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    • The death of Alexander the Great 

      Cilliers, Louise; Retief, Francois (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: The circumstances of Alexander's death are reviewed. Since contemporary sources vary in their accounts of the reason for his death, they are briefly reviewed and assessed. The account of Alexander's final illness ...
    • Deracialisation of urban business space: street traders in Pietersburg 

      Donaldson, Ronnie; Van der Merwe, Izak (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: The 'invasion' of the CBD by informal entrepreneurs signalled the first visible phase of the informal process of deracialisation of business space. A clear distinction between deracialisation and desegregation ...
    • Five generations of applied linguistics: some framework issues 

      Weideman, Albert (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: In recent years a number of discussions have sustained the debate on the definition of applied linguistics, a debate which addresses both ends of the spectrum of applied linguistic work: the philosophical and the ...
    • Frameworks for institutional audits for quality in South African higher education 

      Lategan, Laetus (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: This paper attempts to establish the most suitable a system for institutional audits of higher education institutions in South Africa. It focuses on four areas: theory, philosophy, categories and practice. The ...
    • Health and health care in South Africa in transition: a macro perspective 

      Van Rensburg, Dingie (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: The South African health care system, along with society in general, is undergoing profound transformation. Afcer almost five years, questions may well be posed about the nature of chis transition, the benefits ...
    • Spectators in Jerusalem: urban narrative in the scenic tradition 

      Van den Berg, Dirk (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: This investigation of the narrative prospects of urban pictures in the scenic tradition is devoted co Hans Memling's painting depicting a sequence of Passion scenes set in a topographical view ofJerusalem. In ...
    • Universiteitstoelating in die nuwe Suid-Afrika: ideologiese en statistiese oorwegings 

      Huysamen, Gert (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: This article discusses the misconceptions which can arise when statistically distinguishable groups with diverse school backgrounds compete for admission to tertiary academic institutions. It is recommended that ...