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  1. Myths about fundamental indexing<xref ref-type="fn" rid="EN0001"/>

    Myths about fundamental indexing<xref ref-type="fn" rid="EN0001"/>

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Investment Analysts Journal
    Fundamental indexing starts from the observation that in a value-weighted portfolio, any overpricing affects the stock’s portfolio weight upward and its typical return downward, and vice versa; but on average the ‘drag’ on the portfolio’s expected return caused by this...
  2. 'n EKSEGESE VAN 'N LEKSIKOGRAFIESE METODE: RAAMGEBASEERDE LEKSIKOGRAFIESE DEFINISIES

    'n EKSEGESE VAN 'N LEKSIKOGRAFIESE METODE: RAAMGEBASEERDE LEKSIKOGRAFIESE DEFINISIES

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Linguistics
    In hierdie artikel word daar 'n uiteensetting gegee van die raamgebaseerde ontleding van die semantiese en sintaktiese kenmerke van leksikale items en daar word aangetoon hoe sulke ontledings gebruik kan word om die betekenisbeskrywing in verskillende soorte woordeboeke te verbeter.
  3. KATEGORISERING EN LEKSIKALE VARIASIE IN DIE VELD VAN ETNOBIOLOGIESE NAAMGEWING

    KATEGORISERING EN LEKSIKALE VARIASIE IN DIE VELD VAN ETNOBIOLOGIESE NAAMGEWING

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Linguistics
    Die hoofdoel van hierdie artikel is om 'n teoreties-analitiese model te ontwikkel waarbinne verskillende aspekte van die navorsing oor leksikale variasie in die volksnaamgewing aan plante en diere geintegreer en sistematies ondersoek kan word.
  4. Ethnic Identification as Contributor to the Development of Moral Identity in Child-Headed Households

    Ethnic Identification as Contributor to the Development of Moral Identity in Child-Headed Households

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study explored whether ethnic membership was a core construct in the moral identity development of adolescents in Zulu child-headed households. A convenience sample of 60 participants (31 male and 29 female) were recruited for the study from a mixed...
  5. Changes in markers of bone turnover following urbanisation of black South African women

    Changes in markers of bone turnover following urbanisation of black South African women

    Objectives. To investigate dietary changes occurring with urbanisation of black South African women of different ages and how these changes influence biochemical markers of bone turnover.
  6. New-onset diabetes mellitus after renal transplantation

    New-onset diabetes mellitus after renal transplantation

    Aims. To determine: (i) the incidence of new-onset diabetes mellitus in patients after renal transplantation (NODM); and (ii) the association between NODM and (a) various immunosuppressive regimens, and (b) ethnicity; and (iii) to assess outcomes in terms of morbidity and...
  7. Koranna struggle against the colonial church: the case of Brandewynsfontein

    Koranna struggle against the colonial church: the case of Brandewynsfontein

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    Although Goliath Yzerbek, in his struggle to safeguard the perceived land rights of the Koranna, had to deal with many more obstacles than the colonial church, only the interactions of the Berlin Missionary Society with the Koranna of Brandewynsfontein will...
  8. ‘Vote for real people’: the making of Griqua and Korana identities in Heidedal

    ‘Vote for real people’: the making of Griqua and Korana identities in Heidedal

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    Since the first European settlements in what is now South Africa, various factors have, over centuries, contributed to the near destruction of the social structures, cohesion and identities of the broader Khoekhoe and San communities of the country. The last...
  9. The impact of HIV infection on women receiving radiation for cervical cancer

    The impact of HIV infection on women receiving radiation for cervical cancer

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern African Journal of Gynaecological Oncology
    Background: The objective of the study was to compare patient characteristics, treatment toxicity and interruptions, and survival in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-positive and HIV-negative cervical cancer patients receiving radiation as primary or adjuvant treatment.
  10. A multi-centre, phase IV study to evaluate the steady-state plasma concentration and serum bactericidal activity of a generic teicoplanin preparation

    A multi-centre, phase IV study to evaluate the steady-state plasma concentration and serum bactericidal activity of a generic teicoplanin preparation

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern African Journal of Infectious Diseases
    Introduction: Teicoplanin is an effective treatment option against methicillin-resistant, Gram-positive bacteria, like Staphylococcus aureus. It is a glycopeptide antibiotic, produced through microbial fermentation, a process resulting in variations in the N-acyl side chain. Concerns that these variations may affect the...