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  • Swart, Lu-Anne; Seedat, Mohamed; Vellema, Jeanine (MRC-UNISA, 2009)
    In South Africa there has been growing national concern about the high levels of interpersonal violence especially among young people. Several incidents of school homicides in particular made newspaper headlines during ...
  • van Wyk, Jo-Ansie (2014-04-03)
    The transition from apartheid to democracy in South Africa is widely regarded as an exemplary case of an elite political settlement. Moreover, South Africa’s political history in the last two decades can certainly be ...
  • Ismail, Ghouwa; Suffla, Shahnaaz (MRC-UNISA, 2013)
    Malnutrition has become an urgent global health issue, with undernutrition killing or disabling millions of children each year. Malnutrition also prevents millions more from reaching their full intellectual and productive ...
  • Ismail, Ghouwa; Taliep, Naiema; Suffla, Shahnaaz (MRC-UNISA, 2012-01)
    Child maltreatment is a global problem with serious consequences. It affects the entire community as it does not only occur within the family context, but spills over into the community and broader society. Child ...
  • Mwiturubani, Donald Anthony; van Wyk, Jo-Ansie (2014-04-03)
    Africa is among the most likely vulnerable regions of the world that are to be negatively impacted by climate change. Th e continent’s vulnerability to climate change arises from a combination of many factors, including ...
  • Baird, Deon P.; Groenewald, Thomas (World Association of Cooperative Education, 1999-07)
    Co-operative education as practised by technikons in South Africa involves far more than the placements of students for experiential learning and the administrative systems supporting it. This paper elaborates on two very ...
  • Ratele, Kopano; Seedat, Mohamed; van Niekerk, Ashley; Pretorius, Karin; Suffla, Shahnaaz (MRC-UNISA, 2013-02)
    This fact sheet reports on firearm-related homicide, recorded by the National Injury Mortality Surveillance System (NIMSS), at nine forensic pathology services in the province of Gauteng for 2011, the latest year for ...
  • Laher, Hawabibi; Swart, Lu-Anne; Seedat, Mohamed; Mendes Novelo, Safy (MRC-UNISA, 2009)
    Road traffic fatalities as a leading cause of non-natural deaths, pose an enormous threat to the public health care sector globally (Harruff, 1998; Forjuoh, 2003; Olukoga, 2003; Santamarina-Rubio, Perez, Ricart, Arroyo, ...
  • Lau, Ursula (MRC-UNISA, 2009-06)
    Intimate partner violence is abuse that takes places between individuals in an intimate relationship. Intimate partners may include boyfriends, girlfriends, and current and former spouses. The abuse can take various ...
  • Coetzee, Marie A (2009-12-21)
    Jeanne Kotzé Louw (1929- ) is a very talented and versatile South African artist who has played an important role in the country’s art world. The materials in the Collection are of great research value to scholars interested ...
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  • Clasquin, Michel (2009-08-26)
  • 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 ...
  • Clasquin, Michel (2009-08-26)
  • Duby, Marc (IASPM, 2013-01-01)
    Bruce Cassidy’s Body Electric appeared briefly in the 1990s in Johannesburg to perform a number of concerts there, including two concerts at the University of the Witwatersrand. Led by the Canadian-born Cassidy and formed ...
  • van Wyk, Jo-Ansie (2014-07-11)
    The South African government has embarked on a programme to develop the country’s nuclear energy capability in order to meet increasing national energy demand. In order to achieve its nuclear ambitions, government has ...
  • Clasquin, Michel (2009-08-25)
    For almost as long as population statistics have been kept in South Africa, census reports have reported the existence of hundreds of black Buddhists. And for nearly as long, it has been obvious that there are two Buddhist ...

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