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  1. Preserving trees
    Skead, C J (Cuthbert John), 1959-05-19
    Article written by C. J. Skead to the East London Daily Dispatch (dated 19 May 1959), bringing attention to the deforestation of the Fort Grey forest by Mr C Miles Warren (MP). The article is acompanied by a harndwitten note stating "Mr C Miles Warren, M.P. had the contract for removing the forest a ...
  2. Abuse of trees
    Skead, C J (Cuthbert John), 19uu
    Original hand-written caption "Row of pines in Alexandria Road, King Williams Town, the main thoroughfare of the national road through the town, each with a notice bearing a word which in the end made a sentence inviting people to attend the Dutch Reformed Church Bazaar. Strangely though the wording ...
  3. Understanding the role of social capital in enhancing community resilience to natural disasters: a case study of Muzarabani District, Zimbabwe
    Kasimba, Rosemary, 2018, Rhodes University
    The centralfocus of the study was to seek an understanding of the role that Social Capital plays in enhancing the resilience and adaptive capacity of the community to floods and droughts in Muzarabani District of Northern Zimbabwe. The study was conducted in two of the wards in Muzarabani District n ...
  4. The knowledge commons, pan-Africanism, and epistemic inequality: a study of CODESRIA
    Hoffmann, Nimi, 2018, Rhodes University
    This study is about the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA). Conceived in 1964 and formalised in 1973, CODESRIA is the longest-standing pan-African intellectual organisation on the continent. It was established with the primary objective of fostering greater c ...
  5. Examining the nature and extent to which learners with special educational needs are included in regular schools: the case of four primary schools in Cape Town, South Africa
    Shadaya, Girlie, 2016, University of Fort Hare
    The study is premised on the assumptions that learners with special educational needs are not fully included in regular schools and that perceptions of teachers influence their behaviour toward and acceptance of learners with special educational needs in regular classes. In light of this, the aim of ...
  6. Genotypic and phenotypic characterization of enterococci from cow dung and environmental water sources in three selected dairy farms in Amathole District
    Tanih, Godfred Ngu, 2016, University of Fort Hare
    Enterococcus species are integral members of the gastrointestinal microfloral of humans, animals, birds, as well as insects. Their presence in water and food has been greatly associated with faecal contamination. This study was aimed at evaluating the incidence of Enterococcus species in cow dung an ...
  7. Experiences of R425 newly qualified professional Nurses during their first year of practice in 3 selected hospitals in the Eastern Cape
    Qwaqwa, Nomathamsanqa P, 2016, Walter Sisulu University
    Transition of the newly qualified nurses from an educational focus to professional practitioner has long been identified as a conflicted time of critical personal and professional adjustment and staggering reality shock. This study explored the experiences of newly qualified R425 professional nurses ...
  8. The experiences of non-psychiatric trained nurses caring for mental health care users on 72 hour observations in a listed Hospital in the O R Tambo District
    Dubo, Siyabonga, 2016, Walter Sisulu University
    Nurses are an integral part of the health care system and their job encompasses a wide range of responsibilities including the promotion of health, prevention of illness and care for physically, mentally ill and disabled people. Nurses have a mandate to be responsible and accountable to the public t ...
  9. Challenges faced by professional nurses in implementing the six Ministerial priority standards of care in a Health care institution in O R Tambo Region in the Eastern Cape province
    Kula, Nokuseni, 2016, Walter Sisulu University
    The objective of this research study was to describe and explore challenges faced by professional nurses in implementing six ministerial priority standards of care in selected units of an identified institution in O.R. Tambo region. Nurses are trained and employed to provide nursing care to patients ...
  10. Grossly overgrazed veld near Middeldrift
    Skead, C J (Cuthbert John), 1962-10
    Caption "Grossly overgrazed Bantu veld near Middledrift, K.W. Town. Oct. 1962. Note remnants of a few trees..." ...