Articles by Author: Wendy J Collinson

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  1. Wildlife roadkill patterns on a major highway in northern Tanzania

    Wildlife roadkill patterns on a major highway in northern Tanzania

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Zoology
    Despite expanding road networks, there is limited understanding of the effects of roads on wildlife in East Africa. We present a baseline survey and describe the patterns of roadkill in the Tarangire–Manyara ecosystem of Tanzania. A 75 km stretch of...
  2. Management goals for wildlife reserves in grassveld and bushveid

    Management goals for wildlife reserves in grassveld and bushveid

    In South Africa most wildlife reserves are managed. Unambiguously stated goals are required if management is to be successful. The primary biological purpose of a reserve is proposed to be to maintain storehouses of dynamic genetic material. To perpetuate this...
  3. The precision of assessing components of the condition of moist tall grassveld

    The precision of assessing components of the condition of moist tall grassveld

    The precision of a rapid technique previously developed to assess veld condition in three grassveld types in Natal was investigated. Three plots were assessed four times on each of three occasions during a growing season. Because basal cover tends to...
  4. THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF CAPTIVE CAPE SPARROW FLOCKS

    THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF CAPTIVE CAPE SPARROW FLOCKS

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    Slotow, R., Goodfriend, W. & Maclean, G. 1993. The social structure of captive Cape Sparrow flocks. Ostrich 64:63-66.
  5. Making a Transition from High School to University: An Educator Point of View

    Making a Transition from High School to University: An Educator Point of View

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study investigated role influences on high school learners' preparation for tertiary education as perceived by the educators. Participants were 51 educators teaching Grade 12 classes from randomly sampled high schools in an urban school district in the Free State...
  6. Wits University's response to HIV/AIDS: flagship programme or 'tramp steamer'?

    Wits University's response to HIV/AIDS: flagship programme or 'tramp steamer'?

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    HIV/AIDS is a threat to the creation of human capital and development prospects in southern Africa and South Africa. The University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) is a well-regarded institution of higher education in Johannesburg. This paper outlines the university's qualified...
  7. ‘Zimbabwe will never be a colony again’: changing celebratory styles and meanings of independence

    ‘Zimbabwe will never be a colony again’: changing celebratory styles and meanings of independence

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    As part of a revival of cultural nationalism, state-led national-day celebrations intensified in Zimbabwe in the early 2000s through the introduction of popular music events alongside the traditional official, militarised ceremony. Independence Day, in particular, provided ZANU-PF with an excellent...
  8. Biogeographical patterns in the fauna associated with southern African mussel beds

    Biogeographical patterns in the fauna associated with southern African mussel beds

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Zoology
    Macrofauna communities colonizing intertidal mussel beds were sampled at seven sites between Swakopmund (Namibia) and Salt Rock (KwaZulu-Natal). Mean mussel cover, length, biomass and bed depth were all low in the southeast (former Transkei). Faunal abundance and biomass were minimal...