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Spatio-temporal dynamics of heterogeneously distributed populations.
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Assessing banking services for women working in the informal economy : the case of the Mzansi account.
Rutherford's research demonstrates that "the poor can save, do save, and want to save money" (Rutherford, 1999: 7). Furthermore, if given a formal bank account this correlates with the poor being more likely to save (Porteous ...
Land use analysis using GIS : a case study of Richards Bay Minerals' Zulti South mining lease area.
The past centuries have been marked with massive land conversions from one land use category, usually natural vegetation, to another. The forces that drive these land use changes are complex and poorly understood. However, ...
An investigation into the promotion opportunities for women educators in the KwaZulu Department of Education and Culture with particular reference to high schools in Umlazi.
In education women outnumber men as teachers, but the top positions are almost entirely dominated by men. Shakeshaft (1987:20), using data collected for education systems in the United States of America noted that ...
Stress, post-traumatic stress disorder and coping mechanisms amongst correctional officers : and exploratory study.
Correctional services are viewed as a high-risk profession, given the exposure to violence and other stressors that characterises the work. These factors contribute to occupational stress and the possible development of ...
Assessing soil erosion associated with main roads in south-eastern South Africa.
Construction of linear infrastructure such as roads is increasing worldwide for the provision of efficient transportation of both humans and commodities. However, roads have been widely recognised as significant causes of ...
An evaluation of the use of organic amandments to ameliorate aluminium toxicity and phosphorus deficiency in an acid soil.
The effects of the additions of some commonly-available organic residues to an acid, P-deficient soil (typical of those used by small-scale farmers in KwaZulu-Natal) on soil pH, exchangeable and soil solution AI, P ...
The effects of biblical and cultural patriarchy on the lives of married Damara women in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the Republic of Namibia (ELCRN)
This study aims to analyse the links between patriarchy in the bible, the Damara culture, and the ecclesiological practices of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Namibia (ELCN). Using empirical research (interviews) and ...