Articles by Author: Baldwin Nengovhela

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  1. Beef traders’ and consumers’ perceptions on the development of a natural pasture-fed beef brand by smallholder cattle producers in South Africa

    Beef traders’ and consumers’ perceptions on the development of a natural pasture-fed beef brand by smallholder cattle producers in South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Range & Forage Science
    Beef traders’ and consumers’ perceptions on the development of a natural pasture-fed beef (NPB) brand by smallholder cattle producers were investigated. In total, 18 meat traders (five abattoirs and 13 beef retailers) and 155 beef consumers were interviewed using structured...
  2. Determinants and opportunities for commercial marketing of beef cattle raised on communally owned natural pastures in South Africa

    Determinants and opportunities for commercial marketing of beef cattle raised on communally owned natural pastures in South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Range & Forage Science
    The objective of this study was to examine the factors influencing smallholder producers’ potential to sell cattle and identify marketing opportunities for sustainable beef production in South Africa. A total of 95 structured questionnaires was administered to the Ncorha and...
  3. Buoyancy-stirring interactions in a subtropical embayment: a synthesis of measurements and model simulations in Maputo Bay, Mozambique

    Buoyancy-stirring interactions in a subtropical embayment: a synthesis of measurements and model simulations in Maputo Bay, Mozambique

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Marine Science
    Maputo Bay, on the coast of Mozambique, is a tidally energetic, subtropical embayment in a region subjected to strong seasonal rainfall. Data from moored current meters, tide gauges and monthly bay-wide surveys were used to characterise the evolution of the...
  4. Temporal changes in cranial size in South African vlei rats (<em>Otomys</em>): evidence for the ‘third universal response to warming’

    Temporal changes in cranial size in South African vlei rats (<em>Otomys</em>): evidence for the ‘third universal response to warming’

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Zoology
    Using museum collections and recently collected specimens we studied geographical and temporal (from 1906 to 2013) changes in skull size of two sibling species of rodents, Otomys auratus and O. angoniensis, in northern South Africa occupying distinct temperate grassland (O...
  5. The bird’s-eye perspective: how do district health managers experience the impact of family physicians within the South African district health system? A qualitative study

    The bird’s-eye perspective: how do district health managers experience the impact of family physicians within the South African district health system? A qualitative study

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Family Practice
    Background: Health policy-makers in Africa are looking for local solutions to strengthen primary care teams. A South African national position paper (2015) described six aspirational roles of family physicians (FPs) working within the district health system. However, the actual contributions...