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  • van Rheede van Oudtshoorn, Andre (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2011-10-05)
    When do we encounter God in the Pauline imperatives, or when is it Paul, the man of his times, that we are dealing with? This article develops a model to help us determine the reach of the imperatives into our socio-cultural ...
  • Mapanga, Rudo F.   Rajamani, Uthra   Dlamini, Nonkululeko   Zungu-Edmondson, Makhosazane   Kelly-Laubscher, Roison   Shafiullah, Mohammed   Wahab, Athiq   Hasan, Mohamed Y.   Fahim, Mohamed A.   Rondeau, Phillipe   Bourdon, Emmanuel   Essop, M. Faadiel (PLOS, 2012-10-16)
    Diabetes constitutes a major health challenge. Since cardiovascular complications are common in diabetic patients this will further increase the overall burden of disease. Furthermore, stress-induced hyperglycemia in ...
  • Laubscher, M. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2007)
    This article investigates the specific nature by which Karl Barth could be considered as a public theologian in post-apartheid South Africa. The aim is to enrich the debate in the current field of public theology in ...
  • Burger, AP   Nieuwoudt, I   van Vuuren, JH (Open Journal Systems, 2007)
    In this paper we solve (approximately) the problem of finding the minimum number of colours with which the vertices of a complete, balanced, multipartite graph G may be coloured such that the maximum degrees of all colour ...
  • Sinclair, M. (Open Journal Systems, 1990)
    A variety of production management philosophies are discussed in the literature and implemented in industry. This paper will present a framework for the comparison of such management approaches. Each of the modern ...
  • Visagie, Stephan E. (Open Journal Systems, 2008)
    In this paper the e cient solvability of a class of nonlinear knapsack problems are investigated by means of the problem's necessary and su cient conditions. It is shown that, from the general theory, it is impossible ...
  • Scoltz, L. (Open Journal Systems, 2012)
    The article presents a review of a book written by Jannie Geldenhuys titled "Ons was daar" (We were there)" published in 2011.
  • Reikie, Brian A.   Adams, Rozanne C.M.   Ruck, Candice E.   Ho, Kevin   Leligdowicz, Aleksandra   Pillay, Santoshan   Naidoo, Shalena   Fortuno, Edgardo S. III   De Beer, Corena   Preiser, Wolfgang   Cotton, Mark F.   Speert, David P.   Esser, Monika   Kollmann, Tobias R. (PLOS, 2012-09-13)
    The first year of life represents a time of marked susceptibility to infections; this is particularly true for regions in sub-Saharan Africa. As innate immunity directs the adaptive immune response, the observed increased ...
  • De Klerk, Ben Jacobus   Van Helden, Phia (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2011-06-24)
    The focus of this article was to pursue factors regarding the declining numbers in the traditional Afrikaans speaking reformed churches in South Africa. This intertwined phenomenon was studied according to theonome ...
  • Katts, Donald J.   Koopman, N.N. (Open Journal Systems, 2011)
    The Bill of Rights of the South African Constitution of 1996 envisages a society of human dignity, both in its preamble and in article 10. The logic seems to be that the fulfilment of human rights will imply the actualisation ...
  • Fourie, P (Open Journal Systems, 2007)
    The paper begins with a discussion of the concepts “operations research” and “development.” An overview is next given of the RDP (Reconstruction and Development Programme), which still embodies the vision of development ...
  • Pienaar, W.J. (Open Journal Systems, 2005)
    This paper traces the origin of the word logistics, outlines its conceptual evolution, and explains its meaning in contemporary usage. The background that led to the introduction of Logistics Management and Operations ...
  • Zewotir, T.   North, D. (AOSIS OpenJournal, 2011-11)
    The South African educational system is in a state of transformation as the Government embarks on a process of grappling with legacies of the past, whilst balancing risks and opportunities for the future. Accordingly, a ...
  • Venter, L.   Visagie, Stephan E. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2009-03)
    Die optimale aanwending van kruisopgeleide werkslui in ’n produksielyn word ondersoek. Kruisopgeleide werkslui het die vermo¨e om haas enige taak in die produksieproses te verrig. ’n Wiskundige model om die optimale ...
  • Visagie, Stephan E.   de Kock, H.C.   Ghebretsadik, A.H. (Open Journal Systems, 2004)
    Numerous studies have analysed farm planning decisions focusing on producer risk preferences. Few studies have focussed on the farm planning decisions in an integrated croplivestock farm context. Income variability and ...
  • Gouws, R.H. (Open Journal Systems, 2004)
    Review: Johann R.E. Lutjeharms. Oseanologiewoordeboek Engels–Afrikaans/Dictionary of Oceanology English–Afrikaans. 2004, xvi + 334 pp. ISBN 186890041X. Kaapstad/Cape Town: Pharos Woordeboeke/Dictionaries. Prys: R175.
  • Huber, Wolfgang (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2011-12-12)
    In this article – based on the second of two keynote lectures at a conference on violence – the view is developed that the task of the church with respect to violence consists mainly in overcoming violence. In the first ...
  • Conradie, P. J. T.   Oosthuizen, G. A.   Treurnicht, N. F.   Al Shaalane, A. (Open Journal Systems, 2012)
    Ti6Al4V is one of the most widely used titanium alloys in aerospace applications, but its machining remains a challenge. Comprehensive research has been done in the past, mainly investigating tool failure of various ...
  • Spry, Christina   Macuamule, Cristiano   Lin, Zhiyang   Virga, Kristopher G.   Lee, Richard E.   Strauss, Erick   Saliba, Kevin J. (Open Journal Systems, 2013)
    Growth of the virulent human malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum is dependent on an extracellular supply of pantothenate (vitamin B5) and is susceptible to inhibition by pantothenate analogues that hinder pantothenate ...
  • Vreӱ, F. (Open Journal Systems, 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 ...