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  1. Explicit reading time in chartered accountancy examinations: perceptions of students and lecturers

    Explicit reading time in chartered accountancy examinations: perceptions of students and lecturers

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Accounting Research
    In 2011, the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) changed the structure of the first qualifying examination to include explicit reading time, during which candidates are given the scenario(s) of the paper without giving them the “Required” section. This...
  2. Potential cost savings from generic medicines—protecting the Prescribed Minimum Benefits

    Potential cost savings from generic medicines—protecting the Prescribed Minimum Benefits

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Family Practice
    Background: South Africa has followed a pro-generic policy since the introduction of the National Drug Policy in 1996. The selection processes in the public and private sectors have, however, remained largely disconnected, and at times contradictory. Medicines provided outside of...
  3. Efficacy of outdoor adventure education in developing emotional intelligence during adolescence

    Efficacy of outdoor adventure education in developing emotional intelligence during adolescence

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study was an efficacy evaluation of an outdoor adventure intervention to facilitate emotional intelligence (EI) among adolescents. A pre-post-test design was used. Participants were a convenience sample of 76 Grade 10 learners from a private high school for boys...
  4. An empirical analysis of the external audit fee in the “new” South Africa: The basic model

    An empirical analysis of the external audit fee in the “new” South Africa: The basic model

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Accounting Research
    This paper studies the audit services market in Post Apartheid South Africa. The similarity of audit fee determinants between South Africa and other countries is analysed and the extent to which the large audit fee premium documented in other countries...
  5. Living off the Stony Farm: Address and Diasporic Consciousness in “Shamba la Mawe” by Awilo Mike

    Living off the Stony Farm: Address and Diasporic Consciousness in “Shamba la Mawe” by Awilo Mike

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies
    This article reads diasporic consciousness in the song “Shamba la Mawe” by the Kenyan artiste, Awilo Mike. It takes as its entry point for the reading the fact that Peter, the speaker in the song's lyrics, a Kenyan migrant in...
  6. “<em>Broederbande</em>” [brotherly bonds]: Afrikaner nationalist masculinity and African sexuality in the writings of Werner Eiselen's students, Stellenbosch University, 1930–1936

    “<em>Broederbande</em>” [brotherly bonds]: Afrikaner nationalist masculinity and African sexuality in the writings of Werner Eiselen's students, Stellenbosch University, 1930–1936

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    The importance of Willi Werner Max Eiselen (1899–1977) as the lecturer, supervisor and mentor of the first generation of volkekundiges at Stellenbosch University has been greatly underestimated. He supervised no fewer than 11 MA and doctoral theses in this field...
  7. Thermal optimum: time, intimacy and the elemental in the first thousand days of life

    Thermal optimum: time, intimacy and the elemental in the first thousand days of life

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    “Thermal Optimum” is a collaboration between photographer Nicholas Eppel and anthropologist Fiona C. Ross. Focusing on pregnancy and early childhood, we sought a way to open questions about how the “hard facts” of biology are given force and presence through...
  8. Visual interruptions: a reflection on &ldquo;Thermal optimum: time, intimacy and the elemental in the first thousand days of life&rdquo;

    Visual interruptions: a reflection on &ldquo;Thermal optimum: time, intimacy and the elemental in the first thousand days of life&rdquo;

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    In this commentary, Kharnita Mohamed critically assesses Fiona C. Ross and Nicholas Eppel’s photo essay, “Thermal Optimum: Time, Intimacy and the Elemental in the First Thousand Days of Life.” The essay is published alongside this commentary.
  9. Use of dietary supplements, and awareness and knowledge of the recommended fruit and vegetable intakes and consumption of health food store customers in the Cape Town city bowl

    Use of dietary supplements, and awareness and knowledge of the recommended fruit and vegetable intakes and consumption of health food store customers in the Cape Town city bowl

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Objectives: The objectives of this study were to determine the dietary supplement use and demographic characteristics of customers visiting health food stores in the Cape Town city bowl, and to determine their awareness and knowledge of the recommended fruit and...
  10. “Slow marriage,” “fast <em>bogadi</em>”: change and continuity in marriage in Botswana

    “Slow marriage,” “fast <em>bogadi</em>”: change and continuity in marriage in Botswana

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    Classic work on Tswana marriage emphasises that it is a process of becoming, involving a series of rituals and prestations characterised by a long period of socially productive ambiguity in which the status of the union, the spouses, their children...