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  1. Harmonization of SACU Trade Policies in the Tourism & Hospitality Service Sectors.
    Masuku, Gabriel Mthokozisi Sifiso., 2009
    The general objective of the proposed research is to do a needs analysis for the tourism and hospitality industries of South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Lesotho and Swaziland. This will be followed by an alignment of these industries with the provisions of the General Agreement of Trade in Services, ...
  2. Optical Modeling of Amorphous and Metal Induced Crystallized Silicon with an Effective Medium Approximation
    Muller, Theophillus Frederic George, 2009
    Hydrogenated amorphous silicon (a-Si:H) is second only to crystalline silicon in volume manufacturing of solar cells due to its attractive characteristics for solar panel manufacturing. These are lower manufacturing costs, and the fact that it can be deposited on any surface, and in any shape even o ...
  3. Framing Biodiversity Conservation Discourses in South Africa: Emerging Realities and Conflicting Agendas within the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area.
    Whande, Webster., 2009
    This dissertation explores local people"s framing of externally driven biodiversity conservation approaches in the context of transfrontier conservation initiatives. It uses data from the Madimbo corridor, a specific locality within the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area, situated to the ...
  4. Does maternal nicotine exposure during gestation and lactation change the oxidant-antioxidant status of the lungs of the offsprings and is tomato juice protecting the lungs of the offsprings?
    Abdulkarim, Kayigire Xavier., 2009
    Nicotine exposure to the fetus through tobacco smoking or nicotine replacement therapy during the whole period of gestation and lactation causes diverse effects on fetal and neonatal lung development, integrity and maturation which compromise the gas exchange function of the lungs and renders this v ...
  5. Groupoids of homogeneous factorisations of graphs.
    Onyumbe, Okitowamba., 2009
    This thesis is a study on the confluence of algebraic structures and graph theory. Its aim is to consider groupoids from factorisations of complete graphs. We are especially interested in the cases where the factors are isomorphic. We analyse the loops obtained from homogeneous factorisations and as ...
  6. Development and validation of Non-CODIS miniSTR genotyping systems suitable for forensic case work in South Africa
    Abrahams Zainonesa, 2010
    The objective of this study was to develop and validate a six Non-CODIS miniSTR genotyping system and to determine its suitability for forensic casework in South Africa. In Non-CODIS miniSTR genotyping systems, smaller PCR products are amplified and the primers are positioned as close as possible to ...
  7. Facies, Depositional Environments and Reservoir Properties of the Albian Age Gas Bearing Sandstone of the Ibhubesi Oil Field, Orange Basin, South Africa.
    Fadipe, Oluwaseun Adejuwon, 2009
    The Orange Basin was formed during the late Jurassic to early Cretaceous periods due to Gondwana breakup and rifting and later drifting apart of the African and South American plates. The basin consists of siliciclastic sandstone which took its sediment supply from river system with a rivalling delt ...
  8. An Exploratory Study on the Career Stages and the Career Development Needs of the Namibian Police.
    Shililifa, Wycliff., 2004
    This exploratory study seeks to critically explore human resources development with regard to the career needs and stages of the Namibian Police (NAMPOL). Documents were perused on the issue of the current human resources development and its relevancy to the training and development within the Namib ...
  9. The Criminalisation of Trading in Influence in International Anti-Corruption Laws.
    Philipp, Julia., 2009
    Despite being mentioned in most international anti-corruption instruments, trading in influence appears only rarely in the spotlight of legal practice and literature. This paper aims to shed some light on the issue. The main objective is to highlight the different forms of trading in influence stipu ...
  10. Cooperative enterprises as a solution to rural poverty and unemployment case studies of the Heiveld Cooperative at Nieuwoudville in the Northern cape and Die Berg Vrugteverwerking at Piketberg in the Western Cape Province
    Carl Abrahams, 2009
    This study gives a brief introductory account of cooperatives with regard to their history and existence, particularly in South Africa. The research report focuses on two case studies, where the organisational structures and business operations will be examined and compared. Finally the report will ...