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  1. Barriers to effective partner notification amongst patients with sexually transmitted infections at a health center in Windhoek District, Namibia
    Shonhiwa, Shepherd Ushe, 2017-03-17T09:46:41Z, University of the Western Cape
    The notification and treatment of sexual partner(s) is a key element in the prevention and control of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Partner notification interrupts the chain of STI transmission, prevents STI complications and long-term sequelae in the sexual partner(s), and also prevents r ...
  2. Perspectives on trust business alliances in the Black economic empowerment context : a Q methodological approach
    Moalusi, Kgope Philemon, 2017-03-17T05:01:20Z
    This study endeavoured to uncover the trust experiences of individuals involved in business alliances between traditional companies (TCs) and historically disadvantaged institutions (HDIs) with a view to constructing a model that would facilitate a better understanding of organisational trust wit ...
  3. Lobbying of the accounting standard-setter by South Africa companies
    Gaie-Booysen, Felicia, 2017-03-17T05:09:03Z
    This study examined the lobbying of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) by South African companies. The aim of this study was to establish the timing and methods of lobbying of the IASB by South African companies. Central to this study was the seminal work of Sutton (1984), predicti ...
  4. And the Word was made Flesh : Anthropomorphism in the poetry of W.H. Auden
    Hurley, Martin, 2017-03-17T06:29:52Z
    And the Word Was Made Flesh: Anthropomorphism in the poetry of WH Auden examines the reasons for the neglect of Auden’s prolific deployment of anthropomorphism by examining the poetry’s critical reception with a view to understanding what larger purpose, what ‘strategy of discourse’ (Ricoeur 2003, T ...
  5. A review of challenges in developing and empowering South African indigenous languages : the case of isiXhosa
    Sotashe, Arthur Phumzile, 2017-03-17T06:47:50Z
    The study endeavoured to establish what had been done after 1994, by looking at the literature that reported the activities and documents that were produced. This was done against the background of what language policy and planning stand for. How these are conducted and how they influence the langua ...
  6. The relationship between emotional intelligence, work engagement, creativity and demographic variables
    Bartlett, Sindy, 2017-03-17T07:51:15Z
    The objective of this study was to investigate the relationship between emotional intelligence, work engagement, creativity and demographic variables. A non-experimental and cross-sectional survey design was used and the population consisted of 180 employees working within a call centre division of ...
  7. Environmental and socio-economic impact of hosting refugees : a case study of villages around the Dzaleka refugee camp in Dowa district, Malawi
    Kavalo, Eddie Bright, 2017-03-17T08:09:37Z
    The opening of the refugee camp in Dowa by the Malawi Government, with support from UNHCR meant that the population of that area was increased abruptly. This led to an increase in socio- economic activities resulting into high demand of energy, food and other amenities from the natural environment. ...
  8. Environmental impact of household solid waste disposal practices on plant growth in rural areas of KwaZulu-Natal : a case study of UThukela District Municipality
    Khumalo, Sabelo A., 2017-03-17T08:50:46Z
    The absence or unavailability of solid waste disposal facilities and service in rural areas of the UThukela District Municipality (UTDM) compelled residents to adopt many disposal practices. This included open burning of waste, which leaves residues in the form of waste ashes. Some heavy metal and h ...
  9. An application of GIS and remote sensing for land use evaluation and suitability mapping for yam, cassava, and rice in the Lower River Benue Basin, Nigeria
    Abah, Roland Clement, 2017-03-17T10:34:52Z
    Agricultural production has contributed over time to food security and rural economic development in developing countries particularly supporting the countryside. Evidence show that crop yields are declining in the Lower River Benue Basin of Nigeria. This study conducted a land use evaluation and su ...
  10. Agricultural markets as nodal points for economic activity : are agricultural markets gender inclusive?
    Ngomane, T. S., 2017-03-17T11:43:05Z, SAAPAM (South Africa Association of Public Administration and Management)
    Article ...