis midae) has been hampered by the absence of a suitable, practical, replicable and reliable digestibility technique. A suitable ...
  2. The evolution of online news : a comparative case study of the process of implementation at two South African news organisations
    Knight, Margaret Anne, 2002
    This study examines the evolution of online news strategy in South African and American newspaper companies, and compares the approaches used in the two countries. The Internet has had a major effect on news worldwide, and has contributed to sweeping changes in the news industry in all media. This s ...
  3. Concussion in contact sport : investigating the neurocognitive profile of Afrikaans adolescent rugby players
    Horsman, Mark, 2010
    A number of computerised tests have been especially developed to facilitate the medical management of the sports-related concussion. Probably the most widely used of these programmes is the ImPACT test that was developed in the USA and that is registered with the HPCSA for use in the South African c ...
  4. Transformativity : recognising melancholic power, and renegotiating vulnerability
    Knowles, Corinne Ruth, 2010
    South African universities are embedded in an unequal society. Transformation strategies and interventions in the sector attempt to address this, but arguably, the policies and practices which aim to bring about transformation are merely platforms for potential change and do not guarantee the achi ...
  5. An evaluation of the life science curriculum in Namibia and its development through stakeholders" perceptions of "learner centred education"
    Kristensen, Jesper Olsson, 1999
    Following Independence in 1991 Namibia embarked on a major reform of the entire education system. The reform was perceived as a way of redressing the apartheid legacy and bringing about a democratic learner centred education for all. At the same time the reform was also seen as a prime vehicle to br ...
  6. Ambivalence and paradox : the battered woman"s interactions with the law and other helping resources
    Labe, Dana, 2001
    This thesis explores how the battered woman attachment to her abusive partner impacts on her interactions with the legal system and non-legal resources. This qualitative research project is based on in-depth interviews conducted with seven abused women who procured interdicts in terms of the Prevent ...
  7. Clustering as a strategy for manufacturing performance in the Eastern Cape Automotive industry.
    Makuwaza, Gwynneth Chandakaita, 2001
    South Africa"s current industrial policy focuses on the economy at two levels: a sectoral and spatial level. The former relates to the manner in which industrial policy is concentrating on particular sectors i.e. industrial clusters. This shift in industrial policy from targeting individual industr ...
  8. Rural underdevelopment in the former Ciskei with specific reference to Glenmore Village.
    Malila, Brett, 2000
    This thesis examines development changes that took place in Glenmore after 1994. To examine such change one needs to have a concise historical understanding of the situation in Glenmore before democracy. The aim of the work is to critique development at a local, rural level, pinpointing the major c ...
  9. Effects of axial ligands on the photosensitising properties of silicon octaphenoxyphthalocyanines.
    Maree , Machiel David, 2001
    Various axially substituted siliconoctaphenoxyphthalocyanines were synthesised as potential photosensitisers in the photodynamic therapy of cancer. Conventional reflux reactions were used for synthesis as well as new microwave irradiation reactions, wherein the reaction times were decreased tenfol ...
  10. Effects of substituents on the photosensitizing and electrocatalytic properties of phthalocyanines.
    Maree, Suzanne Elizabeth, 2001
    In this work a selection of octasubstituted phthalocyaninato Zinc, Ge(IV) and Sn(IV) complexes were synthesized for possible use in photodynamic therapy and their photochemistry, photophysics and electrochemistry studied. Third-generation complexes containing steroids, e.g. cholesterol and estrone, ...