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Schizophrenia-window-of-hope.com: Development of a psycho-educational internet resource for the South African setting
Psycho-educational programmes for families of persons with schizophrenia have been shown to reduce relapse rates, subsequently reducing the burden on the family as well as health care systems. Although various South African ...
INH preventive therapy (IPT) in HIV-infected south African children
HIV-infected children have a high risk of acquiring tuberculosis. The World Health Organization (WHO) has released isoniazid preventive therapy (IPT) recommendations for adults and children living with HIV, based on efficacy ...
When is a species not a species? Uncoupled phenotypic, karyotypic and genotypic divergence in two species of South African laminate-toothed rats (Murinae: Otomyini)
Chromosomal polytypy, morphological conservatism and absence of data have frustrated the taxonomic revision of two species of southern African-endemic laminate-toothed rats (Otomys irroratus and Otomys saundersiae s.l.). ...
Sprachenpolitik und die Rolle der Fremdsprachen (Deutsch) in Südafrika
(Open Journal Systems, 2009)
Taking multilingualism in South Africa into account, this paper investigates language policy, language usage and the role of foreign languages, especially German, within the context of processes of transformation at ...
The Department of Surgery: Stellenbosch University
[No abstract available]
From Lord’s to the Union: The imperial foundations of South African cricket
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2009-12)
Readers of the right sherry vintage will remember the unsavoury 1968 clash between the Union Buildings and Lord’s Cricket Ground. Basil d’Oliviera, the prominent coloured South African cricketer who features in this ...
The International Year of Chemistry and South Africa
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2011-04)
2011 promises an exciting programme to raise the profile of chemistry in the country.
The great changing room of colour and class
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2010-08)
Reflecting on the issue of winning and losing in a chapter on sport in his 2005 work entitled, The angry island: Hunting the English, the acerbic Scottish writer, A.A. Gill, makes two acute observations, both of which ...
The Memories and Mythologies of South Africa’s Great War
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2009-06)
For those who start them, wars are almost always an illusion, in the sense that the conflict with which they end up is rarely the contest which they had imagined at the beginning. In forcing war upon South Africa’s ...
Sharp-nosed at Sharpeville
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2012-02)
Vereeniging, a drab and sooty industrial spot south of Johannesburg, was the spot where the British and the Boers signed the peace treaty of May 1902 which ended the South African War and paved the way to the first New ...