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  • Onatu, G.O.; Mbinza, Z. (Proceedings 6th Built Environment Conference, )
    Purpose: The principal argument in this research is based on the fact that statistical data are very necessary for the formulation of policy and planning to target informal settlement challenge. Quantitative data is ...
  • Nel, Andrè; Clarke, Willem; Shumbwanyabwe, Mbuyu (IIMC International Information Management Corporation, )
    Access to information through telecentres is essential for social and economical growth in rural areas of sub-Saharan Africa. While many governments have established telecentres as means of bridging the increasingly wide ...
  • Ramdass, Kem (Tomorrow People Organisation, )
    There is a major emphasis on the education of the South African people to become responsible, participatory and reflective citizens that contribute to an emerging democracy. However, the government of SA is faced with many ...
  • Buckley, Sheryl; Giannakopoulos, Paul (Academic Publishing Ltd., )
    In a knowledge economy, knowledge, the way it is shared and created and the way these actions are managed could lead to either a competitive advantage and the organisation can flourish or be the demise of the organisation ...
  • Muzenda, Edison (International Conference on Innovations in Chemical Engineering and Medical Sciences, )
    Gas chromatographic detector types and application, as well carrier gas flow rate and column hold-up measurements are discussed in this paper. The flame ionization and hot wire detectors are discussed in detail. The ...
  • Von Solms, Sebastiaan; Ellefsen, Ian (IIMC International Information Management Corporation, )
    Critical information infrastructure protection is vital for any nation. Many of a country’s critical systems are interconnected via an information infrastructure, such as the Internet. Should the information infrastructure ...
  • Musonda, Innocent; Haupt, Theo C. (Proceedings 6th Built Environment Conference, )
    Purpose: This paper presents a conceptual six factor client H&S culture model referred to as the LIP+3C. The factors leadership, involvement, procedures, commitment, communication and competence were theorised to explain ...
  • Musonda, I.; Haupt, T. (Association of Schools of Construction of Southern Africa, )
    This paper presents the preliminary findings of an exploratory pilot study into the health and safety culture of a public sector client in Botswana with a view to identifying aspects to be included in a larger broad-based ...
  • Du Plessis, L.; Petzer, D. J. (Unpublished, )
    With donations declining as donors become older (Baby Boomers), non-profit organisations (NPOs) are compelled to shift their marketing focus to younger generations (Generation X and Generation Y) if they are to survive ...
  • Saunders, Stephen G.; Petzer, Danie J. (ANZMAC, )
    The act of guarding a car at a public parking space is a common service offered by "car guards" in Southern Africa. The car guard normally relies solely on tips in return for the service given. The objective of this research ...
  • Adriaanse, L.S.; Rensleigh, C.W. (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, )
    Citation tracking and citation analysis is facilitated by making use of online information resources via the Web which specialize in citations and tools for conducting citation analysis. The prolific growth of the online ...
  • Pieterse, Theron (IIMC International Information Management Corporation,, )
    There is a need for small and medium sized companies to cater for the investigation of internal and external computer incidences. This paper proposes a model that includes the important elements a company should have in ...
  • Hemmings, Fred; Pampallis, Andrew (University of Johannesburg, )
    The essence of the research undertaken was to put a NPO, the Florida Swimming Club clearly on the map with regards to developing a strategy for them to capitalise upon in the 2008/2009 swimming season. A number of key ...
  • Bennett, Jhono; Osman, Amira (3rd International Architectural Education Summit - Berlin 2013, )
    This paper aims to present an approach to design thinking and teaching that takes the students and lecturers of design disciplines outside of the studio and university campus into contexts of deep complexity – informal ...
  • Collins, Kathleen (Critical Care : Advancing an Ethic of Care in Theory and Practice Conference, )
    Although political factors affect the situation of care of the homeless worldwide (Schout et al., 2011), in South Africa there are unique factors of the post-apartheid government policies stressing the redress of inequality. ...
  • Gray, Brenden (Visual Identities in Art and Design Research Centre, )
    In 2008 Gerry Human, the chief creative officer of Ogilvy South Africa, was invited to exhibit pieces from his creative career as an alumnus of the University of Johannesburg (the former TWR) at the FADA Gallery. The ironic ...
  • Kabuba, John; Mulaba-Bafubiandi, Antoine; Battle, Kim (World Academy of Science Engineering and Technology (WASET), )
    This paper presents a critical study about the application of Neural Networks to ion-exchange process. Ion exchange is a complex non-linear process involving many factors influencing the ions uptake mechanisms from the ...
  • Murcott, Charles; Du Plessis, Francois; Meyer, Johan (IEEE, )
    This paper presents a critique on previous work in the field of vision aided navigation, particularly in the fusion of visual and inertial sensors for navigation. Several improvements and updates are proposed for the ...
  • Breytenbach, Amanda A (2013 DEFSA Conference: Design Cultures: Encultured Design, )
    In order to save both the planet and the human race, society needs to take action and adopt sustainable practices and approaches. The embedded modes of operations and encultured human behavi ...
  • Berman, Kim (The Design Education Forum of Southern Africa (www.defsa.org.za), )
    Cultural Action for Change began in 2000 as a joining of artists, educators, and student-researchers to assess sustainability and address the impact of HIV within Phumani Paper; a government-funded poverty alleviation ...

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