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  1. The effect of grassland shifts on the avifauna of a South African savanna
    Krook, Kristine., 2005, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography: leaves 88-94. ...
  2. The endovascular treatment of traumatic cranio-cervical vascular injuries
    Ssenyonga, Peter Kato., 2013, University of Cape Town
    Includes abstract. ...
  3. A brief intervention to promote IUD use among women in Cape Town
    Trasada, Phumelele., 2013, University of Cape Town
    Includes abstract. ...
  4. Coming of Age: Focusing the Human Rights Lens on Older men and Older Women
    Adkins, Jill, 2009, University of Cape Town Libraries
    The purpose of this essay is to examine the experiences and concerns of older men and women, determine whether the existing human rights systems adequately incorporate those concerns, and explore the possibility of a United Nations (UN) convention on the human rights of older persons. This essay emp ...
  5. The Impact of Democracy on Economic Growth in sub-Saharan Africa
    Barreto, Montserrat Lleyda, 2010, University of Cape Town Libraries
    This research will deal with regime dynamics (early interruption of democracies, early maintaining of democracies, late interruption of democracies, late maintaining of democracies, maintaining autocracies, and liberalizing autocracies), levels of democracy (liberal democracy, electoral democracy, a ...
  6. Mesoscale Wind Atlas of South Africa
    Hagemann, Kilian, 2008, University of Cape Town Libraries
    This thesis explores the utility of the MM5 regional climate model iii producâ big a detailed wind climatology for South Africa in the context of wind power applications. Given the background of limited available computational resources a sophisticated temporal subsetting algorithm is developed and ...
  7. The History of Zonnebloem College 1858-1870 - A study of Church and Society : Vol 1
    Hodgson, Janet KH, 1975, University of Cape Town Libraries
    The project from which this thesis results was undertaken in the first place not for the purpose of a higher degree but at the request of the Archbishop of the Church of the Province of South Africa. Although from the beginning it has been supervised by Professor John Cumpsty, Head of the Department ...
  8. Assumptions and Reality: The securitisation of human trafficking in Southern Africa
    Hübschle, Annette, 2010, University of Cape Town Libraries
    Our understanding of the concept of security has changed since the end of the Cold War. A cursive look at our daily news headlines confirms that a plethora of phenomena are phrased in security terms. The âdrug on warsâ and the âglobal war on terrorismâ are the most obvious examples. Trafficking in p ...
  9. âDoes Theft in the Workplace Always Justify Dismissal? Have Recent Labour Appeal Court Judgments Changed the Principles Surrounding Theft in the Workplace?â
    Magill, Keith John, 2009, University of Cape Town Libraries
    The majority of employers would agree that the phrase âtheft in the workplaceâ is synonymous with the word âdismissalâ, plus, in the eye of the employer, handling cases of theft in the workplace has traditionally been understood as relatively straightforward. Once an employer is able to prove guilt ...