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  • Multilingualism remixed: Sampling, braggadocio and the stylisation of local voice 

    Williams, Quentin; Stroud, Christopher (Department of General Linguistics, Stellenbosch University., 2013)
    Among the many challenges posed by contexts of social transformation and extensive mobility is the question of how multilingual voice may carry across media, modalities and context. In this paper, we suggest that one ...
  • Multilocus sequence typing methods for the emerging Campylobacter species C. hyointestinalis, C. lanienae, C. sputorum, C. concisus, and C. curvus 

    Miller, William G.; Lastovica, Albert J. (Frontiers Media, 2012)
    Multilocus sequence typing (MLST) systems have been reported previously for multiple food - and food animal-associated Campylobacter species (e.g., C. jejuni, C. coli, C. lari, and C. fetus) to both differentiate strains ...
  • Multimodality, creativity and children's meaning making: drawings, writings, imaginings 

    Bock, Zannie (SUN Journals, 2016)
    This paper uses a case study of two children's drawings, early writings and imaginative role play to illustrate how children use a variety of modes to make meaning in ways which are creative and beyond the design and ...
  • Multimodality, creativity and children’s meaning making: drawings, writings, imaginings 

    Bock, Zannie (Kings College, Univ. of London, 2016)
    This paper uses a case study of two children’s drawings, early writings and imaginative role play to illustrate how children use a variety of modes to make meaning in ways which are creative and beyond the design and ...
  • Multiple regression of GRB luminosity on light-curve properties 

    Koen, Chris (Oxford University Press, 2009)
    Statistical relations between the luminosity L of gamma-ray burster (GRBs) and several of their other observable properties have been discovered. Four of these properties are considered here: the spectral lag; a measure ...
  • Multiplication of Crowns 

    Witbooi, Peter J. (Instituto de Matematica de Bahia Blanca (INMABB-CONICET), 2013)
    It is known that the only nite topological spaces that are H-spaces are the discrete spaces. For a nite poset which is weakly equivalent to an H-space, a generalized multiplication may be found after suitable ...
  • Multivariate comparisons of the period–light-curve shape distributions of Cepheids in five galaxies 

    Koen, Chris; Siluyele, I. (Oxford University Press, 2007)
    A number of published tests suitable for the comparison of multivariate distributions are described. The results of a small power study, based on realistic Cepheid log period – Fourier coefficient data, are presented. ...
  • Municipal case study Sakhisizwe Local Municipality, Eastern Cape 

    Aliber, Michael; Xabadiya, Avuyile (GTAC, 2020-03-31)
    This report presents the municipality case study for Sakhisizwe Local Municipality in the Eastern Cape. The goal of the report is to examine the employment creating potential of land redistribution in Sakhisizwe Local ...
  • Municipal case study: Greater Tzaneen Local Municipality, Limpopo 

    Bunce, Brittany (GTAC, 2020-03-31)
    The report provides a way forward for implementing a labour-intensive small-scale farming approach to land redistribution in the Greater Tzaneen Local Municipality (GTM) 1. The scenario presented in Table 8 of this report, ...
  • Municipal Case Study: Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality KwaZulu – Natal 

    Alcock, Rauri; Geraci, Marisia; Cousins, Ben (2020-03-31)
    This report presents a case study of Inkosi Local Municipality in KwaZulu-Natal. The goal of the report is to examine the employment creation potential of land redistribution in Inkosi Langalibalele, and its cost. The ...
  • Municipal commonage 

    Anderson, Megan; Pienaar, Kobus (Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies, University of the Western Cape, 2004)
    The Municipal Commonage Programme of the Department of Land Affairs (DLA) aims to enable poor residents to access commonage lands in order to supplement incomes and enhance food security. New commonage accounted for 31% ...
  • Municipal commonage 

    Anderson, Megan; Pienaar, Kobus (Institute for Poverty Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS), 2003)
    This paper compares the performance of the Municipal Commonage Programme of the Department of Land Affairs (DLA) with the objectives stated in the White Paper on South African Land Policy (DLA 1997). This paper will review ...
  • Municipal commonage as a form of land redistribution: A case study of the new farms of Leliefontein, a communal reserve in Namaqualand, South Africa 

    Lebert, Tom (Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies, University of the Western Cape, 2004)
    This paper examines the implementation of a quasi-commercial land use system on newly acquired municipal commonage in Leliefontein, a former ‘coloured reserve’ in Namaqualand, Northern Cape. This land has been ...
  • Municipal law making under SPLUMA: A survey of fifteen "first generation" municipal planning by-laws 

    de Visser, Jaap; Poswa, Xavia (Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal, 2019)
    The legal framework for spatial planning and land use management changed with the introduction of the new Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act 16 of 2013 (SPLUMA). SPLUMA facilitates the shift of power over critical ...
  • Municipalities' readiness to comply with treasury's competency requirements 

    Ntliziywana, Phindile (Local Government Bulletin, 2012-06)
    In just under six months, the competency framework in the National Treasury's Minimum Competency Regulations will take full effect. Therefore, the article seeks to urge the National Treasury to be robust in implementing ...
  • The muslim "who has faith" in Leila Aboulela's novels Minaret (2005) and Lyrics Alley (2009) 

    Hunter, Eva (Taylor & Francis, 2013)
    This essay analyses Leila Aboulela's narrative techniques when depicting a Muslim “who has faith” in her two most recent novels. In Minaret she presents religion as a source of strength for her female narrator-protagonist ...
  • Muslim Personal Law - to be or not to be? 

    Moosa, Najma (Juta Law, 1995)
    Introduction: The first Muslims had arrived at the Cape from the Dutch colonies in the East Indies (now Indonesia) and the coastal regions of Southern India from anywhere around 1652-1658. Despite having been granted the ...
  • Muslim Personal Laws affecting children: diversity, practice and implications for a new children's code for South Africa 

    Moosa, Najma (Juta Law, 1998)
    Introduction: Marriage is seen as an institution for, among various objects, the procreation of children. Children in Islam are ideally seen as the fruits of marriage-for mothers as homemakers to love and nurture and for ...
  • MUTI Telehealth 

    Tucker, William David; Vuza, Xolisa; Chetty, Marshini; Blake, Edwin H.; Marsden, Gary; Pearson, Murray; Westerveld, Rudi (2007)
    For four years we have been iteratively evolving MUTI, a rural telehealth system, for hospitals and clinics in a remote rural part of the Eastern Cape in South Africa (Chetty, 2005; Chetty et al., 2003, 2004a; Maunder et ...
  • Mythology and the images of justice 

    De Ville, Jacques (University of California Press, 2011)
    This essay enquires into the depictions of Justice through the ages, as well as the myths surrounding these depictions, more particularly in Egypt, Greece, and Rome, as well as in modern times. The essay departs in significant ...