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  1. Balancing Domestic Regulation and Trade Liberalisation under the World Trade Organisation’s Multilateral Rules on Trade in Services: A Look at SouthAfrica’s Telecommunications Sector.
    Rugema, Ivan Kairu., 2008
    The aim of this work is to analyse the current provisions on domestic regulation contained in the GATS, as well as to examine the negotiations on future disciplines currently being worked on by WTO members. In particular it aims to see what impact these rules will have on the licensing of telecoms s ...
  2. Computational Verification of Published Human Mutations.
    Kamanu, Frederick Kinyua., 2008
    The completion of the Human Genome Project, a remarkable feat by any measure, has provided over three billion bases of reference nucleotides for comparative studies. The next, and perhaps more challenging step is to analyse sequence variation and relate this information to important phenotypes. Most ...
  3. Spectres of the Untold: Memory and History in South Africa after the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
    Grunebaum,Heidi Peta., 2006
    This work is a meditation on the shaping of time and its impact on living with and understanding atrocity in South Africa in the wake of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). ...
  4. Peripheral neuropathy and quality of life of adults living with HIV/AIDS in Rulindo District in Rwanda.
    Juvenal, Biraguma., 2008
    Peripheral neuropathy (PN) is a common neurological complication occurring in the asymptomatic and symptomatic stages of human immune deficiency virus (HIV) infection. The pain and other symptoms caused by PN can impair functional ability and limit physical activity that could affect quality of life ...
  5. Effectiveness of the Asset Register as a Management Instrument for the Electricity Distribution Infrastructure within the Stellenbosch Municipality.
    Gabone, Derick., 2008
    The study seeks to establish the state of infrastructure management system, pertaining to electricity distribution, as an example of policy implementation. ...
  6. Groundwater Dependence of Aquatic Ecosystems associated with the Table Mountain Group Aquifer.
    Roets, Wietsche., 2008
    Results from this study enables a better understanding of groundwater surface water interactions in the TMG, particularly regarding aquatic ecosystems. It has also highlighted the necessity to do proper impact assessments before proceeding with bulk abstraction from this important aquifer. The resul ...
  7. Phytochemical study of Rhoicissus tomentosa.
    Nqolo, Nandipha Lucia., 2008
    This investigation focused on Rhoicissus tomentosa, belonging to the family, Vitaceae in an attempt to assess the phytochemistry of this plant which is widely used by traditional healers in South Africa to ensure the safe delivery during pregnancy and childbirth (Hutchings et al., 1996). ...
  8. Testing the suitability of local seaweeds and formulated feed as a food source for abalone (Haliotis midae Linnaeus) in an Integrated Land-based Aquaculture System.
    Naidoo, Krishnaveni., 2008
    The aims of this study were therefore: 1) to test the suitability of various seaweed-based diets against that of the formulated feed Abfeed&reg ...
  9. The impact of repeated mild traumatic brain injuries (concussions) on the cognitive and academic functioning of early adolescent rugby union players: A controlled, longitudinal, prospective study.
    Alexander, Debbie., 2007
    This study investigated, within the context of Brain Reserve Capacity (BRC) theory, whether repeated concussions resulted in residual deficits in cognitive and academic functioning of early adolescent rugby players relative to non-contact sports controls. ...
  10. “Mentors’ perception of the effectiveness of the Big Brother Big Sister mentor training programme”
    Jano, Rubina., 2008
    Mentoring has gained a great deal of popularity across various professional fields and disciplines over the past few years. More recently, planned mentoring has become an important form of intervention with young people (Philip, 2003). Although mentoring can be an effective strategy for dealing with ...