• Nature of military geography 

      Bezuidenhout, Jacques (Stellenbosch University, Faculty of Military Science (Military Academy), 2012)
      The author presents a review of the book " Modern Military Geography" edited by Francis A. Galgano and Eugene J. Palka (2011), about the relationship between geography and military conflict.
    • The need for progress in an era of transformation : South African professional military education and military effectiveness 

      Esterhuyse, Abel; Mokoena, Benjamin (Centre for Security Governance, 2018-04-20)
      The article explores the link between defence sector reform, military effectiveness, and education. During the post-1994 transition, defence sector reform in South Africa primarily involved the ‘transformation’ of the South ...
    • New developments in fluid mechanics and its engineering applications 

      Makinde, Oluwole Daniel; Khan, Waqar Ahmed; Chinyoka, Tirivanhu (Hindawi, 2013)
      Fluid mechanics is an active field of research with many unsolved or partially solved problems in science and engineering. Fluid mechanics can be mathematically complex. Sometimes the problems can best be solved by ...
    • New interventions and sustainable solutions : reappraising illegal artisanal mining in South Africa 

      Mkhize, Mbekezeli Comfort (University of Cape Town, Centre of Criminology, 2018)
      Despite being recognised as a significant contributor in the South African economy, the mining industry is riddled with illegal mining activities. Though it remains difficult to precisely measure the extent of the activities ...
    • Nonlinear fluid flow and heat transfer 

      Makinde, O. D.; Moitsheki, R. J.; Jana, R. N.; Bradshaw-Hajek, B. H.; Khan, W. A. (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2014-06-24)
      No abstract.
    • On Strategy: Stategic theory and contemporary African armed conflicts 

      Vrey, Francois; Mandrup, Thomas; Esterhuyse, Abel (SUN MeDIA Stellenbosch, 2010)
      The conference theme On strategy: Strategic theory and contemporary African armed conflicts, jointly presented by Stellenbosch University in South Africa and the faculty of the Royal Danish Defence College, attempts to ...
    • Optimal control and cost effectiveness analysis for Newcastle disease eco-epidemiological model in Tanzania 

      Hugo, Alfred; Makinde, Oluwole Daniel; Kumar, Santosh; Chibwana, Fred F. (Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group, 2017)
      In this paper, a deterministic compartmental eco- epidemiological model with optimal control of Newcastle disease (ND) in Tanzania is proposed and analysed. Necessary conditions of optimal control problem were rigorously ...
    • Optimal control of HIV/AIDS in the workplace in the presence of careless individuals 

      Seidu, Baba; Makinde, Oluwole D. (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2014-06-26)
      A nonlinear dynamical system is proposed and qualitatively analyzed to study the dynamics of HIV/AIDS in the workplace. The disease-free equilibrium point of the model is shown to be locally asymptotically stable if the ...
    • Optimal objective achievement via balance of control 

      Pienaar, Gideon Johannes (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2002-10)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Organisations need assurance that strategy is executed as planned and objectives are met, when matching organisational capabilities with the opportunities in the market. Control can give management ...
    • Paradigm shifts, South African Defence Policy and the South African National Defence Force : from here to where? 

      Vrey, Francois (Stellenbosch University, Faculty of Military Science (Military Academy), 2004)
      Elements of Kuhn's theory on scientific revolutions and its applicability to the political domain also promote explanations of military change. In this regard, changes in the South African defence realm during the past ...
    • Peace support in Africa : potential contribution and roles of the South African Navy 

      Thiart, Theunis Johannes Daniel (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2010-12)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: The South African Navy (SAN) was created after the First World War as an indigenous naval capability for South Africa was deemed necessary. Its roles and responsibilities through the years have depended ...
    • Perceptions of the impact of HIV/AIDS on the operational capability of the infantry section 

      Van Niekerk, Paul Michael (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2004-12)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: HIV/AIDS is spreading through Africa in epidemic proportions. Hundreds and thousands of people are infected on a daily basis. This pandemic destroys the emotional and physical strength of individuals. ...
    • A proposed typology of the military bully 

      Kalamdien, Donovan; Lawrence, Audrey (Stellenbosch University, Faculty of Military Science (Military Academy), 2017)
      Workplace bullying is a pervasive problem faced by organisations globally. Although progress has been made in augmenting our understanding of the phenomenon within diverse work settings, the military remains one work ...
    • Pursuing human security in Africa through developmental peace missions : ambitious construct or feasible ideal? 

      Olivier, Laetitia (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2008-12)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: This thesis explores the feasibility of the concept Developmental Peace Missions (DPMs). It seeks to answer the question whether DPMs is an ambitious construct or a feasible ideal and whether DPMs could ...
    • Pursuing human security in Africa through developmental peace missions : ambitious construct or feasible ideal? 

      Olivier, Laetitia; Neethling, Theo; Mokoena, Benjamin (Stellenbosch University, Faculty of Military Science (Military Academy), 2009)
      Pursuing human security through Developmental Peace Missions: Ambitious construct or feasible ideal? appears at a time when the continent of Africa is wrought by conflict, internal unrest and not-so-civil war, compelling ...
    • Recce : small team missions behind enemy lines 

      Jordaan, Evert (Stellenbosch University, Faculty of Military Science (Military Academy), 2015)
      Recce: Small team missions behind enemy lines is an autobiography by Colonel (retired) Koos Stadler. The book mainly covers his career as a Special Forces officer and reconnaissance soldier during South Africa’s so-called ...
    • Recording the Great War : military archives and the South African official history programme, 1914-1939 

      Van der Waag, Ian (Stellenbosch University. Faculty of Military Science (Military Academy), 2016)
      The First World War marked a revolt against the traditional mode of official history as conceived and written by the General Staffs and taught at the Staff Colleges. After 1918, the publics in various countries, having ...
    • Rise and fall of Jacob Zuma 

      Shubin, Vladimir (Brazilian Centre for Strategy & International Relations, 2018)
      In May 2014 I suddenly received a telephone call from the South African Embassy in Moscow, then an official invitation signed by Jacob Zuma followed: he wanted me to be present at his second inauguration. Unfortunately I ...
    • The role and application of the Union Defence Force in the suppression of internal unrest, 1912-1945 

      Fokkens, Andries Marius (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2006-12)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: The use of military force to suppress internal unrest has been an integral part of South African history. The European colonisation of South Africa from 1652 was facilitated by the use of force. Boer ...
    • Russia's Heroes 1941-45/Albert Axell 

      Liebenberg, Ian (Stellenbosch University, Faculty of Military Science (Military Academy), 2011)
      It is seldom that one comes across a work where history-writing and qualitative research meet succinctly. Add to this an author who communicates crisply and relates real-life narratives that capture and hold the reader’s ...