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    • Factor rings of the Gaussian integers 

      Patterson, Cody (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2004)
      Whereas the homomorphic images of Z (the ring of integers) are well known, namely Z, {0} and Zn (the ring of integers modulo n), the same is not true for the homomorphic images of Z[i] (the ring of Gaussian integers). ...

    • Fairness of seat allocation methods in proportional representation 

      van Eck, L.; Visagie, Stephan E.; de Kock, H.C. (Open Journal Systems, 2005)
      In this paper the fairness of some methods of allocating seats in a proportional representation (PR) voting system is investigated. Different PR systems are in use throughout the democratic world, but the primary focus ...

    • Fast-tracking the literacy development in street children: a reading and writing project for street children 

      Nathanson, R. (Stellenbosch university, 2009)
      The Education for All Global Monitoring Report 2007 revealed that seventy-seven million children of primary school age are not enrolled in schools. Furthermore, despite continued reforms at the primary level, too many ...

    • A field guide or a handbook? 

      Cherry, Micheal I. (AOSIS OpenJournal, 2011)
      Thirty years ago, on an honours field trip, I was introduced to Neville Passmore’s and Vincent Carruthers’ excellent new book, South African frogs.1 For me at least, this was a fortunate introduction: four years later, ...

    • Fireforce - One man's war in the Rhodesian Light Infantry 

      Van der Waag-Cowling, N. (Open Journal Systems, 1998)
      "They have the faces of boys but they fight like lions" The history of the Rhodesian Light Infantry is an illustrious one. The RLI produced many of the senior brass who led the Rhodesian Army including Gen Peter Walls. It ...

    • Foraging strategies of coexisting lacertid lizards in the arid Tankwa Karoo Basin of South Africa 

      Du Plessis, I. J.; Mouton, P. Le F.N. (Open Journal Systems, 2012-04)
      Four lacertid lizards, Pedioplanis laticeps, P. lineo-ocellata, Meroles knoxii and Nucras tessellata, occur sympatrically on the arid plains of the Tankwa Karoo Basin in South Africa. The aim of this study was to evaluate ...

    • Fording the Amazon 

      Nasson, Bill (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2010-06)
      In 1928, with the Wall Street Crash and the start of the Great Depression only a year away, prospects for the Ford Motor Company still looked rosy. Henry Ford’s celebrated Model T had been a major success. His firm’s new ...

    • Forgiveness for the sake of YHWH's Name (Ps 25:11) 

      O' Kennedy, D. F. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2008)
      This article investigates the concept of divine forgiveness as illustrated in Psalm 25, especially verse 11. Psalm 25:11 is one of only four references in the Psalms where the Hebrew stem םלה (forgive is found). Scholars ...

    • From Fast to Feast: A ritual-liturgical exploration of reconciliation in South African cultural contexts 

      Pieterse, Hennie J.C. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2009-11-25)
      Cas Wepener is a brilliant and committed young liturgist. This book is based on his doctoral thesis in the Afrikaans language (Stellenbosch University 2004), roughly double the length of this published From Fast to Feast, ...

    • From Foreigners to Citizens: Conceptualising Students' Entry into Disciplinary Communities of Practice 

      Young, G.; Kotze, A. (Open Journal Systems, 2009)
      The discipline of Classics, like most other disciplines in Higher Education contexts, faces numerous challenges related to changed national and international expectations. This article argues that in order to meet ...

    • From Lord’s to the Union: The imperial foundations of South African cricket 

      Nasson, Bill (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 ...

    • From the editors 

      Esterhuyse, A.; Liebenberg, I. (Open Journal Systems, 2012)
      An editorial written by the editors of Scientia Militaria, South African Journal of Military Studies, a journal published bi-annually by the Faculty of Military Science of Stellenbosch University, South Africa. It is an ...

    • From the editors 

      Esterhuyse, A.; Liebenberg, I. (Open Journal Systems, 2011)
      This edition of Scientia Militaria, South African Journal of Military Studies, brings three very particular themes together: history, contemporary military operations, and military technology. From a historical perspective, ...

    • From Warfare to Welfare - Human Security in a Southern African Context 

      Du Plessis, I. (Open Journal Systems, 2004)
      It is encouraging to find a valuable contribution to the understanding of the complexities of human security and how it can be integrated with development programmes. This edited book of 118 pages contains an introduction ...

    • From ‘proofs without words’ to ‘proofs that explain’ in secondary mathematics 

      Gierdien, M. F. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2007-06)
      From the mid 1970s onwards in almost every issue of the undergraduate mathematics journals Mathematics Magazine and College Mathematics Journal there is at least one ‘proof without words’ (Nelsen, 1993). A proof without ...

    • Fronto Avus: The Tale of a Grandfather 

      Claassen, J-M. (Open Journal Systems, 2007)
      This paper examines some examples from the correspondence of the secondcentury rhetor, the Romanised African M. Cornelius Fronto, in particular letters that relate to the death of his grandson, drawing conclusions about ...

    • Fusarium spp. and levels of fumonisins in maize produced by subsistence farmers in South Africa 

      Ncube, Edson; Flett, Bradley C.; Waalwijk, Cees; Viljoen, Altus (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2011-02)
      Fusarium spp. produce fumonisins – mycotoxins that are of importance to maize production in South Africa. Fumonisins have been associated with human oesophageal cancer and cause various diseases in animals that are of ...

    • Geletterdheidsontwikkeling by graad r-leerders: ’n gevallestudie 

      Menkveld, H.; Pepler, A. (Stellenbosch university, 2004)
      This article describes a research project aimed at developing a theoretically based literacy programme for Grade R learners which would give them an understanding of the concept of writing and introduce them to the symbols ...

    • (Gender) partnership as a transforming paradigm for development in the Church and society 

      Onwunta, E.; August, K. T. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2012-04)
      This research article made the case for (gender) partnership as an integral part of effective people-centred participatory development theory. Over the years, development has been taught and practiced in different ways. ...

    • Generation Y and the concept of family. An introductory study of the unique characteristics of Generation Y with specific reference to the concept of family within the context of the URCSA 

      Van Rooi, Leslie (Open Journal Systems, 2011)
      In South Africa the identity of the so called Generation Y (Millennials) is discussed and studied frequently in the broader spectrum of the social sciences. Generally these studies indicate that this generation, with its ...