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  1. Perceptions of supply chain professionals on the relationship between supply chain challenges and business performance in the food industry in Gauteng province
    Nguegan Nguegan, Catherine Angelique, 2018-05-09T21:56:29Z, Vaal University of Technology
    M.Tech (Logistics: Faculty of Management Sciences) Vaal University of Technology ...
  2. Numerical simulation of nuclear reactor isotope depletion
    Keyser, Tinus, 2018-05-08T14:03:54Z, University of Cape Town
    A program was written in Python to simulate nuclide reactions and burnup in a thermal fission reactor numerically. The program focused on the depletion calculations and used a simplified neutron flux equation. Nuclide data like cross-sections and fission products were read in from ENDF format files ...
  3. Genetic basis of human disorders of gonadal development
    Maison, Patrick Opoku Manu, 2018-05-08T14:04:20Z, University of Cape Town
    South Africa is unique in the arena of Intersex, in that for unknown reasons we have a very high percentage of ovotesticular DSD (True Hermaphrodite). Whereas ovotesticular DSD is the least common cause of hermaphroditism in other parts of the world, it is the most common cause of hermaphroditism in ...
  4. Urban Planning principles as mechanisms for improving informal trading opportunities: A case study of inner-city Johannesburg
    Jonathan, Lesley-Anne, 2018-05-08T14:04:49Z, University of Cape Town
    The inner city of Johannesburg presents a high number of informal traders who seek to make use of urban public space in their livelihood strategies. However, the forces driving the performance of informal traders have not led to positive development of opportunities for traders. Operation Clean Swee ...
  5. Engaging homelessness: Facilitating change through architectural intervention
    Louw, Christopher, 2018-05-08T14:04:55Z, University of Cape Town
    This dissertation engages with the issue of homelessness in the City of Cape Town. It makes use of existing literature and research on homelessness to frame the severity of the issue. Furthermore, it surfaces the lived experience of homelessness through first-hand accounts of living on the street, h ...
  6. TOD in the context of Cape Town: a case study of Bellville
    Juries, Jason, 2018-05-08T14:04:59Z, University of Cape Town
    This paper investigates Transit Oriented Development (TOD) in the context of Cape Town focusing on the case study area of Bellville. This investigation seeks to answer questions relating to the implementation of TOD such as: How to translate metropolitan TOD principles and development objectives int ...
  7. Founding a farm: the marking out of Klein Stockwell, Western Cape, South Africa
    Malherbe, Gideon Fran├žois, 2018-05-08T14:05:01Z, University of Cape Town
    This dissertation is rooted in my pursuit of developing a site engagement method that can be applied to learn from any given site by studying its history and inherent spatial logic. The research focuses primarily on a typological study of rural space and resulted in an architectural language that ev ...
  8. Space & event in contested territories: Public assembly through place-making tradition exploring tectonics and materials of the circular economy
    Nunkoo, Abhinav, 2018-05-08T14:05:02Z, University of Cape Town
    Design is an iterative process. This design dissertation explores "concept-form" by Tschumi (2010, pp. 15-19) who argues it is a generator of new conditions to freely inform or locate activities to generate events. Concept-form reflects a specific moment in a thought process when an architectural st ...
  9. Productive landscape: Turning vacant and underutilised spaces into urban agriculture, for social, economic and environmental benefits in the Two Rivers Urban Park (TRUP) site, Cape Town
    Mnyazi, Nosiphe, 2018-05-08T14:05:04Z, University of Cape Town
    In our fast changing times, where political, religious economic structure are failing to meet the need for equitable and caring world. New radical approaches are called for. The challenges before us are unprecedented both within our country and globally. The challenges of our time include the fast c ...
  10. Small buildings big improvements: addressing the need for community educational facilities in the informal city through provision of prototypical alternative learning and teaching spaces
    Tod, Catherine Ann, 2018-05-08T14:05:06Z, University of Cape Town
    Education, by its broadest definition, withholds and undeniable and indispensable potential for positive human development. This is particularly true in emerging economies where social and economic ills are rife. Addressing this issue is a meaningful step towards creating a more "equitable society" ...