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Post-traumatic and post-modern : a South African "Electra".
(University of Stellenbosch., 2009)
The ancient myth of Electra seems to be of particular interest to South African writers and playwrights. This article focuses on the adaptation by Mervyn McMurtry, entitled Electra, which was produced in Durban in 2000. ...
Strengthening HIV services for pregnant women: an opportunity to reduce maternal mortality rates in Southern Africa/Sub-Saharan Africa.
Reliable data from South Africa emanating from WHO recommendations for the Safe Motherhood programme underscores HIV/AIDS as the most common cause of maternal deaths. The strengthening of HIV services for pregnant women ...
Sustainability of task-shifting for antiretroviral treatment.
No abstract available.
Influence of the degree of waste pre-treatment on carbon emissions' production and nature.
This study was carried out to gain knowledge of the degradation processes in an anaerobic environment of pre-treated waste for different degrees of pre-treatment and the evolution of waste pre-treatment by forced aeration. ...
A comparative study of the perceived stress, coping strategies and the general health of the middle managers and workers.
Three questionnaires were administered to 75 workers and 75 middle managers in the Durban-based Portnet business unit of Transnet. The aims of this administration were the following: * to establish whether there is any ...
Effects of management practices on soil organic matter content, soil microbial activity and diversity in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands.
The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of land use and management practice on the soil organic matter content and the size, activity and diversity of the microbial biomass. These effects were investigated ...
The valley of the kings.
Abstract not available.
Some aspects of biological control of seed storage fungi.
Under storage conditions of ambient temperature and relative humidity in South Africa, seed-associated mycoflora proliferates. Fusarium moniliforme is ubiquitous in newly-harvested maize, persisting for variable periods ...
Teacher evaluation as perceived by KwaZulu secondary school teachers (with reference to Mehlwesizwe Circuit)
Teacher evaluation is a management tool for all educational organisations as it is used to research information on teacher performance. Information on teacher performance is important in the decision making process regarding ...