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    • Causes of lapsation and procedures to minimize or eradicate this phenomenon 

      Whitfield, William Tony (North-West University, 2007)
      An individual lapses when he ceases attendance at Church. It is a withdrawal from the social, spiritual and communal aspects of the Church. Lapsation can occur in both young and adult, in the former case it is likely to ...
    • Causes of qualified audit opinions: a case study of Mafikeng Local Municipality North West Province 

      Mbua, Emmanuel Ngomba (2016)
      The issue of financial statements of municipalities, being qualified yearly by the Auditor General of South Africa, is a cause for concern to the general public and government. For the past five years more than 75% of ...
    • Causes of stress in public schools and its Impact on work performance of educators 

      Naidoo, Kiveshnie; Botha, Christoff J.; Bisschoff, Christo A. (Kamla-Raj Enterprises, 2013)
      This article reports on educator stress in public schools. In doing so, the article sets the objectives of identifying the causes of stress in public schools of educators in KwaZulu-Natal. The data were collected by ...
    • Causes, effects and management of conflict among educators in the Mafikeng District 

      Manyedi, Simon Kelepile (2006)
      The purpose of this study is to investigate the causes, effects and management of conflict among school based educators. The dissertation acknowledge the existence of conflict in every human interaction. Conflict in ...
    • Cave pecuniam: lawyers as launderers 

      Hamman, A J; Koen, R A (2012)
      The attorney’s trust account is an enticing prospect for criminals seeking ways to launder money acquired illegally, and the attorney whose trust account is abused in this way stands to be branded and punished as a money ...
    • Cavinula lilandae (Bacillariophyta), a new diatom species from the Congo Basin, Central Africa 

      Cocquyt, Christne; De Haan, Myriam; Taylor, Jonathan C. (Taylor & Francis, 2013)
      Cavinula lilandae, a small new diatom from the Congo Basin in Central Africa, was observed in acid riverine habitats in an almost pristine tropical rain forest. It occurred in a periphytic diatom community dominated by ...
    • Celebrating the intellectual legacy of A.C. Jordan 

      Ndlela, Philden (Taylor and Francis Online, 2014)
      The paucity or dearth of scholarship around A.C. Jordan's contributions as teacher, visionary, scholar and political activist in South Africa is as disconcerting as it is disillusioning. This paper seeks to take A.C. ...
    • A celebration of book history in Africa 

      21548803 - Gouws, John Stephen (Institute for the study of English in Africa, 2008)
    • Cell based assays for anti-Plasmodium activity evaluation 

      Mokgethi-Morule, Thabang; N'Da, David D. (Elsevier, 2016)
      Malaria remains one of the most common and deadly infectious diseases worldwide. The severity of this global public health challenge is reflected by the approximately 198 million people, who were reportedly infected in ...
    • A cell viability assay to determine the cytotoxic effects of water contaminated by microbes 

      Prinsloo, Suranie; Pieters, Rialet; Bezuidenhout, Carlos C. (Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf), 2013)
      Many South Africans do not have access to safe drinking water, so they have no alternative but to use water from contaminated sources that poses a health hazard. This poor state of affairs appears to be deteriorating. In ...
    • Cell-free DNA: preanalytical variables 

      Bronkhorst, Abel Jacobus; Aucamp, Janine; Pretorius, Piet J. (Elsevier, 2015)
      Since the discovery of cell-free DNA (cfDNA) in human blood, most studies have focused on diagnostic and prognostic uses of these markers for solid tumors. Except for some prenatal tests and BEAMing, cfDNA analysis has not ...
    • Cellular damage by Auger electrons from¹²³ 

      Moruri, Letty Dimpho (2005)
      Auger electrons have the potential for therapy mainly because of their short range and high level of toxicity. Biological effects of these electrons are critically dependent on the cellular and subcellular localization of ...
    • Cenozoic deposits of South Africa 

      Hurter, Bea (North-West University (South Africa) , Potchefstroom Campus, 2016)
      The Cenozoic Era comprises the last 65 million years of Earth‟s history, which is divided into the Tertiary and Quaternary Periods. The deposits of the Cenozoic Era are reflected in many surface features covering South ...
    • A census of South African industrial engineers, based on data extracted from Linkedin 

      Van Dyk, L. (SAIIE, 2014)
      The first South African Industrial Engineers graduated in 1963. Since then, the number of graduates per annum has grown to more than 200 per annum. Many of these Industrial Engineers use the social network, LinkedIn, to ...
    • The central commandment of love in discussion 

      Strauss, D.F.M. (Vereniging vir Christelike Hoër Onderwys, 2013)
      Some of the key issues that surfaced in a recent discussion on Thinknet regarding the meaning of the central commandment of love and its relation to various aspects of reality, in particular the social and ethical modal ...
    • The central principle of Calvinism? Some criteria, proposals and questions 

      Coletto, Renato (AOSIS, 2015)
      Is there a ‘central principle’ of Calvinism? This article explores this question mainly from the viewpoint of reformational philosophy. It does so firstly by introducing criteria that should be used to identify, if ...
    • Central stellar populations of brightest cluster galaxies 

      Viljoen, D.N.; Laubser, S.I. (South African Institute of Physics, 2014)
      We analyse the stellar populations of a sample of brightest cluster galaxies (BCGs), for which high signal-to-noise ratio, long-slit spectra were obtained on the Gemini telescopes, by fitting their spectra using the software ...
    • The central stellar populations of brightest cluster galaxies 

      Viljoen, Danièl Natasha. (North-West University, 2012)
      The majority of galaxy clusters contain a massive galaxy in the centre of the clusters that are far more luminous and massive than the other galaxies in the cluster. These galaxies are called the brightest galaxy clusters ...
    • The centrality of the research question for locating PhD studies in the global knowledge society 

      Simmonds, Shan; Du Preez, Petro (Unisa Press, 2014)
      Although classified as a developing country, South Africa lags far behind other BRICS member countries (ie, Brazil, Russia, India and China). A cause for concern is that the number of doctoral or PhD studies rather than ...
    • The centrality of the research question forlocating PhD studies in the global knowledge society 

      Simmonds, Shan; Du Preez, Petro (University of Stellenbosch, 2014)
      Although classified as a developing country, South Africa lags far behind other BRICS member countries. A cause for concern is that the number of PhD studies rather than what they contribute is often used to measure their ...