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Somewhere in the double rainbow : representations of bisexuality in post-apartheid novels.
This thesis examines the middle ground between dual strands of sexuality/gender and race/ethnicity, which I refer to metaphorically as a fluid space of possibility between the rainbows of the pride flag, which celebrates ...
Host induced microevolution of ESX secretion systems of M. Tuberculosis.
The ESX family of genes (esxA-W) in Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) encodes 23 effector molecules influencing immunogenicity and pathogenicity. This study was aimed at identifying and evaluating variations in ESX sequence ...
An exploratory study of the position accorded to the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) by business in Gauteng Province.
No abstract available.
The potential of hyperspectral remote sensing in determining water turbidity as a water quality indicator.
Globally, water turbidity remains a crucial parameter in determining water quality. South Africa is largely regarded as arid and is often characterised by limited but high intensity rainfall. This characteristic renders ...
Quality teaching and learning in rural primary school : how teachers and school managers manage with quality teaching and learning in three rural primary schools in KwaZulu-Natal.
This research presents an understanding of the experiences of school managers and teachers who manage evaluate teaching and learning in rural primary schools. In documenting their experiences I composed an analytical ...
A proposed model for micro-credit : the individual loans programme - the Foundation for International Community Assistance, Durban.
"Give poor communities the opportunity, and then get out of the way" Philosophy of FINCA Research has shown that in the provision of financial services to the poor there are two highly distinct approaches. The one considered ...
The strategy development process at Walter Sisulu University : implications from a complexity theory perspective.
The study was about the strategy development process at Walter Sisulu University from a complexity theory perspective as an underlying theoretical framework. The complexity theory was used to draw implications for strategy ...
The relative influence of local and landscape processes on the structure of insectivorous bat ensembles in urban nature reserves.
Urbanization is arguably the most damaging and rapidly expanding threat to biodiversity. The process of urbanization results in the fragmentation of natural habitat into patches that are disjunct and isolated from one ...
The origin and geomorphological significance of earth mounds in the Mkhuze wetlands, KwaZulu-Natal.
The study sheds light on the occurrence and development of earth mounds in the Mkhuze Wetlands, KwaZulu-Natal. It compares this system with the Okavango Delta. The conceptual model developed by Ellery and co-workers for ...
A study of the philosophy and practice in the education of the South African Hindu.
Abstract not supplied.