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  1. A study in local history : Grahamstown, 1883-1904
    Sellick, Rose-Mary, 1984
    [From the Preface]: A Study in Local History: Grahamstown 1883-1904 aims to draw into a coherent picture the threads of political attitudes, approaches to racial issues and changes confronting the late Victorians in Grahamstown, particularly in the areas of sanitation, public health and shifting co ...
  2. Preparing for the information society : a critical analysis of Uganda"s broadcast policy in light of the principles of the WSIS
    Namusoga, Sarah, 2006
    This study analyses Uganda’s 2004 Broadcast Policy in light of the WSIS principles in order to establish whether the policy enables radio to build an inclusive and people-centred Information Society, and if so, in what ways it does this. The study specifically focuses on radio, which it views as the ...
  3. Accelerated carbon dioxide deliming of cattle hides and sheepskins
    Flowers, Karl Bernard, 2002
    To avoid environmental pressure from water authorities, specifically regarding nitrogen and sulfate limits in tannery wastewater, modifications to existing deliming processes have been made. Conventional ammonium salt deliming methods contribute to Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen values in the region of 0.5 ...
  4. Action research case studies of participatory materials development in two community contexts in Zambia
    Lupele, Justin Kalaba, 2003
    This research reports on two action research case studies of participatory materials development in two rural community contexts in Zambia, namely Chiawa and Nalusanga. It aims to explore and articulate the relationships between community-based environmental education and participatory materials dev ...
  5. An assessment of the monkfish resource of Namibia
    Maartens, Lima, 2000
    Two monkfish species are caught off the coast of Namibia. These are Lophius vomerinus Valenciennes (1837) and L. vaillanti Regan (1903). L. vomerinus is the more abundant of the two and contributes approximately 99% to the total Namibian monkfish landings. The Namibian monkfish fishery is one of th ...
  6. A phenomenological investigation of a female leader"s perceptions and experience of discrimination in the work place
    Mabovula, Nonceba, 2003
    Women are now making their mark in virtually every economic sector including traditionally male strongholds of engineering, heavy transport, construction and manufacturing. Probably the most spectacular progress by women has been in the public sector. Many women now have voting rights, follow career ...
  7. Environmental influences on the daytime vertical distribution of Cape hakes and implications for demersal trawl estimates of hake abundance off the west coast of South Africa
    Maree, R. C. (Ralton Cornell), 2000
    The demersal fishery off the west coast of South Africa experiences decreased catches per unit effort of hake, Merluccius capensis and M. paradoxus, following the onset of strong south easterly winds. Research has demonstrated that, during daylight hours, Cape hakes migrate vertically in the water c ...
  8. Exploring the suitability of the evaluation criteria used in the MPT projects, by looking at hard and soft components of development programmes
    Ncapai, Wandile Hamilton, 2002
    The study explores the suitability of the evaluation criteria used in Microprojects Programme Trust (MPT), by looking at hard and soft components of the development programme. In this sense hard components of development refer to those components of projects that are tangible and can be physically ...