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  1. Pollination and the evolution of floral traits : selected studies in the Cape flora
    Johnson, Steven D, 2016-09-06T14:48:02Z, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography: pages 132-149. ...
  2. Taxonomy of Ulva species (Chlorophyta) in the South Western Cape, South Africa
    Joska, M A P, 2016-09-06T14:48:05Z, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography: pages 88-95. ...
  3. The effects of fragmentation of South Coast Renosterveld on vegetation patterns and processe
    Kemper, Jessica, 2016-09-06T14:48:08Z, University of Cape Town
    This thesis investigates the effects of fragmentation on vegetation patterns and processes of South Coast Renosterveld at three hierarchical levels. South Coast Renosterveld is a grassy shrubland derived from shales on the coastal forelands of the Western Cape Province, South Africa. The area forms ...
  4. The factors influencing the performance of youth entrepreneurship in the Capricorn District Municipality
    Maebane, Master Maapae, 2016-09-06T08:36:08Z
    Youth entrepreneurship is one of the solutions to reducing unemployment. The purpose of the study was to analyse youth entrepreneurship business performance in the Capricorn District Municipality in Limpopo Province. An entrepreneurship development model focusing on internal factors (entrepreneur ...
  5. Quality or reception services offered by security personnel to organisations in the Johannesburg area
    Mabandla, Vuyokazi, 2016-09-06T08:41:47Z
    Quality is critical to private security personnel employed as receptionists in many organisations, as it plays a vital role in improving organisational productivity. The main objective of the research was to investigate the quality of reception services provided by security personnel to organisat ...
  6. Challenges and opprtunities of development in Ethiopia through urban-rural economic linkages (URELs)
    Berhanu Zeleke Gobaw, 2016-09-06T08:51:45Z
    The transformation of rural people and land to urban land and culture is a natural discourse and inevitable process. In the process, more than half of the current world population are living in urban centres. The number of urban centres and their population is rapidly increasing while the situati ...
  7. An appraisal of the new South African business rescue procedure
    Levenstein, Eric, 2016-09-06T09:17:48Z
    Introduced into our law in 2011, Chapter 6 of the Companies Act 71 of 2008 allows for the restructuring of companies that are reasonably unlikely to be able to pay all of its debts as they become due and payable or where it appears to be reasonably likely that the company will become insolvent, with ...
  8. Agricultural support programmes in the developing areas of South Africa
    Kirsten, Johann F., 2016-09-06T09:18:12Z
    The Farmer Support Programme (FSP) was introduced in South Africa by the Development BanK of Southern Africa (DBSA) as one of the major agricultural development strategies to support black farmers who have been historically denied access to basic support services. The introduction of this paradig ...
  9. A theoretical sociocultural assessment instrument for health communication campaigns
    Afagbegee, Gabriel Lionel, 2016-09-07T06:03:45Z
    Text in English ...