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  1. Overcoming the difficulties of IT system integration in enterprises by establishing an information system engineering environment
    Moabelo, Tlou Maggie, 2017-03-15T09:05:29Z
    Dissertation (MIT)--University of Pretoria, 2000. ...
  2. Drug prescribing practices among primary healthcare providers in a local government area of Northwestern Nigeria
    Oguntunde, Olugbenga Olalere, 2017-03-15T13:42:34Z, University of the Western Cape
    Background: Drugs are essential components of the health system and their rational use is vital to delivering quality and efficient healthcare services. However, inappropriate prescribing is a common rational drug use problem globally, particularly in developing countries including Nigeria. Despite ...
  3. Factors affecting the implementation of the Family Life and HIV/AIDS Education curriculum in Junior Secondary Schools in Abuja, Nigeria
    Oyewale, Bimpe Aderinre, 2017-03-15T14:36:26Z, University of the Western Cape
    The Family Life and HIV/AIDS Education (FLHE) curriculum was introduced into Junior Secondary Schools (JSS) in Nigeria to provide young people with life skills and knowledge essential for protecting themselves from HIV/AIDS. However, coverage of schools with the FLHE curriculum implementation is low ...
  4. A systematic review of interventions for children presenting with dyscalculia in primary schools
    Monei, Thato Omphemetse, 2017-03-15T14:47:01Z, University of the Western Cape
    Background: The acquisition of numerical competency is imperative for individuals in society for quality of life and economic well-being. Many children have significant mathematical learning difficulties, this is known as dyscalculia. The prevalence rate for dyscalculia ranges between 3.5%–6.5% of t ...
  5. Resemiotization and discourse practices in selected television advertisements in South Africa
    Thabela, Tendani Mulanga, 2017-03-15T14:51:43Z, University of the Western Cape
    This study demonstrates how advertisers re-voice and re-perform others" gestures and actions (Prior and Hengst, 2010). The focus is on the mobility of semiosis across boundaries and practices. It uses Multimodal Discourse Analysis (Kress and Van Leeuwen, 1996, 2001, 2006) Semiotic Remediation/Resemi ...
  6. Assessing the level of community participation in faith based NGOs in South Africa : the case of the South African National Zakah fund (SANCAF) in Cape Town
    Safi, Ubaidulla, 2017-03-15T14:52:04Z, University of the Western Cape
    In a country like South Africa, with a history of racial discrimination and man-made social inequalities, many NGOs and FBOs play a crucial and important role in socio-economic development and in narrowing the gap between the haves and the have-nots. As one of the nongovernmental organisations, The ...
  7. Clinical evaluation of shade improvement after in-office vital bleaching
    Salem, Yousef, 2017-03-15T15:08:04Z, University of the Western Cape
    Tooth discoloration has increased the demand by patients to pursue aesthetic treatment options. Bleaching is considered a conservative approach in performing an aesthetic treatment for discolored teeth; however colour rebound and post-operative sensitivity are among the adverse effects associated wi ...
  8. Factors associated with exclusive breastfeeding in Kwekwe District, Zimbabwe
    Nduna, Themba, 2017-03-15T15:19:11Z, University of the Western Cape
    Evidence on the benefits of breastfeeding for child survival, growth and development is published extensively. Breastfeeding is an "unequalled" way of providing ideal food to infants and young children to promote good health, growth, development and to attainment of their full potential. Despite ini ...
  9. Review of the environmental authorization followed during the construction of Eskom"s Kusile and Medupi power stations, South Africa
    Molepo, Emmy, 2017-03-14T06:20:43Z
    Environmental impact assessment follow-up has been widely addressed by various researchers. However, there is still a gap in the actual implementation of this process. This study addresses this gap by evaluating the effectiveness of implementing the environmental authorizations of Eskom’s Kusile and ...
  10. Ecotourism as a catalyst for promoting local economic development: an evaluation of the developmental impacts of Bulungula Lodge in Nqileni, Eastern Cape
    Lange, Janine Carol, 2017-03-14T10:50:47Z, University of the Western Cape
    Tourism is one of the fastest growing global sectors, with current international tourist arrivals exceeding 935 million, and projected arrivals to exceed 1 billion by 2020. Community-based ecotourism has been suggested as a possible avenue for poverty eradication and local economic development in So ...