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A logical and structural thinking development tool (LST) to enhance fundamental problem-solving skills of learners of information technology
The role of information technology in modern education has increased significantly over the past two decades . The opportunity to develop an interactive software system with the aim of enhancing fundamental problem-solving ...
Towards transdisciplinary education
The methodology of transdisciplinarity is founded on three postulates: there are, in Nature and in our knowledge of Nature, different levels of Reality and, correspondingly, different levels of perception; the passage ...
Tourists’ willingness to pay to view otters along the Wild Coast, South Africa: a potential for in creased ecotourism
This article reports on tourists’ willingness to pay to view Cape clawless otters Aonyx capensis along the Eastern Cape Wild Coast, South Africa. We collected data from a survey carried out using a structured, ...
Die Stockholm konvensie: wisselwerking
The Stockholm Convention: Interaction between science and policy. The history of mankind shows an increasing trend towards organisation, partly due to the ever-increasing numbers of people on earth, and the reduced ...
Project management in Ghana: expectations, realities and barriers to use
This article reports the findings of an empirical study of the problems of developing Project Management (PM) practice in Ghanaian organisations. Based on previous research and survey data, the characteristics of the ...
Exposé or misconstrual? Unresolved issues of authorship and the authenticity of GW Stow’s ‘forgery’ of a rock art painting
George William Stow (1822-1882) is today considered to have been one of the founding fathers of rock art research and conservation in Southern Africa. He arrived from England in 1843 and settled on the frontier of the ...