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  1. The interdependence hypothesis: exploring the effects on English writing following an expository writing course in Zulu
    Rodseth, Wendy Sue, 2009-08-25T11:00:05Z
    This study explores Cummins" interdependence hypothesis in the South African context. The design is experimental, involving Zulu primary language writing instruction to explore whether skills taught in Zulu composition classes transfer into English expository writing. The intervention and control ...
  2. The interdependence hypothesis: exploring the effects on English writing following an expository writing course in Zulu
    Rodseth, Wendy Sue, 2009-08-25T11:00:05Z
    This study explores Cummins" interdependence hypothesis in the South African context. The design is experimental, involving Zulu primary language writing instruction to explore whether skills taught in Zulu composition classes transfer into English expository writing. The intervention and control ...
  3. INVESTIGATING THE EFFICACY OF THE âSKILLS FOR A CHANGING WORLDâ FIRST-YEAR LITERACY COURSE
    Drennan, Laura Maria, 2013-05-17, University of the Free State
    The academic performance of students entering higher education in South Africa has been high on the agenda of universities, organisations working in this sector, the Department of Education, and the media. The reason for this is that many students do not meet the admission requirements for higher ed ...
  4. INVESTIGATION OF THE LUMINESCENT PROPERTIES OF METAL QUINOLATES (MQX) FOR USE IN OLED DEVICES
    Duvenhage, Mart-Mari, 2014-08-20, University of the Free State
    Since Tang and VanSlyke developed the first organic light emitting diode (OLED) in the late 80âs using tris-(8-hydroxyquinoline) aluminium (Alq3) as both the emissive and electron transporting layer, a lot of research has been done on Alq3 and other metal quinolates (Mqx). The optical, morphological ...
  5. INVESTIGATION OF THE POSSIBILITY OF PLATINUM-GROUP ELEMENT CLUSTERS IN MAGMATIC SYSTEMS, USING SYNTHETIC SULPHIDE MELTS
    Kennedy, Bianca, 2014-08-20, University of the Free State
    The behaviour of platinum-group elements (PGE: Ir, Os, Rh, Ru, Pd and Pt) on a nano level may be the key to the enrichment of PGE in mafic ore bodies, like the Bushveld complex. Temperature controlled sulphide melts were used to investigate possible PGE-rich nano phases or clusters, in a magmatic en ...
  6. LAND BENEFICIARIES AS GAME FARMERS IN THE âNEWâ SOUTH AFRICA: LAND REFORM IN RELATION TO CONSERVATION, THE HUNTING INDUSTRY AND CHIEFLY AUTHORITY IN KWAZULU-NATAL
    Ngubane, Mnqobi Mthandeni, 2013-05-31, University of the Free State
    In South Africa, as in other parts of the continent and beyond; land claims on nature conservation land have in many cases become part and parcel of Community-Based Conservation (CBC) and related discourses such as Community-Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM). This thesis investigates key soc ...
  7. A landscape approach to the archaeology of the Vredefort Dome
    Byrne, Patrick Joseph, 2012-09-18T05:34:57Z
    New technologies are continuously being developed that can aid us in archaeological research. The purpose of this project is to revisit an area containing Late Iron Age (LIA) Stone Walled Structures (SWS) that have received sporadic archaeological research over time, and employ new techniques and te ...
  8. LEAF WETNESS DURATION MEASUREMENTS IN A CITRUS CANOPY
    Kudinha, Martin Tarisai, 2014-08-20, University of the Free State
    Leaf wetness duration (LWD) is a key component of most disease-warning systems which are designed to help growers to determine when to apply control measures to suppress plant diseases. Since LWD is a complex phenomenon due to its spatial and temporal variability, this can affect the performance of ...
  9. The Lieutenant-Governorship of Andries Stockenstrom
    Smuts, P J, 2016-04-22T13:38:57Z, University of Cape Town
    Includes bibliographical references. ...