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  1. Informal and non-formal learning amongst teachers in relation to the management of classroom discipline at a primary school
    Damonse, Selwyn, 2011
    South Africa has undergone major transformation after the election of the first democratic government in 1994. The acceptance of a humane constitution as well as equal rights for all its citizens necessitated the banning of corporal punishment in all schools under the South African Schools Act 84 of ...
  2. Textuality in near-synonyms translations of the Holy Qurʾān into English
    Al-Sowaidi, Belqes Saif Abdulelah, 2011
    The Holy Qurʾān, like the Bible, is an acknowledged literary masterpiece. Its linguistic and aesthetic vivacity with an amalgam of religious beliefs, moral values, religious social orthodoxy and historical backgrounds pose a great challenge to any translator and make the task overwhelmingly arduou ...
  3. The influence of peer pressure on adolescent misbehaviour in schools
    Memoir, Chimwamurombe, 2011
    A favourable school atmosphere, in which adolescents behave positively, is one of the greatest concerns for teachers, administrators and parents. Although there are several different pressures leading to adolescent misbehaviour at school, the most contributing factors are peer pressure and the socio ...
  4. Current manifestation of trauma experienced during forced removals under apartheid: interviews with a former "Vlakte" inhabitant
    Hector- Kannemeyer , Renee Allison, 2010
    Much has been researched in South Africa about the trauma of losing one&rsquo ...
  5. Effects of peer counselling on feeding practices of HIV positive and HIV negative women in South Africa: a randomised controlled trial
    Dana, Pelisa, 2011
    Promotion of exclusive breastfeeding (EBF), (giving breast milk only without any solids or liquids), has proved to be very challenging in the South African context, although this infant feeding practice has been found to protect babies against diarrhoea and respiratory tract infections and to carry ...
  6. An evaluation of the effectiveness of a clinic-based HIV/AIDS counselling course on trainee functioning at work sites.
    Arendse, Carmen., 2002
    The Western Cape AIDS Training,Information and Counselling Centre (ATICC) primarily focuses on the development and provision of information and different types of training programmes on HIV/AID/STIs. The Director of the Health Service of the Cape Metropolitan Council was invited by ATICC to select s ...
  7. Electrochemical energy conversion using metal hydrides hydrogen storage materials
    Jonas, Ncumisa Prudence, 2010
    Metal hydrides hydrogen storage materials have the ability to reversibly absorb and release large amounts of hydrogen at low temperature and pressure. In this study, metal hydride materialsemployed as negative electrodes in Ni-MH batteries are investigated. Attention is on AB5 alloys due to their in ...