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  1. Self-employability Initiative: Developing a Practical Model of Disabled Students' Self-employment Careers

    Self-employability Initiative: Developing a Practical Model of Disabled Students' Self-employment Careers

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Africa Journal of Management
    This study investigated the self-employability initiatives of disabled university students by presenting a model that would allow the concept to be explained and used easily as a framework for working with students to develop their self-employment careers. A cross-sectional survey...
  2. Innovation characteristics of formal manufacturing firms in Uganda

    Innovation characteristics of formal manufacturing firms in Uganda

    Manufacturing firms ought to innovate in order to stay competitive in a highly liberalised and open economy. This is even more crucial in low income countries, which seek accelerated economic growth and transformation. In this paper, we describe innovation characteristics...
  3. Strengthening primary health care through primary care doctors: the design of a new national Postgraduate Diploma in Family Medicine

    Strengthening primary health care through primary care doctors: the design of a new national Postgraduate Diploma in Family Medicine

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Family Practice
    Strengthening primary health care is a national priority in South Africa, in order to improve quality of care and health outcomes, reduce inequity and to pave the way for National Health Insurance. The World Health Organization and World Health Assembly...
  4. The effect of nitrogen and manganese on the aroma of flue-cured tobacco

    The effect of nitrogen and manganese on the aroma of flue-cured tobacco

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    Several volatile compounds are produced on curing fully aromatic tobacco leaves. In contrast, no volatiles are produced by ‘putty’ leaves. A clear correlation exists between the production of flavour compounds and the retention of structural integrity in the leaves after...
  5. The dough handling properties of two South African wheats with the 1B/1R chromosome translocation

    The dough handling properties of two South African wheats with the 1B/1R chromosome translocation

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    Samples of two hard red spring wheats having the 1B/1R translocation were processed with commercial milling and baking equipment. Dough handling properties were noted following low and high speed mixing of the flours. W83/10 flour was totally unsuited for commercial...
  6. Effect of early-season zinc sprays on ‘Golden Delicious’ apple

    Effect of early-season zinc sprays on ‘Golden Delicious’ apple

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    A factorial field trial was carried out in a ‘Golden Delicious’ apple orchard in the Elgin area to test the hypothesis that early- season zinc (Zn) sprays exacerbate russet, and to determine the stage of development at which Zn sprays...
  7. Effect of timing and method of nitrogen application on rind colour, fruit size, internal fruit quality and <em>yield of ‘Mihowase Satsuma’</em> mandarin (<em>Citrus unshiu</em> Marc.)

    Effect of timing and method of nitrogen application on rind colour, fruit size, internal fruit quality and <em>yield of ‘Mihowase Satsuma’</em> mandarin (<em>Citrus unshiu</em> Marc.)

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    Early rind colour development is a major problem in the production of early-maturing ‘Mihowase Satsuma’ mandarin (Citrus unshiu Marc.) in the Western Cape, South Africa. The effect of different combinations of soil- applied limestone ammonium nitrate and foliar-applied low-biuret urea...
  8. Optimising the extraction of natural flavouring from ‘Satsum’ mandarin (<em>Citrus unshiu</em> Marc.)

    Optimising the extraction of natural flavouring from ‘Satsum’ mandarin (<em>Citrus unshiu</em> Marc.)

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    Approximately 18% of ‘Satsuma’ mandarins produced in the Eastern and Western Cape of South Africa are discarded because of strict export standards. The demand for natural flavourants presented an opportunity to extract a unique flavourant from ‘Satsuma’ mandarin rind for...
  9. How does anybody live in this strange place? A reply to Samantha Vice

    How does anybody live in this strange place? A reply to Samantha Vice

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Philosophy
    Samantha Vice has argued that ‘white’ South Africans are so tainted by the history of racial oppression in their country that they are incapable of attaining a great degree of moral virtue. She recommends that they should live in humility...
  10. Nietzsche’s Questioning

    Nietzsche’s Questioning

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Philosophy
    When Nietzsche is called a radical philosopher, it is (among other reasons) because he claims to call into question what other thinkers take for granted. In the article I concentrate on the way in which Nietzsche asks his questions, and...