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  • Brink, Basil (Chief Director (Building Services) SA Transport Services, 1987-11)
    The purpose of the report is to provide a comprehensive spatial survey of Johannesburg's main station, also known as Park Station, and its environs. Information in the report provides a foundation on which a development ...
  • Bosch, Sonja E. (African Language Association of Southern Africa, 1988)
    Bantu languages have a number of grammatical genders which are paired into singular/plural classes. The purpose of this article is to find solutions for some of the agreement arising from the conjunction of two or more ...
  • Mdlalose T.E.; Fiedeldey H.; Sandhas W. (1988)
    Previous calculations of the reaction 2H(d, nd)1H, performed in the quasi-free scattering (QFS) region by means of the four-body AGS formalism, are extended to kinematical situations, where final state interaction (FSI) ...
  • Brynard, D.J. (South African Institute for Public Administration, 1988-09)
    The office of Mediateur was established in France on 1 April 1973 and is thus one of the recent ombudsmanlike institutions to be established. The establishment of this office was part of a program of reform in France ...
  • Clasquin, Michel (Journal for the Study of Religion, 1989-09)
    This article argues that “paradoxical intention”, a therapeutic technique used in the logotherapy of Victor Frankl, can be used as a valuable conceptual model in the further understanding of paradoxical teachings and ...
  • Kretzschmar, Louise (Studia Historae Ecclesiasticae, 1990)
    This article concentrates on the predominantly white Baptist Union of South Africa. Attention is first given to the debate concerning the historical association between the English Baptists and the Anabaptists. Then the ...
  • Lombard F.; de Jager O.C.; Schultz D.M. (1990)
    We present a method which can identify the start- and end times of a periodic burst of gamma rays. The assumption is that the periodic light curve has power in the fundamental harmonic and that the noise (i.e. cosmic ray) ...
  • Slaus I.; Epstein M.B.; Mdlalose T.E.; Fiedeldey H.; Sandhas W. (1990)
    The reactions 3He + p → d + p + p, and 3He + p → p + p + p + n have been studied at 35MeV. These reactions are dominated by quasi-two-body processes: pp and pd quasi-free scattering, pp final-state interactions, and neutron ...
  • The editor, Planning (Planning, 1990-01)
    In 1986 an urban design Master Plan for the Germiston Station Precinct, as prepared by a multi-disciplinary team from SA Transport Services and the Germiston local authority, was approved. This article outlines the approval ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Verwoerd W.S.; Nolting V. (1991)
    A fully symmetrical orthogonalization algorithm is described and applied to the localized orbitals (LMOs) generated by the previously published POPLOC localization program. The results are compared with those of the ψ ...
  • Cuthbertson, Greg (Taylor & Francis, 1992)
    Since the appearance of Peter Novick‘s influential study on American historical writing,’ historians have been driven back to consider the nature of their craft, but more significantly, also to take stock of recent ...
  • Pretorius F. (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1992)
    [No abstract available]
  • Cilliers, Frans (OASIS OpenJournals, 1992)
    The aim of this study is to discuss the role of the nursing teacher as facilitator of psychological growth m the student, with reference to personality characteristics and skills. A facilitation skills programme is applied ...
  • Clasquin, Michel (Journal for the Study of Religion, 1992-03)
    In this article, three aspects of classical Gnosticism are examined in order to establish how the term could be usefully applied to modern phenomena. Three religious and one cultural phenomena are examined in the light of ...
  • Clasquin, Michel (Theologia Evangelica, 1992-06)
    In this essay, the value and relevance of the study of Buddhism generally and at the University of South Africa in particular are described. Despite the small number of Buddhists in South Africa, Buddhology can benefit us ...
  • Cilliers, Frans; Wissing, M.P. (OASIS OpenJournals, 1993)
    Intern-personal effectiveness in management is conceptualised as sensitive relationship forming with respect, realness, empathy and concreteness are core behavioural dimensions. As concurrent characteristics to these skills, ...
  • Bosch, Sonja E. (African Language Association of Southern Africa, 1993)
    A typological study of a language family can throw light on specific linguistic issues in a language belonging to such a family.In Zulu there is for instance uncertainty regarding the use of the object agreement marker in ...
  • du Toit L.M.; von Solms S.H. (Publ by Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1993)
    The ISD Model describes a way to organize all relevant security measures, documentation and management's point of view in order to ensure a more effective implementation of information security. The model consists of three ...

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