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  • Perridge, Allison (Bloemfontein : Central University of Technology, Free State, 2010-12)
    Introduction: Geophagia, generally referred to as earth-eating, occurs in many countries of the world, including African countries such as South Africa. A need was identified to characterize human geophagic habits and the ...
  • Badenhorst, W.; Theron, E. (Central University of Technology, Free State, Bloemfontein: Interim : Interdisciplinary Journal, 2015)
    Innovative software applications may prove to be advantageous in a teaching environment. It has been proven that technological teaching produces better achievement in class and an increased interest in the relevant field ...
  • Mateusi, C.M.; Naong, M.N. (Journal of Social Sciences, 2014)
    Numerous studies show that learners with impairments are generally disadvantaged in their relationships with fellow learners – and some teachers – in mainstream classrooms. In Lesotho, this situation seems, arguably, ...
  • Esterhuizen, Robert (Bloemfontein: Central University of Technology, Free State, 1995)
    Beauty photography has often been considered to be a photographi c direction with only a si ngle dimension namely a pretty face on a photograph. The truth of the ~atter is actually not that simple. In this dissertion ...
  • Kabamba, Juliano M (IFLA: WORLD LIBRARY AND INFORMATION CONGRESS: 74TH IFLA GENERAL CONFERENCE AND COUNCIL, 2008)
    Libraries in Africa are a product of the underdevelopment of the continent. To understand the current state of libraries in Africa it is important to appreciate the broader ramifications of global machinations and, in ...
  • Makura, Alfred Henry (Muziki, 2016)
    The late blind Zimbabwean musician, Paul Matavire, mesmerised his audience with a music genre whose lyrics addressed and continue to address contemporary social issues. His music occupies a prominent place in Zimbabwe’s ...
  • VAN HEERDEN, L.; DUMINY, S.I.; LUWES, N.J. (Journal for New Generation Sciences, 2015)
    This paper investigates the precision of Google™'s Search by Image (SBI) system which lecturers can use to establish a workflow that will combat visual plagiarism in photography programmes. Currently no efficacious ...
  • Mahlomaholo, S. (Journal for New Generation Sciences, Vol 10, Issue 2: Central University of Technology, Free State, Bloemfontein, 2012)
    Why do African learners continue to be underrepresented in the top 20 positions of the Grade 12 examination results, and what can be done to remedy the situation? Yosso's notion of community cultural wealth shows that it ...
  • Mokgatlhe, Phefo L. (Welkom: Central University of Technology, Free State, 2000)
    The purpose of this research was to investigate the essence of Grade 12 teachers' attitude towards the use of Mass-Media Educational Supplements, to textbooks and teachers as well. Firstly, the study sought to examine ...
  • MEDA, LAWRENCE; SWART, ARTHUR JAMES (International Journal of Engineering Education, 2017)
    Industry and accreditation bodies around the world require graduates to be able to demonstrate specific graduate attributes. Universities in this 21st century have responded to that call by embedding graduate attributes ...
  • Mano, M.C.D. (Interim : Interdisciplinary Journal, Vol 7, Issue 1: Central University of Technology Free State Bloemfontein, 2008)
    Personalised funerals are defined as modernised, innovative, customised and specialised types of funerals. Personalised funerals are performed to reflect the individual's life and what he or she has accomplished (Broadbent ...
  • Van Niekerk, A.; Jenkinson, A. (Journal for New Generation Sciences, Vol 9, Issue 2: Central University of Technology, Free State, Bloemfontein, 2011)
    Typography and layout are two powerful graphic tools in print advertising. They are used to arrest the attention of the target market by creating a positive association, a controversy or stimulate some kind of intellectual ...
  • Abuzeinab, Amal; Arif, Mohammed; Kulonda, Dennis J.; Awuzie, Bankole Osita (Built Environment Project and Asset Management, 2016)
    Sustainability has the potential to bring enormous benefits to our built environment. To release this potential, a change in business models is required. The purpose of this paper is to investigate green business models ...
  • Abuzeinab, Amal; Arif, Mohammed; Kulonda, Dennis J.; Awuzie, Bankole Osita (Built Environment Project and Asset Management, 2016)
    Sustainability has the potential to bring enormous benefits to our built environment. To release this potential, a change in business models is required. The purpose of this paper is to investigate green business models ...
  • de Klerk, Bianca; Haarhoff, René (African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, 2014)
    Worldwide, golf is the largest sports-related travel market segment showing tremendous economic growth. Unfortunately, tourism and the so-called ‘green game’ contribute to environmental damage. Golf tourism is a rapidly ...
  • DE KLERK, B; HAARHOFF, R (Journal of Contemporary Management, 2015)
    The beautiful settings found on a golf course hide the true impact it have on the environment. It was important to establish whether golf tourists prefer a golf course and destination that sustain the environment over ...
  • Khandare, PM; Ingle, RD; Tekale, SU; Jadhav, AS; Mashele, S; Kendrekar, PS; Pawar, RP (SF journal of pharmaceutical and analytical chemistry, 2018)
    A simple and green one pot protocol for the synthesis of bioactive pyran annulated heterocyclic compounds at room temperature in ethanol has been developed using lemon peel powder as a catalyst. ...
  • Koko, S.P.; Kusakana, K.; Vermaak, H.J. (IEEE: International Conference on the Domestic Use of Energy (DUE), 2017)
    This paper investigates the operation of different demand sector such as residential, commercial and industrial load profiles when supplied with a grid tied micro-hydrokinetic pumped-hydro storage (MHK-PHS) hybrid system. ...
  • Esterhuizen, Leana; Fossey, Annabel; Potgieter, Elsa (Water S.A., 2015)
    Dairy farms in central South Africa depend mostly on groundwater for domestic needs and dairy activities. Groundwater samples were collected from 37 dairy farms during 2009 and 2013. Sixteen water quality parameters were ...
  • Lategan, Laetus OK (Journal for Christian Scholarship = Tydskrif vir Christelike Wetenskap, 2017)
    This study argues that a healthcare ethic for geriatric patients should include more clearly defined and better guidelines than those currently reflected in conventional medical and bio-ethical protocols. The argument is ...

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