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  1. Attribution of the 2015-2016 hydrological drought in KwaZulu-Natal to anthropogenic climate change
    Karlie, Makeya, 2021-01-05T06:27:43Z, University of Cape Town
    In 2015-2016 Kwa-Zulu Natal (KZN) and other provinces in South Africa suffered from drought conditions. Drought can have negative impacts on the environment, society and the economy. Climate change is predicted to exacerbate extreme events such as droughts that would adversely affect already vulnera ...
  2. Knowledge production practices in higher institutions of learning in Zambia: a case of the University of Zambia
    Kanyengo, Christine Wamunyima, 2021-01-05T06:28:05Z, University of Cape Town
    The core business of higher education institutions such as universities is knowledge production. This is achieved by conducting research which results in various research products being produced, as well as through teaching and the production of graduates. The main objective of the study was to expl ...
  3. Influence of school senior leaders on teacher professional development: a comparative case study of four schools in Cape Town
    Botes, Abir, 2021-01-05T06:28:06Z, University of Cape Town
    As education reform initiatives around the world are becoming more focused on developing teacher professional development and school professional learning communities (PLCs), the role of school principal leadership in implementing reforms related to the government vision of teacher professional deve ...
  4. Strategies for increasing investment in a city: A case for Buffalo City
    Naina, Ruweida Anastacia, 2021-01-05T06:27:43Z, University of Cape Town
    in developing countries have recently started to focus on retention and aftercare programs to stimulate local economic development. Buffalo City, through the success of its collaboration with key corporates like Mercedes Benz South Africa, could leverage local growth for the development of the econo ...
  5. Impact of network security on SDN controller performance
    Kodzai, Carlton, 2021-01-05T06:27:43Z, University of Cape Town
    Internet Protocol network architectures are gradually evolving from legacy flat networks to new modern software defined networking approaches. This evolution is crucial as it provides the ideal supporting network structure, architecture and framework that supports the technologies that are also evol ...
  6. Towards an affective pedagogical model for teaching English language and literacy to migrant learners
    Mafandala, Mbembi Joel, 2021-01-05T06:28:05Z, University of Cape Town
    Learning is a process that involves both cognitive and emotional aspects. However, most of the research in education in South Africa tend to focus only on the cognitive side of learning and neglects the very important, emotional side. The consequences of this neglect lie most prominently with migran ...
  7. Global change drivers and their impact on herbaceous, ant, and grasshopper assemblages in an African semi-arid savanna
    Trisos, Matthew Owen, 2021-01-05T06:28:06Z, University of Cape Town
    Assessments of the anthropogenic threats to savanna ecosystems are primarily focussed on land use change, bush encroachment, and biological invasions. There is, however, very little understanding as to the threats from atmospheric pollution. South Africa is the major emitter of CO2 on the African co ...
  8. Impact of degradation of the moisture separators on the overall performance of the moisture separator reheater in a nuclear power plant
    Saaymans, Natalie, 2021-01-05T06:27:43Z, University of Cape Town
    The moisture separator forms part of the moisture separator reheater (MSR) component used in a steam cycle in a nuclear power plant, to reduce the risk of erosion of the low-pressure (LP) turbine and to improve cycle efficiency. The performance and optimisation of moisture separators is well studied ...
  9. Developing a model to manage burnout among teaching staff at private universities in Uganda
    Masagazi, Joel Yawe, 2021-01-05T03:19:47Z
    Abstracts in English, Zulu and Xhosa ...
  10. Parental involvement in the education of children with autism spectrum disorder : a phenomenogical study
    Marais, Hester Petronella, 2021-01-05T04:11:30Z
    Limited research has been conducted about the involvement of parents in the education of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in South Africa. The main aim of this study was to explore how involved parents and teachers are in the education of learners with ASD in a special educational needs ...