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    • 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. ...

    • Genetic variation in the Critically Endangered velvet worm Opisthopatus roseus (Onychophora: Peripatopsidae) 

      Daniels, Savel R. (Open Journal Systems, 2011-10)
      In the present study the genetic variation of the Critically Endangered velvet worm species Opisthopatus roseus is examined. This species is endemic to the Ngele mistbelt forest in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South ...

    • Gold coordination during homogeneous alkyne and allene cyclisation catalysis: Coordination to substrates, to ancillary ligands and in intermediates 

      Raubenheimer, Helgard G.; Schmidbaur, Hubert (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2011-04)
      The ever-increasing role of homogeneous gold catalysis in organic synthesis and the consequent need to be able to rationally control the rate and outcome of such reactions has emphasised the importance of each successive ...

    • Governance in Ptolemaic Egypt, The First Hundred Years: A Case of Imperialism? 

      Adler, J. (Open Journal Systems, 2004)
      This article investigates the nature of governance in Ptolemaic Egypt during the first 100 years of their rule. It proposes that this governance was Imperialist and exploitative in nature and that the Macedonian Greeks ...

    • Governing Insecurity: Democratic Control of Military and Security Establishments in Transitional Democracies 

      Neethling, T. (Open Journal Systems, 2004)
      In the post-Cold War era democratic institutions have widely come to be regarded as the only legitimate forms of governance. But the longstanding legacies of military rule cast a shadow over many newly instituted democratic ...

    • Government urgently needs to provide additional bursaries to train talented teachers 

      Cherry, Micheal I. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2011-12)
      The world’s population reached 7 billion last month, just as South Africa’s national census was completed. Most of this growth has occurred within the last century – the global population stood at just 2 billion in 1927. ...

    • The great changing room of colour and class 

      Nasson, Bill (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 ...

    • Guidelines for the choice of economic public infrastructure projects 

      Pienaar, W. J. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2002)
      This article provides guidelines for selecting public infrastructure projects based on economic criteria. Project evaluation, selection and prioritisation criteria are listed, followed by a description of the way in which ...

    • HALT! ACTION FRONT! With Long at Colenso 

      Visser, G. E. (Open Journal Systems, 1999)
      South African born Darrell Hall (1928 - 1996) joined the British Army in 1946 and retired with the rank of major in 1968. During his 22-year career in the British Army he served in both the Royal Artillery and the Royal ...

    • Hazard sign comprehension among illiterate adults 

      Nicol, A.; Seppo, P. (Department of General Linguistics, University of Stellenbosch, 2007)
      Hazard signs have been considered an effective mode of transferring safety information for many decades. However, research is beginning to show that many of these signs are not understood, resulting in increasing numbers ...

    • The Higher Education Summit re-opens the debate on differentiation 

      Cherry, Micheal I. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2010-08)
      South African Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe opened the Higher Education Summit in April 2010 by putting his finger on the nub of the problem – the fact that over 65% of 18–24 year olds in South Africa are neither ...

    • A holistic approach to pastoral care and poverty 

      Janse van Rensburg, Johan (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2010-11-05)
      The previous approaches to pastoral care are no longer adequate or effective for addressing the many issues related to poverty. The church has done wonderful work in terms of Christian charity. However, more needs to be ...

    • Horace on Augustus: Fact or Fiction? 

      Thom, S. (Open Journal Systems, 2004)
      Quot homines tot sententiae seems a good summary of the variety of critical readings of lyric poetry in general and of Horace’s position on Augustus in particular. This raises the interesting question of the position of ...

    • Horace on Horace 'Odes' 4 

      Thom, S. (Open Journal Systems, 2001)
      Horace’s fourth Book of Odes was published in 13 B.C.1 Ten years had passed since the publication of Odes 1-3. In Epistles 1.1.4 published 7 years before Odes 4 Horace already indicated that for him neither age nor mind ...

    • How assessment and reflection relate to more effective 

      Biggs, Harry; Breen, Charles; Slotow, Rob; Freitag, Stefanie; Hockings, Marc (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2011)
      Assessment (an immediate evaluation of significance or performance) and reflection (a lengthy, deep consideration) should be important components of adaptive management leading to learning. In this paper we use a prototype ...

    • How could South Africa produce more PhDs? 

      Cherry, Micheal I (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2010-12)
      The Academy of Science of South Africa’s PhD report, released in October, provides an incisive analysis of why the country’s doctoral production remains low. Most of its recommendations are sound, although that of large-scale ...

    • How Many Things by Season Season’d Are 

      Jackson, Sue (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2009-10)
      People born between June and September in the southern hemisphere are more likely to suffer from schizophrenia than those born in other months; a quarter of the entire genome of Arabidopsis thaliana (a cress plant) ...

    • The Huguenots of South Africa in documents and commemoration 

      Coertzen, P (Open Journal Systems, 2011)
      This article is about the image of the Huguenots of South Africa that we find in documents and how they were commemorated in South Africa. The article proposes inter alia to investigate when the first anniversary of the ...

    • Human dignity at home and in public – introduction 

      De Lange, Frits (Open Journal Systems, 2011)
      A genuine concern for human dignity fosters a public culture of human rights. A concern for dignity contributes to equality, justice and respect in civil life.