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    Buys, Matthew (2012-06-14)
    Education is a central socio-economic right that provides the foundation for life-long learning and economic opportunities. Literacy data published by the UNESCO1 Institute for Statistics (UIS) in 2007 shows that the ...
  • Gelb, Stephen (2010-09-16)
    Symptoms of economic crisis - long run economic decline – are now so widespread in South Africa that the existence of such a crisis is increasingly taken for granted in public discussions of the state of the economy and ...
  • Schlemmer, Lawrence (2011-05-09)
    Between 1974 and the time of writing, dramatic political events in the Southern African region have tended to shift the ongoing debate on the economy and change in South Africa somewhat into the background. There has ...
  • Lazar, David (2011-02-14)
    This paper examines some recent contributions to the economic policy of a democratic government.
  • Walker, Clare M. (2012-06-14)
    The overriding policy in editing these papers, as for the proceedings of ICADLA-1 in 2009, has been to retain as much as possible the original “voices” of the contributors, all of whom have presented and written in English ...
  • Baines, Thomas, 1820-1875 (2012-11-20)
    Pencil inscription on sketch: "Gold washing in the rivulet at Eesterling the farm of Mr Edward Button, the Gold Commissioner of Waterberg Marabas County and Zoutpansberg - Transvaal Republic. A small nugget was found this ...
  • Baines, Thomas, 1820-1875 (2012-11-21)
    Pencil inscription on sketch: "Quartz reef discovered by Mr E. Button on his farm Eesteling or first fruits - (Natalia reef)". Diary entry for Dec. 8th (North Goldfields diaries. v.3 p.762) "... another hundred yards more ...
  • Baines, Thomas, 1820-1875 (2012-11-21)
    Pencil inscription on sketch: "Quartz digging on Natalia reef on Mr E. Button's farm Eersteling (or Firstling) - Maraba's Country S-African Republic. Mr Button choosing the first wagon load of quartz to be sent to the ...
  • Baines, Thomas, 1820-1875 (2012-11-22)
    Pencil inscription on sketch: "Long Tom in the rivulet on Mr Buttons farm Eersterling ( or firstling ) about 300 yards from the Natalia Reef. The diary entry for 11th Dec. (Northern Goldfields diaries. v. 3 p. 764 ) reads: ...
  • Baines, Thomas, 1820-1875 (2012-11-22)
    Pencil inscription on text: "Buttonhill 229, Izerberg nearest peak - 264. Part of the Waterberg Range North East of Makepan's- poort - the ridge of the hills or watershed forms the boundary between the Waterberg and ...
  • Kros, Cynthia (2011-02-14)
    The events of 1976 drew attention in no uncertain way to the contention surrounding the language issue, in this case the enforced use of Afrikaans as a partial medium of instruction. It was by no means a new struggle. ...
  • Austen, Ralph (1994-07-13)
    The epic is a political genre whose function is to calibrate the power of the masculine warrior, or aristocracy, at the expense of other social groups. This is the understanding of the African oral narrative the Mende ...
  • McCutcheon, Rob (2011-04-06)
    Unemployment is one of South Africa's most pressing problems. Various solutions to this problem have been proposed. Elsewhere in Africa employment creation programmes have been established within the public sector; in ...
  • Pearson, Patrick (2011-04-20)
    The Rehoboth Gebiet, "homeland" of the Baster people of Namibia, covers an area of about 1.3 million hectares, or three million acres. Located slightly south on the central plateau, it has often been described as including ...
  • Iyob, Ruth (1994-07-13)
  • Unknown author (2012-11-20)
    Original contemporary pen and ink sketch of Eersteling, the first payable gold mine in the Transvaal, established by Edward Button in 1870. From Button Family sources and the Collection of Dennis Godfrey (See Historical ...
  • Hillebrecht, Werner (2012-06-14)
    Digitization has spread world-wide like an infectious disease and no country has been spared. Guidelines, instructions and policies can be found in abundance on the Internet. Nevertheless, it seems that the same mistakes ...

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