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  1. A computer model to predict the structure, performance and feed requirements of a beef herd

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of the Grassland Society of Southern Africa
    Two computer models of beef enterprises are explained. STOCKFLOW generates monthly herd structures based on 13 animal groups, each comprising animals with similar feed requirements, while FEEDNEED computes the feed requirements of each group. These models use the VISICALC program...
  2. Veldtoestand en neiging in Kalahari‐duineveld onder ‘n ekstensiewe veeboerderystelsel

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of the Grassland Society of Southern Africa
    Plantopnames is gedurende 1970 tot 1985 in die Kalahari‐duineveld (Acocks, 1975; Veldtipe no. 16a4) op die proefboerdery‐eenheid Massakloutjie in Noordwes‐Kaapland onderneem. Reënval het gedurende die proefperiode gewissel tussen 111 mm (1982–83) en 593 mm (1973–74). Die totale basale plantebedekking het...
  3. An evaluation of the economic viability of commercial pastoralism in the <em>smaldeel</em> area of the Eastern Cape

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of the Grassland Society of Southern Africa
    Carrying capacity models and financial data from study group farmers were used to derive attainable net revenue per ha on veld in good, moderate and poor condition. From these data, minimum farm sizes required for a reasonable standard of living...
  4. How economic are the farming units of Leliefontein, Namaqualand?

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of the Grassland Society of Southern Africa
    Nomadic pastoralism has been practised in Leliefontein for centuries. In 1984, the area was formally divided into 47 so‐called ‘economic units’ on the assumption that this agricultural approach would (a) promote development in the region and (b) introduce conservation management...
  5. The Reliability of the Dyadic Satisfaction (DS) Subscale in a Low-income Semi-rural South African Community

    The Reliability of the Dyadic Satisfaction (DS) Subscale in a Low-income Semi-rural South African Community

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study investigated the reliability of the Dyadic Satisfaction (DS) subscale of the Dyadic Adjustment Scale (DAS) in a South African setting. One-hundred heterosexual, coloured, low-income, semi-rural couples with a mean age of 43.59 years and limited formal education participated...
  6. Prevalence of Dating Violence and Socioeconomic Status

    Prevalence of Dating Violence and Socioeconomic Status

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    The study examined the prevalence of dating violence and its association with family-of-origin socioeconomic status among a sample of 253 undergraduate students (135 women and 118 men). Participants ranged in age from 18 to 25 years old, were unmarried, were...
  7. Disability grants or antiretrovirals? A quandary for people with HIV/AIDS in South Africa

    Disability grants or antiretrovirals? A quandary for people with HIV/AIDS in South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    According to the Department of Social Development, disability grants are available to adult South African citizens and permanent residents who are incapacitated and unable to work due to illness or disability. A number of people living with HIV/AIDS (PWAs) have...
  8. The economic burden of HIV and AIDS on households in Nigeria

    The economic burden of HIV and AIDS on households in Nigeria

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    The study estimates the economic burden of HIV and AIDS on households in a Nigerian population. The data derive from a cross-sectional survey of households affected by HIV or AIDS in Ife-Ijesa Zone, Osun State, Nigeria. The sample consisted of...
  9. Toward sustainable harvesting of Africa's largest medicinal plant export (<em>Prunus africana</em>): a case study in Tanzania

    Toward sustainable harvesting of Africa's largest medicinal plant export (<em>Prunus africana</em>): a case study in Tanzania

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science
    Global demand for treating prostate disorders with Prunus africana bark extract has made P. africana Africa's largest medicinal plant export. Unsustainable harvesting practices can lead to local extirpations of this multipurpose tree. Survey research targeting P. africana harvesters in a...