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A critical review of recharge estimation methods used in Southern Africa
(University of the Free State, 2003-12)
English: A new stable isotope-based technique, the Modified Amount Effect (MAE) Method, was developed during this investigation. This technique provides insight into episodic recharge processes by estimating the proportion ...
A psycho-educational perspective on the phenomenon of adolescent pregnancy
(University of the Free State, 2002-05)
Adolescent pregnancy is a worldwide social problem. This causes a concern for health workers, the community, and the parents. This is true because adolescents are too immature to shoulder the responsibility of ...
Evaluating and improving the usability of e-government websites in Sub-Saharan Africa for enhancing citizen adoption and usage
(University of the Free State, 2017)
English: E-government has been widely known to be an important factor for fostering a nation’s economic and social development. It holds enormous potential for improving the administrative efficiency of public institutions, ...
Strategic management framework for collaborative reources sharing between schools for sustainable learning environments
(University of the Free State, 2013-12)
English: Many historically black schools are faced with a challenge of producing quality education with limited resources. Considering the historical backlog on resourcing and the current financial constraints, it does ...
Evaluation of maize and sunflower production in a semi-arid area using in-field rainwater harvesting
(University of the Free State, 2006-11)
English: Subsistence farmers occupy a large area east of Bloemfontein around Thaba Nchu in the Free State Province of South Africa. They do not enjoy food security because the area is marginal for crop production. There ...
Investigation into the groundwater interaction between a deep coal mine and a deeper lying gold mine
(University of the Free State, 2010-11)
After the closure of mines, it is expected that water in the mined-out areas will flow along preferred pathways and accumulate in lower-lying areas (Grobbelaar, 2001). Over time, these man-made voids will fill up with ...
An epidemiological survey of Newcastle disease virus in South Africa
(University of the Free State, 2001-05)
English:The primary objective in this study was the investigation of the molecular epidemiology of NDV strains isolated during epizooties in South Africa in 1998. Isolates purported to be NDV were collected from the ...
Yeast diversity in white mould-ripened cheeses
(University of the Free State, 2002-01)
Surface mould-ripened cheeses represent a small proportion of world cheese production. However, these cheeses are becoming increasingly popular with the consumer, as there is an increasing demand for it (Gripon, 1987). ...
Antimycobacterial activities of selected plants used in the management of tuberculosis in Sekhukhune (Limpopo Province), South Africa
(University of the Free State (Qwaqwa Campus), 2017)
Tuberculosis (TB) continues to be a devastating disease of the world affecting more than two million people annually with one-third of the world’s populations suffering from the menace. The management of TB was in the use ...
Psigiatriese onderrig aan gesinslede van geestesongesteldes as terapeutiese hulpbron
(University of the Free State, 1975-12)
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