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  1. The use of environmental impact assessments (EIAs) in promoting sustainable development
    Ngesi, Hlekani Ntombizakithi, 2012-08-01T05:28:14Z
    The overall aim of the case study was to investigate the effectiveness of environmental impact assessments(EIAs) in Nelson Mandela Bay (NMB) and to determine whether EIA legislation and implementation can lead to the promotion of sustainable development practices. The research made use of the qualit ...
  2. The use of environmental impact assessments (EIAs) in promoting sustainable development
    Ngesi, Hlekani Ntombizakithi., 2012-08-01T07:06:41Z
    The overall aim of the case study was to investigate the effectiveness of environmental impact assessments (EIAs) in Nelson Mandela Bay(NMB) and to determine whether EIA legislation and implementation can lead to the promotion of sustainable development practices. The research made use of the qualit ...
  3. The use of environmental impact assessments (EIAs) in promoting sustainable development
    Ngesi, Hlekani Ntombizakithi, 2011, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
    The overall aim of the case study was to investigate the effectiveness of EIAs in NMB and to determine whether EIA legislation and implementation can lead to the promotion of sustainable development practices. The research made use of the qualitative research methodology and followed the inductive a ...
  4. The use of environmental learning support materials to mediate learning in outcomes-based education : a case study in an Eastern Cape school
    Nduna, Nomalungelo Rosement, 2003
    Educational transformation and curriculum reform within the new South African Outcomes Based Education (OBE) system has introduced new roles for teachers, and a focus on environmental learning within each learning area. In an OBE system, teachers are required to mediate learning, develop learning pr ...
  5. The use of environmental learning support materials to mediate learning in outcomes-based education: a case study in an Eastern Cape school
    Nduna, Nomalungelo Rosement, 2004, Rhodes University
    Educational transformation and curriculum reform within the new South African Outcomes Based Education (OBE) system has introduced new roles for teachers, and a focus on environmental learning within each learning area. In an OBE system, teachers are required to mediate learning, develop learning pr ...
  6. The use of enzyme supplementation for wheat-barley diets in poultry as a means of improving productive performance.
    No author, 2011-01-17T07:55:48Z
    The objective of the study was to evaluate the effect of an exogenous multi-blend enzyme ( -glucanase and xylanase) on the performance of the broiler chickens and laying hens fed diets based on wheat and barley. Experiments were conducted on a flock of broilers and two flocks of laying hens. In both ...
  7. The use of enzymes for increased aroma formation in wine
    Stidwell, Tanya Gwendryth, 2012-08-27T11:35:04Z, Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University
    Thesis (MSc)--University of Stellenbosch, 2001. ...
  8. The use of ephedrine and camphor in asymmetric Diels-Alder reactions.
    Kriel, Karina Nicole., 2012-07-18T11:23:39Z
    Due to the ever increasing demand for the production of enantiopure drugs and biologically active compounds, the study of asymmetric synthesis and the production of more efficient and cost effective methods of obtaining chiral compounds suggests that there are expanding opportunities for Organic Che ...
  9. The use of ergogenic aids in cyclists
    Hansen, Ashleigh, 2014, University of Cape Town
    Includes abstract. ...
  10. The use of ethnicity as a factor for demarcating municipalities: the case of Malamulele and Vuwani communities.
    Mokgopo, Tshehledi Isaac, 2018-03-07T09:49:40Z, University of the Western Cape
    Magister Legum - LLM (Public Law and Jurisprudence) ...