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  1. The role of cluster centre principals in the Ohangwena education region in Namibia
    Nghatanga, Ponny Haggai, 2011
    The Namibian Ministry of Education introduced the School Clustering System (SCS) in 1996. The system entails the grouping of schools into clusters to facilitate the sharing of resources and expertise. One school in a group is selected to serve as the Cluster Centre and the principal of the centre i ...
  2. Aspects of memory in the sculptural work of Jane Alexander : 1982-2009
    Nicol, Tracy-Lee, 2010
    Over three decades of research has shown that memories have significant effect on the behaviour, attitudes, beliefs, and identities of individuals and collectives, revealing also how experiences of trauma and acts of narrativisation have pertinence to the ways in which memories are stored and recon ...
  3. The evaluation of environmental reporting by publicly listed South African banks
    Oduro-Kwateng, George, 2010
    Recently, bankers have come to realise that banking operations, especially corporate lending, affect and are affected by the natural environment and that consequently, the banks might have an important role to play in helping to raise environmental standards. Although the environment presents signif ...
  4. Historical biogeography of the tribe Platypleurini Schmidt, 1918 (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) with a focus on Southern Africa
    Price, B.W., 2010
    With our contemporary biota under increasing threat of extinction, it is of interest to understand where, why and how biological diversity is generated. If focussed on appropriate taxa, phylogeographic and phylogenetic studies can assist in the identification of both places and processes central to ...
  5. Management and the dynamics of labour process : study of workplace relations in an oil refinery, Nigeria
    Oladeinde,, Olusegun Olurotimi, 2011
    The focus of this thesis is on labour-management relations in the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Nigeria. The study explores current managerial practices in the corporation and their effects on the intensification of work, and how the management sought to control workers and the lab ...
  6. The development and implementation of computer literacy terminology in isiXhosa
    Sam, Msindisi Scara, 2010
    This thesis addresses the issue of accessibility of technology in our society. This involves the accessibility of the ICT infrastructure by the disadvantaged communities. In South Africa, due to the imbalances of the past and other factors, language has been a barrier to the access of information an ...
  7. Trials and triumphs in public office : the life and work of E.J.N. Mabuza
    Sarimana, Ashley, 2011
    Enos John Nganani Mabuza‟s life and work is used as a case study to highlight the conceptual and methodological theories and challenges in academic biographical writing regarding history, memory and legacies. This thesis answers the question: Who was Mabuza and what is his place or relevance in Sou ...
  8. The potential impact of diving charges on the demand for diving and the diving industry in the Aliwal Shoal Marine Protected Area : a pilot study
    Schmidt, Jadon, 2011
    This research is presented in three sections. Section 1 presents the research report in an Academic Paper format. Section 2 provides a comprehensive literature review and Section 3 describes the research methodology and methods employed. Sustainable management of natural resources is a global imper ...
  9. Structure and functioning of fish assemblages in two South African estuaries, with emphasis on the presence and absence of aquatic macrophyte beds
    Sheppard, Jill Nicole, 2010
    Temporarily open/closed estuaries (TOCEs) are the dominant estuary type in South Africa. These systems are often characterized by extensive beds of submerged macrophytes, which form important foraging and shelter habitats for fishes, especially for estuary-dependent fish species such as the Cape stu ...
  10. An investigation into the replication biology of Helicoverpa armigera stunt virus
    Short, James Roswell, 2011
    Tetraviruses are a family of small non-enveloped positive sense RNA viruses that exclusively infect members of the order Lepidoptera. Their replication biology is poorly studied because, with the exception of Providence virus (PrV), tetraviruses are unable to replicate in tissue culture cells. The ...