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  1. Bee-cause - Designing to receive: a project which explores designing landform and soils to receive and support a variety of flowering species in strategically located corridors; bridging the boundary between the cape honey bee foraging grounds and bee pollinated farmlands, as a result creating other socioeconomic, educational and environmental relationships
    Lubbe, Roux, 2018-05-08T14:05:08Z, University of Cape Town
    "Land Mosaic" is a term often referred to by Richard Forman as the fundamentally different ecotopes which play out within a landscape forming a spatial juxtaposition of landscape patchworks. Each ecotope is defined by a variety of factors such as landform, soils, hydrology and weather. In a natural ...
  2. Phantom narratives: architectural analogies of site specific memories
    Mitchell, Wesley, 2018-05-08T14:05:11Z, University of Cape Town
    The role of this report not only serves as an account of the work done in fulfilment of the Masters of Architecture (Professional) degree but also acts as a way for me to recognize and position myself within the physical context of the Cape Town. In addition to this, it offers me an opportunity thro ...
  3. The InforMALL: Shopping malls as infrastructures to support small-scale informal businesses
    Ferrandi, Simon James, 2018-05-08T14:05:12Z, University of Cape Town
    My dissertation inquiry focuses on the informal economic sector within the emerging economic area of Delft. This was born out of a personal fascination with the concept of informal or "alternative-formal" economics. The existence of this concept was first brought to my attention through the Spaces o ...
  4. Re[source]
    Malan, Louis, 2018-05-08T14:05:13Z, University of Cape Town
    This dissertation is a case study in revealing value in mundane residual waste infrastructure and waste materials. Our perception of municipal solid waste and drop-off sites is that they are unsightly and non-special parts of our everyday lives. This is evident in their marginalization and seclusion ...
  5. Adapting at multiple scales: Towards a contextualised adaptive reuse of disused commercial infrastructure in secondary South African cities
    Madolo, Bongane, 2018-05-08T14:05:14Z, University of Cape Town
    In the early 1990s about 50 000 m² of office space was developed in the Central Business District (CBD) of Nelspruit for the Mpumalanga Provincial Government. The office space was spread out in a number of office buildings around the CBD. Between 2003-and 2005 the Provincial Government moved out of ...
  6. Implementing the UN Global Compact: role of the law of contract in promoting sustainability in international supply chains
    Mboya, Meshack Kathama, 2018-05-08T14:05:37Z, University of Cape Town
    This paper analyses the need for multinationals to adopt and fully implement the UN Global Compact principles in their operations by influencing sustainability down their international supply chains. This analysis is premised on the various theories supporting the adoption of sustainable business pr ...
  7. International displacement and state compliance with international human rights standards: the current protection of internally displaced persons" right to physical security in Nigeria
    Bjoerkan, Maren, 2018-05-08T14:05:59Z, University of Cape Town
    There are approximately 65.3 million forcibly displaced people in the world. A large majority of these people are internally displaced. Of the 40.8 million internally displaced persons" (IDPs) worldwide, Nigeria had a total of 1,955,000 IDPs at the end of 2016. Consequently, Nigeria is among the cou ...
  8. Enforceability of digital copyright on the darknet?
    Mathini, Moses Wanjukia, 2018-05-08T14:06:26Z, University of Cape Town
    This dissertation seeks to comparatively analyse different emerging jurisprudence of pioneering jurisdictions on the operability of enforcing digital copyright in light of the growing use of the Darknet. It addresses the legal lacuna in the existing copyright laws with regards to enforcement against ...
  9. Determining perceptions of host communities" regarding urban ecotourism
    Mashapa, Modjadji Matilda, 2018-05-08T03:26:10Z, Vaal University of Technology
    Tourism has become an essential attribute of modern society that has an effect on the world and its citizens. On the other hand, tourism can also be blamed for an increase in environmental and social stress. Hence the need for a more sustainable tourism industry was advocated; thus the birth of a ...
  10. A framework for access and useof documents heritage at the national archives of Zimbabwe
    Chaterera, Forget, 2018-05-09T06:55:33Z
    The study sought to develop a framework for access and use of documentary heritage at the National Archives of Zimbabwe (NAZ). This followed the realization that access and use is the raison d"être for national archival institutions yet the level of utilization has for a long time been lamented to b ...