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  1. Bioaccumulation and histopathology of copper in Oreochromis mossambicus
    Naigaga, Irene, 2002
    Cu is one of the most toxic elements that affect fish populations when the fish are exposed to concentrations exceeding their tolerance. To investigate the effects of elementary Cu on aspects of bioconcentration, histology and behaviour, O. mossambicus were exposed to 0 and 0.75 ± 0.20 mg/l of Cu f ...
  2. Transcribing tales, creating cultural identities : an analysis of selected written english texts of Xhosa folktales
    Naidu, Samantha, 2000
    This thesis maps a marriage of postcolonial theory and folklore studies. The progeny of this marriage is an analytic tool which can suitably and effectively tackle the subject of written folktale texts, whether they be part of a nineteenth century colonialist discourse, or a twenty-first century nat ...
  3. The ballads of Carl Loewe : examined within their cultural, human and aesthetic context
    Mierowska, Jean Elaine Nora, 1989
    This thesis has been written in order to provide, especially for the non-German-reading musician, a fuller picture of Loewe and his ballads than has been available up to now. This picture is developed within the literary background history of the ballad poems, and the literary, mental, and musical ...
  4. Exploring new terrain--tackling a tri-media approach to the 1999 election : an analysis of online coverage of elections by media organisations in their respective countries and recommendations for multi-platform publishing within the South African Broadcasting Corporation to cover the national election
    Naidoo, Kameshnee., 1999
    This study attempts to analyse the way foreign media organisations have used the Internet to inform, educate and mobilise citizens for participation in their national election. These foreign experiences provide a framework with which to analyse the implications for the SABC as a public broadcaster o ...
  5. The nature and control of organic compounds in soda ash evaporate production.
    Masemola, Patricia Mmoniemang., 2000
    Solar evaporite systems are man-managed ecosystems which are highly vulnerable to biological,physical and chemical disturbances. The problems encountered in such systems are in many cases found to be associated with the microbial ecology and the design of the system. This project focussed on investi ...
  6. Ethnic nationalism and democratisation in South Africa : political implications for the rainbow nation
    Naidoo, Vinothan, 2000
    Ethnic identities in South Africa have had a particularly contrived history, set within the constraints and motivations of population classification by race. A more democratic political environment emerged with the dismantling of apartheid, bringing with it a multitude of issues including the design ...
  7. An investigation into the possible neuroprotective properties of phenytoin
    Naga, Nishal, 2002
    Cerebral ischaemia, traumatic injury to the brain, inflammatory neurological disorders and HIV infections are amongst the most prevalent causes of neurodegeneration. Neuroprotective strategies are usually to limit the progressive secondary injury that generally occurs, thus limiting overall tissue d ...
  8. Computers in science teaching : a reality or dream ; The role of computers in effective science education : a case of using a computer to teach colour mixing ; Career oriented science education for the next millennium
    Nadarajah, Kumaravel, 1998
    Science education inSouthAfrica is not improving much. Many science educators do not have appropriate science qualifications. Majority of the learners have limited facilities to learn science. In this dilemma the move to OBE may result in further substantial deterioration of science education. Apo ...
  9. Research portfolio
    Muwanga-Zake , Johnnie Wycliffe Frank., 1998
    A survey carried out during 1998 in rural schools of the South East Region (Butterworth) in the Eastern Cape Province revealed that science teachers do not seem to know their problems in teaching science. Teachers related their problems to lack of apparatus and laboratories. However, it appeared tha ...