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  1. Contrast-induced nephropathy in coronary angiography patients when using Ioversol and Iomeprol : a meta-analysis
    Chipere, Tawanda Alfred Gilbert, 2018-12-12T12:27:43Z
    Ioversol and Iomeprol are radiological contrast media commonly used interchangeably in many South African imaging facilities for coronary angiography. Despite differences in chemical composition, they are presumed to have similar renal safety profiles. However, no studies directly compare the renal ...
  2. Dispersive liquid-liquid micro-extraction of Chloramphenicol and its congeners residues in water, meat and milk followed by electron spray ionisation liquid chromaotgraphy tandem mass spectrometry detection
    Kemokgatla, Ompelege E., 2018-12-12T12:57:20Z
    The use of veterinary drugs continues to be a challenge since some farmers use drugs for medicinal purposes, while others use them as growth promoters without observing the set withdrawal times. In emerging economies, challenges are experienced in residue testing to ensure residue free animal produc ...
  3. The impact of saving in reducing risks: A case study of Mathabatha Village Bank, Limpopo province, South Africa
    Tewoldeberhan, Ruth W, 2018-12-12T13:42:28Z, University of the Western Cape
    Magister Commercii - MCom ...
  4. Business strategies of organisations in a challenging economy : the case of mobile company X Zimbabwe (MCXZ)
    Mungwini, Mercy, 2018-12-11T06:43:08Z
    This study sought to establish the business strategies employed by Mobile Company X Zimbabwe (MCXZ) for it to survive the challenging economy. A qualitative research and a case-based approach involving MCXZ were used. Semi-structured interviews and secondary data were used to produce qualitative d ...
  5. Organisational culture in internationally federated non-profit organisations : the importance of industry and governance
    Tamrat Haile Gebremichael, 2018-12-11T08:54:58Z
    In the era of globalisation, organisations around the world have increasingly become stages of global diversity where multi-cultural workforces interact in teams on a daily basis. International organisations, in particular, are a characteristic display of cross-cultural interaction. The study of org ...
  6. The provision of full ownership rights to Soweto households as a government service delivery priority in the new dispensation
    Dube, Sibusiso Raymond, 2018-12-11T12:36:40Z
    Land is a finite resource for sustainable livelihoods of the general population and the foundation of South Africa’s diverse culture. However, throughout our South African history, the land question has been a contentious, sensitive and emotive issue ever since the inception of the colonial era, thu ...
  7. Long-run performance of corporate restructurings : evidence from the JSE
    Nkongho, Mitteran Enow, 2018-12-10T05:03:10Z
    This research has investigated the long-run performance of corporate restructurings through unbundling transactions on the JSE between 2000 and 2012. The corporate unbundling transactions considered by the research are spin-offs and sell-offs. From the two unbundling transactions, four samples were ...
  8. Emigration of South African migrants to Australia and New Zealand : a mixed-method study
    Marcantuono, Letitia, 2018-12-10T05:40:51Z
    Over the past 30 years South Africa has lost valuable human capital due to high volumes of emigration. South Africa has also seen numerous changes in its political, economic and social structure specifically in these decades, but little investigation has been done into the possibility of an associ ...
  9. Exploring the relationship between personality traits, cyberbullying victimisation and coping styles among adults
    Muftic-Globisch, Hana-Vahida, 2018-12-10T06:52:59Z
    Running title: Personality and cyberbullying victimisation ...
  10. Development of a short course to inculcate the spirit of Ubuntu amongst student nurses at Limpopo College of Nursing, Limpopo province
    Manganyi, Thokozile, 2018-12-10T07:16:11Z
    The purpose of the study was to develop a short course to inculcate the spirit of Ubuntu amongst the student nurses at Limpopo College of Nursing at Limpopo Province. A sequential explanatory research design was used and data was collected from one hundred and fifteen student nurses at the three (3) ...