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  1. Vital force as a triangulated concept of nature and s(S)prit
    Nalwamba, Kuzipa, 2017-06-28T13:38:02Z, University of Pretoria
    The study investigates the African notion of be-ing1, termed "vital force". The enchanted (spiritually imbued) African understanding of reality lends the concept to appropriation as a pneumatic appropriation. That vital force is fundamentally understood as the principle of (all of) life in African t ...
  2. How vital is the voice? The use of vocal activities in group music therapy with institutionalised individuals with Cerebral Palsy in providing opportunities for self-expression and social interaction
    Cumming, Marie-Victoire, MMus, 2012-10-31, University of Pretoria
    This research study explores how the use of a selection of vocal activities in group music therapy may provide institutionalised individuals with CP opportunities for self-expression and social interaction. In addition, the manner in which self-expression is related to social interaction, in this co ...
  3. How vital is the voice? The use of vocal activities in group music therapy with institutionalised individuals with Cerebral Palsy in providing opportunities for self-expression and social interaction
    Cumming, Marie-Victoire, 2013-09-07T14:54:37Z
    This research study explores how the use of a selection of vocal activities in group music therapy may provide institutionalised individuals with CP opportunities for self-expression and social interaction. In addition, the manner in which self-expression is related to social interaction, in this co ...
  4. Vital threats to human security in Southern Africa : the regional ramifications of the public health crisis in Zimbabwe
    Mtero, Shingirai, 2013, Rhodes University
    The southern African region is beset with numerous security concerns: pervasive poverty, deepening inequality, starvation, contamination of essential natural resources, violent crime and state oppression. However, the most vital of the region’s security concerns in the 21st century is the spread of ...
  5. Vitalis en verteller: "n ondersoek na aspekte van die romankuns van Gerard Walschap
    Vaughan , F E M, 1981, Rhodes University
    In "n hoofstuk getiteld In het teken van het persoonlijkheidsideaal in sy werk De Vlaamse Letterkunde van 1780 tot Heden bespreek R F Lissens die wegeb van die "expressionistische getij met die dood van Van Ostaijen, en die onvermoë van die roman om - op enkele min of meer geslaagde voorbeelde na - ...
  6. Vitalistic information systems in the South African public health system : a transactional analysis perspective
    Uys, Walter F, 2008, University of Cape Town
    Includes bibliographical references. ...
  7. Vitalistic information systems in the South African public health system : a transactional analysis perspective
    Uys, Walter F, 2014-07-31T12:17:18Z, University of Cape Town
    Includes bibliographical references. ...
  8. VITALITE Zambia Ltd.: The intersection of solar energy technology and mobile money in Zambia
    Perumal, Vimendree, 2017-09-14T12:17:09Z, University of Cape Town
    Energy access remains limited within Zambia, a country with a large proportion of low-income and rural households. However, this limitation has resulted in innovative solar-based technology and has led to the launch of many social enterprises. One such enterprise is VITALITE Zambia Limited, which is ...
  9. Vitality square - creating a healthy environment in the Pretoria CBD
    Verster, Alet, MArch(Prof), 2010-07-16, University of Pretoria
    This thesis deals with the creation of holistically healthy environments in an urban context. The Pretoria Central Business District (CBD) is the focus area, as this is where many people spend their working hours in offices. This thesis proposes a vitality centre where healthy environments and heal ...