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  1. Biopsychosocial correlates of health-related quality of life in migraine without aura
    Govender, Catherine Olly, 2017-06-20T08:16:41Z
    Migraine - with or without aura - is an enervating primary headache disorder that represents a heavy economic and social burden. The health-related quality of life of migraineurs is poor. The aim of this research was to investigate the health-related quality of life of migraine without aura sufferer ...
  2. A criminological exploration of associated robberies in Gauteng, South Africa
    Thobane, Mahlogonolo Stephina, 2017-06-20T10:48:07Z
    Text in English ...
  3. The influence of Web 2.0 technologies on the use of public libraries in Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality, South Africa
    Matobako, Molaodi Margaret, 2017-06-20T12:57:58Z
    Recent innovations and advances in information and communication technologies (ICTs) have resulted into radical changes in the way information resources are provided, and have also brought about several options to handle a wide-range of information services effortlessly. Web 2.0 or social media is o ...
  4. Social factors that affect the acceptability of the enviro loo sanitation technology: a case of schools in Limpopo Province
    Tshivhase, Ndiafhi Jeremiah, 2017-06-20T12:45:20Z, University of Limpopo
    Thesis (M. Dev.) --University of Limpopo, 2016 ...
  5. Evaluating the effectiveness of an employee assistance programme within South African police services in the Waterberg District, Limpopo Province
    Dipela, Mmaphuti Percy, 2017-06-20T12:48:40Z, University of Limpopo
    Thesis(M.A. (Social Work)) -- University of Limpopo, 2016 ...
  6. Africanization within the URCSA?: a critical focus on how the church order relates to African marriages and baptism
    Monhla, Elias, 2017-06-19T07:18:57Z
    Since the advent of the Christian faith in Africa in general and in South Africa in particular, there has been tension in the Christian of African descent. This tension is fuelled, in my opinion, by the fact that the Christian belief system seems comfortable only when it has a monopoly over what is ...
  7. Historical methodology of Ancient Israel and the archive as historical a priori in the discourses of the Lachish reliefs
    Kellner, Ronel, 2017-06-19T07:59:29Z
    The archive as a site of ‘knowledge retrieval’* has long been the exemplary domain of astute historical inquiry. Following the recent ‘historic turn’* to address the politics of knowledge in the broader human and historical sciences, rather than its function as a site of ‘knowledge retrieval’*, I wi ...
  8. Pentecostal church music praxis : Indians in the Durban region 1994-2011
    Moses, Roland Hansel, 2017-06-19T08:50:30Z
    The first indentured Indians arrived in South Africa in 1860. Their importation was a consequence of the British, who wanted cheap labour from their colony, India, to serve the Empire’s needs in South Africa. Several of these Indians, upon completion of their term of their indenture, chose South Afr ...
  9. Ritual functions of the Book of Relevation: hope in dark times
    Van Rensburg, Hanré Janse, 2017-06-19T09:08:10Z
    Through a critical-functional, rather than literal, reading of the text of Revelation, this dissertation hypothesises a move beyond the paralysing constant reduction of hermeneutic meaning to two conventional poles when discussing hope – the early Christian movement’s hope through reversal, and cont ...