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  1. Teacher perceptions regarding training and their subsequent ability to integrate ICTs into marginalised rural schools : The ICT4RED Case Study
    Nkula, Kanya Zonke, 2015, Rhodes University
    It is well documented that Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) play an important role in education and that their use is associated with improving student learning and adding value to the curriculum. However, despite the opportunities that ICTs offer, numerous schools in South Africa f ...
  2. An analysis of malware evasion techniques against modern AV engines
    Haffejee, Jameel, 2015, Rhodes University
    This research empirically tested the response of antivirus applications to binaries that use virus-like evasion techniques. In order to achieve this, a number of binaries are processed using a number of evasion methods and are then deployed against several antivirus engines. The research also docume ...
  3. Pushing the bounds of possibility: South African academics narrate their experiences of having agency to effect transformation
    Idahosa, Grace Ese-Osa, 2017, Rhodes University
    Over 20 years after the first democratic elections, the institutional cultures and structures of many South African universities remain un-transformed; they are embedded with racist and sexist discourses and attitudes that allow for the marginalisation and exclusion of students and staff (Department ...
  4. Assessing selected ecosystem services in urban green spaces in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
    Ngulani, Thembelihle Tshandapiwa, 2017, Rhodes University
    Urbanization has resulted in the building of numerous structures such as buildings and roads which reduces the amount of natural land. Urban space planning has taken this into consideration resulting in planned urban green spaces and remnant land within urban areas. Urban green spaces provide a numb ...
  5. Establishing a formulation design space for a generic clobetasol 17- propionate cream using the principles of quality by design
    Fauzee, Ayeshah Fateemah Beebee, 2014, Rhodes University
    The pharmaceutical industry is global, is highly regulated and is able to achieve reasonable product quality but at high cost with maximum effort. Numerous challenges face the pharmaceutical industry and include a shrinking research pipeline, less innovation, outsourcing, investments, increasing res ...
  6. Morphology, patterns and processes in the Oyster Bay headland bypass dunefield, South Africa
    Elkington, Lauren, 2013, Rhodes University
    Studies of the dunefield systems crossing the Cape St. Francis headland in the Eastern Cape have focused on the role that wind plays in sediment transfer in coastal dunefield systems, with limited consideration of the role of water. The aim of this study was to improve understanding of the morpholog ...
  7. Refugium : an exploration through landscapes of liminality
    Kaplan, Luke, 2014, Rhodes University
    Loosely following a narrative form and structure, this thesis begins, in chapter one, by considering people who occupy a peripheral position in - or on the fringe of - society. In so doing, it analyses the dichotomy created between centre and periphery, the line between qualities or features that ar ...
  8. Negotiating the line between information and panic: a case study of vanguard’s coverage of the ebola outbreak in Nigeria
    Akingbade, Olutobi Elijah, 2017, Rhodes University
    This study titled ‘Negotiating the line between information and panic: A case study of Vanguard’s coverage of the Ebola Outbreak in Nigeria’ investigates and evaluates Vanguard’s coverage of the 2014 Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak in Nigeria. This study was conducted to understand how Vanguard n ...
  9. Ties that bind
    Tshisela, Namhla, 2012, Rhodes University
    This collection of short stories about contemporary black South African women reveals their hopes and anxieties, and explores their relationships with themselves, their families, and the people around them. It sets out to challenge stereotypes about black women being browbeaten in a country riddled ...
  10. An evaluation of appreciative inquiry as an alternative organisation development approach
    Van der Merwe, Schalk Willem, 2017, Rhodes University
    The research provides an insight into the main challenges of previous Organisation Development processes, and Appreciative Inquiry is explored to establish the value it can offer as an alternative which minimises these challenges in today’s organisations. Organisation Development originated during t ...