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  • Clustered Multi-layer Multi-protocol Wireless Mesh Networks 

    Abdalla, Taha; Rey-Moreno, Carlos; Tucker, William David; Bagula, Antoine (Telkom, 2015)
    Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs) have emerged as an alternative option to the wired networks in areas where wired deployment is unfeasible and/or costly. They have been widely adopted in community networks as these networks ...
  • Co-designing a billing system for voice services in rural South Africa: Lessons learned 

    Rey-Moreno, Carlos; Ufitamahoro, Marie Josee; Venter, Isabella; Tucker, William David (ACM, 2014)
    Access to information and communication technologies re- mains una ordable for many in rural areas despite recent progress in providing voice services to remote communities. The sustainability of alternative technical ...
  • Co-trusteeship and the joint- action rule in South African trust law 

    du Toit, Francois (Elsevier, 2013)
    This article examines the fundamental rule of South African trust law that co-trustees must always act jointly in regard to trust administration. It highlights the rule's foundation, but also contextualizes some of the ...
  • Coaching for publication in higher education: views of the coach 

    Frantz, Jose M.; Phillips, Julie; Rhoda, Anthea (Nova Southeastern University, 2011)
    Purpose: Mentoring is a professional development approach that can be effectively used in improving publication outputs among academics. The challenge to develop academics in the area of publication is essential. This study ...
  • Code-switching: An appraisal resource in TRC testimonies 

    Bock, Zannie (John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2011)
    This article analyses the function that code-switching plays in selected testimonies given at South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission which followed the country's transition to democracy in 1994. In a number of ...
  • Coercive sexual practices and gender-based violence on a university campus 

    Clowes, Lindsay; Shefer, Tamara; Fouten, Elron; Vergnani, Tania; Jacobs, Joachim (Taylor & Francis, co-published with Unisa Press, 2009)
    When a 22-year-old University of the Western Cape (UWC) female student was stabbed to death by her boyfriend (another student) in her room in the university residence on 25 August 2008, the entire campus was left reeling. ...
  • Collaborative research in contexts of inequality: the role of social reflexivity 

    Leibowitz, Brenda; Bozalek, Vivienne; Farmer, Jean; Garraway, James; Herman, Nicoline; Jawitz, Jeff; McMillan, Wendy; Mistri, Gita; Ndebele, Clever; Nkonki, Vuyisile; Quinn, Lynn; van Schalkwyk, Susan; Vorster, Jo-Anne; Winberg, Chris (Springer Verlag, 2017)
    This article reports on the role and value of social reflexivity in collaborative research in contexts of extreme inequality. Social reflexivity mediates the enablements and constraints generated by the internal and external ...
  • Collective bargaining and worker participation 

    Du Toit, Darcy (Juta Law, 2000)
    Introduction: The relationship between collective bargaining and worker participation has two main aspects - • the interaction between collective bargaining as a process (at workplace; sectoral and subsectoral level) and ...
  • Collective efficacy and HIV Prevention in South African Townships 

    Cain, Demetria; Pitpitan, Eileen V.; Mwaba, Kelvin; Eaton, Lisa; Carey, Kate B.; Carey, Michael P.; Mehlomakulu, Vuyelwa; Harel, Ofer; Simbayi, Leickness C.; Kalichman, Seth C. (National Institute of Health, 2013)
    South African townships have high HIV prevalence and a strong need for collective action to change normative sexual risk behaviors. This study investigated the relationship between perceptions of individuals about ...
  • Coming home, coming out: Achmat Dangor's journeys through myth and Constantin Cavafy 

    Field, Roger (Taylor & Francis Group, 2011)
    Despite his international status, the impact of Constantin Cavafy’s poetry on South African letters has gone largely unnoticed. This article draws attention to the range of Cavafy's, influence on the local poets, writers, ...
  • Coming of age? Women's sexual and reproductive health after twenty-one years of democracy in South Africa 

    Cooper, D; Harries, J.; Moodley, J.; Constant, D.; Hodes, R.; Methew, C.; Morroni, C.; Hoffman, M. (2016)
    This paper is a sequel to a 2004 article thet reviewed South Africa's introduction of new sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and rights, laws, policies and programmes, a decade into democracy. Similarly to the previous ...
  • A Commentary on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, Article 3: The Best Interests of the Child 

    Sloth-Nielsen, Julia (Brill Academic Publishers, 2008)
    A book review of 'A Commentary on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, Article 3: The Best Interests of the Child' by Michael Freeman published by Martinus Nijhoff Publishers (The Netherlands), 2007, ...
  • Commentary: new development goals must focus on social determinants of health 

    Legge, David; Sanders, David (BMJ Publishing Group Ltd, 2013)
    Although the millennium development goals (MDGs) addressed some of the starkest manifestations of the contemporary global health crisis, they failed to confront the underlying structures that maintain the crisis, including ...
  • Commodification of transformation discourses and post-apartheid institutional identities at three South African universities 

    Banda, Felix; Mafofo, Lynn (Taylor & Francis, 2015)
    Using mission statements from the UCT, UWC and Stellenbosch University (South Africa), we explore how the three universities have rematerialised prior discourses to rebrand their identities as dictated by contemporary ...
  • A common law hydra emerges from the forum-shopping swamp 

    Du Toit, Darcy (Juta Law, 2010)
  • Common neuromusculoskeletal injuries amongst rock climbers in the Western Cape 

    Wegner, Liezel; Pagel, Jarryd; Smit, Ashley; Straszacker, Aimee; Swart, Sarah; Taft, St John (Health & Medical Publishing Group, 2015)
    BACKGROUND: Rock climbing is an extreme sport that is fast gaining interest in the Western Cape. Due to the physical nature of the sport, climbers often suffer neuromusculoskeletal (NMS) injuries. Physiotherapists are ...
  • Common physical problems among the elderly in the Livingstone district in Zambia: opportunities for physiotherapists 

    Malambo, Pasmore; Marais, Margaret R. (University of the Western Cape, 2006)
    INTRODUCTION: The study identified prevalent physical problems with regard to physiotherapy needs in elderly people in the Livingstone District in Zambia. OBJECTIVES: To identify the physiotherapy needs of common physical ...
  • Commons governance in Southern Africa 

    Hara, Mafaniso; Matose, Frank; Wilson, Doug; Raakjær, Jesper; Magole, Lapologang; Magole, Lefatshe; Demotts, Rachel; Njaya, Friday; Turner, Stephen; Buscher, Bram; Haller, Tobias; Mvula, Peter; Binauli, Lucy; Chabwela, Harry; Kapasa, Cyprian; Mhlanga, Lindah; Nyikahadzoi, Kefasi (PLAAS, University of the Western Cape, 2009-06-28)
    This Policy Brief is based on synthetic studies undertaken by participants in the Cross Sectoral Commons Governance in Southern Africa (CROSCOG) project between 2007 and 2009, funded by the European Commission (European ...
  • Communicating in designing an oral repository for rural African villages 

    Reitmaier, Thomas; Bidwell, Nicola J.; Siya, Masbulele Jay; Marsden, Gary; Tucker, William David (IIMC International Information Management Corporation, 2012)
    We describe designing an asynchronous, oral repository and sharing system that we intend to suit the needs and practices of rural residents in South Africa. We aim to enable users without access to personal computers to ...
  • Communication on sexual issues between migrant males and their partners: a study undertaken in rural South Africa 

    Hughes, Gail; Puoane, Thandi (University of the Western Cape, 2006)
    INTRODUCTION: Women stay alone with their children in rural places while their husbands I partners work away from home for varying periods of time. Such fluctuating migration may cause difficulty in communications and may ...