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Living on Durban's fringe : a study of the leisure styles of shack and peri-urban youth.
The study explored the leisure styles of peri-urban youth living on the fringe of the city of Durban. Little is known about the leisure patterns of this marginalised segment of the urban population and an aim of this ...
Communal space construction : the rise and fall of Clairwood and district.
This study documents the emergence of an Indian cultural enclave located on the periphery of the colonial town of Durban, its subsequent rise to a flourishing communal space by the mid twentieth century, and its decline ...
Assessment of the permeability of Vryheid formation sediments.
Permeability is that physical property of a porous medium that controls the flow of fluids through that medium. The flow of methane and water may be induced by the excavation of a mine opening in methane-bearing strata. ...
Mechanisms of sill and dyke intrusion.
Mechanisms of sill and dyke intrusion require an understanding of fracture growth,stress distributions and intensities, dilation,intrusion rates, hydraulic pressure,host-rock effects,en echelon fracture arrays,and flow ...
The petrology and geochemistry of the Merensky reef in the Rustenburg area.
Four Merensky reef underground exposures of different reef thickness, representative of the lithological variations exposed in mining, have been drilled and mapped. The relationship of the Merensky reef to the underlying ...
Rethinking society and space : neighbourhood, locality and region in a changing South Africa.
Abstract available in pdf file.
Some ecophysiological aspects of cashew (Anacardium occidentale L) with emphasis on possible flower manipulation in Maputaland.
There has been interest in developing a cashew industry in Maputaland, the far north-eastern corner of Natal/KwaZulu. Flowering and fruit development coincide with a rainy period, with accompanying serious flower diseases ...
The stratigraphy of the Natal Group.
Research for this project involved the first systematic field and laboratory investigation over the entire known portion of the Natal Group depositional basin, from just north of Hlabisa in the north, to Hibberdene in the ...