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  1. An analysis of selected grade 11 learners’ interactions with geometry tasks using visualization processes: a case study in Namibia
    Kabuku, Brian S, 2017, Rhodes University
    This case study was conducted at a secondary school where I teach, situated in the semi-rural setting of Bukalo village in Namibia, and sought to gain insights into the nature and role of visualisation processes employed when selected grade 11 learners interacted with selected geometry problems. Acc ...
  2. The taxation of illegal income in South Africa: the basis on which proceeds from a unilateral taking should be taxed
    Nyakanyanga, Kudzai Talent, 2017, Rhodes University
    In South Africa, income tax is levied in terms of the Income Tax Act, 58 of 1962, and the calculation of a taxpayer’s taxable income and ultimately the tax liability commences with considering what constitutes the taxpayer’s gross income. In terms of the definition of “gross income” a person can be ...
  3. Closed doors: gendered power relations and the use of mature themes in Eurocentric fairytales
    Sawyer, Kathleen Patricia, 2017, Rhodes University
    Established critics, such as Jack Zipes, assert that the subject matter of fairytales shows evidence that the Westernised "classics" (by authors such as Charles Perrault or the Grimm brothers) were influenced by the cultural norms of their contemporary society and served as a pedagogical tool for ma ...
  4. Development, manufacture and assessment of Clobetasol 17-propionate cream formulations
    Fauzee, Ayeshah Fateemah Beebee, 2011, Rhodes University
    Eczema or dermatitis is the most common dermatological condition accounting for one-third of all diagnoses in the total population surveyed in South Africa. The prevalence of seborrhoeic dermatitis, extreme photodermatitis and severe psoriasis has increased markedly over the last decade and this inc ...
  5. The teaching of ecology in schools: a literature review
    Wiredu, Christopher Agyei, 2002, Rhodes University
    Project 1: This is a literature review on the teaching of ecology in South African schools. The importance of ecology education in the school curriculum is well reported. It is also reported that in spite of the apparent importance of the subject, not much ecology is taught or learned in schools. Th ...
  6. Action research case studies of participatory materials development in two community contexts in Zambia
    Lupele, Justin Kalaba, 2003, Rhodes University
    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 ...
  7. A case study of the language policy in practice in the foundation phase of schooling
    Brookes, Margaret Ann, 2002, Rhodes University
    This interpretative case study takes place in the foundation phase of a previously parallel medium school in the Eastern Cape. Learners from all three major language groups of the province (English, Xhosa and Afrikaans) are enrolled at the school. The study examines the language attitudes of teacher ...
  8. The comparative case study of the use of English and isiXhosa as medium of instruction in a grade five class
    Mngqibisa, Mandla Daniel, 2003, Rhodes University
    The aim of this study was to compare the quality of oral interaction between a grade 5class and their teacher when either English or isiXhosa was used as medium ofinstruction in two different lessons and of their writing which arose out of the lessons. The research was carried out within the interpr ...
  9. A critical investigation into the managerial implications of inclusive education
    Cloete, Sanet, 2002, Rhodes University
    Special needs education has always provided special challenges to school administrators, policy makers and teachers. The world-wide move towards inclusive education as an alternative to exclusive education or casual mainstreaming has resulted in significant developments in Namibia in the past decade ...
  10. A critical investigation of managing the standards development process for the life insurance industry in Namibia
    Kaimu, Himeesora Irene, 2003, Rhodes University
    The development of standards for education and training is regarded as a very important activity by many countries. Any country that sets standards for education and training is trying to define its training system and avoid duplication of training by providers who do not see eye to eye. National st ...