Articles by Author: Sandile T Hadebe

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  1. Determination of optimum ethylmethanesulfonate conditions for chemical mutagenesis of selected vernonia (<em>Centrapalus pauciflorus</em>) accessions

    Determination of optimum ethylmethanesulfonate conditions for chemical mutagenesis of selected vernonia (<em>Centrapalus pauciflorus</em>) accessions

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    Chemical mutagenesis could potentially increase allelic diversity and address genetic erosion in vernonia (Centrapalus pauciflorus) breeding programmes. The objective of this study was to determine an optimum treatment combination, i.e. exposure duration, temperature and ethylmethanesulfonate (EMS) dose that would reduce...
  2. On babies and bathwater—the case of grammar instruction in second language acquisition: Implications for the teaching of Xhosa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern African Journal of Applied Language Studies
    It is argued that paying attention to grammar actively impedes communicative competence (Krashen 1982). Competence is being sacrificed together with grammar-translation method. Grammar is thus clearly a thorny issue.
  3. Communication policy and communication practice within the eThekwini Municipality

    Communication policy and communication practice within the eThekwini Municipality

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    The study described in this article consisted of a survey that was conducted among a sample of e Thekwini (Durban) municipal departments. These departments are tasked with the provision of (and ensuring access to) essential services that are affordable to...
  4. Sex differences in linguistic ability: a case for Xhosa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern African Journal of Applied Language Studies
    Research indicates that sex1 determines the extent to which linguistic performance affects achievement. In a study undertaken by Liski and Puntanen (1983) aimed at determining the extent to which oral performance in spoken English is affected by variables which have...