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  1. Featuring simplicity: jargon and access in contemporary South African art
    Bereng, Lerato, 2018, Rhodes University
    The focus of this paper is an exploration of curating and its various forms as understood in a South African art context. In order to understand this context I examine definitions of South African publics as well as different curatorial models. I raise questions around art and accessibility as well ...
  2. Desecration of trees
    Skead, C J (Cuthbert John), 1959-06
    Caption "Pine trees cut to allow passage of telephone wires, Graaff-Reinet street. June 1959." ...
  3. The felling of the palm tree at the Sacred Heart Church King William"s Town
    Skead, C J (Cuthbert John), 1962
    Caption "The felling of the palm tree at the Sacred Heart Church King Wms Town [King William"s Town]. 1962. The Church had been so well balanced by the two huge palm trees. Now it is all odd. The first English Starling in K.W.T. were seen in the right-hand palm." ...
  4. The felling of the palm tree at the Sacred Heart Church King William"s Town
    Skead, C J (Cuthbert John), 1962-06
    Caption "A beautiful Hyphene palm felled to make way for a man-made religious sanctuary. Sheer desecration. Garden of Sacred Heart Church, King Wms. Town [King William"s Town]. June 1962. R.C. of course." ...
  5. Assessment of the implementation of the National Certificate (Vocational) plant production modules
    Langa, Phakama Perry Macmillan, 2016, University of Fort Hare
    From 2010, the South African vocational skills education is offered by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) through the Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges. TVET colleges need to be transformed in order to empower young learners with the skills required by t ...
  6. Indigenous forests level of deforestation, forest dependency and factors determining willingness to participate in indigenous forest conservation : evidence from resettled farmers of Shamva, Zimbabwe
    Chivheya, Renias V, 2016, University of Fort Hare
    This study first explored the rate of forest deforestation in Shamva resettlement areas. It then identified and estimated the extent to which these resettled farmers depend on forest for their livelihoods. Evaluation of farmer perceptions on management issues and willingness to participate in indige ...
  7. The relationship between organisational culture, transformational leadership and organisational change outcomes in public intensive care units
    Befile, Nomawethu, 2017, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
    Organisational change in any organisation, including the healthcare industry, implies a change in organisational culture. The concept of organisational culture refers to those values and norms within an organisation that are prescribed by both the employer and the employees as to how to behave. Howe ...
  8. The changing face of Rhodes University: exploring aspects of visuality, sexuality and protest between the apartheid and postapartheid periods
    Stein, Jonathan Harry, 2018, Rhodes University
    This thesis seeks to provide an historical overview of changing trends within specific spheres of the institutional and student culture of Rhodes University between the apartheid and post-apartheid periods. In particular, this thesis seeks to examine changes and developments within the visual and ae ...
  9. Discontinuous gully erosion as a mechanism of wetland formation: a case study of the Kompanjiesdrif basin, Kromrivier, Eastern Cape, South Africa
    Lagesse, Juliette, 2018, Rhodes University
    The Kompanjiesdrif basin is an unchannelled valley bottom palmiet wetland located near the headwaters of the Kromrivier in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. The wetland itself is underlain by Bokkeveld shales with the bordering mountain ranges comprising more resistant Table Mountain Group quarzitic ...
  10. Sulphur isotope study of pyrite from the Twangiza-Namoya Gold Belt, (South Kivu, DRC): a proxy of gold provenance
    Moloto, Thapelo Refiloe Patience, 2018, Rhodes University
    Gold in the highly prospective Twangiza-Namoya Gold Belt (TNGB) in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), with its four main deposits at Twangiza, Kamituga, Lugushwa and Namoya, appears to be correlated with the presence of sulphide minerals. Sulphur isotopic compositions of pyrite in the m ...