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  1. The South African anaphora: the development of the anaphora of the South African Eucharistic rite
    Hinchliff, Peter Bingham, 1958, Rhodes University
    The Prayer Book of the Church of England reached South Africa as a part of the establishment of the British Administration at the Cape. In its new environment it obviously required some revision. The Book of 1662 reflected the political and social conditions of its time. lt was designed for a Church ...
  2. The interrelatedness of book selection and censorship in public libraries with special reference to the position in the Republic of South Africa
    Sales, Digby Alexander Wollaston, 1981, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography: leaves 214-243. ...
  3. E-book usage in academic libraries: does the research indicate it is a tame solution or wicked problem ?
    Wilkin, Shelley, 2015-05-28T12:19:50Z, University of Cape Town
    Includes bibliographical references. ...
  4. Comparing linear and non-linear benchmarks of exchange rate forecasting
    Retief, Stefan Johan, 2014-06-10
    M.Com. (Financial Economics) ...
  5. Open-book assessment in the qualifying examination of South African chartered accountants
    Du Preez, Hanneke, 2013-09-07T12:52:09Z
    The global financial environment is constantly and rapidly shifting. This has resulted in changes to the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). In support of the developments in the global business environment and the swift changes in IFRS, the local financial regulators have had to fol ...
  6. An African perspective on poverty provebs in the book of proverbs : an analysis for transformational possibilities
    Kimilike, Lechion Peter, 2009-08-25T11:02:55Z
    An African Perspective on Poverty Proverbs in the Book of Proverbs: An Analysis for Transformational Possibilities. This thesis contributes to the emerging global scholarly discussion on prioritising the practical relevance of biblical interpretation, particularly in Africa. Taking poverty as a case ...
  7. The peculiar judgment on God"s people with special reference to the Book of Judges.
    Ingram, Everette Wayne., 2012-08-29T09:51:36Z
    The motif of judgment pervades the Hebrew bible and it is generally accepted that one of the functions of deity is judgment. Within the Book of Judges, this motif logically surfaces through the various pericopes describing premonarchic Israel. The prologue to the book includes paradigmatic formulae ...
  8. An assessment of the marketing capabilities of trade book publishers in South Africa
    Willis, Catherine Jean, 2017-02-02T09:17:21Z
    A research report submitted to the Faculty of Humanities, School of Literature, Language and Media in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of M.A Publishing Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand, 2016 ...
  9. The relative value relevance of book values, operating cash flows, EVA and earnings: A South African perspective
    Muzhingi, Taurai, 2019-02-04T11:21:18Z, University of Cape Town
    Most investors would want to know what is included in the price of a share and how far accounting data explain the share price. This study uses the most common measures of financial performance to measure what is explained by the share price. Most analyst briefings use these financial performance me ...
  10. Heerskappy van God as eskatologiese motif : enkele belangrike aspekte in die boek Openbaring
    Theron, Hendrik Schalk, 1928-, 2015-01-23T04:24:20Z
    Text in Afrikaans ...