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  • Botha, Annelize Susan (1992)
    This was the first study on aquatic nematodes from the Kruger National Park. Samples were taken more or less randomly over a period of two years from the four main rivers in the park, viz. the Crocodile, Sabie, Olifants ...
  • Hamilton, Lawrence (2011-08-16)
    South Africans are not yet free. In this paper I hope to convince you that this is the case and show you why. I shall do so by considering the relation between freedom, power and group representation in South Africa. In ...
  • Ndlela, Emmanuel N. (2013)
    This is a study in political philosophy. It defends the following thesis: where there is poverty there is a lack of power and thus a lack of freedom. It does not follow from this that a life of wealth is a life of freedom ...
  • Tasker, Audrey Rita (1986)
    The motivation for this study is the idea that ceramic objects reveal processes of thought and action, form and function, within set parameters. These parameters involved the idea of harmony and balance within a piece of ...
  • Sibanda, Vennan; Mhlanga, Samson; Mbohwa, Charles; Goriwondo, William M.; Pretorius, Jan-Harm C. (International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE'2013), )
    A railway organisation is designed to provide economies of scale in a country’s freight traffic system and it is on this understanding that a need has been observed to prompt a design for a Freight Traffic Planning and ...
  • Wee, Clifford Keith (2005-06)
    This research was undertaken because I, the practitioner researcher being the head of the Glenview Adult Education Centre in the Ekurhuleni West district – Gauteng, was concerned about the high failure and low pass ...
  • Godwin, Denise Ann
  • McMullin, Gareth
    Although the technology of integrated passives in power electronics has been receiving a lot of attention recently, behavior prediction of these integrated passive structures is still not on an acceptable level for ...
  • Shen, Yike (2001-09)
    There have been two rather distinct approaches to the analysis of time series: the time domain approach and frequency domain approach. The former is exemplified by the work of Quenouille (1957), Durbin (1960), Box and ...
  • MacDonald, Elaine Rosemary (2010)
    Ofthe many paintings in Pompeii, the frescoes in the Villa of the Mysteries are an example of the most beautiful and the most intriguing. These fascinating images have become the focus of much scholarly research and ...
  • Grobbelaar, Pieter Willem (1989)
    Although Freudian theory traditionally constitutes one of the most important approaches to psychotherapy, it has also generated much criticism from different scientific perspectives. An attempt is made in this study to ...
  • Akinlabi, Esther T.; Akinlabi, Stephen A. (IAENG, )
    Butt welds of aluminium alloy and copper alloy were produced by Friction Stir Welding by varying the feed rate and keeping all other parameters constant. The final weld matrix was composed of welds produced by a constant ...
  • Mubiayi., Mukuna P. (Proceedings of the World Congress on Engineering, )
    Friction Stir Welding (FSW) is a solid state welding process used for welding similar and dissimilar materials. The process is widely used because it produces sound welds and does not have common problems such ...
  • Akinlabi, Esther T.; Akinlabi, Stephen A. (Proceedings of the International MultiConference of Engineers and Computer Scientists, )
    This paper reports the results of statistical analysis conducted on the weld data obtained from friction stir welding of aluminium and copper. The welds were produced by varying the process parameters; the rotational ...
  • Akinlabi, Esther T.; Akinlabi, Stephen A.
    Friction Stir Welding (FSW) is a solid state welding process invented and patented by The Welding Institute (TWI) in the United Kingdom in 1991 for butt and lap welding of metals and plastics. This paper highlights the ...
  • Adno, Laura (1998)
    This qualitative, phenomenological study focuses on the friendships of domestic workers' children, between Grades Four to Seven, in a local urban school. Different aspects of these friendships are explored. Friendship ...
  • Pretorius, Chris (1997-09)
    Fringe benefits in all its different understandings and debates is discussed in this research, in accordance with the Income Tax Act, Act 58 of 1962 (hereafter called the Act). The research is restricted to the provisions ...
  • Van der Bank, Herman
    South Africa is a signatory of the convention on biological diversity, in which three levels (genetic, species and ecological) are addressed. My field of research is mainly on the first level mentioned. Genetic data is ...
  • Maphangwa, Shonisani (2010)
    In this research, I examine whether cultural meanings embedded in original sixteenth to eighteenth century Dutch lace and Shweshwe fabric, as examples of colonial forms, are transformed through selected processes. With ...
  • Rostowsky, Ingrid Lisa (1998-07)
    Prisons in the South African context are considered to be places of correction for deviant individuals. The perception of the functioning of a correctional space is the correction of a particular type of functioning and ...

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