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  • Ruzivo, M. (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2005)
    The role played by Catholic African Women agents of the gospel in the propagation of the faith in Zimbabwe has not been highlighted in Catholic historiography in Zimbabwe. This article focuses on Mai Musodzi of St Peters ...
  • Rowe, Ana-María (2009-08)
    In this dissertation, the poetic thought of León Felipe is examined through the study of his works written during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), namely, Good bye, Panamá (1936); La insignia (1937); El payaso de las ...
  • Thirion-Venter, Elizabeth Magdalena (2012-09)
    An employed individual will spend between a quarter and a third of his or her waking life at the workplace. An estimated 40% of those in South Africa who are employed full-time work in offices. With the amount of time spend ...
  • Tshehla, Sam (Reseach Institute for Theology and Religion, 2013-11)
    “What if Africa were to become the hub for global science?” is the title of a recent BBC News report. It is inspired by “real, serious scientific work ... taking place now in sub-Saharan Africa,” which raises the question ...
  • Gericke, Jaco (Reseach Institute for Theology and Religion, 2013-11)
    In this article, the author looks at “emergence” in the context of new concepts of God in the Old Testament. Within biblical scholarship, various types of emergence are alluded to in various methodological reductions, ...
  • Gericke, George (Reseach Institute for Theology and Religion, 2013-11)
    The (human) genome functions as an open system within human nutritional, economic, cultural, intellectual and emotional contexts. Of profound importance is the extent of free will that emerged with our cognitive ...
  • Bentley, Wessel (Reseach Institute for Theology and Religion, 2013-11)
    In this article, the tension between the notions of emergence and Christian dogmatics is discussed. Christian dogmatics serves the function of grounding the Christian faith in its historic identity, guarding against ...
  • Durand, Francois (Reseach Institute for Theology and Religion, 2013-11)
    Science is the way in which humankind explore and understand the physical universe. The biological sciences and especially the zoological sciences provide us with an understanding of ourselves – how we function, how ...
  • Lemma, Dawit Assefa (2009-06)
    A quantitative, descriptive, explorative, contextual study was conducted to determine pharmacists and drug vendors' level of knowledge, attitude towards and practice on Emergency Contraceptive (ECl in Addis Ababa. Forty ...
  • Dawit, A.L.; Van der Merwe, M.M.; Smith, J.E. (Unisa, 2010)
    A quantitative, descriptive, explorative, contextual study was conducted to determine pharmacists' and drug vendors' levels of knowledge, and attitudes towards and practices of emergency contraceptives (ECs) services in ...
  • Bedard, Robert Laurent (2009-08-25)
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  • Bornman, Elirea (2010)
    Theorists acknowledge the possibility of multiple group identification where groups are imbedded in hierarchical structures that can change as the environment changes. This article investigates national, subnational, and ...
  • Bornman, Elirea (Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns, 2005)
    Emigration among Afrikaans-speaking whites today In contrast to the optimistic belief that a new dispensation would lead to reconciliation and harmony in the heterogeneous South African population, the post-1994 period ...
  • Bornman, Elirea (Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns, 2005)
    In contrast to the optimistic belief that a new dispensation would lead to reconciliation and harmony in the heterogeneous South African population, the post-1994 period has been characterised by an exodus of highly skilled ...
  • Van Niekerk, Wilhelmina Johanna (2005-09-30)
    This study aimed to relate the emotions of two fathers regarding their incestuous behaviour. The epistemological framework is social constructionism. The `case-study approach' was chosen as the most suitable method to ...
  • Tlale, Rose-Mercy Dikeledi (2007-06)
    There is a growing recognition that removal of an eye may cause a significant impact on a person's body image and her or his role in society; and may evoke a variety of emotional responses. The loss of an eye does not only ...
  • Pillay, Maganagie (2014-05-19)
    The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between emotional intelligence and leadership styles in a petrochemical organisation (represented by transformational, transactional and laissez-faire leadership ...
  • Knobel, Daniël Pieter (2010-11)
    A study was conducted on 74 school first- and second-team rugby players from four Pretoria high schools, to investigate whether start-up A-team players differ significantly from other (B-team start-up and reserve) players ...
  • Snyman, Gerrie (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2011-12)
    The author proposes a hermeneutic of vulnerability as part of a programme of an ethics of interpretation whereby readers not only become aware of what the effect of their reading or interpretation will be on others and ...
  • Shaw-Taylor, Eva (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2011-12)
    My premise is that apartheid created the “empire” system in South Africa, with its resulting consumerist culture; the western/European style of living and presentation has become the norm for a majority of South Africans. ...

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