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  1. Attitude towards the cultivation and utilisation of indigenous leafy vegetables in rural communities
    Mungofa, Nyarai, 2017-03-16T13:06:17Z
    Food insecurity remains a major challenge affecting the rural poor households in South Africa. The consumption of green leafy vegetables is important to address micronutrients deficiency in rural communities and, at the same time, it contributes to fibre intake. This study investigated the people’s ...
  2. The effect of using van Hiele"s instructional model in the teaching of congruent triangles in grade 10 in Gauteng high schools
    Sadiki, Muraga William Riizo, 2017-03-16T13:16:21Z
    This study investigates the effect of using Van Hiele’s instructional model in the teaching of congruent triangles in grade 10 in Gauteng high schools. Three randomly selected high schools in Gauteng formed the research fields, while intact groups of grade 10 learners in these schools formed the stu ...
  3. Face orientations in Athol Fugard"s The road to Mecca, My Children! My Africa and Valley Song
    Kikamba, Simao Luyikumu, 2017-03-16T14:40:27Z
    This dissertation seeks to address the multiple ways face or one’s public self-image is attacked, supported and maintained in Athol Fugard’s The Road to Mecca, My Children! My Africa! and Valley Song, and through this discussion demonstrate how the notion of face can make a contribution to the study ...
  4. The impact of family language policy (FLP) on the conservation of minority languages in Zimbabwe
    Maseko, Busani, 2017-03-16T15:01:08Z
    This study investigates the impact of Family Language Policy (FLP) on the conservation of minority languages in Zimbabwe. Family language policy is a newly emerging sub field of language planning and policy which focuses on the explicit and overt planning in relation to language use within the home ...
  5. South African studio pottery of the later Twentieth century and its Anglo-Oriental epithet
    Watt, Ronald, 2017-03-16T15:14:09Z
    South African studio pottery of the later twentieth century has consistently been described as ‘Anglo-Oriental’, because it was perceived to adhere to the standard forms of utilitarian wares in plain or subdued colours and decorations, as promoted by the Anglo-Oriental tradition of studio pottery. T ...
  6. Gender bias in selected Shona novels
    Zigara, Herbert, 2017-03-16T15:23:08Z
    This study sought to uncover gender bias in selected Shona novels and examine the manner in which authors present the subject. The major objectives were to identify the effects of hostile gender relations and assess Shona novel authors’ commitments to promote healthy gender relations which are pre-r ...
  7. Actinobacterial diversity of the Ethiopian Rift Valley lakes
    Du Plessis, Gerda, 2017-03-16T11:03:12Z, University of the Western Cape
    The class Actinobacteria consists of a heterogeneous group of filamentous, Gram-positive bacteria that colonise most terrestrial and aquatic environments. The industrial and biotechnological importance of the secondary metabolites produced by members of this class has propelled it into the forefront ...
  8. Exploring parental and occupational therapists" perceptions of the utilisation of the occupational therapy service at three paediatric outpatient units in the Western Cape Province, South Africa
    Peters, Fatima, 2017-03-16T11:28:52Z, University of the Western Cape
    Background: The Western Cape"s Comprehensive Service Plan (CSP) is committed to "treating the right patient at the right level right, with the right skills and at the right cost" (Page 1, Tygerberg Hospital Annual Report, 2007). Occupational therapy (OT) Managers in the Metro District, Western Cape ...
  9. A study to understand the barriers and facilitating factors for accessing health care amongst adult street dwellers in New Delhi, India
    Prasad, Vandana, 2017-03-16T11:44:54Z, University of the Western Cape
    Urban health policy has remained a neglected area in India. The homeless remain the most deprived, neglected and stigmatized group amongst the urban poor. While they suffer from a large burden of disease, there are a variety of reasons that prevent them from accessing the available health care servi ...
  10. Appraisal of Beyoncé Knowles as a popular artist : analysing the evaluative discourse of the online fan base
    Shabodien, Zareena, 2017-03-16T12:54:57Z, University of the Western Cape
    This research uses the Systemic Functional Linguistics (SFL) approach, more specifically, the appraisal theory to analyse the online message postings by fans of the popular music artist, Beyoncé Knowles. Through their online writings, insight into their evaluative discourses is gained. This research ...