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  1. The use of information and communication technology by mathematics and physical science teachers at secondary schools
    Khomo, Thabo Garth, 2018-11-07T06:07:07Z
    Information and communication technology (ICT) advances have dramatically changed teaching and learning processes. This study investigates the use of ICT in teaching and learning with the objective of establishing whether teachers are utilising the skills acquired through the Sci-Bono Discovery Cent ...
  2. Testing of the Phillips Dental Age Estimation Tables on a same ob black children from Mpumalanaga, South Africa
    Mahlangu, Simpiwe Margaret, 2018-11-07T11:06:04Z, University of the Western Cape
    Magister Scientiae Dentium - MSc(Dent) ...
  3. Costs and benefits of electricity subsidies in Uganda
    Byaruhanga, Charles Victor, 2018-11-06T14:03:35Z, University of Cape Town
    Electricity subsidies in Uganda have been pervasive in support of industrial output and government revenues since 2005, until their reduction in January 2012. While economic theory suggests that market mechanisms maximise social welfare, the necessity for subsidies arises when a markets fail. Howeve ...
  4. The impact of project flexibility on project choice and capital structure
    Forbes, Shaun, 2018-11-06T14:03:38Z, University of Cape Town
    This research highlights the value of Real Options Analysis (ROA) as a process in the evaluation of an oil extraction project in Sub-Saharan Africa. It shows the benefits it can bring to not only the final project evaluation but also to the project design selection process. The research then extends ...
  5. Public pension funds and socially responsible investment in South Africa: a case study of the Public Investment Corporation
    Luvhengo, victor, 2018-11-06T14:03:40Z, University of Cape Town
    Socially responsible investment (SRI) and now commonly known as sustainable responsible investment is starting to gain a momentum in South Africa among asset owners and managers. Of a particular interest is that the leading public pension fund manager, the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) which i ...
  6. Sustainable & responsible private equity in Southern Africa: evolutionary strides in a revolution?
    Dhlamini, Xolisa, 2018-11-06T14:03:37Z, University of Cape Town
    The study primarily explores whether private equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) firms in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) integrate sustainable and responsible investment (SRI) practices in their investment processes. Also examined were the influences, opportunities and challenges ...
  7. Social entrepreneurship in Kenya: understanding models, drivers, constraints and opportunities for enhanced impact in healthcare
    Chater, Rachel, 2018-11-06T14:03:41Z, University of Cape Town
    Social entrepreneurship is a rising field, gaining momentum and recognition. With the impact it is already having plus its substantial scope for further growth and influence, it is important to understand the dynamics that drive and affect it as well as the ecosystem it sits within. At present, ther ...
  8. Exploration of the underlying causes of high waiting times at a community health centre in Cape Town, South Africa
    Piquer, Russel, 2018-11-06T09:07:06Z, The University of the Western Cape
    Magister Commercii (Information Management) - MCom(IM) ...
  9. The seasonal cycle of CO₂ fluxes in the Southern Ocean: a model spatial scale sensitivity analysis
    Mongwe, Ndunisani Precious, 2018-11-06T14:04:12Z, University of Cape Town
    Includes bibliographical references ...