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  1. Social learning in community based natural resource management project (CBNRM) : a case study of Chipembere gardening project in Zimbabwe.
    Mukwambo, Robson, 2014, Rhodes University
    This investigation of social learning processes in the Chipembere gardening project was conducted in Rockvale village one in Sebakwe communal area in the Midlands province of Zimbabwe. In essence, the study sought to explore how the Chipembere gardening project as a community-based natural resource ...
  2. Understanding how grade 11 Physical Science teachers mediate learning of the topic distillation in the Kavango Region
    Shifafure, Andreas Muronga, 2015, Rhodes University
    The National Curriculum of Education was implemented with the broad view of including all learners as laid out in the document Toward Education for All. The curriculum emphasised that the topic distillation should be studied. According to the Examiners Reports, the topic distillation is one of the t ...
  3. Understanding Grade 10 Life Sciences teachers’ perceptions and experiences of teaching topics on human reproduction
    Silas, Fenni, 2015, Rhodes University
    This study was conducted in order to understand Grade 10 Life Science teachers’ perceptions and experiences of teaching human reproduction topics in the Ohangwena political region in the northern part of Namibia. It also explored how the culture of the majority of the inhabitants of Ohangwena region ...
  4. Exploring change-oriented learning, competencies and agency in a regional teacher professional development programme"s change projects
    Mandikonza, Caleb, 2017, Rhodes University
    This aim of this study was to explore the mediatory role of the Rhodes University (RU) / Southern African Development Community (SADC) International Certificate in Environmental Education course in developing capacity for reflexive mainstreaming of environment and sustainability education in teacher ...
  5. The use of an analogy in conjunction with a conventional practical activity to mediate Grade 11 learners’ sense making of Ohm’s law
    Ramasike, Lineo Florence, 2017, Rhodes University
    In most South African schools Grade 12 Physical Sciences learners are generally not performing well. As Examiners’ Reports reveal, they are particularly weak on the topic of electrical circuits. Because of this, the Examiners recommended that conventional practical activities and revision should be ...
  6. Towards a transnational feminist aesthetic: an analysis of selected prose writing by women of the South Asian diaspora
    Naidu, Sam, 2007, Rhodes University
    This thesis argues that women writers of the South Asian diaspora are inscribing a literary aesthetic which is recognisably feminist. In recent decades women of the South Asian diaspora have risen to the forefront of the global literary and publishing arena, winning acclaim for their endeavours. The ...
  7. An assessment of the monkfish resource of Namibia
    Maartens, Lima, 2000, Rhodes University
    Two monkfish species are caught off the coast of Namibia. These are Lophius vomerinus Valenciennes (1837) and L. vaillanti Regan (1903). L. vomerinus is the more abundant of the two and contributes approximately 99% to the total Namibian monkfish landings. The Namibian monkfish fishery is one of the ...
  8. A critical analysis of the socioeconomic impact assessments of the Addo Elephant National Park
    Rose, Matthew Calvin, 2011, Rhodes University
    Impact assessment is a requirement for development in many countries across the globe, seeking to inform the decision-maker as to the environmental, social and economic impact of an ongoing or proposed project. Socioeconomic impact assessment (SEIA) is a means of informing decision-makers as to the ...
  9. An analysis of the determinants and recent decline of private savings in South Africa
    Linde, Kathryn Leigh, 2012, Rhodes University
    Low domestic saving rates make South Africa highly dependent on foreign capital inflows to fund higher investment levels. These inflows are highly volatile and may prove to be unsustainable in the long-run. This study analyses the determinants of private saving in South Africa, with specific referen ...
  10. Government debt levels and the systemic risks associated with post-crisis fiscal policies
    Koekemoer, Jonathan, 2013, Rhodes University
    The study analyses the concepts of intergenerational equity and fiscal sustainability in South Africa. The question raised is whether or not South Africa can adopt stimulatory fiscal measures, with a simultaneous increase in debt, so as to improve long-term growth potential in a sustainable manner w ...