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  1. Does the implementation of a closed Fishing Season during the breeding Season benefit a Species? A per-recruit-based approach using Cymbula Granatina as an Illustration
    Arendse, Clement, 2020-10-21T09:22:27Z, Faculty of Science
    Closed seasons are generally implemented on the presumption that they increase reproductive output of fished populations. This is.based on the assumption that the imposition of a closed season during the breed~ยท season allows more individuals to reproduce, as they are not being harvested.I evaluated ...
  2. Social change in greater Cape Town with special reference to National Qualifications Framework
    Alexander, Cavell Winston, 2020-10-21T09:24:15Z, University of Western Cape
    Masters in Public Administration - MPA ...
  3. The use of african language as media of teaching and learning in public schools in Mopani district (Limpopo Province):A critical analysis
    Sithole, Kateko Lucy, 2020-10-21T10:29:52Z, University of Limpopo
    Thesis (Ph.D.(African languages)) --University of Limpopo, 2019 ...
  4. Strategies to enhance knowledge of triage amongst nurses working in the emergency departments of the Sekhukhune district hospitals, Limpopo province, South Africa
    Phukubye, Thabo Arthur, 2020-10-21T10:20:20Z, University of Limpopo
    Thesis(M.Sc.(Nursing)) --University of Limpopo,2019 ...
  5. Integrating indigenous african knowledge systems in teaching and learning at the Catholic University of Zimbabwe : a critical investigation
    Murwira, Stanley, 2020-10-20T13:49:25Z
    The research study focused on the integrating of indigenous African knowledge systems in teaching and learning at the Catholic University of Zimbabwe. The curriculum of the Catholic University of Zimbabwe offers a number of degree courses. The study sets out to address the problem with the curriculu ...
  6. The effectiveness of using pictograms and text on medication labels at primary healthcare facilities in Cape Town
    Heyns, Jeanne, 2020-10-20T07:57:46Z, University of the Western Cape
    Magister Pharmaceuticae - MPharm ...
  7. The role of social protection programmes in reducing household poverty and vulnerability in Katakwi District - Uganda
    Okello, Julius, 2020-10-19T07:17:46Z, Faculty of Humanities
    This study examined the role of social protection programmes in reducing household poverty in the post-conflict area of Teso in Eastern Uganda and focused on Katakwi district. Mixed methods, was used in the form of qualitative and quantitative tools drawing on a sample of 200 respondents and 20 key ...
  8. A phenomenological study of the lived experiences of social housing residents in relation to their digital exclusion
    Williams, Jonathan, 2020-10-19T09:28:09Z, Faculty of Commerce
    There is no more significant threat to a prosperous South Africa than the persistent socioeconomic exclusion and continuous spatial segregation of South African society. Social housing and digital inclusion both play a critical role as inclusionary interventions for the socioeconomic advancement of ...
  9. Does capability measurement enable aspiration during emergent adulthood? Examining "Poverty Stoplight" as a poverty measurement and capability building instrument for youth in South Africa
    Newell, Ashley Michelle, 2020-10-19T10:10:01Z, Faculty of Commerce
    In South Africa, the majority of youth entering emerging adulthood find themselves in a protracted struggle to access further education, training or to secure their first decent job. The purpose of this multi-case study is to deepen the understanding of how capability measurement approaches and tool ...
  10. The contribution of mentorship as an entrepreneurial learning mechanism for South African entrepreneurs
    Johnston, Kathryn, 2020-10-19T10:31:55Z, Faculty of Commerce
    Existing research in the field of mentorship as a mechanism for entrepreneurial learning suggests a requirement for more studies. Previous empirical research in the field has predominantly focussed on the workplace context and not the entrepreneur. The current research available in the field of entr ...