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  1. A feasibility assessment of Government"s road-to-rail policy implementation : a freight logistics perspective
    Rocha, Judite dos Santos, 2018-12-07T10:36:51Z
    A severe capital shortage in South Africa during the 1980s resulted in significant losses for both freight and passenger rail, which gave rise to cutbacks in new investments for rail. By 1986 expenditure on fixed rail assets was reduced from R1.44 billion to R500 million; this was the beginning of t ...
  2. Software defect prediction using maximal information coefficient and fast correlation-based filter feature selection
    Mpofu, Bongeka, 2018-12-06T06:32:02Z
    Software quality ensures that applications that are developed are failure free. Some modern systems are intricate, due to the complexity of their information processes. Software fault prediction is an important quality assurance activity, since it is a mechanism that correctly predicts the defect pr ...
  3. Factors contributing to nurses" poor utilization of HIV-related post exposure prophylaxis at a selected region in Swaziland
    Dlamini, Patience Nokthula, 2018-12-06T08:57:28Z
    Nurses are prone to occupational hazards while carrying out their professional duties. The HIV-related post exposure prophylaxis is recommended for health workers who prick themselves accidentally with needles that have been used on clients. The taking of antiretroviral drugs after encountering need ...
  4. Survey of brucellosis among people at risk in Lagos, Nigeria
    Adeyemi, Akinroyeje Kehinde, 2018-12-05T10:02:24Z
    Brucellosis is one of the neglected diseases in Nigeria. In Lagos, the commercial capital of Nigeria with about twenty one million people, a descriptive cross-sectional study was carried out in order to determine the sero-prevalence of brucellosis among people at risk in some selected abattoirs and ...
  5. An assessment of the social impacts of water pollution on children in informal settlement : the case of Kliptown informal settlement, Soweto, Johannesburg
    Kamusono, Jennifer Tadzei, 2018-12-05T14:14:07Z
    The study investigated the causes of water pollution in Kliptown, an informal settlement 17km south of Johannesburg. The study further examined the impact of water pollution, sanitation and inadequate and low quality water provision on children’s social life, health and well-being in informal settle ...
  6. The development of Amadumbe (Colocasia esculenta (l.) schott)-soya composite biscuits with improved nutritional and sensory properties
    Mokhele, Tabea Mokgalakane, 2018-12-05T14:41:26Z
    The Amadumbe crop [Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott] is a traditional Southern African tuber crop which is rich in starch, mucilage and micronutrients. Amadumbe tubers have limited amount of proteins and as a result, amadumbe-processed foods lack adequate protein. The purpose of this study was the ...
  7. Nurses" views and experiences regarding implementation of results based financing in Zimbabwe
    Nyabani, Prosper, 2018-12-05T15:09:23Z
    Results Based Financing (RBF) models are results oriented, linking performance indicators to incentives to motivate health workers to deliver quality care in anticipation of rewards attached to service delivery. The study sought to explore nurses’ views and experiences regarding the implementatio ...
  8. Social work services for child-headed households in Virginia in the Free State Province
    Ndava, Netsai Rejoice, 2018-12-04T07:05:53Z
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  9. Neutron tunneling in nanostructured systems: isotopical effect
    Matiwane, Aphiwe, 2018-11-30T08:48:04Z
    Tunneling phenomenon has been studied since the time of Sir Isaac Newton. In the case of neutron tunneling phenomenon, it is the quantum mechanics wave-particle duality which manifests itself. In this case, particularly, the neutron wave-packet under total reflection condition suffers the so-called ...