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  • An early career in the military: A developmental-contextual perspective 

    Kotze, M. E.; Duvenhage, A. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 1999)
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  • An easy and low cost option for economic statistical process control using Excel 

    van Deventer, P.J.U.; Manna, Z.G. (Open Journal Systems, 2009)
    In this paper, a user-friendly, Excel program is developed to search for the optimal values of the parameters in minimizing the total cost function in both economic and economic statistical designs of the X-control chart. ...

  • Economic aspects of pipeline transport: A South African perspective 

    Pienaar, W. J. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2009-06)
    Pipeline transport is unique among modes of transport in that the pipe, which facilitates freight movement, is both the way and the vehicle, and it is permanently connected to terminals, which facilitate freight storage. ...

  • Editorial 

    van Vuuren, J.H. (Open Journal Systems, 2007)
    This first issue of ORiON Volume 23 contains six interesting operational research papers ranging from methodological topics and applications in linear and goal programming as well as graph/network theory to potential ...

  • Editorial 

    van Vuuren, J.H. (Open Journal Systems, 2006)
    This first issue of ORiON Volume 22 contains seven operational research papers, six of which deal with interesting applications (ranging from safely routing ships through a minefield and formulating optimal fishing and ...

  • Editorial 

    van Vuuren, J.H. (Open Journal Systems, 2005-06)
    This first issue of Volume 21 of ORiON contains six papers that vary considerably in nature, ranging from topics in stochastic & deterministic optimisation, and vehicle routing & network theory to topics in discrete event ...

  • Editorial 

    van Vuuren, J.H. (Open Journal Systems, 2004-12)
    The quality and range of topics of the five papers contained in this issue of ORiON will again surely provide something of interest and use to all the tastes of operations researchers in Southern Africa.

  • Editorial 

    Van der Waag, I. J. (Open Journal Systems, 1997)
    Militaria has indeed seen many changes since the first issue appeared in 1969. Since then, it has been a mainstay in the debate on matters relating to South African military affairs. Oscillating between a military-history ...

  • Editorial 

    van Vuuren, J.H. (Open Journal Systems, 2006)
    This second issue of ORiON Volume 22 contains three interesting operational research papers that are very different in nature — one on a new volatility measurement capable of dealing with all the characteristics present ...

  • Editorial 

    van Vuuren, J.H. (Open Journal Systems, 2004)
    This volume contains ten exciting papers varying considerably in topic and in nature, as one has come to expect from an Operations Research journal. In fact, the bulk of the papers were such that the volume is published ...

  • Editorial 

    van Vuuren, J.H. (Open Journal Systems, 2005)
    This second issue of ORiON Volume 21 contains seven interesting operational research papers ranging from applications in election seat allocation and image recognition to applications in inventory theory and the wood ...

  • Editorial 

    van Vuuren, J.H. (Open Journal Systems, 2007)
    This second issue of ORiON Volume 23 contains five interesting operational research papers, ranging considerably in nature from a practical special case study and stochastic inventory models to statistical analyses and ...

  • Editorial 

    Van der Waag, I. J. (Open Journal Systems, 1998)
    In September 1998 the Faculty of Military Science, University of Stellenbosch (Military Academy) in association with the Institute for Security Studies hosted a conference in commemoration of the first fifty years of United ...

  • Education and training need the involvement of all levels of government 

    Cherry, Micheal (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2011-08)
    Education and training – including a growing need now for so-called ‘further education’, ‘skills development’ and ‘adult education’ – rank amongst South Africa’s highest priorities, with an overall national budget approaching ...

  • Eerder anders as elders: Gerrie Snyman se bydrae in die konteks van die Gereformeerde teologie 

    van Deventer, Hans J.M. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2010-06-02)
    Prof Gerrie Snyman’s book Om die Bybel anders te lees: ‘n etiek van Bybellees (2007) attracted considerable attention in Afrikaans-speaking reformed circles in South Africa. In this article, some of the responses to and ...

  • An Effective Scheduling Scheme for Lift Clubs 

    van Wijck, W. (Open Journal Systems, 1998)
    This paper describes a formula for scheduling the day-to-day operation of a lift club. The formula is remarkably simple, and can easily be implemented on a spreadsheet. It is also extremely flexible and can cater for ...

  • Efficient heuristics for the Rural Postman Problem 

    Groves, G.W.; van Vuuren, J.H. (Open Journal Systems, 2005)
    A local search framework for the (undirected) Rural Postman Problem (RPP) is presented in this paper. The framework allows local search approaches that have been applied successfully to the well–known Travelling Salesman ...

  • Empowerment of the laity at congregational level: a case study of the Nkhoma CCAP congregation 

    Msangaambe, C.E.J.; Hendriks, H.J. (Open Journal Systems, 2011)
    This case study answers the question: What should be done in the Malawian Church to lead the laity and lay leadership towards a holistic ministry relevant to the contemporary situation in an effort to develop congregations ...

  • Enhancing knowledge retention in higher education: A case of the University of Zambia 

    Wamundila, Sitali; Ngulube, Patrick (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2011)
    The purpose of this study was to investigate how knowledge retention may be enhanced at the University of Zambia (UNZA). A quantitative case study design employing a triangulation of data collection methods was used. Data ...

  • Enriching diets for childhood mental and physical development 

    Kruger, H.S.; Labadarios, D.L.; Dhansay, M.A. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2001)
    Malnutrition is a public health problem in South Africa, especially among rural black children. Intakes below 67% of the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) are common for calcium, iron, zinc, selenium, vitamin A, C, D, ...