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  • Odhiambo, Marcel O. (2008)
    Information and Communication Technology (ICT), a merger of two technologies; Information Technology (IT) and Communication Technology (CT) to form Information and Communication Technology (ICT) made it possible for combined ...
  • McGrath, P.J.; Nickola, L. (International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED), 2008-03-03)
    Over the past 35 years Engineering Education in South Africa has changed substantially in an endeavour to supply the country with skilled technical manpower. These changes dealt mainly with Institutions offering Vocational ...
  • Brink, Basil; Downs, Robert (Sapoa News, 1986-03)
    This paper intends to focus attention on possibilities and processes in developing tracts of vacant, often unsightly and under-utilised transport land in our cities and suburbs
  • Brink, Basil (2007-06-25)
    Newtown, a district in the western inner city of Johannesburg, has a long history of urban renewal of contested inner city space. The City Council of Johannesburg’s councillors, planners and consultants have guided and ...
  • Brink, Basil; Downs, Robert (Sapoa News, 1990-03)
    The purpose of this article is to create an awareness of commercial property development opportunities offered by transport land. Examples are presened of such developments in first world countries. A systematic approach ...
  • Iyuke, S.E.; Pienaar, H.C. vZ.; Abdulkareem, A.S.; Afolabi, A.S. (South African Chemical Engineering Congress, 2006-09-20)
    Effects of various factors affecting the rate of Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) produced in a Swirled Floating Catalyst Chemical Vapour Deposition (SFCCVD) reactor were investigated. This study was performed in a vertical silica ...
  • Brink, Basil (2012-03-06)
    Town planning in Britain originated because of an increase in population; migration from rural areas to expanding cities; work opportunities arising from new industries and machines, all in combination with unhygienic ...
  • Brink, Basil (1998-01)
    The aim of this paper is to create an awareness of the challenges and opportunities that the development of parastatal properties provide for government, the business sector and built environment professionals. A distinction ...
  • Nuttall, Jean (building, 1990-06-25)
    In 1990 project architect Basil Brink, assisted by Stuart Douglas, Mark Hansen, Lynnsay Nuyten and Alec Johnston, designed a new transport museum for Transnet in northern Newtown. Heritage considerations of the historic ...
  • Brink, Basil (2011-10-24)
    This presentation commences with a brief personal introduction and presents a Vision for the Physical Planning Unit (PPU)and the planning of the Uiversity of Cape Town's Groote Schuur Campus. Recomendations include firstly ...
  • Brink, Basil (2012-03-19)
    The Portfolio of work by the architect, urban designer and town & regional planner Basil Brink contains architectural sketch designs and working drawings; urban designs and town planning layouts that were produced from the ...
  • Emeji, Ikenna Chibuzor (2015-08)
    At present, the use of other sources of energy other than energy source from crude oil has accelerated. This is due to limited resources of fossil fuel, increasing prices of crude oil and environmental concerns. Alternative ...
  • Ramdass, Kemlall (International Journal of Business and Social Sciences., 2012-04-30)
    The clothing industry globally has undergone rapid change within the past few decades. The production of fashion has evolved into a multi faceted industry that is not only concerned with the manufacture of clothing but ...
  • Nel, Verna Joan (1994-05)
    City marketing is a recently developed process to assist communities in achieving development oriented aims. Changing economic circumstances created such a need and marketing contributed key concepts such as marketing ...
  • Brink, Basil; Jacob, Peter; Douglas, Stuart (2012-03-06)
    This report motivates for approval to proceed with planning and development of new office accommodation for the SA Transport Services (SATS), later Transnet, in central Johannesburg. Work completed to date, e.g. a feasibility ...
  • Ramdass, Kemlall; Pretorius, Leon (Japanese Operations Management and Strategy Association, 2008-08-05)
    A call centre is of strategic importance to an organisation and therefore needs to be developed with ergonomics in mind. Call centre managers’ need to be trained in the field of ergonomics, so that an ergonomic “changeover” ...
  • Ramdass, Kemlall (IEEE, 2012-12-13)
    The current economic distress faced by many manufacturing companies in South Africa both large and small has forced the leadership to review business performance and implement measures to reduce costs across all levels. ...
  • Brink, Basil Niel (1998-09-21)
    Provinces in South Africa have formulated one or more Spatial Development Initiatives (SDIs) to unlock potential and improve socio-economic conditions in their areas of jurisdiction. This paper provides an overview of these SDIs.
  • Ramdass, Kemlall (IEEE, 2010-07-18)
    As competition intensifies and environmental factors become more hostile, the concern for service quality grows. Student numbers have become a focal point in the offering of programmes. With regular quality audits, academia ...
  • Ramdass, Kemlall (PICMET, 2015-08-04)
    The declining number of students enrolling for a qualification in clothing management was evident at a university in South Africa. Higher Education Institutions experienced difficulties in recruiting students for textile ...

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