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Research Report 2006/07 Contents

Message of the Vice-Chancellor & Principal Professor MW Makgoba Message of the Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research, Knowledge Production and Partnerships Professor JU Jacobs

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Message of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor: Corporate Relations Professor TD Chetty

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Leading Research Centres

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Strategic Initiatives

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South African Research Chairs Initiative (SARChI)

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NRF-Rated Researchers

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Promising Researchers

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Doctoral Graduates 2006

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Doctoral Graduates 2007

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Fellows of the University

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Most Prolific Researchers

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Featured Researchers

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Research Grants and Contracts 2006

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Research Grants and Contracts 2007

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Statutory and External Income

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Department of Education (DOE) Accredited Publications 2006

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The Premier University of African Scholarship Professor MW Makgoba

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The strength of the research endeavour at the University of KwaZulu-Natal is a measure of its success as an institution. The quality of the work done by all its researchers, senior as well as upcoming and younger researchers, in the sciences as well as the wider humanities, gives one ample reason for believing in the future of UKZN as a major South African research university, and one whose larger research endeavour relates both to national research priorities and international developments. Today’s fundamental investigations will provide tomorrow’s knowledge, and it is this that will determine the quality of life for the generations to come, and on which they can base their opportunities and hope for the future.

Research at UKZN provides a unique insight into the ways in which the separate components of the University’s Mission are realised: what it means to be a truly South African University; how academic excellence is premised on innovative research and how this is benchmarked; how research can and should be informed by critical engagement with society; and how scholarship that has been constrained in the past by an oppressive history now needs to be driven by a transformative postcolonial, post-apartheid agenda that addresses the inequities of that past and its many legacies of disadvantage.

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Conversely, its engagement with its immediate social and physical context is also approached through the lens of the best of international knowledge. African scholarship, as practised at UKZN and exemplified by our leading researchers, is both local and global. It is driven by local realities and observations and relates to the challenges we face as a society. It includes among its criteria for excellence those of relevance and benefits for the communities it serves, and it operates in an academic climate of unqualified freedom of inquiry and freedom to publish.

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I believe that in its real commitment to each of these aspects of the University’s Mission, research at UKZN continues to give meaning and substance to the University’s Vision of being a Premier University of African Scholarship. This is not simply modish rhetoric: African scholarship is what we do, and do best, at UKZN. At its most responsible, such scholarship is conscious of where it is located and explicitly positions itself in relation to the region and the communities that it is engaged with. It is grounded without being parochial, and brings its deep understanding of local conditions and indigenous epistemologies to bear on global issues.

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Pre-eminence in Research Professor J U Jacobs

In 2006/2007 the University of KwaZulu-Natal continued to give meaning and substance to its definition of itself as a research-led university with a vision to be the Premier University of African Scholarship. The University is committed to the practice of scholarship that addresses the inequities of the past and discards irrelevant structures and programmes in favour of more appropriate ones for a democratic, African and South African context. Such scholarship is premised on research that is both local and global in its outlook, research that not only bases itself in an understanding of indigenous knowledges and circumstances from which to investigate global issues but also brings the best international perspectives to bear on its consideration of the region and the communities that it serves.

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The University has also distinguished itself in terms of national criteria of research excellence. By 2007, UKZN had secured seven of the prestigious South African Research Chairs in the National Research Foundation South African Research Chairs Initiative. They are Professor Nceba Gqaleni (Chair in Indigenous Health Care Systems), Professor Steve Johnson (Chair in Evolutionary Biology), Professor Sunil Maharaj (Chair in Gravitating Systems), Professor Thumbi Ndung’u (Chair in Systems Biology of HIV and AIDS), Professor Francesco Petruccione (Chair in Quantum Information Processing and Communication), Professor Dorrit Posel (Chair in Economic Development), and Professor Deresh Ramjugernath (Chair in Fluorine Process Engineering and Separations Technology).

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Our claim to being a leading research-led South African university was supported in 2006 and 2007 by a number of clear indicators. The University’s publication output of accredited journal articles, books, chapters in books and refereed conference proceedings has gone from strength to strength since 2004, with the 2007 audit of 1083.71 publication units for 2006 by the Department of Education – the second-highest figure for all universities and science councils in the country - showing a remarkable increase of nearly 50% over the three-year period. This success can be attributed to the University’s strategic drive to encourage all its academics to engage in research and publication, which is supported by a generous productivity award scheme. Interestingly, the Faculties that have made the greatest contribution to the University’s overall publication – in equal portions - are the Faculty of Science and Agriculture and the Faculty of Humanities, Development and Social Sciences.

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National Research Foundation

Researchers at UKZN have also engaged more fully with the evaluation and rating system of the National Research Foundation (NRF), which provides a benchmark for research standing. By opening themselves to evaluation by their peers, nationally and internationally, researchers at UKZN are now among the relatively small number of rated researchers in South Africa whose work has impact not only in South Africa but also internationally. It is particularly gratifying that more researchers from the humanities and social sciences are participating in the rating scheme. By 2007, 137 academics at UKZN had succeeded in being rated. As an additional incentive to researchers to apply for rating and so further benefit from the funding opportunities that this affords, the University has also introduced a research incentive award for being rated. The University has moreover become the most successful participant of all South African universities in the NRF Thuthuka Programme. In 2007, the total NRF award amounted to R5,638,810, which was matched by the University with another R5,029,719. Participation in this research capacity development programme has been from across the whole spectrum of the University, and members of staff from most of the Faculties have been recipients of substantial grants from the Thuthuka Programme.

Particular research expertise and strength is focused around the many Research Centres, Institutes and Units of the University that engage with the one issue that demands and absorbs, as does perhaps no other, the research expertise of many of the best scientists in Africa and worldwide - in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Public Health, Epidemiology and

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The University is reliant for the major source of its research income on external grants and contracts for research projects. In 2007, the Research Office processed new grants and contracts alone to the value of R614 million, many of which also include research training and capacity development. And, once again, the UKZN Foundation managed to raise in excess of R100 million from donors for research and development activities.

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The research success of the University is of course also dependent on the resources made available to its researchers and researchers-in-training by the University itself from the research support budget, which in 2007 amounted to approximately R42 million (including research development equipment). In addition to its Research Incentive Scheme of productivity awards paid directly to researchers for their accredited research publications, the University’s Competitive Grant Scheme is designed to assist members of staff completing their doctoral degrees and also to enable new members of staff to establish themselves as UKZN-affiliated researchers who can then also benefit from the productivity award scheme. On a similar competitive basis, the University’s Postdoctoral Fellowship programme makes provision for long-term, two-year postdoctoral fellowships as well as for shorter-term, six-month postdoctoral grants to enable newly graduated PhDs to convert their theses into publications.

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Biomolecular Sciences: the HIV and AIDS pandemic that is devastating South African and African society. Professor Salim Abdool Karim’s Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research in South Africa (CAPRISA), with its major external funding and national and international collaborations, provides an example of how scholarship in Africa can draw on and benefit from external resources to develop essential research in a local and global context. The same is true of the Health Economics and AIDS Research Division (HEARD), led by Professor Alan Whiteside, and of the Africa Centre under Professor Marie-Louise Newell.

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South Africans collaborating with other Africans to find solutions to the shared problems of Africa: this is the common denominator of those research groups that grapple with the challenge of meeting the food security needs of our continent and of developing sustainable rural livelihoods. Professor Mark Laing’s Africa Centre for Crop Improvement provides a model for integrating its research on staple foods with the training of postgraduate students from all over Africa, as does Professor Sheryl Hendriks’s African Centre for Food Security, which, with its Africa-wide and international network of partnerships, has been appointed as the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Centre of Excellence for Vulnerability Assessment and Alleviation.

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The generation of new knowledge by Africans, about Africans, and for Africans: this scholarly ethos also informs the work of important research centres in the wider humanities at UKZN. The Centre for African Literary Studies, under Professor Mbulelo Mzamane, on the Pietermaritzburg Campus has been consolidating its research with a programme of workshops and conferences around its unique Lindfors Collection of African literature, an African studies research resource that is unequalled anywhere. The Centre for Civil Society under Professor Patrick Bond, with its programme of research and seminars as well as its outstanding publication output, has become known as the leading academic-based centre in Africa devoted to citizens’ initiatives for social and environmental justice. The Sinomlando Centre for Oral History and Memory Work in Africa, founded by Professor Philippe Denis on the Pietermaritzburg Campus, is dedicated to recovering through oral testimonies the histories of people in all sectors of society, and especially to address through the Memory Box Programme the psycho-social needs of children affected by HIV and AIDS. And the Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity investigates, under the leadership of Professor Gerhard Maré, issues around race and racism, both under and after apartheid, and the ways in which race and identity are involved in the processes of nation- and citizenship-building. The concept of African scholarship is given further definition by a wide spectrum of research at UKZN, and comprises amongst others, at the top end of the scale, work as diverse as that of our A-rated researchers: Professor Patricia Berjak, in

cyropreservation of seeds and recalcitrant germplasm; Professor Rob Gous, in poultry science, and Professor Michael Chapman, in South African literary studies. African scholarship further encompasses the work of Professor Steve Reid’s Centre for Rural Health; the negotiation between the indigenous knowledge systems of African traditional healers and of Western medical research by Professor Nceba Gqaleni, and the research into the systems biology of HIV and AIDS by Professor Thumbi Ndung’u. It is equally represented by Professor Thenjiwe Magwaza’s expansion of her research into the symbolic significance of the traditional cultural dress of Zulu women into African and international debates about gender and feminism, as well as by Professor Fambirai Takawira’s work on telecommunications in Africa. And in the School of Physics, the Quantum Technologies research group, headed by Professor Francesco Petruccione, is not only contributing to the development of a national profile in quantum technologies but, more immediately, has been involved with the eThekwini Metro Council in rolling out an unbreakable quantum cryptography security system on its IT network. But identification of these scholars is highly selective, even random; many others must remain unmentioned here. African scholarship is, furthermore, flagged by the titles of the no fewer than 20 accredited scholarly journals edited and published in the College of Humanities (surely no other Faculty, let alone University, in the country can match this?), each of which identifies its disciplinary or interdisciplinary concern from a South African perspective. And an ever-growing body of scholarship that qualifies as having an African focus and orientation is to be found in an extremely wide and diverse range of masters and doctoral research projects being undertaken in all Faculties at UKZN. The whole research endeavour of UKZN depends not only on the passion for research and the brilliance of the researchers themselves, but also on the dedication of all the administrators, technicians and students who make it possible for the University for maintain its excellent research profile both nationally and internationally. There are, of course, ongoing challenges presented to our researchers, but there are as many opportunities, and the University is committed to providing its researchers with every possible support to realize these.

Professor JU Jacobs Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research, Knowledge Production and Partnerships

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Local Relevance – International Recognition Professor TD Chetty

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One of the major achievements of the merger is the fact that the University of KwaZuluNatal has managed to consolidate its position as one of South Africa’s leading research institutions. It is the second most research-productive university, it is classified amongst South Africa’s “Big Five” universities and was recently ranked as one of three African universities amongst the World’s Top 500. These are no mean achievements considering the dynamic and potentially volatile context within which this was achieved.

The vision of UKZN to be the Premier University of African Scholarship has acted as a framework within which to generate high-level knowledge at the local level, and thus enter the global knowledge system on the basis of this local legitimacy. New approaches to developing strategic partnerships have emerged, substantial resources for the performance of research have come into the University through grants and contracts, and a set of research initiatives has been identified that act as the interface between the activities of the University and the needs of development. Examples of such research initiatives are to be found in the fields of HIV and AIDS, Economic Development, Water and Waste Management and Sustainable Rural Livelihoods. Most significant, however, from the perspective of productivity, is that the research output of the University, in terms of publications recognised for subsidy purposes, has increased significantly over the short life of the institution to the point where UKZN is one of the most respected research institutions in the country. The new University can legitimately claim to be a researchled institution, with a firmly entrenched culture of research grounded in the daily realities facing the citizenry.

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Professor TD Chetty Pro-Vice-Chancellor: Corporate Relations

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Breaking down the apartheid divide through the creation of a unified, stable, financially sustainable and scholastically productive institution has indeed been the success of UKZN. This publication bears testimony to such success by highlighting UKZN’s major research thrusts, top researchers, grants received and presents the full list of 2006 and 2007 accredited publications.

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The Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research in South Africa (CAPRISA) A multi-institutional team led by Professor Salim Abdool Karim, CAPRISA was founded in July 2002 with funding from the United States National Institutes of Health, by the Universities of KwaZulu-Natal, Cape Town, Western Cape, Columbia University and the National Institute for Communicable Diseases.

Pathogenesis: Longitudinal studies on acute HIV infection, focusing on viral genetics, host genetics, humoral & cellular immunology associated with viral set point and disease progression.

Prevention: Randomized control trials of the safety and efficacy of Tenofovir microbicide gel and Ad5 Merck vaccine in preventing HIV infection.

Treatment: Clinical trials to assess strategies for the integration of TB and HIV treatment.

ASTROPHYSICS AND COSMOLOGY RESEARCH UNIT The Astrophysics and Cosmology Research Unit is a new centre based at UKZN. The broad goals of the Unit are to:

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Promote research in astrophysics and cosmology thereby advancing understanding of the universe and the diverse range of structures it contains.

Increase awareness of astrophysics and cosmology by informing the public of latest developments in these fields.

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Epidemiology: Cross-sectional and longitudinal studies on the evolving HIV epidemic, in particular, the risks of incident HIV in young women in rural South Africa.

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CAPRISA’s goal is to develop and undertake globally relevant and locally responsive AIDS research, to build local research infrastructure through cores of expertise and to provide training through research fellowships tenable both in South Africa and the United States. The research programme comprises:

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The Unit aims to achieve these goals through:

A strong research programme centred around academic staff, postdoctoral researchers, postgraduate students, affiliated researchers and visitors. Regular colloquia, technical seminars and journal club meetings,as well as the organisation of larger workshops and conferences. Stronger links with local institutions and collaborations with leading international research groups. The Unit identifies strongly with the recognition of astronomy as a focus area in South Africa.

The South African Government has jointly funded the construction of the Southern African Large Telescope (HYPERLINK “http://www.salt. ac.za/” \nSALT) and is strongly backing the South African bid to host the Square Kilometer Array (HYPERLINK “http://www.ska.ac.za/” \nSKA). The Unit aims to make a significant scientific contribution to these facilities as well as the national endeavour to advance astronomy.

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Led by Professor Alan Whiteside, HEARD is a self funded Unit. It is a UNAIDS Collaborating Centre and also the Secretariat for the World Bank’s Economic Reference Group. It conducts research on the socio-economic aspects of public health, especially the HIV and AIDS pandemic. Its mission is to inspire health and development strategies that improve the welfare of people in and beyond Africa. To that end, HEARD uses an integrated approach and abides by the ethos of sharing knowledge and transferring skills. In 2006, HEARD moved from a project to a programme-based research agenda. The two current programmes are:

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What are the key driving forces behind the pandemic and its various impacts in Africa?

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At any one time, HEARD has 20-25 linked projects in progress. The international scope of HEARD’s work is characterised by cross-country studies, its presence on global platforms and, in southern Africa, via a regional research partnership and capacity building network that it has established with other research organisations.

THE AFRICA CENTRE The Africa Centre has its headquarters at Somkhele within the Hlabisa sub-district under Umkhanyakude District Municipality in northern KwaZulu-Natal. It has access to laboratories and offices based at UKZN’s Doris Duke Medical Research Institute in Durban. Professor Marie-Louise Newell has been at the helm as the Director since 2005. The Centre was established in 1997 by the former University of Natal and the University of Durban-Westville (now UKZN); the South African Medical Research Council, and the UK-based charity, the Wellcome Trust. At its inception, the Centre was created to conduct and support research, addressing pressing population and reproductive health questions affecting people in sub-Saharan Africa. The latter focus changed in 2002, to more accurately reflect the broader range of health research conducted at the Centre. Hence its current name, the Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies. The Centre’s mission is to conduct policy-relevant health and population research, in an ethical manner, in partnership with the community in which it works and to enhance the capacity of the people of subSaharan Africa to do research. Over the past few years, the Centre has started to evolve from a research Centre focused on description to one focused on intervention and treatment. The detailed knowledge of the local population, based on the Africa Centre Demographic Information System that follows 90 000 household members, both resident and non-resident, in addition to the well-resourced Hlabisa Health Subdistrict Anti-Retroviral Treatment (ART) programme places the Africa Centre in a unique position to answer its primary research question: What is the long-term impact for the population of a well-functioning and comprehensive ART in a resource-poor, rural setting.

These programmes seek to answer three ‘big’ questions that encapsulate key scientific and practical concerns about development in the context of HIV and AIDS:

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It is the implementing agency for the Framework for African Food Security (FAFS) and co-ordinates and provides assistance to regional economic commissions and countries in the identification of priorities for food security investment, policy and programming planning, implementation and monitoring through strategic and practical technical support, research evidence building and capacity development. The Centre has the second largest postgraduate programme in the Faculty of Science and Agriculture and has raised R4 915 000 for research and capacity development in Africa over the past year.

The Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity (ccrri) The Centre for Critical Research on Race and Identity facilitates the study of race thinking and changing identities so as to improve understanding of, and stimulate public dialogue about, the various bases for perceptions of human diversity and difference (see http:// ccrri.ukzn.ac.za). The Centre uses South Africa as a complex, multi-layered backdrop to study, and suggest practical solutions to local and global issues of race and identity. Its ultimate goal is to contribute towards social justice and tolerance of human difference, and to confirm and explore that which humans share, in this country and elsewhere. UKZN’s decision to establish the Centre takes its lead directly from the vision and ideals enshrined in the South African Constitution. The Founding Provisions in the first chapter of the Constitution commit the nation to “human

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The Centre was established on the basis of an extensive prior planning and a feasibility study supported by the Ford Foundation. The University has committed significant resources to ensuring its success.

CENTRE FOR HIV/AIDS NETWORKING (HIVAN) The research arm of the Centre for HIV/AIDS Networking (HIVAN) is directed by Professor Eleanor Preston-Whyte. It has a varied research profile in the social and community aspects of HIV and AIDS. HIVAN personnel are currently working closely with medical researchers at the McCord Hospital in Overport, Durban, designing projects largely to answer the questions raised by the treatment and care of patients attending the hospital, and particularly those on ARV treatment. Four HIVAN researchers are completing and publishing the findings of their research in rural areas surrounding Durban. The Centre collaborates in most of its studies with international colleagues who assist in training young local researchers with whom HIVAN publishes regularly in South African and international journals.

AFRICAN CENTRE FOR CROP IMPROVEMENT The vision of the African Centre for Crop Improvement (ACCI) is: Africans solving Africa’s food problems in Africa. The Director of the ACCI is Professor Mark Laing. His research interests include plant breeding, biological control agents and the use of silicon in agriculture. The ACCI funded by AGRA (a consortium of the Rockefeller and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundations), is a Unit within the Faculty of Science and Agriculture which has a mandate to train 80 African PhD students in plant breeding. These students train for two years at the ACCI, then return home to undertake three years of field research, breeding African food security crops, using conventional and biotechnological tools. The focus is on the breeding of key food crops (cereals, roots and tubers and pulses) for increased drought tolerance, yield and quality, improving food security in several African countries including Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Mali, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.

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By facilitating and conducting professional training and trans-disciplinary research, and through targeted information dissemination and informed advocacy, the Centre seeks to establish, support and sustain a critical mass of personnel, as well as a network of collaborating institutions and organisations, equipped to lead effective food security policy and practice across the sub-continent. The ACFS is the African Union/ New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) lead agency for Food Security and has led the development and consultation of the Comprehensive African Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) Framework for African Food Security (FAFS) - the policy framework that guides interventions and investment for CAADP Pillar III- and as the lead institution for food security capacity development in SADC.

By leading a trans-disciplinary research agenda and building durable scholarly capacity, through facilitating and initiating collaborative and comparative, historically-located research, the Centre develops public understanding, stimulates constructive dialogue, and aims to guide policy formulation. It hosts research scholars at its excellent premises, where regular seminars are also held.

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The African Centre for Food Security (ACFS’s) mission is to contribute towards eradicating food deprivation and promoting sustainable livelihoods among people and nations of sub-Saharan Africa. The Centre is the only institution internationally providing accredited capacity development for food security research and policy analysis.

dignity, the achievement of equality and the advancement of human rights and freedoms” and to “non-racialism and non-sexism”.

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Strategic research areas have been identified by the University of KwaZulu-Natal. These are

Development, Water, Forestry and Conservation. In addition to these, the full spectrum of research – from curiosity-driven to applications-based and participatory action research – is undertaken at the University. There is a strong emphasis on teamwork. Senior academics take pride in the mentorship they provide to graduate students.

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already made an impact on global research trends. These areas are HIV and AIDS, Economic

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areas where expertise has been built up over a long period of sustained research involving

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HIV and AIDS

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As the pre-eminent academic institution in the epicentre of the HIV epidemic in South Africa, UKZN has taken up the challenge of providing leadership in the response to HIV and AIDS, and of undertaking research to enhance and strengthen the broader societal response to HIV and AIDS. This leadership role in research and a groundbreaking comprehensive AIDS programme for students and staff serve as the cornerstone of the University’s AIDS Plan.

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HEARD

(HIV ECONOMIC AND RESEARCH DIVISION): Since 1998, HEARD has grown under the leadership of Professor Alan Whiteside to become a well established Unit with several international and local projects that investigate the socio-economic impact of AIDS.

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(HIV/AIDS VACCINE ETHICS GROUP): Based in the School of Psychology and led by Professor Graham Lindegger, HAVEG conducts research and training on the ethical aspects of HIV vaccine trials.

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(HIV PATHOGENESIS PROGRAMME): A leading research group in the Doris Duke Medical Research Institute led by Professors Bruce Walker and Thumbi Ndung’u, this programme conducts research into HIV immunology and pathogenesis. HPP has a vibrant post-graduate training programme.

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(CENTRE FOR THE AIDS PROGRAMME OF RESEARCH IN SOUTH AFRICA): CAPRISA is a multi-institutional team, led by Professor Salim Abdool Karim, undertaking research on HIV epidemiology, pathogenesis, prevention and treatment. Funded mainly by the US National Institutes for Health, CAPRISA has a large Fellowship Training Programme.

Africa Centre: Based in Hlabisa and the Doris Duke Medical Research Institute, this Centre conducts community-based research on HIV epidemiology, prevention and treatment. Major areas of research in the Africa Centre, led by Professor Marie-Louise Newell, are demographic surveillance and the role of breast feeding in mother-to-child transmission of HIV.

(ENHANCING CARE INITIATIVE): Led by Professor Umesh Lalloo, this Unit participates in the NIHfunded network of Units conducting trials of therapeutics for HIV infection and its complications in children and adults. In addition, ECI conducts training programmes for doctors and nurses on clinical AIDS management.

THE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY - SOUTHERN AFRICAN FOGARTY AIDS TRAINING AND RESEARCH PROGRAMME: This training and research programme, led by Professor Quarraisha Abdool Karim, builds scientific capacity in HIV and AIDS and Tuberculosis research in several countries in Southern Africa to enhance continuing efforts to counter the HIV and AIDS and TB epidemics.

VICTOR DAITZ CHAIR IN HIV/AIDS RESEARCH: The current incumbent in this Chair is Professor Hoosen Coovadia, who is an international leader in mother-to-child transmission of HIV.

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The University’s AIDS Strategic Research Initiative includes several well-established HIV research groups and projects:

Headed by Professor Eleanor Preston-Whyte, HIVAN facilitates networking in HIV and AIDS related research and training.

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Partnerships include networking and collaborating with AIDS researchers within UKZN, at other South African academic institutions and around the world. In developing partnerships at a global level, the University strives to nurture international institutional partnerships, such as the long-standing relationship with Columbia and Harvard Universities.

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Economic Development Integral to UKZN’s mission is a strategic thrust towards research and knowledge production that expresses itself in practical interventions for the upliftment of the wider South African society. Economic development is a national priority and the University makes full and innovative use of its existing capacity in this regard.

The main focus of the Economic Development Strategic Research Initiative (EDSRI) is to strengthen and enhance applied and policy-relevant research in the field of economic development. Initiated in June 2003, the EDSRI is led by Professor Vishnu Padayachee from the School of Development Studies and managed by representatives of Economics and Finance, Sociology, Development Studies, Economic History Agribusiness, Cultural and Heritage Tourism and HEARD. In its structure, the EDSRI aims to cover the interests of UKZN academic members across all the University’s campuses in the area of economic development. The role of each steering committee member has been to ensure that progress within the EDSRI is reported to academics across as large a number of schools as possible; to engage a broad interest and stake the EDSRI and to provide feedback as to how to move the research initiative forward.

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EDSRI focuses on racial, gender, urban-rural economic and livelihood inequalities in South Africa, and continues to ask what the relationship is between the growth and spatial distribution of the public and private economic sectors. This research encompasses the formal and informal economy, the nature of poverty, the characteristics of poor areas, and socio-economic empowerment.

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Early in 2004 the EDSRI sponsored a Stata training course – a statistical programme for data analysis, for staff and students. The course aimed to improve researchers’ familiarity with the software necessary to access and process data.

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Water UKZN is an internationally acknowledged leader in multidisciplinary and multi-sectoral water research. Water-related research is undertaken in several Faculties and University-based projects and research programmes.

A new project to provide background information for the permitting of industrial wastewaters flowing into domestic sewage works was initiated. Ongoing research for the Water Research Commission, Eskom and Sasol is continuing.

The School of Biological and Conservation Sciences studies biological limnology with particular reference to man-made lakes and integrated catchment management.

The School of Bioresources Engineering and Environmental Hydrology focuses on process studies, land-use impacts, design hydrology and integrated water resource assessment.

The Institute for Natural Resources (INR) is an associate institute of the University. It provides applied research into and management of water resources, decision support tools for estuaries, fresh water management and water conservation.

In addition to these larger water research groups there are several other initiatives notably on wetlands, community interactions and sanitation, estuary-related research, radar rainfall relationships and flood forecasting, and water and public health. Research grants in the field of water total about R20 million a year from international funders including the Ford Foundation, the European Union and UNESCO.

2006/07

The Pollution Research Group (PRG) has expanded its activities into municipal water and wastewater management as a result of the Memorandum of Agreement between the eThekwini Municipality Water and Sanitation and the University. The city is the focus of attention of a multidisciplinary team of engineers, biologists, political scientists and community medical professionals. Activities include participation in two European Union research projects related to membrane bioreactors and in identifying and disseminating best practice of water and sanitation supply to unserved communities. Sanitation projects are being undertaken on pit latrines and urine diversion toilets. The research on the anaerobic baffled reactor process has internationally recognized collaborative research projects being undertaken in South-East Asia and Africa. A UNEP/UNIDO project on the water efficiency in African breweries was successfully completed.

R E P O R T

The Soil-Plant-Atmosphere Continuum Research Unit, led by Professor Michael Savage of the School of Environmental Sciences, specialises in micrometeorology and agrometeorology (plant-water and soil-water relations). The Unit has a major research thrust in the investigation of the balance of energy above various surfaces. This internationally-recognised research emphasises the use of various methods for the measurement of evaporation, sensible heat and, more recently, carbon dioxide fluxes above surfaces. Most of this research is funded by the Water Research Commission. The agrometeorological techniques used and research programmes include: evaporation measurement studies, fire ecology, eddy covariance research, surface layer scintillometer research, Bowen ratio research, surface renewal research, the impact of global climate change on maize grain yields, research on systems for the measurement and modelling of surface energy and water transport and radiation in the soil-plant-atmosphere system as well as in-service training programmes.

R E S E A R C H

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South African Research Chairs Initiative (SARChI)

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Professor Deresh Ramjugernath ramjuger@ukzn.ac.za The former Head of the School of Chemical Engineering, Professor Deresh Ramjugernath, has been awarded the Research Chair in Fluorine Process Engineering and Separation Technology. Professor Ramjugernath is contributing to the South African Government’s Fluorine Expansion Initiative (FEI) by researching and developing this country’s fluorinated products including pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals. Although South Africa possesses the second largest supply of fluorspar, it currently imports all its fluorinated products. His activities as the Chair will be directly linked with two major companies: the Nuclear Energy Corporation of South Africa and SASOL.

Professor Sunil Maharaj maharaj@ukzn.ac.za Award-winning academic, Professor Sunil Maharaj, is the recipient of the Research Chair in Gravitating Systems valued at R12,5 million for a period of five years. Professor Maharaj, the Director of the Astrophysics and Cosmology Research Unit in the School of Mathematical Sciences, focuses his primary research on the modeling of astrophysical processes in stars and the mathematics of large scale dynamics in cosmology. His outstanding contribution to science and technology is manifested in his work on gravitational forces within the context provided by Einstein’s theory of general relativity. These works include exact solutions of the Einstein Field equations, the structure of ultra compact stars and the evolution of radiating matter.

2006/07

Leading medical scientist at the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, Professor Nceba Gqaleni, occupies the Chair in Indigenous Health Care Systems and conducts basic and applied research into traditional medicine and African Health Care Systems. The Chair will - through research - contribute to developing scientifically-proven African traditional medicines and also to the institutionalisation of the African traditional health care system. Various projects currently exist and include the United States government-funded Biomedical and Traditional Healing Collaboration on HIV and AIDS. This serviceorientated intervention works with a large group of traditional health practitioners trained at the Medical School to enhance their ability to respond to the HIV and AIDS epidemic.

CHAIR IN GRAVITATING SYSTEMS

R E P O R T

Professor Nceba Gqaleni gqalenin@ukzn.ac.za

CHAIR IN FLUORINE PROCESS ENGINEERING AND SEPARATION TECHNOLOGY

R E S E A R C H

CHAIR IN INDIGENOUS HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS

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South African Research Chairs Initiative

CHAIR IN SYSTEMS BIOLOGY OF HIV AND AIDS

The Research Chair in Systems Biology was awarded to molecular virologist, Professor Thumbi Ndung’u of the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine whose research focuses on biological mechanisms underlying HIV and AIDS pathogenesis. A Harvard graduate, Professor Ndung’u is interested in the development of biomedical interventions which can be used in resource-poor environments to stop the spread of HIV and AIDS. Professor Ndung’u’s work is a research programme that investigates the interplay between human genetic factors, viral factors and the resultant immune responses. In order to develop novel drugs or vaccines, it is important to understand how HIV-1 interacts with the human host, ultimately leading to infection or disease. The research focuses on understanding disease pathogenesis, particularly in the context of the severe HIV epidemic in Africa. He was responsible for the development of the first full-length infectious clone of HIV-1C from Africa - an extremely important reagent for detailed genetic studies of this strain. HIV-1C is the most common strain of the disease.

Professor Steven Johnson johnsonsd@ukzn.ac.za Prominent academic and researcher Professor Steven Johnson of the School of Biological and Conservation Sciences has been awarded the Research Chair in Evolutionary Biology - valued at R7, 5 million - for a five-year period. His research in the field of evolutionary biology is focused on plant pollinator interactions. The interactions between flowers and their pollinators are not only important for seed production of wild plants and crops but have also been instrumental in the evolution of the spectacular diversity of the world’s flowering plants. Professor Johnson has contributed significantly to the understanding of the evolutionary diversification of plants in southern Africa and also the ecological requirements that plants have for their reproduction.

CHAIR IN QUANTUM INFORMATION PROCESSING AND COMMUNICATION Professor Francesco Petruccione petruccione@ukzn.ac.za Professor Francesco Petruccione, who is the Director of UKZN’s Research Group on Quantum Technology, is the recipient of the Research Chair in Quantum Information Processing and Communication. The research interests of Professor Petruccione, a highly-acclaimed researcher and the author of several books, include open quantum systems, decoherence, quantum information processing and communication, statistical physics and Monte Carlo methods.

R E S E A R C H

R E P O R T

2006/07

Professor Thumbi Ndung’u ndungu@ukzn.ac.za

CHAIR IN EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY

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CHAIR IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

R E P O R T R E S E A R C H

Professor Dori Posel hopes to use the opportunities provided by the Research Chair in Economic Development to foster intra- and inter-institutional collaboration, and to strengthen particularly empirical and micro-econometric research skills. Professor Posel has been the recipient of numerous research awards and fellowships including the ViceChancellor’s Research Award in 2005 and a P-rating by the NRF in 2001. Her areas of specialisation include migration, labour markets, household behaviour, and household survey design and analysis. She has published widely on research relating to labour migration and remittance behaviour; changes in labour force participation and employment; the determinants of earnings; and intra-household allocation. The overall research objective of the Research Chair in Economic Development is to explore the interface between households and labour markets in South Africa, advancing knowledge across a range of socio-economic areas, including those relating to marriage, migration, child care, household survival strategies and resource sharing, labour force participation and employment. The research is integral to evaluating the experiences of economic development among individual South Africans and to assessing economic and social policy that seeks to reduce poverty and increase well being.

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Professor Dori Posel posel@ukzn.ac.za

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R E P O R T

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NRF – Rated Researchers

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NRF A-RATED RESEARCHERS

PROFESSOR MICHAEL CHAPMAN

[A]

Michael Chapman, Professor of English was UKZN’s first NRF A-rated researcher in the arts and social sciences. The rating indicates that Professor Chapman is recognised by his peers as a world leader in his field of South African and African literature. Professor Chapman has produced major works on, among others, the poets Roy Campbell and Douglas Livingstone, the new black poets of the 1970s, and the Drum short story writers of the 1950s. His study: South African English Poetry: A modern perspective (1984) won the Sanlam Award for literary criticism. His literary history Southern African Literatures (1996) received the prestigious Bill Venter Prize for academic writing. His most recent book Art Talk, Politics Talk appeared in 2006. As a project of the UKZN-based South African Literary-cultural Group, he is currently editing a collection of essays titled: Postcolonialism: South African Perspectives.

PROFESSOR PATRICIA BERJAK

Professor Michael Chapman

[A]

Professor Patricia Berjak of the School of Biological and Conservation Sciences has worked extensively in the field of seed biology, initially on the mechanics of deterioration of stored orthodox seeds and the problems posed by the inherent xero tolerant mycoflora and for the past 25 years on recalcitrant seeds. Along with her collaborator and husband, Professor Norman Pammenter, and a succession of research students, she has published extensively in the area of recalcitrant seeds.

She is also the co-convenor of the series of specialist international workshops on desiccation-tolerance and sensitivity in seeds and vegetative plant tissues.

R E P O R T

Professor Patricia Berjak

R E S E A R C H

Professor Berjak collaborates locally with colleagues at the Universities of the Witwatersrand, and Cape Town and the Wildlife Biological Resource Centre of the National Zoological Gardens in Pretoria. Internationally, she has strong links with the Millennium Seed Bank and the National Center for Genetic Resources Conservation in the United States.

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Professor Berjak’s endeavours have gained her several honours, including recognition by the South African Department of Science and Technology in 2004 as the year’s Distinguished Women Scientist; induction as a Fellow of the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World in 2005; and in 2006, the award of the seldom-bestowed Gold Medal of the South African Association of Botanists. Also in 2006, she was honoured by the award of the National Order of Mapungubwe: Silver, for her contributions to seed science.

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NRF A AND P-RATED RESEARCHERS

PROFESSOR ROB GOUS

[A]

Respected academic, leading scientist and Research Fellow, Professor Rob Gous of the School of Agricultural Sciences and Agribusiness, was recently awarded the prestigious A-rating status by the NRF following a re-evaluation of his research progress. This is the second time that Professor Gous has received this rating - the first time being 10 years ago. In both instances this has been in recognition of his contribution in the field of poultry science. Professor Gous’ research over the past 15 years has involved the development of simulation models that predict food intake and growth of broilers and pigs. The simulation models initially provided answers to “what-if?” scenarios, but he and his team have moved on from there and are now optimising the way in which broilers and pigs should be fed to maximise any one of a number of objective functions - such as margin over feed cost or feed conversion efficiency. These models are being used successfully around the world. Professor Rob Gous

As part of his engagement with the community, Professor Gous is a founder member of the KZN Poultry Institute where the purpose is to train prospective poultry managers by providing them with the skills needed to manage people, finances, poultry operations and even themselves! Professor Gous has been chairman of the SA Branch of the World’s Poultry Science Association for many years and was recently elected Senior Vice-President of the world body of the Association, having previously served in that position from 2000 to 2004.

PROFESSOR LAWRENCE HAMILTON

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Professor Lawrence Hamilton, a graduate of Cambridge University in the United Kingdom, and previously Mellon Research Fellow at Clare Hall, Cambridge, is an Associate Professor in the School of Politics at the Howard College campus. He is also an Affiliated Lecturer in Political Theory in the Department of Politics, Cambridge. In 2007-08 he is Visiting Fellow at Clare Hall, Cambridge. He has been the recipient of a number of awards for his academic scholarship: the Cambridge Gladstone Memorial Prize, the Mandela Cambridge Scholarship; the Cambridge Political Economy Society Trust Award; the UKZN Book Prize (2004), for his book, The Political Philosophy of Needs (Cambridge University Press, 2003 [2007]); a UKZN Competitive Research Grant (2004); the South African National Research Foundation Presidents’ Award (2006-7) – an award of five years research funding for outstanding research achievements among young researchers, and he has recently been rated as one of the top 12 young political theorists worldwide.

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[P]

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Besides his book, he has also published a large number of journal articles and book chapters on a variety of topics within contemporary political philosophy, the history of political thought, political economy and South African politics. His research interests include various aspects of contemporary political philosophy, such as political judgment, needs, rights, states, markets and constitutionalism; the political thought of Aristotle, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Rousseau, Hume, Smith,

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NRF P-RATED RESEARCHERS

Hegel, Proudhon and Marx; the history of imperialism; and South African politics and political economy, particularly land reform, the constitution of 1996, public debt, power and sovereignty. He has been invited to discuss his research with radio, internet and conference audiences in Sweden, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, the United States, Brazil and South Africa. He is currently writing a book on political judgement, provisionally entitled, Human Needs and Political Judgement. His more recent research collaborations include the following: in 2007 he was invited to co-edit an issue of Constellations (one of the top five political theory journals worldwide) on Economic Necessity with Professor Sonja Amadae of the University of Ohio, for which he will also write an article. He recently completed a paper with Professor Nicola Viegi of the University of Cape Town on “Public Debt in South Africa�, which has been presented in Cambridge and at UKZN. He is an editor of Theoria, an international, peer-reviewed journal in social and political theory based in South Africa, and he has refereed for many of the leading journal and book publishers in Politics, Economics and Philosophy.

DR SERBAN PROCHES

[P]

He has authored more than 40 scientific publications, some of which appeared in top international journals such as Nature and Science. He was appointed Associate Editor of the Journal of Biogeography in 2007. His main collaborators to date (five or more co-authored papers) are Professor David Marshall of the Universiti Brunei Darussalam; Professor Richard Cowling of the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, and Professor Dave Richardson and Dr John Wilson of Stellenbosch University.

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Dr Serban Proches

R E S E A R C H

His research focuses on patterns of species distribution and diversity in southern Africa and globally, but his work also includes new species descriptions and studies of ecological interactions. He has studied groups of organisms as diverse as flowering plants, insects, mites and vertebrates in both marine and terrestrial environments. Dr Proches conducted field work across southern Africa, Europe, the Middle-East and South-East Asia. However, some of his recent studies had a desktop focus, looking at the quantification of food plant diversity, and species name representation on the internet and in the scientific literature.

2006/07

Dr Serban Proches, a Senior Lecturer in Biogeography in the School of Environmental Sciences at the Westville campus, hails from Romania where he studied up to Masters level and worked at the National Museum of Natural History in Bucharest. He moved to South Africa in 1999 and was awarded a PhD from the then University of Durban-Westville in 2002. He completed a number of postdoctoral projects at the University of Port Elizabeth (2002-2004), the University of Stellenbosch (2005-2006) and the Pietermaritzburg campus of the University of KwaZulu-Natal (2007).

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Professor CT Downs engaged in fieldwork on the Cape Parrot Poicephalus robustus of Marutswa Forest, Bulwer, KZN

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ADALI, S, Professor [B1] Mechanical Engineering BOJE, ES, Professor [C1] Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering BRIGHT, G, Professor [C2] Mechanical Engineering CARSKY, M, Professor [C3] Mechanical Engineering EITELBERG, EV, Professor [B3] Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering GOVENDER, S, Professor [Y1] Mechanical Engineering MOROZOV, EV, Professor [B2] Mechanical Engineering PEGRAM, GGS, Professor [C2] Civil Engineering RAMJUGERNATH, D, Professor [Y2] Chemical Engineering SCHULZE, RE, Professor [B2] Bioresources Engineering and Environmental Hydrology VERIJENKO, VE, Professor [B2] Mechanical Engineering VON KLEMPERER, CJ, Dr [Y2] Mechanical Engineering

FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE ARIATTI, M, Professor [C2] Biochemistry, Genetics and Microbiology BABOOLAL, D, Professor [C1] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics BANASIAK, J, Professor [B2] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

HAMER, ML, Professor [C2] Biological and Conservation Sciences

BERJAK, P, Professor [A2] Biological and Conservation Sciences

HART, RC, Professor [B3] Biological and Conservation Sciences

BHARUTH-RAM, K, Professor [B2] Physics

HELLBERG, MA, Professor [B1] Physics

BOB, U, Professor [C3] Environmental Science

HENNING, MA, Professor [B1] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

BURNETT, WA, Dr [C2] Biological and Conservation Sciences

HEY, JD, Professor [B2] Physics

COETZER, THT, Professor [B3] Biochemistry, Genetics and Microbiology

HUGHES, ARW, Professor [C2] Physics

COULING, VW, Dr [C2] Physics

HUGHES, JC, Professor [C2] Biological and Conservation Sciences

DALE, AI, Professor [C1] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

JAGANYI, D, Professor [C2] Chemistry

DANKELMANN, PA, Professor [B3] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

JOHNSON, SD, Professor [B1] Biological and Conservation Sciences

DE LANGE, OL, Professor [C1] Chemistry

JONNALAGADDA, SB, Professor [C2] Chemistry

DENNISON, C, Professor [C1] Biochemistry, Genetics and Microbiology

KIOKO, JI, Dr [Y2] Science Access

DIAB, RD, Professor [B3] Environmental Science

KRUGER, HG, Dr [C2] Chemistry

DOWNS, CT, Professor [C2] Biological and Conservation Sciences

LAING, MD, Professor [C3] African Centre for Crop Improvement

DOYLE, TB, Professor [C1] Physics

LAWES, MJ, Professor [C2] Biological and Conservation Sciences

ERWIN, DJ, Dr [Y2] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

LEACH, PGL, Professor [B1] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

FORD, TA, Professor [B2] Chemistry

LLOBELL, A, Dr [C2] African Centre for Crop Improvement

FRIEDRICH, HB, Professor [C2] Chemistry

LOVEGROVE, BG, Professor [B2] Biological and Conservation Sciences

GOLDRING, JPD, Professor [C2] Biochemistry, Genetics and Microbiology

MACE, RL, Dr [C2] Physics

GOUS, RM, Professor [A2] Agriscience and Agribusiness

MAHARAJ, SD, Professor [B3] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

GOVINDER, KS, Professor [C3] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

MAHARAJ, B, Professor [C2] Environmental Science

GREEN, JM, Professor [C3] Community Resources

MARTINCIGH, BS, Professor [C2] Chemistry

GUTEV, VG, Professor [B1] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

MCCOURT, S, Professor [C3] Environmental Science

R E P O R T

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

BECKETT, RP, Professor [B3] Biological and Conservation Sciences

R E S E A R C H

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE

2006/07

LIST OF NRF RATED RESEARCHERS – 2007

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LIST OF NRF RATED RESEARCHERS – 2007 (continued)

UKEN, R, Dr [C3] Geological Sciences

MOORI, J, Professor [C1] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

VAN DEN BERG, JE, Professor [C2] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

MUNRO, OQ, Professor [C1] Physics

VAN HEERDEN, FR, Professor [C2] Chemistry

MUTANGA, O, Dr [Y2] Geological Sciences

VAN STADEN, J, Professor [B1] Biological and Conservation Sciences

NAIDOO, G, Professor [B3] Biological and Conservation Sciences

WALKER, ADM, Professor [B1] Physics

NG, SA, Professor [C1] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

WARD, DM, Professor [B3] Biological and Conservation Sciences

NICHOLAS, A, Professor [L] Biological and Conservation Sciences

WATT, MP, Professor [C2] Biological and Conservation Sciences

NSAHLAI, IV, Professor [C2] Biological and Conservation Sciences

WESLEY-SMITH, J, Dr [C3] Electron Microscope Unity

ORTMANN, GF, Professor [B2] Agricultural Sciences and Agribusiness

WILSON, AH, Professor [B1] Geological Sciences

PERISSINOTTO, R, Professor [B3] Biological and Conservation Sciences

XU, HK, Professor [B1] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

FACULTY: EDUCATION

PERRIN, MR, Professor [C1] Biological and Conservation Sciences

ZWOLINSKI, J, Professor [C2] Biological and Conservation Sciences

DE VILLIERS, MD, Professor [C2] Education

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES

DEACON, RA, Professor [C1] Education

FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES, DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

PETRUCCIONE, F, Professor [B2] Physics PILLAY, B, Professor [C3] Biochemistry, Genetics and Microbiology PILLAY, SR, Professor [Y2] Physics RAFTERY, JG, Professor [B2] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

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2006/07

SCHOEMAN, DS, Professor [C3] Biological and Conservation Sciences

R E S E A R C H

Nelson R Mandela School of MEdicine

MODI, AT, Professor [Y2] Soil Science

SCOTT, D, Professor [C2] Environmental Science SIBANDA, P, Professor [C3] Mathematics and Applied Mathematics SLOTOW, RH, Professor [C3] Biological and Conservation Sciences SMITHERS, JC, Professor [C3] Bioresources Engineering and Environmental Hydrology

ESSACK, SY, Professor [Y2] Pharmacy and Pharmacology PETERS-FUTRE, EM, Professor [C2] Human Physiology PILLAY, M, Dr [L] Medical Microbiology SATYAPAL, KS, Professor [C2] Clinical Anatomy UYS, LR, Professor [C1] Health Sciences

GQALENI, N, Professor [C3] Physiotherapy, Sport Science and Optometry MADIBA, TE, Professor [C3] General Surgery MOODLEY, J, Professor [B2] Obstetrics & Gynaecology NAICKER, T, Professor [C3] Optics and Imaging Centre TAYLOR, M, Dr [C3] Community Health

COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES

MORRELL, RG, Professor [B2] Education

ARMSTRONG, JY, Professor [C2] Literary Studies, Media and Creative Arts BOND, P, Professor [B2] Centre for Civil Society BROWN, DJB, Professor [B2] Language, Literary Studies and Linguistics CALDER, IMS, Professor [C2] Literary Studies, Media and Creative Arts

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CHAPMAN, MJF, Professor [A] Literary Studies, Media and Creative Arts

KOOPMAN, A, Professor [C1] Language, Literature and Linguistics

COLLIER, JD, Professor [B3] Philosophy and Ethics

LEEB-DU TOIT, JC, Professor [C3] Literary Studies, Media and Creative Arts

COULLIE, JE, Professor [C2] Literary Studies, Media and Creative Arts

NGULUBE, P, Professor [C2] Sociology

DE KADT, E, Professor [C2] Language, Literary Studies and Linguistics

PIPER, LE, Dr [Y2] Philosophy and Ethics

DIMITRIU, I, Dr [C3] Literary Studies, Media and Creative Arts

SOORYAMOORTHY, R, Professor [C2] Sociology

DRAPER, JA, Professor [B2] Religion and Theology

STIEBEL, EA, Professor [C2] Literary Studies, Media and Creative Arts

DURRHEIM, K, Professor [C1] Psychology

TOMASELLI, KG, Professor [B2] Literary Studies, Media and Creative Arts

GREEN, MM, Professor [C2] Literary Studies, Media and Creative Arts

WEST, GO, Professor [B1] Religion and Theology

GUNNER, L, Professor [B2] Language, Literature and Linguistics

FACULTY OF LAW MCQUOID-MASON, DJ, Professor [B1] Law MUBANGIZI, JC, Professor [C2] Law

FACULTY OF LAW AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES HARRIS, GT, Professor [C1] Economics and Finance WHITESIDE AW, Professor [C1] Health Economics and HIV/AIDS Research Division (HEARD)

R E S E A R C H

R E P O R T

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HAMILTON, LA, Professor [P] Philosophy and Ethics

COLLEGE OF LAW AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES

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2006/07

Promising Researchers

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PROFESSOR RICHARD NAIDOO Pfizer Molecular Biology Research Facility

DR MARIANA CIACCIARIELLO School of Agricultural Sciences and Agribusiness

PROFESSOR PRECIOUS SIBANDA School of Mathematical Sciences

DR BRENDA MOODLEY School of Chemistry

Mr MICHAEL BROOKS School of Mechanical Engineering

DR BUSISIWE NCAMA School of Nursing

DR GLENN MAGUIRE School of Chemistry

DR THAVENDRAN GOVENDER School of Pharmacy and Pharmacology

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R E P O R T

DR BUSISIWE ALANT School of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education

2006/07

In addition to the major contributions of our NRF-rated researchers and the prodigious publication output of our most accomplished researchers, the University’s future research is being mapped out by researchers who are beginning to make significant contributions to their particular fields of study. Some of these scientists extend the University’s existing strengths in medicine and the sciences, especially those related to agriculture and the environment. But there are others whose work extends into the social, cultural and metaphysical spheres. Featured here are 21 promising researchers.

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PROMISING RESEARCHERS

PROFESSOR PRASHINI MOODLEY Medical Microbiology

PROFESSOR THOMAS KONRAD School of Physics

PROFESSOR ALBERT THEBINKOSI MODI School of Agricultural Sciences and Agribusiness

MS SUMAIYA JAMAL School of Biochemistry, Genetics and Micribiology

PROFESSOR NHLANHLA MKHIZE Head, School of Psychology

MR PATRICK GOVENDER School of Biochemistry, Genetics and Microbiology

DR KAVILAN MOODLEY School of Mathematical Sciences

PROFESSOR MICHAEL KIDD Deputy Dean, Faculty of Law

DR PARAMESPRI NAIDOO School of Chemical Engineering

DR AUGUSTINE GUBBA School of Agricultural Sciences and Agribusiness (SASA)

DR NEIL KOORBANALLY Assistant Dean, Faculty of Science and Agriculture, Senior Lecturer (Organic Chemistry), School of Chemistry

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FACULTY OF EDUCATION DOCTOR OF EDUCATION

Ramklaas, Serela Samita, BPhys, MEd The Physiotherapy Undergraduate Curriculum: A case for professional development Supervisors: Professor R Vithal and Professor K Kathard Thesis:

Bhagowat, Latchmie, BPaed, BEdHons, MEd

Thesis: Supervisor:

Negotiated understandings of the academic literacy practices of tertiary educators Professor MA Samuel

Thesis: Supervisor:

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Chikoko, Vitallis, DipEdTech, BEdHons, Med (Zimbabwe) Thesis:

Khoboli, Benedict Mapere, BSc, MSc(Reeding) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Changes in Science teachers’ practices of learnercentred education as a result of action research in Lesotho Professor CK Malcolm

Mokobocho-Mohlakoana, Karabo Mabahlakoana, BSc(Illonois), PGCE(Lesotho), MSc(Reeding) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Pregnant at the wrong time: experiences of being a pregnant young woman while school – selected Lesotho cases Dr S Singh

Supervisor:

Supervisor:

Empowering Secondary School learners to explore risk preceptions and the role of gender among young people in the context of HIV/AIDS Professor R Sookrajh

Naicker, Inbanathan, BEdHons.UDSEd, MEd(UNISA) Thesis: Supervisor:

A critical appraisal of policy on educator post provisioning in South African public schools Professor TH Ngwenya

Negotiating roles and responsibilities in the context of decentralised school governance: A case study of one cluster of schools in Zimbabwe Professor RT Moletsane

Grossi, Edwina Theresa, DipRemedial Ed(RAU), DipEducation(College), BEdHons Thesis: Supervisor:

An Ordinary Teacher: An Authonography Professor N de Lange

Kajee, Leila, BPaed, BAHons(UNISA),MEd Thesis:

Mudaly, Ronicka, BPaed, BEdHons(UNISA), MEd Thesis:

Violence in schools: a recipe for disaster Dr P Ramrathan

Supervisor:

Negotiation, participation, and the construction of identities and autonomy in online communities of practice: A case study of online learning in English at a university in South Africa Professor R Balfour

Maistry, Suriamurthee, BCom, BComHons, BEdHons, MEd Thesis:

Supervisor:

Teacher learning in a community of practice: a case study of teachers of Economics and Management Sciences Professor KL Harley

Moorosi, Pontso Christine, BA(Lesotho),BEdHons,MEd Patel, Farida, BSc, BA, UHDE, BEdHons, MEd Thesis: Supervisor:

Racism in the classroom: Towards a critical Biology education Professor R Vithal

Thesis:

Supervisor:

Policy and practice related constraints to increased female participation in Education management in South Africa Dr V Wedekind

Pillay, Sathiaseelan, BSc,UHDE, BScHons,BEdHons(UNISA),MEd

Naidoo, Devika Rani, BPaed,BAHons(UNISA), BEdHons, MEd

Responses of Science teacher educators to the curriculum change process in South Africa Supervisors: Professor CK Malcolm and Professor R Vithal

Thesis:

Thesis:

Supervisor:

Curriculum, context and identity: An investigation into the curriculum practices of Grade 9 teachers in three contrasting socio-economic school contexts Professor KL Harley

2006/07

Jacobs, Cecilia, BA, HDE, MEd(CapeTown)

Singh, Selvia Kista, BA,UHDE, BAHons(UNISA), MEd

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Supervisor:

To Lead or not to lead: The Principal as a leader in a climate of school transformation Dr P Ramrathan

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Thesis:

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Ngcobo, Thandi Moira, BA(Zululand), BEdHons, MEd(Rhodes) Thesis:

Supervisor:

The relationship between academic performance, school culture and school leadership in historically disadvantaged African township secondary schools: implications for leadership Professor KL Harley

Sathiparsad, Reshma, BASocWk, BAHons SocWk(UNISA), MSocSc Thesis: Supervisor:

Gender-based violence and masculinity: A study of rural male youth Professor C Mitchell

Okonta, Felix Ndubisi Henry, MEng (Nigeria) (Civil Engineering) Thesis: Supervisor:

Capacity of vertically loaded piles in low density sands Professor H D Schreiner

Vugampore, Jean-Marie Vianney, MScEng (Moscow) (Mechanical Engineering) Thesis: Development of high strength material for aircraft bolt Supervisors: Dr B Verijenko and Professor V E Verijenko

FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

Chetty, Ravani, BSocSc(N),BSocScHons,MCur (Nursing)

Huang, Tzu-Hua, BScEng (Chemical Engineering)

Thesis:

A computational fluid dynamic and experimental study of an ozone contactor Supervisors: Professor C A Buckley and Mr C J Brouckaert Thesis:

Lecler, Neil Louis, MScEng (Agricultural Engineering) Performance of irrigation and water management systems in the lowveld of Zimbabwe Supervisors: Professor R E Schulze and Professor J C Smithers Thesis:

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Mariah, Lynette, BScEng (Chemical Engineering) Thesis: Membrane distillation of a concentrated mixed brine Supervisors: Professor C A Buckley, Mr C J Brouckaert and Professor D Jaganyi McKnight, Tyrone James, BScEng (Chemical Engineering) Molecular simulation of pure component and binary vapour-liquid equilibrium using linux Beowulf clusters Supervisors: Professor D Ramjugernath, Professor M Starzak and Professor K Bolton

Irinoye, Omolola Oladunni, BSc Nur, MSc Nur, MSc (Nursing) Thesis: Supervisor:

Ngatched Nkouatchah, Telex Magloire, MScEng (Electronic Engineering)

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Compound codes based on irregular graphs and their iterative decoding Professor F Takawira

The Conceptions of Sexual Relationships Among the Yoruba People in Nigeria Professor LR Uys

Kamanzi, Gapira DĂŠsirĂŠ, B Public Health, MN(CommunHealth) (Nursing) Thesis:

Supervisor:

The Implementation and Outcomes of a Voluntary Counselling and Testing (VCT) Programme in Secondary Schools in Kigali, Rwanda Professor LR Uys

Libetwa, Miriam, Dip In Nurs(Zambia), Deg In Nur(Zambia), MPH (Zambia) (Nursing) Thesis:

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Maternity Care in KwaZulu-Natal: Towards a Grounded Theory of Adolescent-Friendly Maternity Services Professor NO Adejumo

Supervisor:

Development and Implementation of a Staff Development Plan for Nurses in One District in Zambia Based on a Learning Organization Approach Professor NO Adejumo

Mustafa, Najah Mohammed Saad, Baccalaureus Curationis(University of ) (Nursing) Thesis: Supervisor:

Process of Change in Nursing Education in the Arab Gulf Region Professor NS Gwele

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Supervisor:

NELSON R MANDELA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

Thurlow, James Marcus, BSc,BScHons,MCom (Economics) Thesis:

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Naidoo, Strinivasen, BSc(UDW), MTech(MLST) (Clinical Pharmacology) The Regulations of kinins in endothelial cells with an in vitro model of angiogenesis Supervisors: Professor D Raidoo and Professor M McLean Thesis:

Financial sector development and economic growth: A cross country comparative study – lessons for Namibia Professor M Holden

Supervisor:

Trade liberalisation and poverty in South Africa: A computable general equilibrium and micro-simulation analysis of past and potential trade policies Professor M Holden

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES

Burelli, Elaine, MA (Culture, Communication & Media Studies)

DOCTOR OF ADMINISTRATION

Supervisor:

Waterman, Nicholas, BScHons(PolyTech Lond), MA(Wolverhampton) Thesis: Supervisor:

Commercial Sex Work in Maseru: An exploratory study of Public policy-making in Lesotho Dr Y Pencelliah

DOCTOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Bob, Roshini, MBA, DipMgt Stud, PGCertMgt (Buckinghamshire) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Women in Management: A comparative study of the Public (Education) and Private (Banking) sectors in Durban Professor D V Soni

Naidoo, Pravine, BProc,MBA(Business School Netherlands International) Thesis:

Supervisor:

An Assessment of the Effectiveness and Efficiency of the Strategic and Operational Management of the Makana Municipality, Grahamstown: A Total Quality Management and Business Excellence Approach Professor P S Reddy

Thesis:

Crime and punishment on the SABC: Documentary in the global era Professor RE Teer-Tomaselli

Chachage, Bukaza Loth, MA(Dar es Salaam) (Information Studies) Developing a model for a corporate records management system with special reference to sustainability reporting in Iringa Region, Tanzania Supervisors: Dr P Ngulube and Professor C Stilwell Thesis:

Chellan, Noel, MA (Geography) Thesis:

Supervisor:

An examination of the social, economic and environmental impacts of ecotourism: Case studies of the St Lucia area and the uKhahlambaDrakensberg region in South Africa Professor U Bob

Chetty, Suryakanthie, MA (History) Thesis: Supervisor:

‘Our victory was our defeat’: Race, gender and liberalism in the Union Defence Force, 1939-1945 Dr M du Toit

2006/07

Supervisor:

The Development of a District-Based Model of Intervention for Improving the Quality of Maternal Health Care at Primary Level Professor LR Uys

Steytler, John Frederick, BA(UNA), MCom(Merbur),MSc(London) (Economics)

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DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

R E S E A R C H

Voce, Anna Silvia, AdvDip(AdEd)(Natal), MN(CommunHealth) (Liverpool) (Nursing)

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Chirkut, Sheila, MA (Gender Studies) Thesis:

Supervisor:

The cultural identity and self-perception of Stanger working Hindu married women in relation to religiocultural festivals Dr T Magwaza

Demmer, Craig, BSocScHons(Natal),MA(Cuny), EdD(Columbia) (Social Work) Thesis: Supervisor:

Aids-related bereavement in the South African context: A study of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban Professor V Sewpaul

Foko, Thato Emmanuel, MA (Digital Media) Thesis:

Supervisor:

The role of computer games and social constructivism in skills development of learners from different educational backgrounds Professor A Amory

Gumede, Nompumelelo Patience, BAHons(Pret), MA (Geography) Thesis:

Rural women, technology and indigenous knowledge systems in South Africa: Case studies from KwaZulu-Natal Supervisor: Professor U Bob

Harrison, Phillipa Anne, MA (Geography) Thesis:

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The role of tourism in natural resource management in the Okavango Delta, Botswana Professor B Maharaj

Kalengyo, Edison Muhindo, MPhil(Nottingham) (Theology) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Kumalo, Raymond Simanga, MTh(UNISA) (Theology) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Thesis:

Supervisor:

Thesis:

Supervisor:

Supervisor:

Supervisor:

Changing roles of women in housing processes and construction: The case of Lobatse Township, Botswana Professor A Adebayo

Authenticity of Christian conversion in the African context: An investigation into the rationale for the Hehe to convert to Christianity with special reference to the Iringa Diocese of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania (1899-1999) Professor AO Balcomb

Moorgawa, Premanund, MA(Brighton) (Digital Media)

Conversion and revival: A critical analysis of the revival movement among Lutheran Christians in the North Western diocese of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania Supervisors: Professor AO Balcomb and Dr MD Biyela

Thesis:

Christianity as vernacular religion: A study in the theological significance of mother tongue apprehension of the Christian faith in West Africa with reference to the works of Ephraim Amu (1899 - 1995) Professor K Bediako

Mdegella, Owdenburg Moses, MTh(FullerTheolSem,Tanzania) (Theology)

Thesis:

Kalabamu, Faustin Tirwirukwa, MPhil(Edin), Cert Hsing(Oxford Polytechnic) (Housing/ Planning)

Theology and education: The role of the church in education for social transformation: A methodist contribution Professor SM de Gruchy

Laryea, Philip Tetteh, MTh (African Christianity)

Kabigumila, Simeon Kajelero, MTh (Theology) Thesis:

Sacrifice in Hewbrews 9:1 – 10:18 and Ganda sacrifice: A study in relation to the Christian sacrament of the Eucharist Professor JA Draper

Development of a model for the professional development of primary school teachers in Mauritius Professor A Amory

Ngcongo, Mxolisi Lovelace, MA (Sociology) A sociological study of sex education in a primary school Supervisors: Professor EA Mantzaris and Dr S Reddy Nhlumayo, Victor Bafikile, MA (IsiZulu) Thesis:

Thesis: Supervisor:

Ucwaningo ngolimi lwesigodi isiCele Dr NP Ndimande

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Nolte-Schamm, Claudia Margarethe, MA(Grad.Theol. Union,California) (Theology) Thesis:

Supervisor:

A comparison between Christian and African traditional paradigms of reconciliation and how they could dialogue for the benefit of South African society Professor AO Balcomb

Omar, Salmin Idruss, LLB(Medina), LLM (Malaysia) (Religion and Culture) Thesis: Supervisor:

The impact of the promotion of alcohol consumption on poverty alleviation in Malawi: An Islamic solution Professor SE Dangor

Ozodi, Christopher Chinedu, MTh (Theology) Clinical pastoral education for Igbo society: A cross cultural model for a family/community-based educational process in pastoral care Supervisors: Dr ED Ward and Professor IA Phiri Thesis:

Radebe, Joseph, MA (Sociology) Community-based tourism in KwaZulu-Natal and its impact on the local people Supervisors: Professor EA Mantzaris and Dr MSE Vawda Thesis:

Raju, Rajandren, MIS (Information Studies) Unionising library and information staff in the tertiary sector: a feasibility study Supervisors: Professor C Stilwell and Mr AB Leach Thesis:

Sanga, Iman, MA(Dar-es-Salaam) (Music) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Seedat, Mariam, MSocSc (Sociology) Thesis:

Supervisor:

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Supervisor:

Jazz discourse: A contextualised account of contemporary jazz in post-apartheid Durban and Johannesburg Professor CJ Ballantine

Rudwick, Stephanie Inge, MA (Munich) (Linguistics) Thesis: Supervisor:

Language, identity and ethnicity in post-apartheid South Africa: The Umlazi Township community Professor N Kamwangamalu

Sandwith, Corrine Lynette, MA (English Studies) Thesis:

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Shangase, Sibusiso Elphus, MA (IsiZulu) Thesis:

Supervisor:

A historical perspective and linguistic analysis of onomastic elements with special reference to the Shangase clan Professor SE Ngubane

Stobie, Cheryl, MA (English Studies) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Somewhere in the double rainbow: Representations of bisexuality in selected post-apartheid South African novels Professor JU Jacobs

Warmback, Andrew Edward, BCom,BDiv(Rhodes) (Theology) Thesis: Supervisor:

Ramanna, Nishlyn, BMus (Music)

Muziki wa Injili: Temporal and spatial aesthetics of popular church music in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (1980-2005) Professor B Parker

Constructing an Oikotheology: The environment, poverty and the Church in South Africa Professor SM de Gruchy

Waweru, Humphrey Mwangi, MTh (Theology) A critical analysis of the vision of the New Jerusalem in Revelation 21:9-22:5 in light of the Kikuyu concept of dreams and visions Supervisors: Professor P Decock and Professor JA Draper Thesis:

Willis, Owen, MSc(Leicester) (Theology) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Like ships passing in the day: The interface between religion and international development in the programmes, publications and curricula of Canadian academic institutions Professor SM de Gruchy

Culture in the public sphere: Recovering a tradition of radical cultural-political debate in South Africa, 19381960 Professor MJ Daymond

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FACULTY OF LAW

Campbell, Tracey Barbara, MScAgric (Horticultural Science)

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

Thesis:

Kalima, Justin Moses, LLM Thesis:

Supervisor:

The effectiveness of Environmental Law in Malawi: An analysis of the principal legal tools for achieving environmental protection with emphasis on the Criminal Sanction Professor M A Kidd

Gladiolus Scabridus – The road to conservation and commercialisation Supervisors: Professor JP Bower and Mrs R Van Niekerk Chetty, Chezlyn Cheryl, MSc (Microbiology) Thesis: Supervisor:

Transformation and Regeneration of Brassica oleraceae var. capitata Dr MV Rajam

May, Christopher John, MBA (Stell) (International Marketing)

Thesis: Supervisor:

A pharmacological study of some Nigerian medicinal plants Professor J van Staden

Ciake Ciake, Fidèle Lavenir, MSc(Yaounde I) (Mathematics)

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

Thesis:

Abdel Rahman, Eitimad Hashim, MSc(Khartoum) (Biology)

Supervisor:

Taxonomic Status of Arvicanthis Lesson, 1842 from Sudan Supervisors: Dr GC Contrafatto, Dr PJ Taylor and Dr JM Lamb

Derera, John, MSc(Zimbabwe) (Plant Breeding)

Thesis:

Aweke, Girma Taye, MSc(Reading) (Statistics) Using spatial modeling techniques to improve analysis from agricultural and field trials Supervisors: Dr PM Njuho and Professor LM Haines Thesis:

Buwa, Lisa Valencia, MSc(Rhodes) (Botany) Thesis: Supervisor:

Biological activity of traditional medicinal plants used against venereal diseases in South Africa Professor J van Staden

Genetic effects and associations among grain yield, stress tolerance and yield stability in southern African maize germplasm Supervisors: Professor P Tongoona, Professor MD Laing and Professor WAJ de Milliano Thesis:

Dlamini, Dennis Jabulani Mduduzi, MSc (Hydrology) Assessment of the water poverty index at mesocatchment scale in the Thukela Basin Supervisors: Professor RE Schulze and Professor GPW Jewitt Thesis:

Druce, David James, MSc (Biology) Species requirements, coexistence and habitat partitioning at the community level: Rock Hyrax and Klipspringer Supervisors: Professor R Slotow and Professor G Kerley Thesis:

Buyeye, Sicelo Malizo, MScAgric (Soil Science) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Some soil chemical and fertility aspects of the land disposal of a water treatment residue on selected soils of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Professor JC Hughes

Partial Semigroups of Operators: Theory and Applications Professor J Banasiak

2006/07

FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE

Chukwujekwu, Jude Chinedu, BScHons(Nigeria) (Ethnobotany)

R E P O R T

Supervisor:

Marketing strategies of South African manufacturing firms in international markets Professor RC O’Neill

R E S E A R C H

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Eldeen, Ibrahim Mohammed Suliman, MSc(Khartoum) (Ethnobotany)

Kozakiewicz, Jan Marek, MSc(Wroclaw University) (Mathematics)

Pharmacological investigation of some trees used in South African traditional medicine Supervisors: Professor J van Staden and Dr EE Elgorashi

Thesis:

Thesis:

Esprey, Luke John, MSc (Biology) Assessment of a Process-based Model to Predict Growth and Yield of Eucalyptus grandis Plantations in South Africa Supervisors: Professor N Pammenter, Mr CS Smith and Dr P Sands Thesis:

Hamza, Alnazier Osman Mohammed, MSc(Surrey) (Physics) Automatic Analysis Obtained from QC Measurements of Mammography X-ray Units and the Design of an Improved QC Phantom for Mammography Supervisors: Professor M Alport and Dr WID Rae Thesis:

Hancock, Carolyn Elizabeth, MSc (Genetics) Thesis: Supervisor:

Identification and remediation of student difficulties with quantitative genetics Professor TR Anderson

Jackson, Jennifer Gouws, BSc(Hons) (Biochemistry) Thesis: Supervisor:

Changes in endosome-lysosome pH accompanying pre-malignant transformation Dr E Elliott

R E S E A R C H

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2006/07

Kearney, Teresa Catherine, MSc (Biology) Systematic Revision of Southern African Species in the Genera Eptesicus, Neoromicia, Hypsugo and Pipistrellis (Chiroptera: Vespertilionide) Supervisors: Dr GC Contrafatto and Dr PJ Taylor Thesis:

Kinvig, Richard Grant, MSc (Entomology) Biotic indicators of grassland condition in KwaZuluNatal, with management recommendations Supervisors: Professor S Piper and Professor MJ Samways

Thesis:

Singularly Perturbed Equations with Applications to Kinetic Theory – Analytic Methods and Numerical Investigations Supervisors: Professor J Banasiak and Dr N Parumasur Ledwaba, Lesibana Peter, MSc (Chemistry) Thesis: Cyano ligand derivatives of Platinum (II) Terpyridines Supervisors: Professor JS Field and Professor OQ Munro Lukangu, Gastao, MScAgric (Community Resources) Factors and strategies influencing smallholders’ participation in the agricultural market in southern Niassa, Mozambique Supervisors: Professor JM Green and Mr S Worth Thesis:

Magadula, Joseph Jangu, MSc(Dar Es Salaam) (Chemistry) Thesis: Supervisor:

Extractives from the Gentianaceae and Euphorbiaceae Professor DA Mulholland

Mahabile, Meck, MSc(London) (Agricultural Economics) Determinants of herd productivity in Botswana: A focus on land tenure and land policy Supervisors: Professor MC Lyne and Dr A Panin

Thesis:

Maharaj, Shimul Kumar, MSc (Physics) Thesis: Linear and Non-linear Fluctuations in Dusty Plasmas Supervisors: Professor R Bharuthram and Professor SR Pillay Mahomed, Abdul Samad, MSc (Chemistry) Thesis: Supervisor:

Partial Oxidation of n-Octane using Hydrotalcite-like Precursors Professor HB Friedrich

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Maritz, Jacob Elgin, MSc(Port Elizabeth) (Mathematics) Thesis: Supervisor:

Stratification and domination in graphs Professor MA Henning

Mukwembi, Simon, MSc(Zimbabwe) (Mathematics) Thesis: Bounds on Distances in Graphs Supervisors: Professor P Dankelmann and Professor HC Swart

Padayachee, Jayanethie, MSc, (Cape Town) (Physics) Computer-Aided Diagnosis in Mammography: Correlation of Regions in Multiple Standard Mammography Views of the Same Breast Supervisors: Professor MJ Alport and Dr WID Rae Thesis:

Peel, Michael John Stephen, MSc(Pretoria) (Grassland Science) Towards a predictive understanding of Savanna vegetation dynamics Supervisors: Professor PJK Zacharias and Dr H Biggs Thesis:

Naidoo, Deena, MSc (Physics) Thesis: Supervisor:

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Pillay, Deena, MSc (Biology) The influence of bioturbation by the sandprawn Callianassa kraussi Stebbing on macrobenthic assemblages of the Little Lagoon, Durban Bay Supervisors: Professor AT Forbes and Professor G Branch Thesis:

Thesis:

Supervisor:

Establishing genetic diversity of Rwanda Highland banana using random amplified polymorphic DNA markers Professor J van Staden

Ochuodho, Julius Onyango, MSc(Nairobi) (Crop Science) Thesis: Supervisor:

Physiological basis of seed germination in Cleome gynandra (L.) Professor AT Modi

A Viable Strategy to Sugar Cane Lignocellulosic BioEthanol Development in Southern Africa Supervisors: Dr HK Watson and Professor G Garland Thesis:

Salim, Ali Mohammed, MSc(Nairobi) (Chemistry) The Effect of Antioxidants on the para-aminobenzoic Acid Photosensitised Formation of Thymine Dimmer and Singlet Oxygen Supervisors: Professor BS Martincigh Thesis:

Schรถnborn, Konrad Janek, BSc(Hons) (Biochemistry) Thesis:

Olaniran, Ademola Olufolahan, MSc(Obafemi Awolowo Univ) (Microbiology) Biodegradation of cis-and trans-dichloroethenes by Indigenous African Bacterial Isolates. Supervisors: Professor B Pillay and Professor D Pillay Thesis:

Supervisor:

Using student difficulties to identify and model factors influencing their ability to interpret external representations of antibody-antigen binding Professor TR Anderson

2006/07

Nsabimana, Antoine, MSc(Moscow (Plant Molecular Biology)

Qwabe, Sabatha Thulane, MSc(Wits) (Environmental Science)

R E P O R T

An investigation into using textural analysis and change detection techniques on medium and high resolution imagery for monitoring plantation forestry operations Supervisors: Dr F Ahmed, Professor P Coppin and Dr J van Aardt Thesis:

R E S E A R C H

Norris-Rogers, Mark, MSc (Applied Environmental Sciences)

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Shannon, Graeme William, MSc(University of Kent at Canterbury) (Biology) The Effects of Sexual Dimorphism on the Movements and Foraging Ecology of the African Elephant Supervisors: Professor R Slotow, Mr B Page and Professor K Duffy Thesis:

Shittu, Adebayo Osagie, MSc(Obafemi Awolowo Univ) (Microbiology) Thesis:

Supervisor:

A Comparative Epidemiological Analysis of Clinical Strains of Staphylococcus aureus in Nigeria and South Africa Professor J Lin

Simoonga, Christopher, MSc(Wits) (Biology) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Epidemiological Mapping and Modelling of the Distribution of Schistosomiasis and Soil Transmitted Helminthiasis in Zambia, using Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing Professor C Appleton

Sinkala, Winter Nelson, MSc, (UZ) (Mathematics) Symmetry Analysis of Equations of Financial Mathematics Supervisors: Professor PGL Leach and Dr JG O’Hara Thesis:

Tomlinson, Kyle Warwick, MSc (Applied Mathematics) Consequences of architecture and resource allocation for growth dynamics of bunchgrass clones Supervisors: Professor TG O’Connor, Professor JW Hearne and Professor J Swart

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Van Rooyen, Zelda, MScAgric (Horticultural Science) Factors affecting mesocarp discoloration severity in ‘Pinkerton’ avocados (Persea Americana Mill.) Supervisors: Professor JP Bower and Dr I Bertling Walker, Nicholas James, MSc(Southampton) (Hydrology) Thesis:

Assessment of agro-ecosystem sustainability across varying scales in South Africa Supervisors: Professor RE Schulze and Dr GA Kiker Thesis:

Zimba, Kenneth, MSc(Zambia) (Mathematics) Thesis: Supervisor:

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A comparative analysis of conventional and marker assisted selection methods in screening for resistance to maize streak virus disease Supervisor: Professor P Tongoona Co-supervisor: Dr J Derera Thesis:

Assefa, Yoseph, MSc(Alemaya) (Entomology) Sugarcane stem borers in Ethiopia, ecology and phylogeography Supervisor: Dr D Conlong Co-supervisor: Professor DJ Brothers Thesis:

Barnett, Wayne Peter, MSc (UCT) (Geology) Thesis: Supervisor:

The Mechanics of Kimberlite Emplacement. Professor MK Watkeys

Chetty, Jonathan, MSc (Chemistry) Thesis: Supervisor:

The Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Hexane and Octane over Vanadium Magnesium Oxide Catalysts. Professor HB Friedrich

De Bruyn, Paul Anthony, MSc (UPE) (Biology) A Novel Application of Operational Management Procedures in the Fisheries Management of the Oyster (Striostrea margaritacea) in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Supervisors: Professor M Schleyer, Dr C Moloney Thesis:

Du Plessis, Lynn, BScHons (Biochemistry) Thesis: Supervisor:

The presentation and interpretation of arrow symbolism in biology diagrams at secondary level Professor TR Anderson

Gar Elnabi, Mohammed Elfadil Mohammed, MSc (Sudan Univ) (Physics) Characterization of Hamartoma and Normal Breast Tissues using Textures Analysis. Supervisors: Professor MJ Alport, Dr WID Rae Thesis:

Gusset, Markus, MSc (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) (Biology) The Re-introduction of Endangered African Wild Dogs (Lycaon pictus) – A Multi-disciplinary evaluation. Supervisors: Professor R Slotow, Dr M Somers Thesis:

Huson, Laura Elizabeth Joan, BScHons (Biochemistry) Thesis: Supervisor:

Antibody-mediated inhibition of proteases of African trypanosomes Professor THT Coetzer

Idowu, Olufemi Abiola, MSc(Obafemi Awolowo) (Hydrology) Impact of irrigation with Gypsiferous mine water on the water resources of parts of the Upper Olifants Basin Supervisor: Professor SA Lorentz Co-supervisors: Dr M McCartney, Professor J Annadale Thesis:

Joubert, Sandra Deidre, BScHons (Chemistry) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Synthesis and structural characterisation of tin (IV) porphyrin phenoxide complexes and Schiff base derivatives for the polymerisation of epoxides Professor OQ Munro

2006/07

Abalo, Grace, MSc(Makerere) (Plant Breeding)

Thesis: Studies of drought tolerance in interspecific progenies of Oryza glaberrima (steud) and O. Sativa (L) and an appraisal of the use of male gametocides in rice hybridisation Supervisor: Professor P Tongoona Co-supervisors: Professor MD Laing, Dr J Derera

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Doctor of Philosophy

Efisue, Andrew Abiodun, MSc(Ibadan) (Plant Breeding)

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Kamau, Joseph Wainaina, MSc(Wales) (Plant Breeding)

Mwangi, Elizabeth Muthoni, MSc (Nairobi) (Chemistry)

Thesis:

Genetic improvement of earliness in Cassava landraces of the semi-arid areas of Kenya Supervisor: Professor R Melis Co-supervisors: Dr P Shanahan, Professor MD Laing

Thesis:

Karari, Clement Kamau, MSc(Mississipi) (Plant Breeding)

Nigro, Sara Anna Maria Eleonara, BScHons (Plant Molecular Biology)

Identification of sorghum Sorghum bicolour (L) Moench parents and evaluation of their hybrids for yield under simulated density and moisture stress Supervisor: Professor P Tongoona Co-supervisor: Dr J Derera

Thesis:

Thesis:

Kazembe, Lawrence Ndekeleni McJames, MSc, (Eastern Mediterranean Univ) (Biology)

Light, Marnie Elizabeth, MSc (Botany)

Ouda, Jack Ooko, MSc(Wales) (Animal Science)

Thesis: Supervisor: 2006/07

Nkalubo, Stanley, MSc(Makarere) (Plant Breeding)

Thesis: Spatial Analysis of Malariometric Indicators in Malawi Supervisors: Professor CC Appleton, Dr I Kleinschmidt

The role of smoke as a germination cue Professor J van Staden

Mitchell, Clyde Goeffrey, MEnvDev (Environment & Development)

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Genetic modification in Pinus patula using transgenic technology Supervisor: Professor J van Staden Co-supervisor: Dr NP Makunga

Study of anthracnose (Colletotichum lindemuthianum) resistance and its inheritance in Ugandan dry bean germplasm Supervisor: Professor R Melis Co-supervisor: Professor MD Laing

Thesis: Supervisor:

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An Investigation of South African Plants used for Cosmetic Purposes and for Skin Related Problems Supervisors: Professor DA Mulholland, Professor N Dlova, Dr P Coombes

Towards improved Corporate Social and Environmental Reporting in South Africa. Professor T Hill

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Nutritive value and manure quality in supplemented maize stover and grass hay diets for ruminants Supervisor: Professor IV Nsahlai Co-supervisor: Professor AT Modi Paterson, Marie, MScDiet (Dietetics) Thesis:

Professional development of dietitians completing compulsory community service in South Africa with special focus on KwaZulu-Natal Supervisor: Professor JM Green Co-supervisor: Professor EMW Maunder Thesis:

Mokotedi, Mompe Edward Oscar, MSc (Biology) The influence of propagation methods on growth and physiology of Eucalyptus grandis x nitens. Supervisors: Professor P Watt, Professor N Pammenter Thesis:

Peter, Xolani Kevin, BScHons (Chemistry) Thesis: Supervisor:

Moodley, Brenda, MSc (Chemistry) An investigation into the selective oxidation of Lignins found in Sappi Saiccor Pulp Mills Effluent. Supervisors: Professor DA Mulholland, Professor J Marsh, Professor H Brookes Thesis:

Structure and synthesis of Gunnera perpensa secondary metabolites Professor F van Heerden

Reddy, Pavel, MSc (Wits) (Biology) Implication of Mycoflora in Deterioration of postharvest soybeans (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) Supervisors: Professor P Berjak, Professor D Mycock, Professor T Aveling Thesis:

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Sara, Joseph Roderick, MSc (UPE) (Biology)

Huang, Feng-Wei, BScEng (Electrical Engineering)

An Investigation into the Protein Requirement of a Marine Prawn Fenneropenaeus indicus (H.Milne Edwards) Supervisors: Professor AT Forbes, Professor R Gous

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Thesis:

Shaik, Rehana, MSc (Microbiology) Genetic Diversity and the Development of a Molecular Method for the detection of Xanthomonas albilineans strains Supervisors: Professor D Pillay, Professor B Pillay Thesis:

Taylor, Valerie, MSc (Hydrology) The hydrological basis for the protection of water resources to meet environmental and societal requirements Supervisor: Professor GPW Jewitt Co-supervisor: Professor RE Schulze Thesis:

Supervisor:

Jarvis, Alan Lawrence Leigh, BScEng (Electronic Engineering) An investigation of the influence of Ag-doping on the intergranular ‘weak-link’ properties of superconducting system Y1Ba2Cu3O7-x Supervisors: Professor AD Broadhurst and Professor TB Doyle

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Nannoolal,Yash, MScEng (Chemical Engineering) Estimation of pure component properties of organic compounds from molecular structure Supervisors: Professor D Ramjugernath and Dr J Rarey Thesis:

Pillay, Sarushen Dhanapalan, MScEng (Chemical Engineering) Thesis:

Whitaker, Claire Rosalie, MSc (Biology) Studies on the Biology, Fungal Contamination and Conservation of Seeds of Welwitschia mirabilis Hook.fil Supervisors: Professor P Berjak, Professor N Pammenter

Modelling and analysis of inverter-based FACTS devices for power system dynamic studies Professor BS Rigby

Supervisor:

An environmental life cycle assessment of the provision of recycled water in Durban Professor CA Buckley

Thesis:

Thesis:

Supervisor:

Finite element solutions of optimization problems with stability constraints involving columns and laminated composites Professor S Adali

Thesis: Supervisor:

Sookay, Nirvan Karam, BScEng (Mechanical Engineering) Thesis:

Clifford, Scott Llewellyn, MScEng (Chemical Engineering) Molecular simulation and modelling of the phase equilibria of polar compounds Supervisors: Professor D Ramjugernath and Professor K Bolton Thesis:

Spatio-temporal rainfall estimation and nowcasting for flash flood forecasting Professor GGS Pegram

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Modelling and empirical characterization of environmental degradation of FRP laminates in Southern Africa Dr C von Klemperer

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Çağdaş, Ízzet Ufuk, MScEng (Gazį ) (Mechanical Engineering)

Sinclair, Douglas Scott, MScEng (Civil Engineering)

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Doctor of Philosophy

Development of a novel apparatus for vapour-liquid equilibrium measurements at moderate pressures Supervisors: Professor D Ramjugernath and Professor JD Raal Thesis:

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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

Reddy, Prashant, MSc (Chemical Engineering)

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FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES Doctor of Philosophy (Health Sciences) Naidoo, Padmini, BA (Human Movement) Bachelor of Sport Science Honours, Masters in Sport Science Thesis:

Supervisor:

An Analysis of Perceived Leadership Styles and Levels of Job Satisfaction of Sport Administrators Employed at Tertiary Institutions in South Africa Professor Y Coopoo

FACULTY OF EDUCATION Doctor of Philosophy

Middleton, Lyn Elizabeth, Advanced Diploma in Education, Bachelor of Social Science Honours (Natal)

Thesis:

A Social Constructionist Analysis of Talk in Episodes of Psychiatric Student Nurse-Psychiatric Client Community Based Interaction Professor LR Uys

NELSON R MANDELA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Doctor of Medicine Paruk, Fathima, MBChB(Natal), FCOG(SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Thesis: Supervisor:

Critically ill obstetric and gynaecology patients require specific severity of illness scoring systems. Professor J Moodley and Professor S Bhagwanjee

Doctor of Philosophy 2006/07

Supervisor:

The prevalence of post traumatic stress disorder in South African Motor Vehicle Accident Victims. Professor L Schlebusch and Ms BA Bosch

Bharuthram, Sharita, BA,HDE,BAHons(UNISA),MA

Supervisor:

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Thesis:

Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing

Thesis:

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Motala, Mariam Bibi, BA(UDW), BA(Hons)(UDW), MA(Clin Psych)(UDW) (Behavioural Medicine)

Bosch, Brenda Ann, BSocS(Natal), B SocSc(Hons)(Natal), MSocSc(Natal) (Behavioural Medicine) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Biopsychosocial changes in the Human Stress Response, with Specific reference to stress measurement and certain moderating variables. Professor L Schlebusch

Madiba, Thandinkosi Enos, MBChB(Natal), MMed(Natal), FCS(SA), PGDipIntEthics(Cape Town) General Surgery Thesis: Supervisor:

Sigmoid Colon Morphology in the Population Groups of Durban with Special Reference to Sigmoid Volvulus. Professor JV Robbs and Professor MR Haffajee

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Developing reading strategies in Higher Education through the use of integrated reading/ writing activities: A study at a University of Technology in South Africa Professor R Balfour

Ebrahim, Hasina Banu, JPED (Springfield), BA, BEdHons, MEd (UNISA) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Constructions of childhood for and by children in two Early Childhood Centres in the Province of KwaZuluNatal, South Africa: An ethnographic study Professor A Muthukrishna

Ntombela, Sithabile, BA,UED (Zululand)BEdHons, DipSpecEd,MEd (Manchester) The complexity of educational policy dissemination in the South African context: A case study of Inclusive Education Policy in selected schools in greater Durban. Supervisor: Professor R Moletsane Co-Supervisor: Professor G MarĂŠ Thesis:

Stuart, Jean Dorothy, PTPG (CapeTown), BAHons (UNISA) Thesis:

Supervisor:

From our Frames: Exploring visual arts-based approaches for addressing HIV and AIDS with preservice teachers. Professor C Mitchell

Mthiyane, Cynthia Nonhlanhla, BPaed, BEdHons (Zululand), MScEd (State University of New York) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Factors affecting Science and Mathematics amongst African girls: A case study of three high schools in KwaZulu-Natal. Dr V Wedekind

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Teacher desegration in KwaZulu-Natal: A spatial analysis Professor R Sookrajh

Joubert, Robin Wendy Elizabeth, DipOccTher(Pretoria), BA(UNISA), MOccTher Thesis: Supervisor:

Indigenous Fruit from Exotic Roots? Revisiting the South African Occupational Therapy Curriculum. Dr Z Naidoo and Professor MA Samuel

Singh, Lorraine Pushpram, BA (UNISA),STD, BEdHons, MA(New York) Thesis: Supervisor:

Birth and Regeneration: The Arts and Culture curriculum in South Africa Professor CM Malcolm

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES, DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCES Doctor of Philosophy Barichievy, Kelvin Charles, MPA (PortElizabeth) (Political Science) Efficiency vs democracy: Unpacking the decisionmaking process in South African cities Supervisor: Professor LE Piper Co-supervisor: Professor BJ Parker Thesis:

Thesis: Supervisor:

Liberation and reconstruction in the works of JNK Mugambi: A critical analysis in African Theology Professor IA Phiri

Jones, Alison Rae, MPhil(Southampton) (Political Science) Thesis: Supervisor:

Caveat Emptor: Ideological paradigms in decolonizing and Postcolonial Africa Professor RB Lawrence

Kemoni, Henry Nyabuto, MPhil(Moi) (Information Studies) Records management practices and public service delivery in Kenya Supervisor: Professor P Ngulube Co-supervisor: Professor C Stilwell Thesis:

Lwehabura, Mugyabuso Julius Festo, MA (Sheffield) (Information Studies) Thesis: Supervisor:

The status and practice of information literacy for teaching and learning in four Tanzanian universities Professor C Stilwell

Lombardozzi,Letizia Maria, MA (English Studies) Thesis: Supervisor:

Journeying beyond Embo: The construction of exile, place and identity in the writings of Lewis Nkosi. Professor L Stiebel

Maharaj, Ajiv, MTRP (Geography) The development of an appropriate planning framework for the Durban Central Beachfront tourism locality Supervisors: Professor U Bob and Dr V Moodley Thesis:

Chauke, Elesinah, MA (Kentucky) (Systematic Theology) Thesis: Supervisor:

Awareness as a process toward a liberating theology for the women of South East Zimbabwe Professor IA Phiri

Francis, Michael Douglas, BAHons(Alberta), MA Culture (Communication and Media Studies) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Explorations in ethnicity and social change among Zulu-speaking San descendants of the Drakensberg Mountains. Professor KG Tomaselli

Manase, Irikidzayi, MA (English) Thesis: “From Jo’burg to Jozi”: A study of the writings and images of Johannesburg from 1980-2003 Supervisor: Professor EAW Gunner Co-supervisor: Dr CA Woeber

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Thesis:

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Balkaran, Nirmala, BEdHons(Unisa),MEd

Gathogo, Julius Mutugi, MTh (African Theology)

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Doctor of Education

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Mapadimeng, Mokong Simon, MA(Witwatersrand) (Industrial, Organisational and Labour Studies) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Ubuntu/Botho culture: A path to improved performance and socio-economic development in South Africa – beyond rhetoric Professor A Sitas

Mlilo, Luke Gift, MTh(Rome) (Biblical Studies) None greater than John: Towards a social-description and narrative-theological study on John the Baptist in Luke-Acts Supervisor: Professor JA Draper Co-supervisor: Professor P Decock Thesis:

Mohamed, Sayed Iqbal, MA (Religion & Social Transformation) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Dawah: Muslim women’s contribution to the reconstruction of the South African Society through entrepreneurial and religious efforts. Professor AFM Ebrahim

Pillay, Rama, MA (IsiZulu) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Raniga, Tanusha, MSocSc (Social Work) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Thesis:

Supervisor:

Government ownership of the media and cultural production in Africa: Botswana Television (BT) negotiating control and cultural production in a globalizing context. Professor RE Teer-Tomaselli

Parsons, Elizabeth Cline, MA(Emerson)MDiv(Harvard) (Systematic Theology)

Supervisor:

Provoking the rocks: A study of reality and meaning on the Zambian Copperbelt Professor AO Balcomb

Perry Jr, Edwin Carl, BA(West Virginia) MA (Geography) Thesis:

Supervisor:

R E S E A R C H

R E P O R T

2006/07

Thesis:

Socio-economic and environmental perceptions and impacts of violence and crime in residential areas in Durban, South Africa Dr V Moodley

The implementation of the national Life-skills and HIV/ AIDS School Policy and Programme in the eThekwini region. Professor V Sewpaul

Thomson, James Douglas Scott, MSocSc (Sociology) Thesis: Supervisor:

An examination of homicide statistics in South Africa (1960-2001) using a Durkheimian analysis of anomie Professor SIR Burton

W’ehusha, Labunga Venance, MDiv (NEGST) (Biblical Studies) Thesis:

Mosime, Sethunya Tshepho, BA(Botswana), MA(Sussex) (Culture, Communication and Media Studies)

The mismatch between language policy and language practice: Status planning for IsiZulu in a multilingual and multicultural society. Professor PJ Zungu

Supervisor:

Moses and leadership struggles in the Exodus narrative Professor GO West

Wessels, Michael Anthony, MA (English) Thesis: Supervisor:

Interpretation and the Xam narratives Professor EAW Gunner

Wells, Catherine Louise, MA (Middlesex) (Anthropology) Thesis:

Supervisor:

Manipulating metaphors: An analysis of beadwork craft as a contemporary medium for communicating on AIDS and culture in KwaZulu-Natal Professor S Leclerc-Madlala

Wallace, Dale Lancaster, BA(Hons), MA (Religion & Social Transformation) Thesis:

Supervisor:

The construction and articulation of a Pagan identity in South Africa: A study of the nature and implications of a contested religious identity in a pluralistic society. Professor PP Kumar

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FACULTIES OF LAW AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES Doctor of Philosophy Chasomeris, Mihalis Georgiou, BSocScHons,MComEconomics (Economics)

Doctor of Business Administration Louw, Marthinus Thomas, PGDip(Management)(Henley Business School, MBA (Brunell Univ) Dissertation: “Customer Centricity as a Generic Strategy for achieving sustainable growth in a commodity driven industry”. Promoter: Professor S Lubbe

South Africa’s seaborne commerce and global measurement of shipping cost Supervisors: Professor M Holden and Professor T B Jones

Phiri, Maxwell, MBA,

McDowell, James Carol, AdvSales(NATTEK), MMI,MComEconHistory (Finance)

Dissertation: The challenges and implications of Corporate Rebranding: A Case Study of Amalgamated Beverage Industries (ABI) Promoter: Professor K Poovalingum

Thesis:

Thesis:

Confirming, factoring and invoice discounting as a source of working capital in the South African economy, 1950 – 2000 Professor GT Harris

Singh, Ramchunder, BCom(UNISA), MBA(Buckinghamshire Univ)

Doctor of Administration

Dissertation: An investigation into the mortality of small businesses, with specific reference to Fuel Retailers within the Republic of South Africa. Promoter: Professor MT Khomo

Desai, Gita, Bsc, MMSc (Public Admin and Bus Management)

Suckling, Brian Charles, B.Iuris(UNISA)

Dissertation: The Migration of Pharmacists: A Case Study of KwaZulu-Natal Promoter: Dr Y Penceliah

Dissertation: Factors influencing new venture creation in KwaZuluNatal. Promoter: Dr A Kader

Supervisor:

Gareeb, Simee, BPsych, MAdmin (Industrial Pscyhology) Dissertation: Barriers and Gateways to Team Effectiveness Promotor: Professor S Brijball Parumasur

Dissertation: An Evaluation of the Housing Policy in KwaZulu-Natal: A Case Study of the Durban Metropolitan area Promoter: Professor PS Reddy

R E P O R T

Ngwadla, Nomalady Mildred, MTRP, (Public Admin and Bus Management)

R E S E A R C H

Dissteration: Developing a Research Policy Model for the South African Local Government Health Sector: A case study at the Ethekwini Municipality Promoter: Professor D Singh

2006/07

Mdluli, Themba Kenneth, BA (UZ), PGDip, AdvUniDip, MPA (Public Admin)

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and Nutrition Research Initiative and continues to do so being a member and current Chairperson of the Technical Steering Committee (TSC) of the WHO, Child and Adolescent Health Unit (CAH); and recently elected as Chairperson of the Human Milk Banking Association of South Africa, among others. She has received numerous honours including the La Leche League International Award for Excellence in 2001; the University of Natal’s Mary Weston Achiever of the Year Award in 2002; Amnesty International South Africa, an honour for protecting human rights in South Africa in November 2005 and was made a Fellow of UKZN in 2007.

Professor Coutsoudis has served on a variety of Government and International Advisory Committees such as the World Health Organisation (WHO)’s informal working group on the Prevention of Mother-to-Child transmission of HIV, Global Forum Child Health

She has been successful in attracting several research grants, including one for a five-year programme investigating the effectiveness of psycho-social support, including antiretroviral drugs, on the quality of life of HIV-infected mothers and their families in resource-poor settings.

Department on the Pietermaritzburg campus and carried out research on the Great Dyke in Zimbabwe, and the giant Bushveld Complex of South Africa. Professor Wilson has published more than 50 papers on those topics and now also works on platinum deposits in China with the Sichuan Geological Bureau and Anglo Platinum, with which he has had a long association. Professor Wilson developed the analytical laboratories in the School of Geological Sciences now located on the Westville campus.

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In more recent times he established similar analytical laboratories in the School of Geosciences at the University of the Witwatersrand, where he is now employed as a Professor, and Director of the Economic Geology Research Institute. Results from these Units have been used in many international publications and conference presentations. Further work will be presented by Professor Wilson on the famous Merensky Reef platinum deposit in a keynote address at the 33rd International Geological Congress in Oslo. He continues his collaboration with researchers at UKZN on the Archaean (older than 2.5 billion year old) early crustal rocks in KwaZulu-Natal.

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Graduating with a BSc Degree from the former University of Natal in 1973, Professor Coutsoudis went on to complete her PhD at the University in 1993 in Medical Science, her field of study. She has been attached to the Department of Paediatric and Child Health since 1989 graduating from Senior Scientist, Lecturer and Associate Professor to her current position.

Professor Coutsoudis is recognised as an expert in Mother-toChild Transmission (MTCT) of HIV. In 2001 she founded - and remains Chairperson of - iThemba Lethu, a programme which addresses the needs of children threatened by HIV and AIDS. She designed and implemented the first community-based breastmilk bank in South Africa at iThemba Lethu, an innovation that has now spread to several centres in the country.

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Professor Anna Coutsoudis is a Professor in the Department of Paediatrics and Child Health at the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine.

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Professor Coutsoudis has published more than 90 peer reviewed publications, the majority of which have been in the fields of the prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV; breastfeeding and HIV, and child health.

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(level 3); and Mediating South African Identities: a postgraduate module. Professor Brown has supervised the successful completion of eleven Masters theses, and is currently supervising a further Masters and two PhD students.

In 2002 he was awarded the University’s Book Prize for his work: Oral Literature and Performance in Southern Africa;

He serves as a member of the editorial board of Scrutiny 2, a SAPSE-accredited journal produced by the University of South Africa;

He is a member of a group research project on Postcolonialism, comprising researchers from UKZN and the University of Witwatersrand. The project was awarded R750 000 over two years by the NRF;

He is one of three co-ordinators of a collaborative research project on: The Politics of Memory in the Postcolony: Nation, Testimony, Belief, Media, run jointly by the University of Stirling, Mohamed V University in Rabat, the University of Fes and UKZN.

PROFESSOR DUNCAN BROWN Professor Duncan Brown, is a Professor of English Studies in the School of Literary Studies, Media and Creative Arts on the Pietermaritzburg campus. He is also an Overseas Professorial Research Fellow at the Ferguson Centre for African and Asian Studies at the Open University in the United Kingdom and is rated by the National Research Foundation as a B2 researcher. Graduating with a BA (cum laude) from the former University of Natal in 1985, he received several scholarships on his way to completing his PhD in English at the University in 1996. Professor Brown joined the English Department at the University as a support tutor in 1990, moving up in a variety of posts to his current position. He is presently responsible for teaching the following modules which he co-designed: Introduction to English Literature: an undergraduate module (level 1); Literature and Journalism: an undergraduate module

Professor Brown has published four books since 1991, the latest in 2006 being: To Speak of this Land: Identity and Belonging in South Africa and Beyond; and has contributed chapters to eight books since 1996. He has edited numerous published works. Professor Brown initiated and is currently leading an interdisciplinary project on Religion and Spirituality in a Postcolonial Context: A Perspective from the ‘South’, involving researchers from UKZN, the University of Delhi, Rhodes University, the Open University, the University of Stellenbosch, and the University of Botswana.

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Professor Brothers is internationally recognised as an expert on the classification and biology of stinging wasps, ants and bees (Hymenoptera: Aculeata), both modern species and fossils, particularly the velvet-ants and relatives (Mutillidae and Bradynobaenidae), as well as on the system governing the application of names in zoology.

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Recent major research collaborations have involved Russian Professors Alexander Rasnitsyn from Moscow and Arkady Lelej from Vladivostok, and Dr Jim Carpenter from New York in the United States as part of a consortium working on Assembling the Tree of Life for Hymenoptera.

PROFESSOR DENIS J. BROTHERS Professor Denis Brothers, Head of the School of Biological and Conservation Sciences, gained his PhD from the University of Kansas in the United States in 1974 and has been at UKZN ever since.

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Professor Brothers is a past President both of the International Society of Hymenopterists and the International Palaeoentomological Society, and is the current President of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. A Senior Professor and Chair of Entomology in the School of Biological and Conservation Sciences on the Pietermaritzburg campus, his special teaching interests lie in the morphology and classification of insects, and the general principles and practice of biological systematics.

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Professor R J Haines, Chemistry 1989

Professor K Bharuth-Ram, Physics 1993

Professor R G Harley, Electrical Engineering 1989

Professor R Bharuthram, Physics 1993

Professor A S Mathews, Constitutional and Administrative Law 1989

Professor W M Freund, Economic History 1993

Professor J van Staden, Botany 1989

Professor M A Hellberg, Physics 1993

Professor A D M Walker, Physics 1989

Professor P Berjak, Botany 1994

Professor L W Baker, Surgery 1990

Professor H M Coovadia, Paediatrics & Child Health 1994

Professor M Chapman, English 1990

Professor R E Raab, Physics 1994

Professor D R Hunter, Geology 1990

Professor F H J Rijkenberg, Rural Development 1994

Professor J R L Milton, Criminal Law 1990

Professor J V Robbs, Surgery 1994

Professor Y K Seedat, Medicine 1990

Professor C J Ballantine, Music 1995

Professor N M Tainton, Grassland Science 1990

Professor J Moodley, Obstetrics Gynaecology 1995

Professor W L Nieuwoudt, Agricultural Economics 1991

Professor K G Tomaselli, Cultural & Media Studies 1995

Professor M H Prozesky, Ethics 1991

Professor H Baijnath, Botany 1996

Professor R E Schulze, Bioresources Eng & Env Hydrology 1991

Professor N Bhana, Finance & Accounting 1996

Professor G L Maclean, Zoology & Entomology 1992

Professor J M Burchell, Delict and Criminal Law 1996

Professor M J Samways, Zoology 1993

Professor M R Cooper, Geology 1996

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Professor S Adali, Mechanical Engineering 1993

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Professor S E Drewes, Chemistry 1989

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Professor KB N端rnberger, Theology 1996

Professor V E Verijenko, Mechanical Engineering 2001

Professor M J Savage, Agrometeorology 1996

Professor J S Field, Chemistry 2002

Professor K D Bhoola, Pharmacology 1997

Professor J J McCarthy, Geography 2002

Professor C M Breen, Institute for Natural Resources 1997

Professor M R Perrin, Zoology 2002

Professor P G Leach, Physics 1997

Professor D A Rocke, Anaesthetics 2002

Professor H C Swart, Mathematical Sciences 1997

Professor W D Geach, Accountancy 2003

Professor F G Bell, Geological Computer Science 1998

Professor J J Guy, History 2003

Professor R M Gous, Animal & Poultry Science 1998

Professor J U Jacobs, English 2003

Professor J P C Laband, Human and Social Science 1998

Professor G M Mody, Rheumatology 2003

Professor T M Letcher, Chemistry 1998

Professor G Naidoo, Botany 2003

Professor D I D Attwell, English 1999

Professor V Padayachee, Development Studies 2003

Professor T A Ford, Chemistry 1999

Professor R D Diab, Geography 2004

Professor B N Wolstenholme, Agriculture Science and Agribusiness 1999

Professor D Mulholland, Chemistry 2004

Professor R Chetty, Pathology 2000 Professor M J Daymond, English 2000 Professor A A Haffejee, Surgery 2000 Professor M A Adhikari, Paediatrics 2001 Professor D A McQuoid-Mason, Delict and Street Law 2001 Professor L Richter, Psychology 2001

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Professor N W Pammenter, Plant Pathology 2004 Professor C C Appleton, Plant Pathology 2005 Professor R C Hart, Botany & Zoology 2005 Professor D J Brothers, Botany & Zoology 2006 Professor A Wilson , Geology 2006 Professor D Brown, English 2007 Professor A Coutsoudis, Paediatrics 2007

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PROFESSOR JOHN OJEWOLE

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School of Pharmacy and Pharmacology ojewolej@ukzn.ac.za Professor Ojewole, Head of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmacology in the Faculty of Health Sciences, is well-known and respected nationally and internationally for his research activities and contributions in the fields of African Traditional Medicines, Phytomedicines and Natural Products Pharmacology. He is regarded as one of Africa’s leading researchers in the field of traditional and indigenous medicines. In addition to numerous conference abstracts and proceedings, Professor Ojewole has contributed chapters to edited books on Traditional Medicines and Ethno-pharmacology. He has published over 100 scientific research articles in SAPSE-rated, ISI- and PubMed-recognised, peerreviewed, international journals. He is the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines.

PROFESSOR WARREN FREEDMAN Faculty of Law freedman@ukzn.acza Professor Freedman’s particular interests are sub-national Constitutional Law; Coastal and Ocean Law; and Legal Education. He is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law on the Pietermaritzburg campus and teaches Constitutional Law and Property Law. Professor Freedman was awarded a Distinguished Teachers Award: Certificate of Excellence by the University in 2003 and has also acted as an advisor on constitutional law to the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature.

PROFESSOR DAVID WARD

MS LLIANE LOOTS

School of Biological and Conservation Sciences ward@ukzn.ac.za

School of Literacy Studies, Media and Creative Arts lootsl@ukzn.ac.za

Professor Ward’s research interests lie in the field of the ecology and genetics of plantanimal interactions. In particular he is interested in the effects of herbivory by large mammals on the population biology, population genetics and conservation of plant populations, especially trees. Most of his work focuses on savanna ecology. He was Chair of Conservation Ecology at Stellenbosch University until mid-2004 when he joined UKZN as Chair of Botany. Professor Ward has written more than 130 papers in peer-reviewed journals, 14 chapters in peer-reviewed books, and has recently completed a book, The Biology of Deserts, which will be published by Oxford University Press in October 2008.

Ms Loots is the dance lecturer in the Drama and Performance Studies Programme on the Howard College campus. Her research areas include the study of emerging African contemporary performance forms with a special focus on researching and writing up un-navigated contemporary dance histories of the African continent. She is the Artistic Director of the Centre for Creative Arts annual African contemporary dance festival, JOMBA!, which has actively sought to host dance companies from all over Africa in exchange programmes which have included guest classes, workshops and conferences at UKZN. She is also the artistic director and choreographer of the six-year-old professional dance company the Flatfoot Dance Company. This multi award winning company has a dance technical training and arts development programme run with the financial assistance of both the National Arts Council of South Africa and more recently HIVOS. Loots is the recipient of many local and national choreographic awards, the most recent being the 2007 KZN DANCELINK award for choreography for her work Premonitions.

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A specialist in both epistemology and the ethics of armed conflict, Dr Baker’s research straddles philosophy, ethics and security studies. He is Deputy-Head of the School of Philosophy and Ethics and Director of the UKZN Strategic Studies Group. In 2006 Dr Baker was elected Chairman of the Ethics Society of South Africa for a two year period. He has published 16 papers in peer-reviewed journals, four book chapters, three edited or co-edited, one sole authored volume (published by SCMCanterbury Press) and over 30 media articles, editorials and book reviews. His articles have appeared in South Africa’s leading newspapers and in international publications such as the BBC’s Focus on Africa magazine. He is also regularly interviewed by journalists from the national and international print and broadcast media.

Culture, Communication and Media Studies tomasell@ukzn.ac.za Professor Tomaselli is the South African leader of a longterm international collaborative research project, "Rethinking Indigeneity", which involves issues of representation, cultural tourism and lodge community partnerships. He has been a Visiting Professor and Fulbright Scholar at Michigan State University, a Visiting Professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, a Smithsonian Research Associate, and a visiting Professor at many other United States institutions. Professor Tomaselli is founder and editor of Critical Arts: A Journal of South-North Cultural and Media Studies (Routledge/ UNISA Press) and is founder and co-editor of the Journal of African Cinemas Intellect. He is an editor of a new Ottawa University Press book series, African and Diasporic Cultural Studies, and he serves on the editorial boards of many disciplinary flagship journals across the world. Previously President of the SA Communication Association, he has also served on the international councils of the Association for Cultural Studies and the International Association of Semiotic Studies. His recent publications include Writing in the San/d: Autoethnography Amongst Indigenous South Africans (2007), Encountering Modernity: 20th Century South African Cinemas (2006) and Where Global Contradictions are Sharpest: Research Stories from the Kalahari (2005).

PROFESSOR ROB GOUS School of Agricultural Sciences and Agribusiness Gous@ukzn.ac.za Respected academic, leading scientist and Research Fellow, Professor Gous was recently awarded the prestigious ‘A’ rating status by the NRF following a re-evaluation of his research progress. This is the second time that Professor Gous has received this rating, the first time being about 10 years ago, and in both cases this has been in recognition for his contribution in the field of poultry science. Professor Gous’s research over the past 15 years has involved the development of simulation models that predict food intake and growth of broilers and pigs. The simulation models initially provided answers to ‘whatif’ scenarios, but he and his team have moved on from there and they now optimize the way in which broilers and pigs should be fed to maximise any one of a number of objective functions, such as margin over feed cost or feed conversion efficiency. 2006/07

Professor Friedrich, while maintaining an interest in both organometallic synthesis and homogeneous oxidation catalysis, retrained himself in the area of heterogeneous catalysis and launched the first project in this area in 2000 in collaboration with SASOL. This collaboration is now well established with 13 of his current students being SASOL bursars. He is also a pillar in the DST/NRF Centre of Excellence in Catalysis c*change. Professor Friedrich has published more than 40 refereed papers and currently supervises 21 postgraduate students.

School of Philosophy and Ethics bakerdp@ukzn.ac.za

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PROFESSOR ROBERT MORRELL

Professor Morrell’s major research focuses on the broad field of gender though under this rubric, his interests include the sociology of men and masculinity in Africa, fathers, young parents in school, men’s health and violence and gender in the context of HIV and AIDS. He has been an NRF B-rated scientist since 2002 with his best known research being the edited collection Changing Men in Southern Africa (2001) which has been cited over 100 times. In 2006, together with Linda Richter of the Human Sciences Research Council, he edited Baba: Men and Fatherhood in South Africa and in a follow-up study is leading a collaborative project on young, school-going parents which is funded by SANPAD (Netherlands) and involves staff at the University of the Western Cape as well as UKZN. Since 2000 he has edited three books and authored or co-authored 2 books, 18 book chapters and 23 peer-reviewed journal articles.

Faculty of Law duplessism2@ukzn.ac.za Professor du Plessis’s research interests include international law and international criminal law, human rights and comparative constitutional law. Giving expression to his research, Professor du Plessis practices as an advocate and has appeared in a number of leading cases in the Constitutional Court; he represented Professor Kenneth Good (an academic who had been expelled by Presidential decree from Botswana) before the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights. He is affiliated to the Institute for Security Studies (Pretoria) and Matrix Chambers (London) as a research associate. He is currently working on a book titled Africa's Response to the International Criminal Court.

PROFESSOR MICHAEL HENNING School of Mathematical Sciences Professor Henning’s research interests are in the field of graph theory, a major area of combinatorics. He has worked on several topics in graph theory with his favourite being in the area of domination theory in graphs. His current research is on the interplay between total domination in graphs and transversals in hypergraphs (with Dr Anders Yeo from Royal Holloway, University of London). Professor Henning has more than 240 papers in international mathematics journals and received a President’s Award (P-rating) from the Foundation for Research Development in 1996 while being a National Research Foundation B1rated scientist since 2000.

PROFESSOR ROB SLOTOW School of Biological and Conservation Sciences slotow@ukzn.ac.za Professor Slotow is the Director of the Amarula Elephant Research Programme based in the School of Biological and Conservation Sciences. He completed his PhD on social behaviour in birds at the University of California, Santa Barbara, but since returning to South Africa has changed research interests to focus on Conservation Ecology. There are three focus areas: (1) Management of ecologically and economically important large mammals. (2) Evolutionary and ecological processes driving biodiversity. (3) Conservation management decision-making. Professor Slotow also works closely with Conservation Agencies, and advises them on management decision-making.

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PROFESSOR STEVE DE GRUCHY

PROFESSOR COLLEEN DOWNS

PROFESSOR STEVEN COLLINGS

PROFESSOR STEVEN JOHNSON

School of Religion and Theology degruchys@ukzn.ac.za

School of Biological and Conservation Sciences downs@ukzn.ac.za

School of Psychology collings@ukzn.ac.za

School of Biological and Conservation Sciences johnsonsd@ukzn.ac.za

Professor Colling’s research interests include traumatic stress, the psychological impact of child sexual abuse, and social attitudes toward child sexual abuse. He is currently collaborating with researchers from Africa, Sweden, the United States and Korea in an attempt to assess the crosscultural validity/applicability of the Child Sexual Abuse Myth Scale.

Professor Johnson’s research is focused on ecology and evolution of plant pollination systems. He has contributed significantly to the scientific understanding of the evolutionary diversification of plants in southern Africa and the ecological requirements that plants have for their reproduction. He has a growing interest in the chemical signals that plants use to attract pollinators and has established the best-equipped laboratory in Africa for the study of plant volatiles and insect physiological and behavioural responses to these volatiles. He received the NRF President's award (1999) and the Vice-Chancellors Research Award (2002). He currently holds an NRF B1 rating and the South African Chair in Evolutionary Biology.

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Professor Down’s main area of research is the ecophysiology, conservation and management of South African vertebrates. She has been involved with research together with postgraduates and colleagues on primates, tortoises, avian frugivores and nectarivores, Cape parrots, pelicans, dassies, oribi, bushbuck and feral cats. Her research in the field of Science Education involves problems experienced by second language Life Science students and the development of appropriate teaching strategies to address these. Professor Downs is honorary treasurer of the Zoological Society of Southern Africa; an editor of the Eurasia Journal of Math and Science and Technology Education, and the Journal Ostrich; and a member of the international review panel for the African Journal of Ecology. She has contributed to a variety of publications and has supervised honours, masters, PhD and Post Doctoral students.

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Professor de Gruchy, who is Head of the School of Religion and Theology and Professor of Theology and Development, has concentrated his research on the Social History of Christianity in South Africa, interdisciplinary issues involving the dialogue between faith and development, and – more recently - the interface between religion and public health. Professor de Gruchy has also done research for the World Health Organisation and UNAIDS. Since joining UKZN in 2000, he has contributed to the public discourse of the Christian church on issues such as poverty, environment, food security and HIV and AIDS, being a keynote speaker at a number of national and global meetings. Professor De Gruchy's energy goes into mentoring emerging scholars in the field of theology and development, where he has supervised five successful PhDs and 39 successful Masters students, with many more in the wings. He is also the editor of the Journal of Theology for Southern Africa.

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PROFESSOR PHILIPPE DENIS

DR LINDA VISSER

School of Religion and Theology denis@ukzn.ac.za

Department of Ophthalmology visser@ukzn.ac.za

Professor Denis’ main areas of research are the history of the Reformation, the history of Christianity in Southern Africa, the history of HIV and AIDS in Africa, oral history methodology and memory work. Born in Belgium, Professor Denis graduated with a PhD in History from the University of Liège. He has lectured at the University of KwaZulu-Natal since 1993 and is visiting professor at the History Department of the University of Louvain since 2001. In 2006 he was elected associate member of the Royal Academy of Belgium. He has authored, co-authored or edited 20 books and published more than 100 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters. He is currently the Chairperson of the Oral History Society of South Africa and of the Church History Society of South Africa. An important part of his time is dedicated to the Sinomlando Centre for Oral History and Memory Work in Africa - a research and community-based project he established in the mid 1990s at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Dr Visser is the Head of the Department of Ophthalmology which she joined as a specialist in 1995, graduating to a senior specialist in 1998 and principal specialist in 2004. She has supervised or co-supervised seven Masters students and one Doctoral student. Her research studies presently involve multicentre international trials: (i) Allergan diabetic macular oedema trial with Posurdex and (ii) Allergan retinal vein occlusion trial with Posurdex; and a cross-sectional study Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP17). Dr Visser has held and continues to hold a variety of official positions including president of the Vitreoretinal Society of South Africa (2005-2009); founder member and Vice-Chair of the African Vision Research Institute; a member of the Editorial Board of the South African Ophthalmology Journal, and Chair of the Scientific and Medical Advisory Board for Retina SA. She has published in several journals and booklets dealing with eye health.

PROFESSOR MARITA CARNELLEY

PROFESSOR DAVID MCQUOIDMASON

Faculty of Law carnelleym@ukzn.ac.za

Faculty of Law mcquoidm@ukzn.ac.za

Professor Carnelley's main research interest is in the area of Gambling Law, specifically the regulatory aspects vis-a-vis online gambling on a national and international level, as well as the legal ramifications of pathological gambling and cheating in gambling. Other areas of interest include Family Law and Criminal Law.

Professor J McQuoid-Mason is a Professor of Law at the Centre for Socio-Studies; a Director of the South African Street Law programme; and President of the Commonwealth Legal Education Association. He has facilitated at numerous NGO training workshops on Street Law, Human Rights and Democracy in a variety of African and overseas countries as well as in the establishment of paralegal advice offices in Sierra Leone, Mongolia, Moldova and Cambodia. He has conducted clinical legal education training programmes for African law professors from 13 African countries in South Africa, Nigeria and Uganda. He also conducts regular medico-legal seminars in South Africa. Professor McQuoid-Mason has published over 100 articles in law journals, 30 chapters in books and 12 books. He has delivered over 130 papers at national conferences and over 80 at international conferences. He was awarded a Special Mention by UNESCO for his work in human rights education in 2004.

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School of Sociology and Social Studies Singhsb@ukzn.ac.za

School of Development Studies mayj@ukzn.ac.za

School of Botany and Zoology perrin@ukzn.ac.za

Professor May is the principal researcher for the KwaZulu-Natal Income Dynamics Survey (KIDS), a ten-year quantitative and qualitative panel study of poverty dynamics in KwaZulu-Natal. In 1999, Professor May was appointed by the UNDP onto an evaluation team to examine the impact of their US$20 million Poverty Strategy Initiative and undertook research in Uganda, Zambia, Lesotho and the Maldives. Recently, he has worked in Lesotho and the Maldives developing national poverty monitoring systems. Between 1994 and 1998, he led the Poverty and Inequality Report commissioned by the Office of the Deputy President of South Africa and the South African Participatory Poverty Assessment. He has also worked with a number of government departments in the development of poverty reduction policy options and systems for monitoring the impact of policy, including the social security grants. He is currently working with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine on a study investigating the economic impact of AIDS related mortality. Professor May has published more than 50 papers in books and accredited journals and produced more than 120 working papers, research reports and other publications.

Professor Perrin is a populationconservation biologist with interests in animal behaviour and eco-physiology. While in the past he worked on rodents, elephantshrews, small carnivores and ungulates, his current focus is on African parrots and he is Director of the Research Centre for African Parrot Conservation. Professor Perin recently completed a Darwin Initiative project with Professor Terry Burke and Dr Tee Taylor to prevent illegal trading in South African cranes and the endemic Cape Parrot and has started collaboration with Dr Tim Coles of Operation Wallacea on several research projects including space use and habitat preferences of African wild dogs and cheetahs. He has supervised more than 60 masters and doctoral projects and published more than 200 scientific papers.

Dr Singh, a senior Criminology lecturer, has contributed to Criminological and Sociological research discourses on HIV and AIDS, Prison overcrowding, Foreign Nationals in South Africa, the Indian Diaspora, Substance abuse and Juvenile offences. She is conducting collaborative research in India on the impact of prison administrative personnel and their morale on the rehabilitation of offenders. Dr Singh has received the NRF research grant, “Women in Research”, and is also conducting collaborative research on the problem of HIV and AIDS in prison, both nationally and internationally. Dr Singh is currently engaged in research on Criminology in the 21st Century and its position in contemporary society.

PROFESSOR SHANNON HOCTOR Faculty of Law hoctors@ukzn.ac.za Professor Hoctor’s particular research interests include the general principles of criminal law, specific crimes, the impact of the Bill of Rights on criminal law and legal history. He obtained the BA, LLB and LLM degrees at the University of Cape Town, before completing a DJuris at Rijksuniversiteit Leiden in the Netherlands. Professor Hoctor previously taught at the University of Cape Town and the University of Port Elizabeth before taking up a Chair at the Pietermaritzburg campus of the University in July 2002. Responsible for teaching courses in substantive criminal law at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, he acts as programme co-ordinator for the LLM in Advanced Criminal Justice. He is Editor of the South African Journal of Criminal Justice and Assistant Editor of Obiter as well as being a member of a number of professional societies. 2006/07

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PROFESSOR JOHANNES VAN STADEN

Professor van Staden has worked in many areas of Plant Sciences/Botany, but specifically in the fields of plant hormones, seed germination, senescence, stress physiology, post-harvest physiology, biotechnology and plant tissue culture, ethnobotany, secondary products and ethnomedicine. He is the author/ co-author of 1010 papers which have been published in ISI rated journals. In 2002 he fell within the top 0.5 percent of most cited authors internationally. He has a large number of publications that qualify as citation classics. Professor van Staden is the Editor-in-Chief for the South African Journal of Botany and a Managing Editor of the Journal of Ethnopharmacology and Plant Growth and Development as well as being on the editorial board of a number of other journals. In 1999 he became Director of his own postgraduate research centre the Research Centre for Plant Growth and Development. He has supervised 69 MSc and 78 PhD students and 43 postdoctorals, many of whom are now working in research laboratories all over the world.

PROFESSOR HONG-KUN XU

PROFESSOR MANAGAY REDDI

School of Mathematics leachp@ukzn.ac.za

School of Mathematical Sciences Xuhk@math.nsysu.edu.tw

Faculty of Law reddim@ukzn.ac.za

Professor Leach’s current research activities involve the utilization of symmetry and singularity analyses of differential equations in terms of theoretical properties and with applications to the Mathematics of Finance, Epidemiology, Ecology, Quantum Mechanics, Mathematical Physics and Classical Mechanics. He is the author of more than 230 refereed articles, serves on five editorial boards, is a Fellow of the Royal Society of South Africa, a member of the Academy of Nonlinear Sciences and is on the Scientific Advisory Board of the South African Centre of Excellence in Mathematical Analysis.

Professor Xu was a Senior Professor in the School of Mathematical Sciences until December 2007. The winner of the 2004 South African Mathematical Society award, Professor Xu has published more than 130 journal articles and is an editorial member of more than 10 international mathematical journals.

Professor Reddi’s current research interests focus on violence against women while her specialist areas of teaching and research are in the fields of criminal law and procedure, gender and the law, and international criminal law. She has published a number of articles in these areas. Professor Reddi has also read papers in her specialist areas of law at both national and international conferences. She is an advocate of the High Court of South Africa and is the Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Law at Howard College.

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School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences maharaj@ukzn.ac.za

School of Development Studies pbond@mail.ngo.za

School of Religion and Theology phirii@ukzn.ac.za

Professor Bond directs the Centre for Civil Society (CCS) within the School of Development Studies. His publishing output has been spurred by the high-intensity production of knowledge that can be credited to South African, African and global civil society (often in conflict with state and capital) and by his colleagues' ability to carefully relate the worlds of intellectuals and social change activists. Documenting the concerns of a mobilised, active citizenry has allowed Professor Bond to offer journals and book publishers cutting-edge material related to water and sanitation, energy/electricity, climate change mitigation, World Social Forum strategy debates, social movement mobilisations, South African and Zimbabwean political economy, African economics, controversies surrounding President Thabo Mbeki's "Two Economies" thesis, microcredit, health policy, global economic crisis, and extraction of resources from the continent. His work has been carried in a variety of periodicals and he recently coedited books with CCS colleagues Horman Chitonge and Rehana Dada. During 2007, he also presented lectures based on these publications at dozens of leading universities and conferences in North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Australia, and worked closely with the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa and other research institutes.

Professor Phiri, former Head of the School of Religion and Theology, has been involved in the following research:

Professor Maharaj’s current research interests include symmetries on manifolds, exact solutions to the Einstein field equations, ultra-compact matter, relativistic radiating stars and inhomogeneous cosmological models. He was appointed Director of the Astrophysics and Cosmology Research Unit of UKZN from January 2005 and held the position of Head of the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences for four years. More than 80 of his research papers have appeared in international journals and he has edited three books. His research papers have been published in high profile journals including Classical and Quantum Gravity, General Relativity and Gravitation and the Journal of Mathematical Physics. Professor Maharaj is the recipient of the Vice-Chancellor's Research Award, South African Mathematical Society (SAMS) Medal for the International Year of Mathematics. Other recent awards and achievements include: Finalist in the 2007 NSTF Science and Technology Awards (in the category Research Capacity Development), the Eskom Research Capacity Development Award in 2007, and a SARChI Research Chair in Gravitating Systems awarded by the Department of Science and Technology and National Research Foundation in 2006.

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Gender, Violence and HIV and AIDS prevention: Behaviour change interventions for church couples in Pietermaritzburg funded by the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS at Yale University in the United States as part of collaborative research with the Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians. Broken Women, Healing Traditions? Indigenous Resources for gender critique and social transformation in the context of AIDS. It is funded by the National Research Foundation and involves team research by a South Africa/ Norway Research Co-operation programme. Professor Phiri has co-authored and co-edited a variety of books and has contributed chapters to a wide selection of publications.

PROFESSOR SREEKANTH JONNALAGADDA School of Chemistry jonnalagaddas@ukzn.ac.za Having more than 100 research publications in peer-reviewed international journals, Professor Jonnalagadda's research interests are spread broadly in two areas: Catalysed Oxidative Processes - Focus is on developing competitive technologies including the Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOP), using ozone/hypochlorite/ oxygen as oxidants - for conversions to value added products and for the disinfection and treatment of drinking and waste water, as well as for industrial bleaching processes. The other goal of the studies is to synthesize and characterize new catalyst materials, with diverse supports and to modify the commercially available zeolites by loading different metals to improve shape selectivity and efficiency of the catalysts. Environmental Chemistry - With emphasis on the elemental uptake by edible vegetation, his Group is actively involved in a number of studies to facilitate a sustainable environment. Concluded projects include the assessment of impact of arsenic-rich mine dumps on the river streams and habitat, and the effect of soil contamination and coal mine soil on the elemental uptake by spinach, mushrooms, ginger, African potato and various seaweeds including Gelidium sp, sea grapes and sea lettuce.

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PROFESSOR PATRICIA BERJAK School of Biological and Conservation Sciences berjak@ukzn.ac.za

PROFESSOR REMBRANDT KLOPPER School of Information Systems and Technology rklopper@ukzn.ac.za Professor Klopper is the research co-ordinator at the School of Information Systems and Technology where he supervises masters and doctoral students doing research by dissertation on particular aspects of Informatics such as e-education, e-learning, mobile communication, particularly the adoption of emerging forms of electronic communication. Over the past three years he has read papers on particular aspects of e-government at four international conferences. Professor Klopper is an interdisciplinary scholar engaging in and publishing the results of research focusing on

interrelated aspects of informatics, communication science and cognitive science, either as sole author or a co-author. Professor Klopper has over the past decade supervised scores of masters and doctoral students working in one of the above disciplines. He is special issues editor of the South African scholarly journal Alternation for which he has edited cognitive science, informatics and management studies issues.

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Professor Patricia Berjak has worked extensively in the field of seed biology, initially on the mechanics of deterioration of stored orthodox seeds and the problems posed by the inherent xero tolerant mycoflora and – for the past 25 years – on recalcitrant seeds. Along with her collaborator and husband, Professor Norman Pammenter, and a succession of research students, she has published extensively in the area of recalcitrant seeds. Professor Berjak’s endeavours have gained her several honours, including recognition by the South African Department of Science and Technology as the 2004 Distinguished Women Scientist; induction as a Fellow of the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World in 2005, and in 2006, the award of the seldombestowed Gold Medal of the South African Association of Botanists.

Also in 2006, she was honoured by the award of the National Order of Mapungubwe: Silver, for her contributions to seed science, and most recently by the National Research Foundation President’s Lifetime Achievement award. Professor Berjak collaborates locally with colleagues at the University of Witwatersrand, the University of Cape Town and the Wildlife Biological Resource Centre of the National Zoological Gardens in Pretoria. Internationally, she has strong links with the Millennium Seed Bank KEW, in the UK, and the National Center for Genetic Resources Conservation, Fort Collins, in the United States. In July 2008, Professor Berjak assumed the role of President of the International Society for Seed Science, and is currently one of two Vice-Presidents of the Academy of Sciences of South Africa. She is also the co-convenor of the series of specialist international workshops on desiccation-tolerance and sensitivity in seeds and vegetative plant tissues.

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MR ANDRE LOUW Faculty of Law louw@ukzn.ac.za

Faculty of Science and Agriculture jaganyi@ukzn.ac.za Professor Jaganyi, Deputy Dean at the Faculty of Science and Agriculture in Pietermaritzburg, is an internationally acclaimed academic whose research interest focuses mainly on mechanistic studies of chemical reactions. He uses modern kinetic techniques to monitor rates of reactions and hence elucidates the molecular nature of the reactions. His kinetic study of the rates of hydroboration reactions are of fundamental importance to the production of olefins, the primary feedstock for very important polymerisation processes such as the manufacture of plastic.

Professor Jaganyi is also involved in the mechanistic investigation of biorelevant platinum (II) complexes of the Cisplatin type which are among the most effective anticancer drugs known. The thrust of this research is to tune the reactivity of these complexes through structural change and to contribute towards a better understanding of how these complexes are likely to react in vivo. He has published some of his work in Nature, one of the most widely-respected scientific journals in the world. In addition his results in the area of transition metal chemistry has been published in some of the most prestigious journals in chemistry. Professor Jaganyi’s work has not gone unnoticed - in 2000 he was awarded the prestigious Daimler Chrysler Fellowship of

the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation which saw him spend one year in Germany at the University of Erlangen-Nurnberg. In 2007, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) awarded him the THRIP award for: “The Outstanding Black Researcher/Project Leader for 2007” for his work on the Double Bond Isomerisation Project. In addition he is a referee for top international journals in chemistry and serves on a variety of important research committees of the National Research Foundation.

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Mr Louw is an attorney of the High Court of South Africa and teaches Contract and Intellectual Property Law at UKZN. He is currently completing his LLD in Sports Law through the University of Stellenbosch. His research interest is exclusively in Sports Law and he is one of about four academics in South Africa who actively work in this field. He has published extensively on Sports Law topics in recent years and Is currently writing a chapter on South Africa for Kluwer Law International’s publication: International Encyclopaedia of Sports Law. The publication is a comparative law source which forms part of the International Encyclopaedia of Law series aimed at providing a source of reference for comparative research regarding the legal systems in different jurisdictions. It is due to be published early in 2009.

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PROFESSOR JACK MOODLEY Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology jmog@ukzn.ac.za

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Professor Moodley was the previous Head of Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and is currently Professor Emeritus in the Department. Professor Moodley continues his interests in maternal and fetal medicine, with a focus on hypertensive disorders of pregnancy. He is the current Chair of the National Committee on Confidential Enquiries into Maternal Deaths and assists both the Provincial and the National Departments of Health with advice on maternal health. He is Regional Editor and Advisory Board Editor for the European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Biology and is still a B-rated NRF researcher.

PROFESSOR TREVOR EDWARDS

PROFESSOR DULCIE MULHOLLAND

School of Botany and Zoology edwards@ukzn.az.za

School of Chemistry d.mulholland@surrey.ac.uk

Professor Edwards’ was offered the post of Research Fellow in Pietermaritzburg shortly after finishing his Masters degree and for nearly 20 years he remained in this position as Curator of the University Herbarium at the then Natal University. During this period Professor Edwards attained his PhD which was awarded the coveted Captain Scott Medal for the best PhD of that year. Together with the postgraduates under his supervision, Professor Edwards has published nearly 100 peerreviewed scientific papers and has made more than 80 presentations at local and international conferences. The primary focus of this work has been examining the diversity, breeding systems and conservation of the eastern seaboard flora of South Africa. Nearly 40 species new to science have been described by Professor Edwards and his team of dedicated students. In addition, many classification errors have been rectified helping to avert conservation threats to poorly known species.

Professor Mulholland’s research interests lie in the field of isolating and identifying novel compounds from natural sources. She is particularly interested in compounds with anti-inflammatory, cardio-vascular and anti-cancer activity and has many international collaborators, investigating the pharmacological properties of compounds isolated by her Group. In 2003, she was recognised for her significant contribution to UKZN by a Special Award from Convocation. She is presently Professor of Biological Chemistry at the University of Surrey in Guildford, England, but maintains strong links with UKZN, cosupervising post-graduate students and collaborating on research projects. She was appointed Head of the School of Pure and Applied Chemistry in 2002 and subsequently Head of the new School of Chemistry after the amalgamation of the University of Natal and University of DurbanWestville. In her 15 years at UKZN she produced over 150 research papers and supervised 25 MSc and 22 PhD degrees. She serves on the editorial boards of Planta Medica and the Journal of Ethnopharmacology and is Subject Editor for Phytochemistry for Phytochemistry Letters.

Dr O OSHA Faculty of Humanities, Development & Social Sciences PROFESSOR P NGULUBE Faculty of Humanities, Development & Social Sciences DR M RADEMEYER Faculty of Science & Agriculture

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PROFESSOR MICHAEL GREEN

Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research), University of KwaZulu-Natal & Director of the Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research in South Africa (CAPRISA) Karims1@ukzn.ac.za

School of Literary Studies, Media and Creative Arts greenm@ukzn.ac.za

Professor Abdool Karim, ProVice-Chancellor (Research) at UKZN, is a clinical infectious diseases epidemiologist whose main current research interests are in microbicides and vaccines to prevent HIV infection and implementing antiretroviral therapy in resource constrained settings. He has published widely on infectious diseases, including AIDS, Measles and Hepatitis B and co-edited the textbook widely used to teach epidemiology in South Africa as well as a book on HIV and AIDS in South Africa. He is the Chair of the Scientific and Technical Advisory Group for Reproductive Health at the World Health Organisation; a Steering Committee member of the Gates Foundation’s Global HIV Prevention Working Group and an Executive Committee Member of the National Institute of Health (NIH) funded Microbicide Trials Network. He is also Professor of Clinical Epidemiology at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University and Adjunct Professor of Medicine at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University.

Head of the School of Literary Studies, Media and Creative Arts, Professor Green, has published many academic articles mainly on the uses of history in fiction, which is also the subject of his scholarly book Novel Histories (WUP, 1997). He has published two works of historical fiction: Sinking: A Verse Novella (Penguin, 1997) which won the University of Natal Book Prize in 1998 and For the Sake of Silence (Umuzi/ Random House, 2008). Green has won a Commonwealth Fellowship and twice been the recipient of the University's Distinguished Teacher’s award. He was elected as Chair of the Association of University English Teachers of Southern Africa for 2005 – 2007, and re-elected for 2008-2010. He has served as a committee member for the UKZN Press and has served as Chair of this committee. Professor Green is on the board of several journals, is a reader for two publishing houses, and is a rated researcher with the National Research Foundation.

DR IRENE MACKRAJ Department of Physiology mackraji@ukzn.ac.za Dr Mackraj’s main research area is the identification of blood pressure-lowering plants and the molecular basis of action. A press release of her research teams preliminary findings was delivered in Washington in the United States in 2007 at the FASEB (Experimental Biology) conference. She is currently involved as a principal investigator and collaborator in several other research projects, including Drug Delivery Systems, and the pathogenesis and treatment of pre-eclampsia at the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine. She has both international and local collaborators and has made visits to universities in the United States to pursue her collaborative links and further her research goals.

2006/07

Professor Munro’s areas of specialisation are in the fields of synthetic, structural, computational and supramolecular chemistry. His core research techniques include: (1) Electron Spin Resonance (ESR), Mossbauer, electronic, time-resolved fluorescence (nano- and microsecond lifetimes) and multinuclear Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy; (2) parameterisation of empirical force fields, conformation analysis and molecular simulations (molecular mechanics, semi-empirical, Density Functional Theory (DFT), and ab initio quantum mechanics, molecular and Langevin dynamics); and (3) X-ray crystallography (single crystal methods). Professor Munro has co-authored a number of books and other publications.

PROFESSOR SALIM S. ABDOOL KARIM

R E P O R T

Recipient of the ViceChancellors Research Award 2007 School of Chemistry munroo@ukzn.ac.za

R E S E A R C H

PROFESSOR ORDE MUNRO

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PROFESSOR CHRIS BUCKLEY

Professor Buckley was a founder member of the Pollution Research Group which investigated the reduction of water pollution through the closed loop treatment of water, chemicals and energy. These objectives are as relevant today as they were in the early 1970s. Professor Buckley then undertook research for the Water Research Commission on industrial problems associated with the textile industry, membrane processes and brine treatment. More recent research has focused on industrial sustainability through the promotion of cleaner production in both the municipal (water supply and wastewater treatment) and industrial sectors (textile, mining, power generation and coal to fuel processing). Professor Buckley has served two terms on the Minister of Water Affairs Advisory Committee and undertaken studies for UNEP and UNIDO on promoting cleaner production in industry in Africa.

R E S E A R C H

R E P O R T

2006/07

School of Chemical Engineering buckley@ukzn.ac.za

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DR KAVILAN MOODLEY School of Mathematical Sciences moodleyk41@ukzn.ac.za Dr Moodley’s research interest is in the area of cosmology and involves confronting cosmological theories with observational data, in particular observations of the cosmic microwave background and large-scale structure. He is a scientific board member of the international Atacama Cosmology Telescope Project and was a member of the International Science Working Group for the Square Kilometer Array Project in 2005 and 2006. Professor Moodley won the South African Institute of Physics Silver Jubilee Medal in 2007.

PROFESSOR ELELWANI FARISANI

PROFESSOR LINDY STIEBEL

School of Religion and Theology frisanie@ukzn.ac.za

Literary Studies, Media and Creative Arts stiebell@ukzn.ac.za

Professor Farisani's research concentrates on (1) how the African indigenous languages can be used in the teaching and learning of Biblical Hebrew and (2) showing how - with the use of a sociological analysis biblical texts can best be used to address some of the current challenges facing the African continent. Professor Farisani who teaches the Hebrew Bible and Biblical Hebrew, is currently involved in research initiatives which include a National Research Foundation backed study to explore how Romans 12 can be used in a quest for an African theology of renewal, transformation and reconstruction. The study's main focus is on the sociological analysis of this text with a view to appropriating such an analysis in a quest for a theological reconstruction in South Africa. He is also involved in a book project aimed at bringing together the theological discourses of African American and South African religious studies and theology.

Professor Stiebel, Academic Co-ordinator of English Studies on the Howard College campus, has recently completed a five year NRF project that explores links between writers and place in KwaZulu-Natal. This project is unique in South Africa in its development of Literary Tourism as a research field – to date the website (www.literarytourism. co.za) hosts entries on 60 KwaZulu-Natal writers, together with research papers gathered from the project’s workshops, podcasts, current book reviews and interviews. Four literary trails have been developed thus far with the latest on Cato Manor writers providing scope for community involvement. Considerable international and national response to the KZN Literary Tourism initiative has been received, with the website receiving upwards of 5000 ‘hits’ a month. Professor Stiebel’s research on links between writers and place has also produced a book on Rider Haggard, Imagining Africa (Greenwood Press, 2001); a CD-ROM on the 19th Century Explorer and artist Thomas Baines, Thomas Baines and the ‘Great Map’ (Campbell Collections 2001); and a book co-edited with Professor Liz Gunner on Lewis Nkosi, Still Beating the Drum, (Wits University Press 2006). She is currently working on a commissioned volume on Rider Haggard for Chatto and Pickering as part of their prestigious series Lives of Victorian Literary Figures which is due out in 2009.

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Professor Govinder’s research is focused on differential equations. He develops and extends techniques for analysing and solving both ordinary and partial differential equations. These techniques involve group theory, singularity analysis and a dynamical systems approach. In addition he tackles applications of differential equations in Mathematical Physics (mainly General Relativity and Gravitation) as well as Mathematical Biology.

School of Development Studies maharajp7@ukzn.ac.za Dr Maharaj’s research focuses on the area of sexual and reproductive health, with special reference to HIV and AIDS and family planning. She is currently involved in a number of research projects in this area and has published numerous scientific articles in local and international peerreviewed journals, abstracts, research reports and chapters in books. She is the academic co-ordinator of the Masters in Population Studies. In 2007 she was awarded the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship to carry out scholarly work in Europe. As part of the scholarship, she spent three months teaching at Linkoping University in Sweden.

PROFESSOR SHERYL HENDRIKS School for Agricultural Sciences and Agribusiness hendriks@ukzn.ac.za Household food security, empirical measurement of food security, agricultural growth linkages and household coping strategies comprise the main areas of research undertaken by Professor Hendriks, who is the initiator and leader of the African Centre for Food Security (ACFS) and Head of School for Agricultural Sciences and Agribusiness. Professor Hendriks is a recipient of the University’s Distinguished Teachers’ Award and the Nells Westermark Award for the Best Poster at the 2006 International Agricultural Economics Association Conference. She was rated one of the University’s most promising young researchers in 2003 and was placed eighth in the South African National Research Foundation’s Women in Research Rating for 2007. Professor Hendriks has published 23 peer reviewed journal articles, three chapters in books and monographs, 24 refereed conference proceedings, presented 14 invited plenary papers on food security and authored 12 policy and technical papers and reports, including providing lead authorship of the CAADP Framework for African Food Security.

2006/07

Professor North's research interest is the emergence of probabilistic reasoning and the contribution thereof to general statistical literacy. She assisted with the defining of the data handling component of the new school curriculum in South Africa, a collaborative research project with statistics specialists from Italy and England. Collaborative research with international leaders in statistics education in Australia, the United States and England has contributed to Professor North being the leader in research on the effect of statistics training of in-service mathematics school teachers in South Africa. The various research projects she has run in this regard have led to her being an invited speaker, session organiser, topic convener and plenary panel member at a variety of international statistics education conferences. Professor North is passionate about the development and application of Statistics in South Africa, at all levels. She has delivered papers and led workshops each year (since 1981) at annual conferences of the South African Stats Association. She serves on various national statistics steering committees.

School of Mathematical Sciences govinder@ukzn.ac.za

DR PRANITHA MAHARAJ

R E P O R T

School of Statistics and Actuarial Science northd@ukzn.ac.za

PROFESSOR KESH GOVINDER

R E S E A R C H

PROFESSOR DELIA NORTH

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FEATURED RESEARCHERS (continued)

DR NISHA SINGH

Dr Singh, the recipient of the National Research Foundation Thuthuka Award from 2003 to 2008, has conducted research on the chemical analysis of in vitro-generated plants/ tissues/organs. At present she is leading a research team working on the large scale production of important phtyocompounds using bioreactor technology. Dr Singh acquired bioreactor technology in South Korea during a sabbatical in 2005 at Chungbuk National University where she also worked with Dr Yaser Dewir who presently holds a post doctoral fellowship in her research programme at the School of Biological and Conservation Sciences on the Westville campus. She has authored several peerreviewed journal articles and made presentations at several conferences, that include the International Congress of Environmental Research, which was held in Bhopal, India, where she delivered a paper on the Evaluation of betulinic acid in field and in vitro plants of Syzygium cordatum.

R E S E A R C H

R E P O R T

2006/07

School of Biological and Conservation Sciences Singhni@ukzn.ac.za

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PROFESSOR PANGIRAYI TONGOONA

PROFESSOR MICHAEL SAMUEL

PROFESSOR LESLEY STAINBANK

School of Biochemistry, Genetics, Microbiology and Plant Pathology tongoona@ukzn.ac.za.

Faculty of Education samuelm@ukzn.ac.za

School of Management Studies stainbankl@ukzn.ac.za

Professor Tongoona’s research interests are centred on breeding for low phytic acid maize and sorghum grains to improve the bioavailability of micronutrients (iron, zinc, calcium) to monogastric consumers such as humans, pigs and poultry; and the development of male sterile lines for use in the generation of hybrids in sorghums and millets. Professor Tongoona, who joined the UKZN from Zimbabwe in 2004, has supervised 14 PhD and 16 MSc/MPhil students in Plant Breeding.

Prior to his appointment as Acting Dean in the Faculty of Education, Professor Samuel served on the Ministerial Committee on Teacher Education which gave rise to the construction of the National Policy Framework for Teacher Education and Development in 2007. He has participated in international studies supported by the Department for International Development in the United Kingdom involving researching teacher education in Ghana, Malawi, Lesotho, Trinidad & Tobago, and South Africa (1998-2003). Another international research project looked at who sits at the margins of schooling in South Africa and in India (2002). Both these studies involved collaboration with the University of Sussex, Centre for International Education. He was also part of the technical advisory team involved in a major research project undertaken by the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) on behalf of the Education Labour Relations Council, reviewing the national teacher supply and demand challenges in the context of the HIV and AIDS pandemic in South Africa (2004). He has delivered conference papers at a range of international and national conferences and published in national and international journals.

Professor Stainbank's research interests include accounting education, differential reporting, employee reporting and professional accounting education programmes. She is currently collaborating on an international research project to develop an Accountancy Development Index. Professor Stainbank, who is in the Faculty of Management Studies, is a co-author of the text book A Student's Guide to International Financial Reporting which is prescribed by seven universities in South Africa at either the third yearor honours level. She has published in the SA Journal of Accounting Research, Meditari Accountancy Research and Accounting Education: An International Journal. Professor Stainbank is currently serving on the editorial boards of the SA Journal of Accounting Research and the African Journal of Accounting, Economics, Finance and Banking Research and is an Editorial Adviser to Accounting Education: An International Journal.

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School of Anthropology Gender and Historical Studies Hiralalk@ukzn.ac.za

School of Geological Sciences uken@ukzn.ac.za

Dr Hiralal, whose research interests include women and empowerment, ethnic studies and diaspora issues, is currently working on the history of the Gujarati community in KwaZulu-Natal as well as political resistance of women in colonial Natal. She is also completeing a paper on women and empowerment in the informal sector in South Africa. Dr Hiralal has been the receipient of several awards in research including: The National Research Foundation Grant Thuthuka, for the period 2003-2008; UKZN Certificate of Excellence for making significant progress in the National Research Foundation’s Thuthuka Programme (2004); Awarded Thuthuka, Women in Research Post Doctoral Scholarship, from the National Research Foundation to conduct research at Dalhouise University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, during August 2004 to January 2005.This award gave her the opportunity to undertake collaborative research within the International Development Studies Unit at Dalhaouise University; awarded the Nordic Africa Guest Scholarship at the Nordic Africa Institute in Uppsala, Sweden in September December 2007.

Dr Uken, a Senior Lecturer in Economic Geology and Director of the Marine Geoscience Unit (MGU), has varied research interests which include deformation and intrusion mechanisms associated with the Bushveld Complex, the worlds largest single resource of platinum, chrome and vanadium. An understanding of the dynamic nature of the floor structures within the complex, have become central to developing new exploration targets. He has been part of ongoing applied geological research with Richards Bay Minerals, in the age and evolution of this world class dune ore deposit. An understanding of these dune systems led to his involvement in Marine Geology and the dynamics of coastal and estuarine processes as well as the adjoining continental shelf. These studies include the geology and evolution of the Aliwal Shoal, the Durban Bight, the Bluff and adjoining Blood Reef. With the discovery of Coelacanths in the Sodwana canyons in 2000, the MGU became involved with mapping and studying the evolution of these impressive canyon systems. The African Coelacanth Ecosystem Programme (ACEP) has since entered its second phase and projects now include studies on the sedimentology and nanofossil distribution of the KwaZulu-Natal Bight and palaeoclimate studies on coral cores from Sodwana and the greater western Indian Ocean.

2006/07

Professor Magwaza, a gender and social justice activist, is a prolific researcher who is currently working on two research projects - one of which is funded by the Organisation of Social Science Research in Southern and East Africa (OSSREA) and the National Research Foundation. Her area of expertise, research and teaching is the cultural constructions of gender with a special focus on the Zulu language and culture, motherhood, Durban-based refugees, and the impact of HIV and Aids on women and homecare givers. She has published more than 20 national and international papers and book chapters in these areas. An Associate Professor and Head of the Gender Studies Programme, Professor Magwaza is the recipient of many awards including the Fulbright research scholarship and an award from the UN-established University for Peace.

DR RON UKEN

R E P O R T

School of Anthropology, Gender & Historical Studies Magwazat1@ukzn.ac.za

DR KALPANA HIRALAL

R E S E A R C H

PROFESSOR THENJIWE MAGWAZA

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RESEARCH GRANTS AND CONTRACTS 2006 (more than R100 000) COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE

R E S E A R C H

R E P O R T

2006/07

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

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R 12,755,964 Amount Awarded

Investigator name

Project Title

Funder Name

PROFESSOR RE SCHULZE

Applications of rainfall forecasts for agriculturally related decision making in selected catchment

Water Research Commission

R 5,700,000

PROFESSOR CA BUCKLEY

The development of research capacity and the conduct of research into water and sanitation delivery

eThekwini Municipality

R 2,500,000

DR SA LORENTZ

An Investigation into the Effects of Atmospheric Pollutants on Surface Water Quality in the Eastern Regions of South Africa

Water Research Commission

R 1,435,300

PROFESSOR RE SCHULZE

Regional aspects of climate change and their secondary impacts on water resources

University of Cape Town

R 1,341,780

PROFESSOR CA BUCKLEY

Anaerobic membrane bioreactor

Water Research Commission

R 693,280

DR JC SMITHERS

Funding of a Research Fellowship for the School of Bioresources Engineering and Environmental Hydrology

South African Sugarcane Research Institute

R 321,000

PROFESSOR CA BUCKLEY

Technical Agreement: Applying and further developing the protocols developed for determining the treatability of toxic liquid effluents by anaerobic digestion

Sasol Technology (Pty) Ltd

R 280,000

MR SA MC DONALD

Embedded C Course outline - Version 2

UEC Technolgies (Pty) Ltd

R 184,110

PROFESSOR DR ARNOLD

Project Jumbo Pilot Plant Runs C10

International Furan Technology

R 156,146

FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE

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R 41,247,998

Investigator name

Project Title

Funder Name

PROFESSOR MD LAING

Providing young scientists from Eastern and Southern Africa with Ph.D. training in modern crop breeding

Rockefeller Foundation

R 7,595,496

DR SD JOHNSON

Chair in Evolutionary Biology

National Research Foundation

R 7,500,000

PROFESSOR MD LAING

Provide young scientist PhD training in modern crop breeding.

Rockefeller Foundation

R 6,200,000

PROFESSOR SD MAHARAJ

Chair in Gravitating Systems

National Research Foundation

R 5,800,000

Amount Awarded

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R 3,502,184

DR NH RODDA

Guidelines for sustainable use of Greywater in Small -scale Agriculture and Gardens in South Africa

Water Research Commission

R 1,670,000

PROFESSOR MD LAING

Cyclotron Mutagenesis of African Food Security Crops

PlantBio Trust

R 1,500,000

PROFESSOR HC MURRELL

Establishment of a KwaZulu-Natal Node

National Bioinformatics Network

R 901,175

DR JPD GOLDRING

Consortium for the South African Malaria Initiative

University of Pretoria

R 898,990

DR FB AHMED

An investigation into using different satellite remote sensors and techniques to identify, map, and predict the spread and distribution of some major current and emergent invasive plant species in KZN

Department of Agriculture and Environmental Affairs

R 600,000

PROFESSOR KP KIRKMAN

Convergence and Contingencies in Savanna Grasslands

Colorada State University

R 554,692

DR PB TONGOONA

Funding of Innovative Plant Biotechnology Programmes directed to develop the Biotechnology Sector and improve the quality of life of small farmers in South Africa

University of Pretoria

R 483,073

DR D SCOTT

To Develop a set of Tourism Materials and an introductory course: Wetlands 101

Greater St Lucia Wetland Park Authority

R 464,482

PROFESSOR RJ FINCHAM

Establishment of the Eshowe Craft Support Agency (ECSA) Reference: LCF Project Implementation 002/006

Department of Economic Development

R 436,750

DR SJ BROOKS

Farm Dwellers, the Forgotten People? Consequences of conversions to Private Wildlife Production in KwaZulu-Natal

South Africa-Netherlands Research Programme on Alternatives in Development

R 436,500

DR PB TONGOONA

Regional training strategies for post - secondary agricultural education in Sub-Sharan Africa: When do they work and how should they be done

World Bank Group

R 327,080

PROFESSOR WN ELLERY

Determination of Landscape Level Imapcts and Development of a Loss-of-Function Metric

University of Cape Town/ WRC

R 300,000

DR DC KOTZE

The Sustainability Indices Component of the WHI Research Programme

University of Cape Town/ WRC

R 300,000

PROFESSOR MJ SAVAGE

Refining tools for evapouration monitoring in support of water resource management

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research/WRC

R 254,900

DR ML HAMER

South Africa's Hidden Species

EARTHWATCH

R 211,770

PROFESSOR U BOB

Developing and testing a monitoring and evaluation system to monitor, track and evaluate the Greening of the nation and other SANBI Environmental Education Programmes

The South African National Biodiversity Institute

R 196,000

PROFESSOR R PERISSINOTTO

Climate change & the implications for management and conservation of St. Lucia Estuary

World Wide Fund For Nature

R 171,000

2006/07

Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo

R E P O R T

Capacity-Building and Research Activities in Sub-Saharan Africa

R E S E A R C H

PROFESSOR MD LAING

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RESEARCH GRANTS AND CONTRACTS 2006 (continued)

PROFESSOR MJ SAVAGE

Incorporation of the Canegro Model into the DSSAT V4 Software

South African Sugarcane Research Institute

R 167,915

PROFESSOR R PERISSINOTTO

Climate change and management of KZN estuaries: St Lucia Estuary

National Research Foundation

R 150,000

COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES

R E S E A R C H

R E P O R T

2006/07

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

3

R 1,516,000

Investigator name

Project Title

Funder Name

Amount Awarded

DR VR WEDEKIND

Enhancing the Quality of Teacher Education

Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Higher Education (SIU)

MS TA MBATHA

Evaluation of the IEC/DOE project to infuse teaching of constitutional democracy, peace, human rights and special institutions to learners in grade R-9

Electoral Commission

R 200,000

MRS FY O'BRIEN

Service Learning Capacity Building Programme (SLCBP)

JET Education Services

R 120,000

R 1,196,000

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES, DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

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R 20,066,323

Investigator name

Project Title

Funder Name

PROFESSOR GC LINDEGGER

Strengthening Ethical Priority Areas for South African HIV Vaccine Trials

Medical Research Council

R 3,264,902

MR IAK VALODIA

Gender & Taxation

International Development Research Centre

R 2,105,360

PROFESSOR PS ROBINSON

Determination of New School requirements and property needs over a 10 year development period

Department of Education and Culture

R 1,889,664

PROFESSOR PM ZULU

Partnership between the Office of the Premier of KwaZuluNatal and the Maurice Webb Race Relations Unit:Servicing Government projects in the Second Economy

KZN Premier's Office

R 1,876,085

PROFESSOR JD MAY

Poverty and Information and communication Technology systems in Urban and rural Eastern Africa (Picture Africa) Case Studies from Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda

Network of Ugandan Researchers and Research Users

R 1,442,822

PROFESSOR PM BOND

Core Funding for the Centre for Civil Society for July 2006 to June 2008

MOTT FOUNDATION

R 1,300,000

PROFESSOR A SITAS

Intergrated Sustainable Rural Development - (ISRD) and Urban Renewal Nodes

Khanya-African Institute for Community-Driven Development

R 1,053,878

PROFESSOR I PETERSEN

Mental Health Policy Development and implementation in four African countries: Breaking the cycle of mental ill-health and poverty

University of Cape Town / DFID

Amount Awarded

R 841,672

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R 757,265

MR IAK VALODIA

Globalization, Gender and taxation: Improving revenue generation and Social Protection in developing countries

American University-Bard College/Ford Foundation

R 660,113

DR P MAHARAJ

Transformative Reproductive Health Commodities

International Center for Research on Women

R 487,500

DR V KHUMALO

Study and Revitilisation of Mission Stations in UKZN: Heritage, Tourism and Community Development Project

National Heritage Council

R 450,000

PROFESSOR PG MARE

Exploring cross-generational construction of social identities in contemporary South Africa: Notes from the emergent margins

South Africa-Netherlands Research Programme on Alternatives in Development

R 436,500

MR IAK VALODIA

British High Commission - Services Project/Trade Policy/ Consultancies/Research

Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies

R 391,590

DR NM MAZIBUKO

Drafting of the Provincial Report for the African Peer Review Mechanism for KwaZulu-Natal

Provincial Government of KwaZulu-Natal

R 348,000

PROFESSOR PM BOND

To Demonstrate to leading Southern African civil society facilitators and intellectuals the strengths and weaknesses of the World Social Forum

Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa

R 325,000

DR DJ SPURRETT

Probability discounting, temporal discounting, and reward bundling in Southern African disordered gamblers

University of Cape Town

R 280,000

MRS BJ KILLIAN

Piloting and Evaluation of Certificate of Education (Working with Children in Adversity)

UNICEF

R 248,000

MS CJ SKINNER

Support the Micro-Economic Development Stategy (MEDS) for the Western Cape

Department of Economic Development & Tourism (WC)

R 227,977

PROFESSOR KL DURRHEIM

Construction of Inequality and Justice in Post-apartheid South Africa

Lancaster University

R 205,120

DR MSE VAWDA

Update of Database and Marketing support for CommunityBased Tourism products in South Africa

The United Nations World Tourism Organization

R 150,000

PROFESSOR PM BOND

Building Capacity of the Economic Justice Network in the Region through the Translation and Distribution of the book Looting Africa

Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa

R 148,200

PROFESSOR DR WASSENAAR

African Health Research Ethics Symposium (AHRES)

Wellcome Trust

R 145,000

PROFESSOR DR WASSENAAR

Ethics, Law and Human Rights Thematic working group of the African AIDS Vaccine Programme

UNAIDS-WHO HIV Vaccine Initiative

R 140,000

DR R SOORYAMOORTHY

Compilation of base line social and community studies for Inhlansi (Zulti-South development) project

Richard Bay Minerals

R 132,232

PROFESSOR PM BOND

To convene a major five-day colloquium with conferencing facilities in other regional cities and two other international cities

Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa

R 126,750

2006/07

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine /ESRC

R E P O R T

Demographic and poverty dynamics in an African population with high AIDS mortality and implication for social policy

R E S E A R C H

PROFESSOR JD MAY

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RESEARCH GRANTS AND CONTRACTS 2006 (continued)

MR IAK VALODIA

Transnet-eThekwini Port City joint planning initiative: Economic Sector Review

Urban-Econ KZN (Pty) LTD

R 125,400

PROFESSOR FJ LUND

Informal economy knowledge transfer and capacity support project.

Ethekwini Municipality Economic Development Department

R 105,000

MS V BAXTER

Gene There, Done That

SA Agency for Science & Technology Advancement

R 101,195

FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

4

R 415,000

Investigator name

Project Title

Funder Name

PROFESSOR LR UYS / PROFESSOR C BURNS

Documentation of the Pioneers of Medicine and Health in South Africa

National Heritage Council

R E S E A R C H

R E P O R T

2006/07

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES

Amount Awarded R 415,000

NELSON R MANDELA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

31

R 72,614,691

Investigator name

Project Title

Funder Name

PROFESSOR UG LALLOO

Implementation of GFATM (Global Fund for AIDS , Tuberculosis and Malaria) Deliverables by the Enhancing Care Initiative, KZN

Department of Health

R 21,296,610

DR P KIEPIELA

Pathogenesis of Clade C HIV Infection

Massachusetts General Hospital

R 10,291,724

PROFESSOR N GQALENI

Inter-Agency PEPFAR Annual program statement US Govt Mission to SA - Biomedical and Traditional Healing Collaboration on HIV and AIDS

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

R 8,400,000

PROFESSOR SS ABDOOL KARIM

Center for HIV/AIDS Vaccine Immunology ("CHAVI")

Duke University

R 6,094,134

PROFESSOR M MARS

Building Informatics Capacity in South Africa

National Institute of Health

R 5,054,718

DR KP MLISANA

Establishment of a SAAVI AIDS vaccine Trial Site in CAPRISA

Medical Research Council

R 3,453,500

PROFESSOR SS ABDOOL KARIM

Center for HIV/AIDS Vaccine Immunology ("CHAVI")

Duke University

R 2,353,306

DR L KANY KANY

Micronutrients and enteric infections in African Children. Amendment No 5

New England Medical Center Hospitals

R 1,864,772

MISS AS VOCE

Situational analysis survey of Maternal and Neonatal Health Services

Department of Health

R 1,754,636

PROFESSOR A COUTSOUDIS

Multi-Country Antiretroviral Treatment Program - Columbia University and University of KwaZulu-Natal in Support of HIV treatment activities at Cato Manor Clinic

Columbia University/ Centre for Diesease Control and Prevention

R 1,540,725

Amount Awarded

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South Africa HIV Vaccine Trials Unit - HVTN 503

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

R 1,522,903

DR CM HORWOOD

An evaluation of the South African HIV adaptations to the Integrated management of Childhood Illness in two Provinces of South Africa

World Health Organisation

R 1,188,048

PROFESSOR Q ABDOOL KARIM

International Training Program in Epidemiology of AIDS

Columbia University

R 1,096,386

PROFESSOR EM PRESTON-WHYTE

Grant to HIVAN for resources to enhance capacity

Carnegie Corporation of New York

R 900,000

DR R PARBOOSING

Effective screening of potential Anti-HIV compounds

CSIR - Operating Unit of Biosciences

R 861,227

MR F VAN LOGGERENBERG

An Enhanced adherence support program for HIV and AIDS Antiretroviral Therapy

Columbia University/ Doris Duke Chartiable Foundation

R 859,852

PROFESSOR SS ABDOOL KARIM

HIV - 1 Cellular Immunity in Exposed Seronegatives

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

R 813,059

PROFESSOR M MARS

Maternal and Child Health Training for Sub-Saharan Africa

New England Medical Center Hospitals

R 644,490

MR AL GRAY

International training Program in Epidemiology of AIDS Year 2

Fogarty International Centre

R 595,350

PROFESSOR N GQALENI

The International Centre for Indigenous Phytotheraphy Studies (TICIPS)

University of the Western Cape/NIH

R 555,043

DR MYS MOOSA

Epidemiology and Immunogenetics of Immune Reconstruction Inflammatory Syndrome

King's College London

R 521,500

PROFESSOR CC JINABHAI

Study on Conducting a Gap analysis on public helath sector for district hospitals package in SA

Department of Health

R 477,660

PROFESSOR CC JINABHAI

Study on Technical Efficiency Study in Public Health Sector of district hospitals in SA

Department of Health

R 300,048

PROFESSOR TE MADIBA

Colorectal cancer registry and epidemiology of colorectal cancerin the Province of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

Department of Health

R 175,000

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES

23

Investigator name

Project Title

Funder Name

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

Corefunding for HEARD's Business Plan 2006 -2010

Royal Netherlands Embassy

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

Addressing the balance of burden in AIDS (ABBA) Research programme consortium

Liverpool School Tropical Medicine

R 52,932,678 Amount Awarded R 25,600,000

R 8,334,000

R E S E A R C H

COLLEGE OF LAW AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES

R E P O R T

2006/07

DR KP MLISANA

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PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

Support to HEARD's Business Plan - Bilateral Agreement

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

R 6,000,000

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

Workplace Health Management Programmes in Southern Africa: Confronting the barriers to increased uptake of voluntary counseling and testing and anti-retroviral treatment

The Merck Company Foundation

R 3,600,000

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

Acceptance and Disbursement of initial funding for Edusector AIDS Response Trust from SIDA

Edusector AIDS Response Trust

R 3,000,000

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

Performing the functions of the Secretariat of the UNAIDS Reference Group on economics

US Agency for International Development

R 2,480,220

PROFESSOR TKC QUINLAN

Dealing with Vulnerability: Parents' Efforts to Secure the Future of Their Children

International Food Policy Research Institute

R 663,329

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

Support for a Key Information meeting in May 2006

US Agency for International Development

R 503,000

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

Relationships between socio-economic status and HIV/ AIDS prevalence among adolescents and broader economic consequences in Limpopo, KwaZulu-Natal and Mpumalanga provinces

Embassy of Ireland

R 480,000

PROFESSOR TKC QUINLAN

Regional Network on HIV and AIDS, Rural Livelihoods and Food Security (Renewal)

International Food Policy Research Institute

R 472,717

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

Bilateral Funding Agreement in terms of the JFA for Heard Core Funding

US Agency for International Development

R 468,000

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

KwaZulu-Natal HIV Surveillance and impact Study

Centre for AIDS Development Research and Evaluation

R 400,000

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

Responding to HIV and AIDS - whole systems assessment and response: HIV and AIDS and STIs

Imperial College London

R 172,700

PROFESSOR TKC QUINLAN

Property rights, HIV and AIDS and domestic violence

The Human Sciences Research Council

R 159,030

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

HIV and AIDS, Poverty and Vulnerability: Project Development Workshop Centre File: 103787-001

International Development Research Centre

R 146,094

PROFESSOR TKC QUINLAN

Swaziland HIV/AIDs Impact Assessment Study

World Bank Group

R 125,200

PROFESSOR TKC QUINLAN

HIV and AIDS, Land Reform and Land-Based Livelihoods in Three provinces in South Africa

The Human Sciences Research Council

R 125,000

R E S E A R C H

R E P O R T

2006/07

RESEARCH GRANTS AND CONTRACTS 2006 (continued)

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RESEARCH GRANTS AND CONTRACTS 2007 (more than R100 000) COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE 20

R 17,978,290

Investigator name

Project Title

Funder Name

Amount Awarded

PROFESSOR D RAMJUGERNATH

Chair in Fluorine Process Engineering & Seperations Technology - NRF Research Chairs

National Research Foundation

PROFESSOR CA BUCKLEY

Protocol for the quantitative assessment of industrial effluents for discharge permitting

Water Research Commission

PROFESSOR CA BUCKLEY

A knowledge network for solving real-life water problems in developing countries:Bridging Contrasts (ANTINIMOS)

Politecnico Di Bari/ European Commission

R 986,400

PROFESSOR CA BUCKLEY

Safe water - Water quality and treatment

Water Research Commission

R 800,000

PROFESSOR GG PEGRAM

Hydrometeorological Forecasting of Flash Floods understanding the effects of climate variability on the management of water resources

Water Research Commission

R 800,000

MR SA MC DONALD

Short Range Wireless Communications 2006/7/8

Armscor

R 657,256

DR CJ VON KLEMPERER

Repeatable and Efficient Manufacture of Complex Shaped Advanced Composite Parts.

Council for Scientific and Industrial ResearchDepartment of Science and Technology

R 395,559

PROFESSOR G BRIGHT

Conceptual design of reconfigural manufacturing equipment

CSIR-ENVIRONTEK

R 300,000

DR GPW JEWITT

A scoping study on water use of crops/trees for biofuels

Water Research Commission

R 250,000

PROFESSOR DIO IKHU-OMOREGBE

Developing competency in the field of three-phase filtration systems and to develop and train post-graduate bursary students in this field

Sasol Technology (Pty) Ltd

R 215,000

R 11,613,900

FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE

45

R 85,873,269

Investigator name

Project Title

Funder Name

PROFESSOR MD LAING

The African Centre for Crop Improvement Phase Two: Buidling on the Initial Vision a component of the PASS project in AGRA - January 2007 -December 2008 "Cohort 6-10"

Programs for a Green Revolution in Africa

R 56,483,112

PROFESSOR F PETRUCCIONE

Chair in Quantum Information Processing and Communication - NRF Research Chairs

National Research Foundation

R 11,145,000

Amount Awarded

R E P O R T

2006/07

R 1,710,000

R E S E A R C H

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

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RESEARCH GRANTS AND CONTRACTS 2007 (continued)

PROFESSOR AT MODI

Water use of drought tolerant food crops

Water Research Commission

R 4,350,000

PROFESSOR RD DIAB

Review of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Backlog Applications associated with the ECA 1989

Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism

R 2,416,564

PROFESSOR RJ FINCHAM/ MR D HAY

Estuaries and Economic Empowerment

Water Research Commission

R 1,710,000

PROFESSOR WN ELLERY

Mfabeni Mire Response to Climatic and Land~Use stresses and its role in sustaining Discharge to Downstream and Adjacent Ecosystem

Water Research Commission

R 1,477,014

PROFESSOR MD LAING

Development of unique maize source germplasm for African ecosystems

Programs for a Green Revolution in Africa

R 1,277,190

PROFESSOR SR PILLAY

Renewable energy resources and their development

Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Higher Education (SIU)

R 838,200

PROFESSOR RD DIAB

Developing the National Framework

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research/ Department of Economic Affairs and Tourism

R 811,680

PROFESSOR KP KIRKMAN

Nature conservation and management : Biodiversity in Coastal Maputaland (Nothern KwaZulu-Natal and Southern part of Mozambique) Links between Geology and Ecology

Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Higher Education (SIU)

R 770,000

Investment Casting Capabilities for Light Metal Alloys

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research/ Department of Science and Technology

R 650,000

DR TM EVERSON

Keeping cattle in a changing rural landscape

South Africa-Netherlands Research Programme on Alternatives in Development

R 480,150

DR SJ BROOKS

Study on Farm Dwellers the Forgotten People? Consequences of conversions to Private Wildlife Production in KwaZulu-Natal

South Africa-Netherlands Research Programme on Alternatives in Development

R 436,500

PROFESSOR RJ FINCHAM/ MR D HAY

Inina Marketing Plan and Mentoring Guide

Department of Economic Development/European Commission

R 409,900

PROFESSOR RM GOUS

Effect of different doses of a new enzyme product on the growth performances of laying hens fed wheat/barley-based diets

Danisco Animal Nutrition

R 292,809

PROFESSOR AT FORBES

Fish diversity status in selected eThekwini estuaries: a basis for catchment management guidelines and development

Ethekwini Municipality

R 245,100

PROFESSOR RM GOUS

The evaluation of Distillers Dried Grains and Solubles as a protein source for poultry and pigs (P06/12/127/07)

Protein Research Foundation

R 228,935

R E S E A R C H

R E P O R T

2006/07

DR N CHETTY

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DR M MUDHARA

Additional funding for the "Farmer Access to Innovation Resources: Action Research on Innovation Support Fund" project

ETC Netherlands

R 161,895

DR FB AHMED

Quantitative assessment of sugarcane growth and factors of stress using remote sensing techniques

South African Sugarcane Research Institute

R 148,547

DR OQ MUNRO

Student 1: Targeting Drug Discovery: Novel Au(III) Biotin Complexes. Student 2: Au(III) Alkyl and Related Porphyrin Derivatives. Student 3: Au(III) Bis(Pyrrole) Schiff Base Derivatives

Mintek

R 142,500

PROFESSOR DS SCHOEMAN

Sandy beaches along the Durban coastline: Biodiversity ecosystem goods and services and implications for management

Ethekwini Municipality

R 139,975

PROFESSOR B PILLAY

Project Mittens - To determine the efficacy of liquid soap activities in-vitro to provide robust support for the claim

Unilever South Africa Home & Personal Care (Pty) Ltd

R 138,927

PROFESSOR RM GOUS

A comparison of the response to dietary protein by the Cobb and Ross broiler strains used in South Africa

Protein Research Foundation

R 126,720

PROFESSOR CA JERMY

Preparation of a Proposal leading to a PhD for a student (William Ansell)

Richards Bay Iron & Titanium (PTY) Limited

R 101,775

COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES 5

R 7,418,297

Project Title

Funder Name

Amount Awarded

DR BP ALANT / PROFESSOR R VITHAL

Broadening access into a socially responsible science and technology education

Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Higher Education (SIU)

R 6,000,000

DR JA KARLSSON

Gender education and global poverty reduction inititatives

University of London/ Economic & Social Research Council

R 1,048,455

DR VR WEDEKIND

Supporting Accelerated and shared growth in South Africa through strengthening HEI's capacity to to support the further Education and training college sector

University of Nottingham/ British Council

R 154,082

MRS FY O'BRIEN

Service Learning Capacity Building Programme (SLCBP)

JET Education Services

R 120,000

R E S E A R C H

R E P O R T

Investigator name

2006/07

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

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R E S E A R C H

R E P O R T

2006/07

RESEARCH GRANTS AND CONTRACTS 2007 (continued)

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES, DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

23

R 6,815,215

Investigator name

Project Title

Funder Name

PROFESSOR A SITAS

Intergrated Sustainable Rural Development - (ISRD) and Urban Renewal Nodes

Khanya-African Institute for Community-Driven Development

MR IAK VALODIA

Project 1: Linkages between the Formal and Informal Economy. Project 2: Institutions in support of resilient regional economies: An examination of existing sub-national economic development and industrial policy practice in KZN in relation to the DTI's proposed Regional Industrial Development Strategy. Project 3: Innovative Practice in Informal Economy Support The Case of Warwick Junction in Durban: Documenting and Disseminating Policy Learning

Department of Trade and Industry (SA govt)

R 654,588

PROFESSOR DR WASSENAAR

Support of the African AIDS Vaccine Programme (AAVP) Collaborating Centre on Ethics Law and Human Rights

World Health Organisation

R 641,531

PROFESSOR A SITAS

Establishing key drivers in South Africa ICT sector to promote global competitiveness: Phase 2 & 3

Department of Trade and Industry (SA govt)

R 632,641

PROFESSOR PM BOND

Improving Energy Systems with Renewables and Tariff Reform

South African National Energy Research Institute

R 600,000

PROFESSOR GC LINDEGGER

The global campaign for microbicides proposing an expert consultation on ethical-legal considerations in adolescent HIV vaccine and microbicide trials and Production of a road map and key resource document for stakeholders

Program for Appropriate Technology in Health

R 440,383

PROFESSOR PG MARE

Exploring cross-generational construction of social identities in contemporary South Africa: Notes from the emergent margins

South Africa-Netherlands Research Programme on Alternatives in Development

R 436,500

DR RJ BALLARD

The politics of housing and service provision in shack settlements: An experiment in knowledge co-production

South Africa-Netherlands Research Programme on Alternatives in Development

R 435,000

PROFESSOR FJ LUND

Political and Social Economy of Care

United Nations Research Institute for Social Development

R 280,000

DR DJ SPURRETT

Probability discounting temporal discounting and reward bundling in Southern African disordered gamblers

University of Cape Town/ South African Responsible Gambling Foundation

R 225,000

PROFESSOR KG TOMASELLI

Behaviour Change Communication Program

Johns Hopkins University

R 225,000

MISS NB NZIMANDE

Provincial Poverty and Migration report on the Province of KwaZulu-Natal

University of Cape Town

R 200,000

MR IAK VALODIA

Formal-Informal Sector linkages in South Africa

The Human Sciences Research Council

R 198,000

PROFESSOR JD MAY

Poverty Survey Project

Statistics South Africa

R 164,160

Amount Awarded

R 1,053,878

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PROFESSOR PM BOND

Coordination and attendance of the World Social Forum Kenya 2007

Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa

R 146,000

MR IAK VALODIA

Demand Forecasting for the Port of Durban

Graham Muller Associates CC/TRANSNET LTD

R 116,166

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES NELSON R MANDELA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

46

R 463,562,659

Investigator name

Project Title

Funder Name

PROFESSOR ML NEWELL

Support of infrastructure and staffing of Africa Centre core activity and research

The Wellcome Trust

R 237,237,934

PROFESSOR SS ABDOOL KARIM

CAPRISA HIV and AIDS Clinical Trials Unit

National Institutes of Health

R 105,619,687

PROFESSOR ML NEWELL

Program Areas: 1) Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission 2) Palliative Care: TB/HIV 3) Counseling and Testing 4) HIV and AIDS Treatment/ARV Services

PACT South Africa/US Agency for International Development

R 20,230,002

PROFESSOR SS ABDOOL KARIM

Collaborative AIDS Program of Research in South AfricaCAPRISA AIDS treatment (CAT) programme - using ART

National Institute of Health

R 16,250,000

DR R NAIDOO

Establishing and operating a Genomics Platform

LIFELab

R 12,000,000

PROFESSOR ML NEWELL

Impact of HAART during pregnancy and breastfeeding on MTCT and mother's health: The Kesho Bora study (AFRICA CENTRE WILL BE ADMINISTORING THE FUNDS)

European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership

R 10,047,545

PROFESSOR N GQALENI

Inter-Agency PEPFAR Annual program statement US Govt Mission to SA - Biomedical and Traditional Healing Collaboration on HIV and AIDS

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

R 9,870,000

PROFESSOR HM COOVADIA

Impact of HLA class I alleles on immune control of adult and paediatric HIV infection

University of Oxford/ Wellcome Trust

R 8,955,496

PROFESSOR N GQALENI

Chair in Indigenous Health Care Systems - NRF Research Chairs

National Research Foundation

R 7,500,000

PROFESSOR PT NDUNG'U

Chair in Systems Biology of HIV and AIDS - NRF Research Chairs

National Research Foundation

R 7,500,000

PROFESSOR SS ABDOOL KARIM

CHAVI Core B

Center for HIV and AIDS Vaccine ImmunologyDuke University/National Institutes of Health

R 5,649,725

DR N PADAYATCHI

Tuberculosis Trials Consortium - YEAR 5 funds

Columbia University

R 3,681,713

PROFESSOR M MARS

Telemedicine intervention strategy in the Province of KwaZulu-Natal

Medical Research Council

R 2,784,755

PROFESSOR SS ABDOOL KARIM

Determinants of HIV acquisition in young women in rural KwaZulu-Natal

CARE South Africa/ Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

R 1,625,000

R E S E A R C H

R E P O R T

2006/07

Amount Awarded

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RESEARCH GRANTS AND CONTRACTS 2007 (continued) International Training Program in Epidemiology of Aids: 1June 2006 - 31 May 2007

Columbia University/NIH

R 1,528,156

MR F VAN LOGGERENBERG

CAPRISA Microbicide Case-Control Study Durban South Africa

Family Health International

R 1,493,002

DR P KIEPIELA

Capacitating Clinical Research in Africa

Massachusetts General Hospital/Doris Duke Charitable Foundation

R 1,410,000

PROFESSOR D MOODLEY

Efficacy of HIV Posttest support for ANC in S A - Year 1 15/09/2006 to 31/08/2007

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

R 1,066,590

PROFESSOR AW STURM

Advanced Laboratory Training Course entitled " Detection of drug resistant tuberculosis: Theory and practice."

Howard Hughes Medical Institute

R 1,050,000

PROFESSOR HM COOVADIA

HLA-Associated Control-Lack of Control in HIV Infection Modification 2 (Year 8)

Massachusetts General Hospital/National Institute of Health

R 1,041,124

PROFESSOR SS ABDOOL KARIM

HIV - 1 Cellular Immunity in Exposed Seronegatives - Year 2

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

R 999,684

PROFESSOR PT NDUNG'U

Immune Regulation of HIV: Providing Insights for Improved AIDS Vaccine Design

Massachusetts General Hospital/International AIDS Vaccine Initiative

R 741,993

PROFESSOR HM COOVADIA

International Maternal Pediatric Adolescent AIDS Clinical Trials Group ("IMPAACT") - Secure the services of Hoosen Coovadia as IMPAACT International Vice Chair of Performance Year 1 - (July1 2006 - May 31 2007)

Social & Scientific Systems Inc

R 655,000

PROFESSOR HM COOVADIA

International Maternal Pediatric Adolescent AIDS Clinical Trials Group ("IMPAACT") - Year 2 for PROFESSOR Coovadia

Social & Scientific Systems Inc/National Institute of Health

R 632,568

PROFESSOR PT NDUNG'U

International Maternal Pediatric Adolescent AIDS Clinical Trials Group ("IMPAACT") Task order 6 - to secure the services of Thumbi Ndung'u MD as IMPAACT Network Laboratory Principal Investigator for performance Year 2 (1 June 2007 - 31 May 2008)

Social & Scientific Systems Inc

R 539,071

PROFESSOR RE MHLANGA

Analytical Study on Maternal Health Quality of Care in Kenya South Africa

The World Bank Group

R 505,386

PROFESSOR PM JEENA

A 48 Week Phase II Non-Comparative Open-label MultiCohort Multicenter Study to Evaluate the Safety Tolerability Pharmacokinetics and Anitviral Activity of GW433908/Ritonvair BID when Administered to HIV-1 infected PI-Naive and Experienced Pediatric Subjects 2 to 18 Years Old and of GW433908 BID Administered to PI-Naive Pediatric Subjects 2 to < 6 Years Old

GlaxoSmithKline South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 435,400

MR AL GRAY

International training Program in Epidimiology of AIDS

Columbia University/NIH

R 427,680

PROFESSOR A COUTSOUDIS

Prevention of Maternal to Child Transmission of HIV MTCTPlus Programme Initiative - Year 5

Columbia University

R 396,025

PROFESSOR A COUTSOUDIS

MTCT-Plus Program - Year 6 funding

Columbia University

R 374,500

R E S E A R C H

R E P O R T

2006/07

MRS JCM SWART

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PROFESSOR SS ABDOOL KARIM

Microbicide Safety Monitoring symposium co-hosted by CAPRISA

Columbia University/ National Institutes of Health

R 366,500

PROFESSOR PM JEENA

A 48 Week Phase II Open-label 2-cohort Multicentre Study to evaluate the Pharmacokinetics Safety Tolerability and Antiviral Activity of GW433908 and GW433908/RTV When Administered to HIV-1 Infected Protease Inhibitor (PI) Naive and PI-Experienced Pediatric Subjects aged 4 weeks to <2 years

GlaxoSmithKline South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 335,600

DR M MOODLEY

HPV Type distribution in case-series of Cervical cancer and Precancer in Durban South Africa according to HIV Serostatus

International Agency for Research on Cancer/ World Health Organisation

R 230,400

PROFESSOR PT NDUNG'U

Harvard University Center for AIDS Research - NK Cell Function in HIV-1 infected individuals from KZN

Harvard University

R 162,585

PROFESSOR ML NEWELL

Anitiretroviral adherence across age groups in a resourcelimited setting

Harvard School of Public Health/National Institutes of Health

R 119,538

PROFESSOR N GQALENI

IKS Bioprospecting and Product Development Platform: Traditional Medicines

Department of Science and Technology

R 100,000

COLLEGE OF LAW AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES

12

R 26,950,636

Investigator name

Project Title

Funder Name

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

Financial support to Health Economics and HIV and AIDS Research Division (HEARD) for 4 year period

Embassy of Ireland

R 11,400,000

PROFESSOR DR POSEL

Chair in Economic Development - NRF Research Chairs

National Research Foundation

R 8,565,000

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

Bilateral Agreement as part of the contirbution to the Joint Financing Arrangement

Department for International Development

R 2,520,000

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

HIV and AIDS Poverty and Vulnerability: Project Development Workshop Grant No:104002-001 01/06/2007 - 31/05/2010

International Development Research Centre

R 2,510,560

PROFESSOR RG TAYLOR

Small Medium and Micro Sized Enterprise (SMME) Learning Networks in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) South Africa

University of Brighton/ British Council

R 857,581

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

Household impacts of AIDS and effective entry points for prevention treatment and care and poverty reduction

Department for International Development

R 345,851

PROFESSOR AW WHITESIDE

Fiscal space and scaling up the response to AIDS

Department for International Development

R 264,944

MR AR KOHLER

The Impact of Trade on Changing Patterns of Energy Use in South African Manufacturing

South African National Energy Research Institute

R 240,000

R E S E A R C H

R E P O R T

2006/07

Amount Awarded

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STATUTORY AND EXTERNAL INCOME EXTERNAL GRANTS AND CONTRACTS PROCESSED IN 2006 COLLEGE

AMOUNT AWARDED

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, ENGINEERING & SCIENCE Faculty of Engineering

R 12,755,964

Faculty of Science & Agriculture

R 41,247,998

TOTAL

R 54,003,962

COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES Faculty of Education

R 1,516,000

Faculty of Humanities, Development & Social Sciences

R 20,066,323

TOTAL

R 21,582,323

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES Faculty of Health Sciences

R 9,380,043

Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine

R 63,808,641

TOTAL

R 73,188,684

COLLEGE OF LAW AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES Faculty of Law

R0

Faculty of Management Studies

R 52,932,678

TOTAL

R 52,932,678

TOTAL GRANTS AND CONTRACTS PROCESSED IN 2006

R 201,707,647

EXTERNAL GRANTS AND CONTRACTS PROCESSED IN 2007 COLLEGE

AMOUNT AWARDED

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, ENGINEERING & SCIENCE Faculty of Engineering

R 17,978,290

Faculty of Science & Agriculture

R 85,873,269

TOTAL

R 103,851,559

COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES Faculty of Education

R 7,418,297

Faculty of Humanities, Development & Social Sciences

R 6,815,215

TOTAL

R 14,233,512

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES Faculty of Health Sciences

R 17,470,000

Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine

R 446,422,656

TOTAL

R 463,892,656

COLLEGE OF LAW AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES Faculty of Law

R0

Faculty of Management Studies

R 26,950,636

TOTAL

R 26,950,636

OTHER Support Sections TOTAL TOTAL GRANTS AND CONTRACTS PROCESSED IN 2007

98

R 3,800,000 R 3,800,000 R 612,728,363

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STATUTORY INCOME FROM THE NATIONAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION (NRF) 2006 - 2007 THRIP (INCLUDING INDUSTRIAL PARTNER CONTRIBUTION)

FOCUS AREAS

Faculty Engineering Science and Agriculture

2006

2007

1,720,494

2006

THUTHUKA

SARChI

2007

2006

2007

2006

2007

2006

2007

2006

2007

962,284 25,665,137 19,810,154

460,000

447,200

0

2,347,200

0

0

0

0

10,147,951 10,001,352

0

4,996,820 6,858,232 4,739,150 2,570,000

442,183

344,940

0

Education

468,633

312,030

0

0

753,780

0

0

0

7,554,927

1,834,340

0

0 2,790,732 1,933,800

0

2,085,000

0

0

0

0

79,000

56,000

0

67,500

72,500

0

0

270,500

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Law Management Studies KIC Block Grants Including UKZN Portion

132,000 3,046,067 2,738,600 573,900

0

4,922,000 2,430,000 2,273,000 6,300,000 1,250,000

Health Sciences

Humanities, Development and Social Sciences

INNOVATION FUND

EQUIPMENT

3,000,000 2,173,000 2,330,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

20,401,688 13,527,446 25,665,137 24,938,974 14,078,431 10,668,530 2,570,000 12,354,200 4,603,000 4,603,000 6,300,000 1,250,000

INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

MISCELLANEOUS (i.e SANAP, MCM and KFD) Faculty

KNOWLEDGE INTERCHANGE AND COLLABORATION

INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH GRANTS

PRESIDENT”S AWARD

2006

2007

2006

2007

2006

2007

2006

2007

0

0

0

587,000

315,542

414,000

0

0

0

2,649,914

689,500

836,400 1,331,900

2,441,237

728,255

240,799

219,930

0

Health Sciences

0

0

0

0

30,000

29,346

53,605

43,160

0

Education

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Engineering Science and Agriculture

Humanities, Development and Social Sciences

2006

2007

0 Not Applicable in 2006

22,334

0

567,900

100,000

100,000

459,469

1,139,022

44,290

Law

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Management Studies

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

KIC Block Grants Including UKZN Portion

0

0

0

0

0

0

1,430,000

1,600,000

0

689,500 1,404,300 2,018,900

2,886,779

1,631,070

2,863,426

1,907,380

2,672,248

0

380,000

380,000

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NEW GRANTS EXCEEDING R500 000 FROM FUNDERS IN 2006 FUNDER

100

VALUE

Royal Netherlands Embassy

R 25,600,000

Department of Health

R 24,003,954

Rockefeller Foundation

R 13,795,496

National Research Foundation

R 13,450,000

Massachusetts General Hospital

R 10,291,724

Water Research Commission

R 9,498,580

Duke University

R 8,447,440

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

R 8,400,000

Liverpool School Tropical Medicine

R 8,334,000

Medical Research Council

R 6,718,402

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

R 6,000,000

National Institute of Health

R 5,094,541

Merck Company Foundation

R 3,600,000

US Agency for International Development

R 3,591,220

Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo

R 3,502,184

Columbia University

R 3,496,963

University of Cape Town

R 3,063,452

Edusector AIDS Response Trust

R 3,000,000

eThekwini Municipality

R 2,658,680

New England Medical Center Hospitals

R 2,509,262

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

R 2,335,962

International Development Research Centre

R 2,251,454

KZN Premier's Office

R 2,224,085

Department of Education and Culture

R 1,889,664

PlantBio Trust

R 1,545,000

Network of Ugandan Researchers and Research Users

R 1,442,822

UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA

R 1,382,063

MOTT FOUNDATION

R 1,300,000

Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Higher Education (SIU)

R 1,196,000

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

R 1,190,975

World Health Organisation

R 1,188,048

International Food Policy Research Institute

R 1,136,045

Khanya-African Institute for Community-Driven Development

R 1,053,878

National Bioinformatics Network

R 901,175

Carnegie Corporation of New York

R 900,000

South Africa-Netherlands Research Programme on Alternatives in Development

R 873,000

National Heritage Council

R 865,000

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine /ESRC

R 757,265

Department of Economic Development

R 664,727

American University-Bard College/Ford Foundation

R 660,113

Department of Agriculture and Environmental Affairs

R 600,000

Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa

R 599,950

Fogarty International Centre

R 595,350

University of the Western Cape

R 555,043

Colorada State University

R 554,692

King's College London

R 521,500

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NEW GRANTS EXCEEDING R500 000 FROM FUNDERS IN 2007 FUNDER

VALUE

Wellcome Trust

R 237,237,934

National Institute of Health

R 121,869,687

Programs for a Green Revolution in Africa

R 57,760,302

National Research Foundation

R 46,323,900

PACT South Africa/US Agency for International Development

R 20,230,002

LIFELab

R 12,000,000

Embassy of Ireland

R 11,400,000

Water Research Commission

R 11,097,014

European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership

R 10,047,545

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

R 9,870,000

University of Oxford/WELLCOME TRUST

R 8,955,496

Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Higher Education (SIU)

R 7,608,200

Columbia University

R 6,774,574

Center for HIV/AIDS Vaccine Immunology-Duke University

R 5,649,725

Department of Science and Technology

R 3,976,000

Massachusetts General Hospital

R 3,193,117

Department for International Development

R 3,130,795

Medical Research Council

R 2,880,515

International Development Research Centre

R 2,510,560

Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism

R 2,416,564

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

R 2,292,039

Social & Scientific Systems Inc

R 1,831,449

South Africa-Netherlands Research Programme on Alternatives in Development

R 1,788,150

CARE South Africa/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

R 1,625,000

Family Health International

R 1,537,104

Department of Trade and Industry

R 1,287,229

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

R 1,066,590

Khanya-African Institute for Community-Driven Development

R 1,053,878

Howard Hughes Medical Institute

R 1,050,000

University of London/Economic & Social Research Council

R 1,048,455

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

R 999,684

Politecnico Di Bari/European Commission

R 986,400

University of Brighton/British Council

R 857,581

South African National Energy Research Institute

R 840,000

GlaxoSmithKline South Africa (Pty) Ltd

R 815,100

Armscor

R 657,256

World Health Organisation

R 641,531

World Bank Group

R 505,386

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (DOE) ACCREDITED PUBLICATIONS 2006

Journal Articles

Buthelezi, M.T. 2006. 16 Days of Activism and gender stereotypes in Ilanga, Isolezwe and UmAfrika newspapers. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 24(4): 497-509.

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

Chisholm, L.M. and Sujee, M. 2006. Tracking racial desegregation in South African schools. Journal of Education, No. 40: 141 - 159.

Bertram, C.A. 2006. Knowledge, pedagogy and assessment in the old and new Further Education and Training History curriculum documents. Education as Change, 10 (2): 33-51. Bertram, C.A., Appleton, S., Muthukrishna, A. and Wedekind, V.R. 2006. The career plans of newly qualified South African teachers. South African Journal of Education, 26 (1): 1 - 13. Bhana, D. 2006. The (Im)possibility of Child Sexual rights in South African Children’s account of HIV/AIDS. IDS Bulletin, 37-5: 64-69. Bhana, D., Morrell, R.G., Epstein, D. and Moletsane, R.T. 2006. The hidden work of caring: teachers and the maturing AIDS epidemic in diverse secondary schools in Durban. Journal of Education, 38: 5-23. Bojuwoye, O. 2006. Training of Professional Psychologists for Africa: Community Psychology or Community work?. Journal of Psychology in Africa, (2): 161-166. Bojuwoye, O. and Mbanjwa, S.N. 2006. Factors impacting on career choices of Technikon students from previously disadvantaged high schools. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 1: 3-16. Brijlall, D., Maharaj, A. and Jojo, Z.M.M. 2006. The development of geometrical concepts through design activities during a Technology education class. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 10(1): 37 to 45.

De Lange, N., Mitchell, C.A., Moletsane, R.T., Stuart, D.J. and Buthelezi, M.T. 2006. Seeing with the body: Educators’ representations of HIV and AIDS. Journal of Education, 38: 45-66. De Villiers, M.D. 2006. A generalization of the Spieker circle and Nagel line. Pythagoras, 63: 30-37. Dempster, E.R. and Hugo, W. 2006. Introducing the concept of evolution into South African schools. South African Journal of Science, 102: 106-112. Dubazana, F.K. and Karlsson, J. 2006. Integration of the school library into the curriculum. Innovation: A Journal for Appropriate Librarianship and Information Work in Southern Africa, 33: 1-12. Francis, D.A. 2006. Between race; beyond race: The experience of self-identification of Indian-White biracial young adults and the factors affecting their choices. Pins: Psychology in Society, 34: 1-16. Francis, D.A. and Francis, E.J. 2006. Raising awareness of HIVrelated stigma and its associated prejudice and discrimination. South African Journal of Higher Education, 20(1): 44-55. Francis, D.A. and Hemson, C.M.C. 2006. See the hope - Using participatory visual arts methods to challenge HIV related stigma. Education as Change, 10(2): 53-65. Francis, D.A., Muthukrishna, A. and Ramsuran, A. 2006. Deconstructing Participatory research in an HIV/AIDS context. Journal of Education, 38: 139-163. Green, W.J. and Naidoo, D.R. 2006. Knowledge contents reflected in post-apartheid South African Physical Science curriculum documents. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 10(1): 71-80.

2006/07

Balfour, R.J. and Ralfe, E.M. 2006. Hit Me Baby One More Time: the engendering of violence in children’s discourse in South African schools. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 24(4): 523-525.

Christiansen, I. and Slammert, L. 2006. A multi-faceted approach to research development (II): Supporting communities of practice. South African Journal of Higher Education, 20(1): 15-28.

R E P O R T

Balfour, R.J. 2006. The Jeweller. Kunapipi: Journal of Post-Colonial Writing, XXVIII(1): 126-134.

Christiansen, I. 2006. Mathematical Literacy as a school subject: Failing the progressive vision? Pythagoras, 64: 6-13.

R E S E A R C H

Aitchison, J.J.W. and Harley, A. 2006. South African illiteracy statistics and the case of the magically growing number of literacy and ABET learners. Journal of Education, 39: 89-112.

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Harries, C.S., Mbali, V.C. and Botha, J.H. 2006. Building successful therapeutics into a problem-based medical curriculum in Africa. South African Journal of Higher Education, 20(3): 426-441. Harrison, A., O’sullivan, L.F., Hoffman, S., Dolezal, C. and Morrell, R.G. 2006. Gender Role and Relationship Norms among Young Adults in South Africa: Measuring the Context of Masculinity and HIV Risk. Journal of Urban Health-Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 83(4): 709-22. Hugo, W. and Muller, J.P. 2006. Truth Beauty and the Sublime. Journal of Education, 40: 7-13. James, A.A., Ralfe, E.M., Van Laren, L. and Ngcobo, N.Y. 2006. Reacting, adapting and responding to change: Experiences of multicultural and anti-racism teacher education post 1994. South African Journal of Higher Education, 20 (5): 679 - 690. John, V.M. 2006. Community development research: Merging (or submerging) communities of practice? A response to Van Vlaenderen. Community Development Journal, 41(1): 50-64. John, V.M. and Rule, P.N. 2006. Shifting ground: making sense of context in examining HIV/AIDS and schooling. Journal of Education, 38: 165-185. Karikan, K.M. and Ramsuran, A. 2006. Is it possible to base systemic curriculum reform on principles of social justice?. Education as Change, 10 (2): 1-15.

Mitchell, C.A., Stuart, D.J., Moletsane, R.T. and Nkwanyana, C.B. 2006. “Why we dont’ go to school on Fridays” On use participation through photo voice in rural KwaZulu Natal. McGILL Journal Of Education, 41(3): 267-282. Mohlakoana, K.M. and Singh, S. 2006. Pregnant at the wrong time: Experiences of being a pregnant young woman while school selected Lesotho cases. Manik, S., Maharaj, B. and Sookrajh, R. 2006. Globalisation and Transnational Teachers: South African Teacher Migration to the UK. Migracijske I Etnicke Teme, 22: 15-33. Motalingoane-Khau, C.S.M. and Morrell, R.G. 2006. Should I celebrate Nairobi + 21? Being a woman in the age of HIV and AIDS in Lesotho. Agenda, 69: 111-118. Muribwathoho, H.N. and Shumba, A. 2006. Guidance and Counseling Services in South African Schools: Issues and Challenges. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 16 (1): 123-125. Muthukrishna, A., Khan, F., Hugo, W. and Wedekind, V.R. 2006. Emerging Moral orientations amongst primary school children in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. Education as Change, 10(1): 41-54. Muthukrishna, A., Shumba, A. and Moodley, P. 2006. Stress and Coping amongst Adolescents at a Secondary School in KwaZuluNatal. Journal of Educational Studies, 5 (1): 45 - 56.

Karlsson, J. and Berger, M. 2006. Well-grounded and prepared new teachers: reflecting on the promise of learnerships. Perspectives in Education, 24(1): 53-64.

Mutopa, S., Shumba, A., Shumba, J., Maphosa, C. and Mubika, A.K. 2006. School Management and Teaching: The Dilemma of Teaching School Heads in Zimbabwean Secondary Schools. Journal of Educational Studies, 5 (2): 146-164.

Kongolo, M. and Bojuwoye, O. 2006. South African experience of gender and affirmative action - a research report. Gender, Technology and Development, 10(3): 361 - 181.

Nkoane, M.M. 2006. The Africanisation of the University in Africa. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13(1): 49-69.

Lazarus, S., Bojuwoye, O., Chireshe, R., Myambo, K., Akotia, C., Mogaji, A. and Tchombe, T. 2006. Community Psychology in Africa: Views From Across the Continent. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 2: 147 -160.

O’Sullivan, L.F., Harrison, A., Morrell, R.G., Monroe-wise, A. and Kubeka, M. 2006. Gender Dynamics in the Primary Sexual Relationships of Young Rural South African Women and Men. Culture Health & Sexuality, 8(2): 99-113.

Manik, S., Maharaj, B. and Sookrajh, R. 2006. Globalisation and Transnational Teachers: South African Teacher Migration to the UK. Migracijske I Etnicke Teme, 22: 15-33.

Parker, D.C. 2006. Grade 10-12 Mathematics curriculum reform in South Africa: A textual analysis of new national curriculum statements. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 10 (2): 59-73.

Mbali, V.C. 2006. Performance Management in Higher Education. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13(1): 165-181. Mekoa, I.S., Mtimkulu, J. and Nkoane, M.M. 2006. The Challenges Facing African Thought and African Universities in the 21st Century. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13(1): 6-20.

Parker, D.C. 2006. Official pedagogic identities from South African policy – some implications for mathematics teacher education practice. Pythagoras, 63: 2-17. Pattman, R.W. and Bhana, D. 2006. Black boys with bad reputations. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13(2): 252-272.

Memela, B. and Land, S.J. 2006. Isicathamiya saseStoffelton: Reflections on an education for democracy project. Journal of Education, 39: 47 - 62.

Ramson, S.M. and Sookrajh, R. 2006. Theorising Identity:Social Science and Theological Intersections. Nidan: Journal for the Study of Hinduism, 18: 45-65.

Mgqwashu, E.M. 2006. Language and the Postcolonial Condition. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13 (1): 298-325.

Ramsuran, A. and Malcolm, C.K. 2006. Professionalisation as a social regularity: the Policy process in South Africa’s Natural Science Curriculum. South African Journal of Education, 26 (4): 515-528.

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Rule, P.N. 2006. “The time is burning”: The right of adults to basic education in South Africa. Journal of Education, 39: 113-135. Rule, P.N. 2006. Bakhtin and the poetics of pedagogy: a dialogic approach. Journal of Education, 40: 79-102. Shumba, A. 2006. Perceptions of Child Abuse by Teacher Trainees in Zimbabwean Schools. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 16 (1): 127134. Sookrajh, R. 2006. Religious Giving in South Africa: A Hindu perspective. Nidan: Journal for the Study of Hinduism, 18: 67-111. Vithal, R. 2006. Developing Mathematical Literacy through project work: A teaching/teacher perspective. Pythagoras, 64: 37-44. Vithal, R. and Bishop, A. 2006. Mathematical Literacy: a new literacy or a new mathematics?. Pythagoras, 64: 2-5. Wassermann, J.M. and Pretorius, F. 2006. “Caught between the Boers and the British” – Northern Natal Afrikaners and the Boer occupation of Klip River County (October 1899 – June 1900).. Scientia Militaria: South African Journal of Military Studies, 341): 67 92.

Bezuidenhout, C.N., Lecler, N.L., Gers, C. and Lyne, P.W.L. 2006. Regional based estimates of water use for commercial sugar-cane in South Africa. Water SA, 32(2): 219-222. Biondi-Zoccai, G.L., Agostoni, P., Lotrionte, M., Abbate, A., Testa, L., Remigi, E., Burzotta, F., Valgimigli, M., Romagnoli, E. and Crea, F. 2006. Compliance with QUOROM and quality of reporting of Overlapping Meta-analyses on the Role of Acetylcysteine in the Prevention of Contrast Associated Nephropathy : A Case Study. British Medical Journal, 332: 202-209. Brouckaert, B.M., Amirtharajah, A., Brouckaert, C.J. and Amburgey, J.E. 2006. Predicting the Efficiency of Deposit Removal During Filter Backwash. Water SA, 32 (5): 633-640. Bruch, jr, C., Sadek, S., Adali, S. and Sloss, M. 2006. A maximum principle approach to optimal control for one-dimensional hyperbolic systems with several state variables. Journal of the Franklin Institute, 343 (4-5): 480-494. Clark, D.J. and Smithers, J.C. 2006. Hydrological Decision Support Framework (HDSF) - Initial Design. Water SA, 32(4): 465-472..

Wassermann, J.M. and Pretorius, F. 2006. The Anglo-Boer War, Natal Afrikaners and issues concerning land. Historia, 51((2): 75 - 94.

Clifford, S.L., Bolton, K. and Ramjugernath, D. 2006. Monte Carlo Simulation of Carboxylic Acid Phase Equilibria. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 110 (43): 21938-21943.

Wassermann, J.M. and Pretorius, F. 2006. The prison life of Natal Afrikaner rebels during the Anglo-Boer War. South African Journal of Cultural History, 20 (1): 57 - 77.

Dawoud, D.S. and Masupa, S. 2006. Design and FPGA implementation of digit-serial fir filters. Transactions of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, 97(3): 216-222.

Zisser, A. and Francis, D.A. 2006. Youth have a new attitude on AIDS, but are they talking about it? African Journal of AIDS Research, 5 (2): 189-196.

Dawoud, D.S. and Phakathi, S.E. 2006. Advanced filter bank based ADC for software defined radio applications. Transactions of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, 97(3): 223-229.

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

Deenadayalu, N., Ngcongo, K.C., Letcher, T.M. and Ramjugernath, D. 2006. Liquid-Liquid Equilibria for Ternary Mixtures (an Ionic Liquid + Benzene + Heptane or Hexadecane) at T=298.2 K and Atmospheric Pressure. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 51 (3): 988-991.

Adali, S., Sadek, S., Bruch, jr, C., Sloss, M. and Cagdas, I.U. 2006. Deflection control of elastically restrained laminated frames under deterministic and uncertain loads using induced strain actuators. Composite Structures, 76 (1-2): 2-13. Ally, A. and Rigby, B.S. 2006. The impact of closed-loop power flow control strategies on power system stability characteristics in a single-generator system. Transactions of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, 97(1): 34 - 42. Baah, C.A. and Baah, J.I. 2006. Destruction of polypropylene packings in a nitrosol solution. Materials & Design, 27: 1090-1091. Bencherif, H., Diab, R.D., Portafaix, T., Morel, B., Keckhut, P. and Moorgawa, A. 2006. Temperature climatology and trend estimates in the UTLS region as observed over a southern subtropical site, Durban, South Africa. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 6: 51215128. Bezuidenhout, C.N. and Schulze, R.E. 2006. Application of seasonal climate outlooks to forecast sugarcane production in South Africa. Climate Research, 30(3): 239-246.

Deenadayalu, N., Thango, S.H., Letcher, T.M. and Ramjugernath, D. 2006. Measurement of activity coefficients at infinite dilution using polar and non-polar solutes in the ionic liquid 1-methyl3-octyl-imidazolium diethyleneglycol-monomethylethersulfate at T=(288.15,198.15 and 313.15)K. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics, 38: 542 - 546. Djordjevic, N., Morrison, R.M., Loveday, B.K. and Cleary, P. 2006. Modelling comminution patterns within a pilot scale AG/SAG mill. Minerals Engineering, 19 (15): 1505 - 1516. Eitelberg, E. 2006. Convolution invariance and corrected impulse invariance. Signal Processing, 86: 1116 -1120. Eitelberg, E. 2006. On multiloop interaction and relative and Bristol gains. Journal of Dynamic Systems Measurement and ControlTransactions of the Asme, 128: 929 - 937. Elengical, S.M., Xu, H. and Takawira, F. 2006. Reduced complexity maximum likelihood decoding of linear block codes. Transactions of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, 97(2): 136-139.

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DOE ACCREDITED PUBLICATIONS 2006

Govender, S. 2006. An analytical solution for fully developed flow in a curved porous channel for the particular case of monotonic permeability variation. Transport in Porous Media, 64: 189-198.

Momba, M., Tyafa, Z., Makala, M., Brouckaert, B.M. and Obi, C.L. 2006. Safe Drinking Water Still a Dream in Rural Areas of South Africa. Case Study: The Eastern Cape Province. Water SA, 32 (5): 715-720.

Govender, S. 2006. On the effect of anisotropy on the stability of convection in rotating porous media. Transport in Porous Media, 64: 413-422.

Moodley, N. and Mneney, S.H. 2006. Recurrent neural networks for sub-optimal multiuser detection. Transactions of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, 97(2): 105-111.

Govender, S. 2006. Stability of gravity driven convection in a cylindrical porous layer subjected to vibration. Transport in Porous Media, 63: 489-502.

Morozov, E.V. 2006. The Effect of Filament-Winding Mosaic Patterns on the Strength of Thin-Walled Composite Shells. Composite Structures, 76: 123-129.

Griffith, M.R. and Trois, C. 2006. Long-term emissions from mechanically biologically treated waste: influence on leachate quality. Water SA, 32(3): 307-314.

Morozov, E.V. and Thomson, V.A. 2006. Simulating the Progressive Crushing of Fabric Reinforced Composite Structures. Composite Structures, 76: 130-137.

Jarvis, A.L.L. and Pillay, M. 2006. Joining of Bulk High Temperature Superconductors. Institute of Physics Conference Series, 43: 434437.

Naicker, K. and Mneney, S.H. 2006. Propagation measurements and multipath channel modelling for line-of-sight links at 19.5 GHz. Transactions of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, 97(2): 162-171.

Jewitt, G.P.W. 2006. Integrating blue and green water flows for water resources management and planning. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 31 (15–16): 753-762. Jin, W., Xu, H. and Takawira, F. 2006. Hybrid list decoding and Kenako algorithm of Reed Solomon codes. IEE ProceedingsCommunications, 153 (5): 597-602.

Ngatched Nkouatchah, T.M. and Takawira, F. 2006. An ensemble of iteratively decodable codes constructed based on a superposition method. IEEE Transactions on Communications, 54(11): 1937 – 1947. Parak, M. and Pegram, G.G.S. 2006. The Rational Formula from the Runhydrograph. Water SA, 32(2): 163-180.

Kiker, G.A., Clark, D.J., Martinez, C.J. and Schulze, R.E. 2006. A Java-based, Object-Oriented Modeling System for Southern African Hydrology. Transactions of the ASAE, 49(5): 1419 - 1433.

Pillai, J. and Mneney, S.H. 2006. Turbo Decoding of SuperOrthogonal Space-Time Codes in Rayleigh Fading Channels. Wireless Personal Communications, 37: 371-385.

Kongo, V.M. and Jewitt, G.P.W. 2006. Preliminary investigation of catchment hydrology in response to agricultural water use innovations: a case study of the Potshini catchment – South Africa. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 31 (15–16): 976–987.

Raal, J.D., Gadodia, V., Ramjugernath, D. and Jalari, R. 2006. New Developments in Differential Ebulliometry: Experimental and Theoretical. Journal of Molecular Liquids, 125: 45-57.

Loveday, B.K. and Hemphill, A.L. 2006. Optimisation of a multistage flotation plant using plant survey data. Minerals Engineering, 19 (2006): 627 - 632. Lu, B., Habetler, G. and Harley, R.G. 2006. A survey of the efficiency estimation methods of in-service induction motors. IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 42(4): 924-933. Majozi, T., Brouckaert, C.J. and Buckley, C.A. 2006. A Graphical Technique for Wastewater Minimisation in Batch Processes. Journal of Environmental Management, 78: 317-329. Maraj, S., Rodda, N.H., Jackson, S.A.F., Buckley, C.A. and Macleod, N. 2006. Microbial Deterioration of Stored Water for Users Supplied by Stand-pipes and Ground-tanks in a Peri-urban Community . Water SA, 32 (5) special edition: 693-699. Mariah, L., Buckley, C.A., Brouckaert, C.J., Curcio, D.E., Drioli, E., Jaganyi, D. and Ramjugernath, D. 2006. Membrane Distillation of Concentrated Brines - Role of Water Activities in the Evaluation of Driving Force. Journal of Membrane Science, 280: 937-947. Mohagheghi, S., Venayagamoorthy, K. and Harley, R.G. 2006. Adaptive Critic Design Based Neuro-Fuzzy Controller for a Static Compensator in a Multimachine Power System. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 21(4): 1744-1754.

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Rajagopalan, S., Aller, M., Restrepo, J., Habetler, G. and Harley, R.G. 2006. Detection of rotor faults in brushless DC(BLDC) motors operating under non-stationary conditions. IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 42(6): 1464-1477. Rajagopalan, S., Habetler, G., Harley, R.G., Sebastian, T. and Lequesne, B. 2006. Current/Voltage Based Detection of Faults in Gears Coupled to Electric Motors. IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 42(6): 1412-1420. Ravno, A.B. and Purchase, B.S. 2006. Dealing with dextran in the South African sugar industry. International Sugar Journal, 108(1289): 255-269. Schulze, R.E. 2006. Some foci of integrated water resources management in the “South” which are oft- forgotten by the “North”: A perspective from southern Africa. Water Resources Management, 21: 269-294. Smithers, J.C. 2006. Challenges for Bioresources Engineering Education in South Africa. International Journal of Engineering Education, 22 (1): 93-101. Soni, M., Ramjugernath, D. and Raal, J.D. 2006. Vapor-liquid Equilibrium for Binary Systems of Diacetyl with Methanol and Acetone. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 51(6): 2083-2087.

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Stack, J.C., Habetler, G. and Harley, R.G. 2006. Fault signature modeling and detection of inner race bearing faults. IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 42(1): 61-68,.

Cassimjee, R. and Oyedeji, O.A. 2006. A gendered study of young adult contraceptive use at one university in KwaZulu-Natal. Curationis, 29 (3): 3-14.

Starzak, M. and Mathlouthi, M. 2006. Temperature dependence of water activity in aqueous solutions of sucrose. Food Chemistry, 96 (3): 346-370.

Cassimjee, R. and Bhengu, M.P. 2006. Student nursesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; perceptions of their contact time with stakeholders in their clinical instruction. Curationis, 29(4): 47-53.

Stretch, D.D. and Parkinson, M.G. 2006. The breaching of sand barriers at perched temporary open/closed estuaries - a model study. Coastal Engineering Journal, 48(1): 13-30.

Chelule, P.K., Pegoraro, R.J., Gqaleni, N. and Dutton, M.F. 2006. The frequency of Cytochrome P450 2E1 polymorphisms in Black South Africans. Disease Markers, 22(5-6): 351-354.

Telukdarie, A., Brouckaert, C.J. and Huang, Y. 2006. A Case Study on Artificial Intelligence Based Cleaner Production Evaluation System for Surface Treatment Facilities. Journal of Cleaner Production, 14(18): 1622-1634.

Collier, A.B., Hughes, A.R.W., Blomberg, L.G. and Sutcliffe, P.R. 2006. Evidence of standing waves during Pi2 pulsation event observed on Cluster. Annales Geophysicae, 24: 2719-2733.

Telukdarie, A., Buckley, C.A. and Koefoed, M. 2006. The Importance of Assessment Tools in Promoting Cleaner Production in the Metal Finishing Industry. Journal of Cleaner Production, 14(18): 1612-1621. Tewolde, M.H. and Smithers, J.C. 2006. Flood routing in ungauged catchments using Muskingum methods. Water SA, 32(3): 379-388. Van Der Merwe, J., Dawoud, D.S. and McDonald, S.A. 2006. A public key management scheme and threshold-multisignature scheme for mobile ad hoc networks. Transactions of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, 97(1): 82-92. Venayagamoorthy, S.K. and Stretch, D.D. 2006. Lagrangian mixing in decaying stably stratified turbulence. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 564: 197-226. Walker, N.J. and Schulze, R.E. 2006. An assessment of sustainable maize production under different management and climate scenarios for smallholder agro-ecosystems in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 31: 995-1002. Wang, S., Burton, B. and Harley, R.G. 2006. Switched reluctance motor measurements and simulation models. Transactions of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, 97(1): 5-13. Wesson, S. and Pegram, G.G.S. 2006. Improved radar rainfall estimation at ground level. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 6: 1-20. Whitehead, J.B. and Takawira, F. 2006. Low complexity constant modulus based cyclic blind adaptive multiuser detection. Transactions of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, 97(2): 112-119. Xu, H. and Takawira, F. 2006. An improved new structure of single parity check product codes. Transactions of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, 97(2): 132-135.

FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES Brysiewicz, P. and Chipps, J. 2006. The effectiveness of in-hospital psychosocial intervention programmes for families of critically ill patients- a systematic review. Southern African Journal of Critical Care, 22(2): 68-76.

Collier, A.B., Hughes, A.R.W., Lichtenberger, J. and Steinbach, P. 2006. Seasonal and diurnal variation of lightning activity over southern Africa and correlation with European whistler observations. Annals of Geophysics, 24: 1-14. Corless, I.B., Nicholas, P.K., Wantland, D., McInerney, P.A., Ncama, B.P., Bhengu, B.R., McGibbon, C. and Davis, S. 2006. The impact of meaning in life and life goals on adherence to a tuberculosis medication regimen in South Africa. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 10 (10): 1159-1165. Crouch, N.R., Du Toit, K., Mulholland, D.A. and Drewes, S.E. 2006. Bufadienolides from bulbs of Urginea lydenburgensis (Hyacinthaceae: Urgineoideae). Phytochemistry, 67: 2140-2145. Dawson, P.M.T. and Puckree, T. 2006. Hypotonia in KwaZulu NatalPrevalence and Causes. South African Journal of Physiotherapy, 62(1): 2-6. Du Hecquet De Rauville, I., Chetty, S. and Pahl, J.A. 2006. Current management for word finding difficulties by Speech-Language Therapists in South African remedial schools. South African Journal of Communication Disorders, 53: 58-75. Du Toit, K. 2006. Experimental and theoretical studies of a naturally occurring non-oligomeric steroidal supramolecular zipper. New Journal of Chemistry, 30: 197-207. Essack, S.Y. 2006. Strategies for the Prevention and Containment of Antibiotic Resistance. South African Family Practice, 48: 51. Gengan, R.M., Chuturgoon, A.A. and Dutton, M.F. 2006. Kinetics of the oxidoreductase involved in the conversion of o-methylsterigmatocystin to aflatoxin B1. Preparative Biochemistry & Biotechnology, 36(4): 297-306. Govender, S., Lutchman, D., Pillay, V., Chetty, D.J. and Govender, T. 2006. Enhancing drug incorporation into tetracyclineloaded chitosan microspheres for periodontal therapy. Journal of Microencapsulation, 23: 750-761. Govinden, U., Mocktar, C., Moodley, P., Sturm, A.W. and Essack, S.Y. 2006. CTX-M-37 in Salmonella enterica serotype Isangi from Durban, South Africa. International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents, 28: 288-291. Hansraj, R., Oduntan, A.O. and Rasengane, T.A. 2006. Visual

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acuity, contrast sensitivity and subjective perception of vision after lasik refractive surgery. The South African Optometrist, 65: 12-26. King, L.A. and McInerney, P.A. 2006. Hospital workplace experiences of registered nurses that have contributed to their resignation in the Durban metropolitan area. Curationis, 29 (4): 70-81. Kokorowski, M., Lin, R.P., McCarthy, M.P., Millan, R.M., Moraal, H., O’Brien, T.P., Parks, G.K., Pulupa, M., Reddell, B.D., Smith, D.M., Stoker, P.H., Sample, J.G., Woodger, L., Holzworth, R.H., Bering, E.A., Bale, S.D., Blake, J.B., Collier, A.B., Hughes, A.R.W. and Lay, E. 2006. Rapid fluctuations of srtatospheric electric field following a solar energetic particle event. Geophysical Research Letters, 33: 1-6. Koorbanally, C., Crouch, N.R., Langlois, A., Du Toit, K. and Mulholland, D.A. 2006. Homoisoflavanones and spirocyclic nortriterpenoids from three Eucomis species: E.Comosa, E.schijffii, and E. pallidiflora subsp. pole-evansii (Hyacinthaceae). South African Journal of Botany, 72: 428-433. Kumbani, L. and McInerney, P.A. 2006. Primigravidae’s knowledge about obstetric complications in an urban health centre in Malawi. Curationis, 29 (3): 41 - 49. Lazarus (Ramsaroop), L., Singh, B., Allopi, L., Moodley, J., Partab, P. and Satyapal, K.S. 2006. The surgical anatomy of the parotid fascia. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy, 28 (1): 33-37. Lin, J. and Puckree, T. 2006. Does exposure to Bagasse alter lung function? Respiratory Research, 1(1): 30-35. Lutchman, D. and Naidoo, P. 2006. Illegal topical corticosteroids in KwaZulu Natal-abuse continues. South African Medical Journal, 96: 284-286. Mahomed, I.M. and Ojewole, J.A.O. 2006. Anticonvulsant activity of Harpagophytum procumbens DC [Pedaliaceae] secondary root aqueous extract in mice. Brain Research Bulletin, 69: 57-62. Mars, M., Hadebe, B.M. and Tufts, M.A. 2006. The Effect of Icepack Cooling on Skin and Muscle Temperature At Rest and After Exercise. The South African Journal of Sport Medicine, 18(3): 60-66. McLean, M. 2006. Clinical role models are important in the early years of a problem-based learning curriculum. Medical Teacher, 28(1): 64-69. McLean, M. and Naidoo, S.S. 2006. The white coat in clinical practice: The debate rages on! final year medical students’ views. South African Medical Journal, 96(5): 402-406. McLean, M., Van wyk, J.M., Peters-futre, E.M. and Higgins-opitz, S.B. 2006. The small group in problem-based learning: more than a cognitive ‘learning’ experience for first-year medical students in a diverse population. Medical Teacher, 28: e94-e103. Mokoena, M.P., Chelule, P.K. and Gqaleni, N. 2006. The toxicity and decreased concentration of aflatoxin B1 in natural lactic acid fermented maize meal. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 100: 773–777. Munasur, A., Pillay, V., Chetty, D.J. and Govender, T. 2006. Statistical Optimisation of the mucoadhesivity and characterisation of multipolymeric propranolol matrices for buccal therapy. International 108

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Journal of Pharmaceutics, 323: 43-51. Munro, O.Q., Du Toit, K., Drewes, S.E., Crouch, N.R. and Mulholland, D.A. 2006. Experimental and theoretical studies of a naturally occurring non-oligomeric steroidal supramolecular zipperw. New Journal of Chemistry, 30(2): 197-207. Musabayane, C.T., Bwititi, P. and Ojewole, J.A.O. 2006. Effects of oral administration of some herbal extracts on food consumption and blood glucose levels in normal and streptozotocin-treated diabetic rats. Methods and Findings in Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology, 28 (4): 223-228. Naidoo, K.K., Nompuku, P., Mkalali, S.N., Shabangu, K., Nkabinde, L. and Singh, V. 2006. Post-marketing stability surveillance: Amoxicillin. South African Family Practice, 48(6): 14. Naidoo, N. 2006. The role and importance of mentoring in Physiotherapy. South African Journal of Physiotherapy, 62 (3): 2-5. Naidoo, P. 2006. Barriers to HIV care and Treatment by Doctors: A review of the literature. South African Family Practice, 48(2): 55-. Naidoo, P., Rambiritch, V. and Layla, M. 2006. Effects of gliclazide dose escalation on postprandial hyperglycaemia in type 2 diabetes mellitus: a prospective, open-label, case-controlled,dose-escalation study. Current Therapeutic Research-Clinical and Experimental, 67 (2): 81--102. Naidu, S.G. 2006. Haemolymph amino acid, sugar and glycerol levels in the Namib Desert tenebrionid Physadesmia globosa (Coleoptera) during dehydration and rehydration. European Journal of Entomology, 103: 305-310. Ojewole, J.A.O. 2006. Analgesic, Anti-inflammatory and Hypoglycaemic Effects of Ethanol Extract of Zingiber officinale (Roscoe) Rhizomes (Zingiberaceae) in Mice and Rats. Phytotherapy Research, 20: 764-772. Ojewole, J.A.O. 2006. Anti-inflammatory and Analgesic Effects of Psidium guajava Linn. (Myrtaceae)Leaf Aqueous Extract in Rats and Mice. Methods and Findings in Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology, 28(7): 441-446. Ojewole, J.A.O. 2006. Antinociceptive, anti-inflammatory and antidiabetic properties of Hypoxis hemerocallidea Fisch. & C. A. Mey. (Hypoxidaceae) corm [‘African Potato’] aqueous extract in mice and rats. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 103: 126-134. Ojewole, J.A.O. 2006. Hypoglycaemic and hypotensive effects of Harpephyllum caffrum Bernh ex CF Krauss (Anacardiaceae) stembark aqueous extract in rats. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 17(2): 67-72. Ojewole, J.A.O. 2006. Vasorelaxant and hypotensive effects of Sclerocarya birrea (A Rich) Hochst (Anacardiaceae) stem bark aqueous extract in rats. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 17(3): 117-123. Ojewole, J.A.O. and Amabeoku, G.J. 2006. Anticonvulsant Effect of Persea americana Mill (Lauraceae) (Avocado) Leaf Aqueous Extract in Mice. Phytotherapy Research, 20: 696-700.

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Ojewole, J.A.O. and Musabayane, C.T. 2006. Therapeutic Claims of African Potato: Fact or Fiction?. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 17 (5): 225-226.

Uys, L.R., Bhengu, B.R. and Majumdar, B. 2006. The use of PHC clinic-based women’s groups for financial empowerment in a rural area. Curationis, 29(1): 25-31.

Ojewole, J.A.O., Adewole, S.O. and Olayiwola, G. 2006. Hypoglycaemic and hypotensive effects of Momordica charantia Linn (Cucurbitaceae) whole-plant aqueous extract in rats. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 17(5): 227-232.

Woost, P.G., Kolb, R.J., Finesilver, M., Mackraj, I., Imboden, H., Coffman, T.M. and Hopfer, U. 2006. Strategy for the development of a matched set of transport-competent, angiotensin receptor-deficient proximal tubule cell lines. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental BiologyAnimal, 42(7): 189-200.

Ojewole, J.A.O., Drewes, S.E. and Khan, F. 2006. Vasodilatory and hypoglycaemic effects of two pyrano-isoflavone extractives from Eriosema kraussianum N. E. Br. [Fabaceae] rootstock in experimental rat models. Phytochemistry, 67: 610-617. Ojewole, J.A.O., Kamadyaapa, D.R. and Musabayane, C.T. 2006. Some in vitro and in vivo cardiovascular effects of Hypoxis hemerocallidea Fisch & CA Mey (Hypoxidaceae) corm (African Potato) aqueous extract in experimental animal models. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 17(4): 166-171. Partab, P., Hurrinarain, K., Lazarus (Ramsaroop), L. and Satyapal, K.S. 2006. Atypical anastomosis of laryngeal nerves. Clinical Anatomy, 19: 651-656. Pather, N., Partab, P., Singh, B. and Satyapal, K.S. 2006. Cervicothoracic ganglion: Its clinical implications. Clinical Anatomy, 19 (4): 323-326. Peters-Futre, E.M., Higgins-Opitz, S.B., McLean, M. and Van Wyk, J.M. 2006. Enhanced dietary awareness and lifestyle changes in first-year medical students following exposure to problem-based nutrition education. South African Family Practice, 48(7): 15a-15f. Peters-Futre, E.M., Van Eden, M., Tyler, N.J., Ramautar, A.S. and Chuturgoon, A.A. 2006. Prolonged Exercise does not cause lymphocyte DNA damage or increased apoptosis in well trained endurance athletes. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 98: 124-131.

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES, DEV. & SOCIAL SCIENCES Adato, M., Carter, M. and May, J.D. 2006. Exploring poverty traps and social exclusion in South Africa using qualitative and quantative data. Journal of Development Studies, 42(2): 226-247. Alexander, A.S. and Mbali, M.R. 2006. Problematizing Resistance: An Introduction. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 41(1/2): 7-12. Altman, M. and Valodia, I.A.K. 2006. Where to for the South African Labour Market: Some ‘Big Issues’. Transformation, 60: 1-5. Baker, D.P. 2006. The Future of Warfighting. Scientia Militaria: South African Journal of Military Studies, 34 (1): 93-107. Balcomb, A.O. 2006. Sex, sorcery, and stigma - probing some no-go areas of the denial syndrome in the Aids debate. Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 1: 104-114. Baptiste, D.R., Bhana, A., Petersen, I., McKay, M., Voison, D., Bell, C.C. and Martinez, D.D. 2006. Community collaborative youthfocused HIV/AIDS prevention in South Africa and Trinidad. Preliminiary findings. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 31(9): 905-916.

Puckree, T. and Thomas, K.J. 2006. Shoulder Injuries in Competitive Swimmers in KwaZulu-Natal. The South African Journal of Sport Medicine, 18(1): 10-12.

Barrett, L., Halliday, J. and Henzi, S.P. 2006. The ecology of motherhood: The structuring of lactation costs by chacma baboons. Journal of Animal Ecology, 75: 875-886.

Sabat, A., Moodley, L. and Kathard, H. 2006. Identity construction following traumatic brain injury: A case study. South African Journal of Communication Disorders, 53: 17-26.

Baxter, V. and Aitchison, J.A. 2006. The playful theatre of Nicholas Ellenbogen 1985-1990. South African Theatre Journal, 20: 48-64.

Satyapal, K.S., Haffejee, A.A., Naidoo, M.L., Robbs, J.V. and Lazarus (Ramsaroop), L. 2006. Rare additional renal artery in liverelated transplantation. Clinical Anatomy, 19: 363-364. Shepherd, J. and McInerney, P.A. 2006. Knowledge of breast cancer in women in Sierra Leone. Curationis, 29 (3): 70 - 77. Singh, B., Lazarus (Ramsaroop), L., Allopi, L., Moodley, J. and Satyapal, K.S. 2006. Duplicate gallbladder: An unusual case report. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy, 28 (6): 654-657. Singh, R., Mackraj, I., Naidoo, R. and Gathiram, P. 2006. Sanguinarine downregulates AT1a gene expression in a hypertensive rat model. Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology, 48 (2): 14-21.

Beck, S.M. 2006. Fiction and Fictions: On Ricoeur on the route to the self. South African Journal of Philosophy, 25(4): 330-335. Beck, S.M. 2006. These Bizarre Fictions: Thought-Experiments, Our Psychology, and Our Selves. Philosophical Papers, 35(1): 29-54. Bond, P.M. 2006. Global Governance Campaigning and MDGs: From Top-down to Bottom-up Anti-poverty Work. Third World Quarterly, 27 (2): 339-354 Bond, P.M. 2006. Reconciliation and economic reaction: Flaws in South Africa’s elite transition. Journal of International Affairs, 60(1): 141-156. Bond, P.M. 2006. Civil society on global governance: Facing up to divergent analysis, strategy and tactics. Voluntas, 17 (4): 359-371.

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Bond, P.M. 2006. Resource extraction and African underdevelopment. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 17 (2): 5-25. Bond, P.M. 2006. Primitive accumulation, enclavity, rural marginalisation and articulation. Review of African Political Economy, 111: 29-37. Bonnin, D.R., Ruggunan, S.D. and Wood, G. 2006. Unions, Training and development: a case study of African seafarers and the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF). South African Journal of Labour Relations, 30 (1): 76-90. Brown, D.F. 2006. A Sociological Critique of the “mother tongue”in Educational Linguistics in South Africa. Loyola Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. XX: 61-80. Brown, L.R. 2006. Invisible maids: Slavery and soap operas in Northeast Brazil. Agenda, 70: 76-86. Cartwright, D.J. 2006. Autistic defenses in Agoraphobic syndrome : “Flat” objects and the retardation of projective identication. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 54(1): 109-135. Cebekhulu, E. and Mantzaris, E.A. 2006. Labour Pains and University Mergers: The Case of UKZN. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13 (1): 182-202. Cebekhulu, E. and Mantzaris, E.A. 2006. Stop Beating about the Bush - The UKZN Merger: A Tragic Mishap. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13(1): 88-105. Cebekhulu, E., Mantzaris, E.A. and Nhlapho, N.M. 2006. The Demise of Student Movement in Higher Education Institutions in South Africa: A Case Study of UKZN. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13(1): 218-245. Cebekhulu, E., Steyn, I. and Mantzaris, E.A. 2006. Tageting basic skills New training model. South African Labour Bulletin, 30(4): 61-62. Chachage, B.L. and Ngulube, P. 2006. Management of business records in Tanzania: An exploratory case study of selected companies. South African Journal of Information Management, 8(3): 10-20. Chachage, B.L., Ngulube, P. and Stilwell, C. 2006. Developing a model corporate records management system for sustainability reporting: A case of the Iringa region in Tanzania. South African Journal of Information Management, 8(1): 1-12.

Chari, S. 2006. Son of Bush or son of God: Politics and the religious subaltern in the United States, from elsewhere. South Atlantic Quarterly, 105(1): 37-54. Clark, J.G. 2006. ‘Looking back and moving forward”: Gender, culture and constructions of transition in South Africa. Agenda, 68: 8-17. Collings, S.J. 2006. How do sexually abused children disclose? Towards an evidence-based approach to practice. Acta Criminologica, 19(1): 33-41. Collings, S.J. 2006. Attributing blame to incest victims: The mediating role of child sexual abuse myths and stereotypes. Acta Criminologica, 19(3): 1-10. Collings, S.J. 2006. Familial substance abuse and child maltreatment: The need for a contextually relevant and systematic exploration of the problem in the South African context. Child Abuse Research in South africa, 7(2): 8-11. Collings, S.J. 2006. Recantation in child sexual abuse: Putting the pieces of the puzzle together. Child Abuse Research in South africa, 7(2): 61-67. Collins, P.Y., Mestry, K., Wainberg, M.L., Nzama, T. and Lindegger, G.C. 2006. Training South African mental health care providers to talk about sex in the era of AIDS. Psychiatric Services, 57(11): 1644-1647. Coullie, J.E. 2006. Put to Rights: Testimony, Witnessing and Human Rights in Human Rights and Narrated Lives: The Ethics of Recognition. English in Africa, 33 (1): 137-149. Cowley, S.J. 2006. Interaction promotes cognition: The rise of childish minds. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 29(3): 283. Cowley, S.J. 2006. Language and biosemiosis: Towards unity?. Semiotica, 162(1/4): 417-444. Cowley, S.J. and MacDorman, K.F. 2006. What baboons, babies and tetris players tell us about interaction; A biosocial view of norm based social learning.. Connection Science, 18(4): 363-378. Daymond, M.J. 2006. Can the Sum of an Anthology be Greater than Its Parts? Research in African Literatures, 37(3): 205-208. Daymond, M.J. 2006. Self-translation, Untranslatability, and Postcolonial Community in the Autobiographies of Mpho Nthunya and Agnes Lottering. English in Africa, 33(2): 93-112. De Gruchy, S.M. 2006. Doing Theology in a Time of AIDS. Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 125: 2-6.

Chapman, M.J.F. 2006. Postcolonialism: A Literary Turn. English in Africa, 33 (2): 7-20.

De Gruchy, S.M. 2006. Faith, Hope and Love in a Time of AIDS. Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 126 (November 2006): 2-6.

Chapman, M.J.F. 2006. Robert J.C. Young in South Africa: Interview. English in Africa, 33 (2): 199-208.

De Gruchy, S.M. 2006. Joseph Wing and the Failures of Church Unity in South Africa (1962-1992). Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 124: 82-98.

Chapman, M.J.F. 2006. To Be a Cosmopolitan: Lewis Nkosi and Breyten Breytenbach. Journal of Literary Studies, 22 (3 & 4): 345-457. Chari, S. 2006. Life Histories of race and space in the making of Wenthworth and Merebank, South Durban. African Studies, 65(1): 105-129.

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De Meyer, B.A. 2006. Le Pirate lettré. Europe, 925: 120-129.

Journal of the Southern African Missiological Society, 34(2&3): 17-39.

Deacon, R.A. 2006. From Confinement to Attachment: Michel Foucault on the Rise of the School. European Legacy: Towards New Paradigms, 11(2): 121-138.

Green, M.M. 2006. Deplorations. English in Africa, 33(2): 135-158.

Deacon, R.A. 2006. Michel Foucault on Education: A Preliminary Theoretical Overview. South African Journal of Education, 26(2): 177187. Denis, P.M.B.R. 2006. The rise of African traditional religion in postapartheid South Africa. Missionalia: Journal of the Southern African Missiological Society, 34/2-3: 310-323. Denis, P.M.B.R. 2006. The rocky road to unity: The worship quarrel at Fedsem in the 1980s. Studia Historiae Ecclesiastical, 32(1): 201-231. Dimitriu, I. 2006. Postcolonialising Gordimer: The Ethics of ‘Beyond’ and Significant Peripheries in the Recent Fiction. English in Africa, 33 (2): 159-180. Draper, J.A. 2006. Review Article: Reading the Bible with the Damned. Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 124: 99-108. Draper, J.A. 2006. The Apostolic Fathers: The Didache. Expository Times, 117.5: 177-181. Du Toit, M. 2006. Binnelandse reise (Journeys to the Interior): Photographs from the Carnegie Commission of Investigation into the Poor White Problem, 1929/1932. Kronos: Journal of Cape History, 32: 49-76. Dungumaro, E.W., Mturi, A.J., Nzimande, N.B. and Sekokotla, D.M. 2006. Household structures in contemporary South Africa. Loyola Journal of Social Sciences, XX(1): 19-41. Farisani, E.B. 2006. The Third Return of the Babylonian Exiles to Palestine. Old Testament Essays (New Series), 19/3: 1162-1177. Farisani, E.B. 2006. The use of Galatians 3:28 in promoting gender equality. Journal of Constructive Theology, 12(1): 53-65. Farisani, E.B. and Farisani, D.M. 2006. Will the abuse ever end? A Bible study on Hannah’s discrimination and harassment. Journal of Constructive Theology, 12(1): 67-80. Flisher, A.J., Ward, C., Liang, H., Onya, H., Mlisa, N., Susan, S., Bhana, A., Parry, C.D.H. and Lombard, C. 2006. Injury-related behaviour among South African high-school students at six sites. South African Medical Journal, 96(9): 825-830. Franke, V.M. 2006. Mahler’s Reorchestration of Schumann’s “Spring” Symphony, Op.38 Background, Analysis, Intentions. Acta Musicologica, LXXVIII - 2006: 75-110. Gathiram, N. 2006. Poverty, Development and disability. Social Work: A Professional Journal for the Social Worker, 41(2/3): 123-130. Giddy, J.P. 2006. Common Features in the Structure of Inquiry in Science and in Religion: a Way Forward in Teaching Religion in a Multicultural School Environment. Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 124: 56-69. Green, M.M. 2006. A letter from ‘the other side of silence’: Dludlushe Sondzaba and the Trappist Mission in East Griqualand. Missionalia:

Haddad, B.G. 2006. “We pray but we cannot heal”: Theological challenges posed by the HIV/AIDS crisis. Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 125: 80-90. Haddad, B.G. 2006. Faith resources and sites as critical to participatory learning with rural South African women. Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, 22 (1): 135-154. Hamilton, L. 2006. Human Needs, Land Reform and the South African Constitution. Politikon, 33(2): 133-145. Hamilton, L. 2006. Symposium : The Political Philosophy of Needs The Context and Argument of The Political Philosophy of Needs. South African Journal of Philosophy, 25(3): 224-232. Hamilton, L. 2006. Symposium : The Political Philosophy of Needs, Rights and Political Judgment: Replies to Commentators. South African Journal of Philosophy, 25(3): 258-270. Hilton, J.L. 2006. Apuleius, Florida 23 and Popular Moral Philosophy. Acta Classica, 49: 137-144. Hilton, J.L. 2006. The Herschel Obelisk, Classics, and Egyptomania at the Cape. Akroterion: Journal for the Classics in South, 51: 117133. Hilton, J.L. 2006. ‘Chamei-me Adamastor’: Naming the spirit of the Cape in Luis Vaz de Camoes’ Lusiads. Nomina Africana: Journal of the Names Society of Southern Africa, 20(1&2): 3-15. Hilton, J.L. 2006. Scopic Orgiasts and Catoptric Visualities. Scholia: Studies in Classical Antiquity, 14: 1-5 Hollmann, J. and Lewis-Williams, J.D. 2006. Species and supernatural potency: An unusual rock painting from the Motheo District, Free State Province, South Africa. South African Journal of Science, 102: 509-512. Jacobs, J.U. 2006. Diasporic identity in contemporary South African fiction. English in Africa, 33(2): 113-133. Jackson, L.J., Meyer, W.H. and Parkinson, J. 2006. A study of the writing tasks and reading assigned to undergraduate science students at a South African University. English for Specific Purposes, 25: 260-281 Jolles, F. 2006. Negotiating Relationships: Village to city, beadwork to SMS. Southern African Humanities, 18 (2): 119-138. Kasiram, M.I. 2006. Hope and healing through spirituality-a meeting of minds between social work and theology. Social Work Practitioner Researcher, 2: 165-173. Kasiram, M.I., Dano, U.B. and Partab, R. 2006. Intimacy and HIV/ AIDS. South African Family Practice, 48(2): 54-56. Kearney, J.A. 2006. Abdulrazak Gurnah and the “disabling complexities of parochial realities”. English in Africa, 33(1): 47-58. Kearney, J.A. 2006. Representation of Islamic belief and practice in a South African context: Reflections on the Fictional work of Ahmed Essop, Aziz Hassim, Achmat Dangor and Rayda Jacobs. Journal of Literary Studies, 22(1/2): 138-157.

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Khan, F. 2006. Analysing Access in the Context of the Merger. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13 (1): 150 - 164.

Maharaj, P. and Cleland, J. 2006. Condoms Become the Norm in the Sexual Culture of College Students in Durban, South Africa. Reproductive Health Matters, 14(28): 104-112.

Khan, S. and Pattman, R.W. 2006. Introduction. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13(2): 1-10.

Mankayi, N. 2006. Male constructions and resistance to women in the military. Scientia Militaria: South African Journal of Military Studies, 34(2): 44-64.

Khan, S. and Mantzaris, E.A. 2006. Indigenous Knowledge and the African Curriculum: A Case Study at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13(1): 279-297.

Marschall, S. 2006. Transforming the Landscape of Memory: The South African Commemorative Effort in International Perspective. South African Historical Journal, 55: 165-185.

Khan, S., Lootvoet, B. and Vawda, M.S.E. 2006. Transcending traditional forms of governance: Prospects for co-operative governance and service delivery in Durban’s Tribal authority areas. Transformation, 62: 84-117. Khandlhela, M. and May, J.D. 2006. Poverty, vulnerability and the impact of flooding in the Limpopo Province, South Africa. Natural Hazards, 39(2): 275-287. Kriger, N.J. 2006. From Patriotic Memories to “Patriotic History” in Zimbabwe, 1990-2005. Third World Quarterly, 27(6): 1151-1169. Kumar Penumala, P.K. 2006. Religious Pluralism and Religion Education in South Africa. Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, 18: 273-293. Kumar Penumala, P.K. 2006. Study of Hinduism: Who does it and for whose sake? Nidan: Journal for the Study of Hinduism, 18: 113126. Leach, A.B. 2006. Alternative funding and the public library sector: An exploratory overview with reference to South Africa. Innovation: A Journal for Appropriate Librarianship and Information Work in Southern Africa, 32: 125-155. Leclerc-Madlala, S. 2006. ‘We Will Eat When I Get The Grant’: Negotiating AIDS, Poverty and Antiretroviral Treatment in Sourth Africa. African Journal of AIDS Research, 5(3): 249-256.

Marschall, S. 2006. Visualizing Memories: The Hector Pieterson Memorial in Soweto. Visual Anthropology, 19: 145-169. Mathonsi, N.N. 2006. Unpacking imbokodo. Southern African Journal for Folklore Studies, 16(2): 35-45. Mathonsi, N.N. and Gumede, M.A. 2006. Communicating through performance: Izigiyo zawomame as gendered protest texts. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 24 (4): 483-494. May, J.D. 2006. Defining poverty: The debate continues. South African Labour Bulleting, 30(1): 53-55. Mazibuko, N.M. 2006. The African University in the 21st Century: Indigenous Knowledge Systems and the Academy. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13(1): 326-339. Mazibuko, N.M. 2006. Women in Academic Leadership in South Africa: Conventional Executives or Agents of Empowerment. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13(1): 106-123. McMurtry, M.E. 2006. Experiencing the ‘living moment’: Athol Fugard’s directing process and the Orestes project. South African Theatre Journal, 20: 30-47.

Lenta, M.M. 2006. Re-Writing Modernity. Kunapipi: Journal of PostColonial Writing, XXVIII (1): 135-142.

Mekoa, I.S. 2006. Introducing Afrocentric Studies in the Newly Merged University of KwaZulu-Natal: Systematic and Thematic Principles for an African University. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13(1): 246-278.

Lenta, P.J.P. and Beck, S.M. 2006. A Sporting Dilemma and its Jurisprudence. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport, 33(2): 125-143.

Mekoa, I.S. 2006. Introduction. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13(1): 1-5.

Loots, L.J. 2006. Transmission: a South African choreographer uses language to reflect on the gendered ‘embodiment’ of writing with and on the body’. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 24(4): 449 - 460.

Mekoa, I.S. 2006. Traditional African Social Organisation and governance. New Agenda: South African Journal of Economic and Social Policy, 24: 36-40.

MacLeod, C. and Wilbraham, L.A. 2006. Redeploying Parker, postcolonially. Pins: Psychology in Society, 34: 31-50. Magwaza, T.S.C. 2006. Age and status identification through the traditional dress of Zulu women. Southern African Journal for Folklore Studies, 16 (2): 103-116. Maharaj, P. 2006. Reasons for Condom Use among Young People in KwaZulu-Natal: Prevention of HIV, Pregnancy or Both. International Family Planning Perspectives, 32(1): 28-34.

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Mekoa, I.S., Mtimkulu, J. and Nkoane, M.M. 2006. The Challenges Facing African Thought and African Universities in the 21st Century. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13(1): 6-20. Meyer, W.H. 2006. Review Article: Evolutionary Diversity: A challenge to monolithic masculinity. Journal of Constructive Theology, 12 (1): 81-87. Meyer-weitz, A., Reddy, S.P., Van den borne, H.w., Kok, G. and Pietersen, J. 2006. Determinants of communication between

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partners about STD symptoms: implications for partner referral in South Africa. South African Family Practice, 48 (7): 17. Mistrey, D. 2006. “Cited: Derrida on Anthropological Prejudice in Austin and Husserl”. South African Journal of Philosophy, 25(1): 1-26. Mitha, S.B. and Leach, A.B. 2006. AIDS in South Africa: A bibliometric study on HIV/AIDS literature in South Africa from 1982 to 2002. Mousaion, 24 (2): 185-210. Moore, D.B. 2006. Introduction: Festschrift for Bill Freund. African Studies, 65: 1-7. Moore, D.B. 2006. The Weight of History, a Broad Sense of the Possible: Economic History, Development Studies, Political Economy and Bill Freund. African Studies, 65(1): 9-26. Morris, M.L. and Barnes, J. 2006. Organising cluster cooperation and learning networks in South Africa. African Studies, 65(1): 79-103. Muchie, M., Habib, A. and Padayachee, M. 2006. African integration and civil society: The case of the African Union. Transformation, 61: 3-24. Mukamana, D. and Collins, A.J.L. 2006. Rape survivors of the Rwandan genocide. International Journal of Critical Psychology, 17: 140-166. Murray, S.A. 2006. The idea of gardening: Plants, bewilderment, and indigenous identity in South Africa. English in Africa, 33(2): 45-66. Nadar, S. 2006. ‘Hermenutics of Transformation?’ A critical exploration of the model of social engagement between biblical scholars and faith communities. Scriptura, 93: 339-351. Naidoo, P. and Kasiram, M.I. 2006. Exploring Unplanned Pregnancy amongst University Students. Social Work: A Professional Journal for the Social Worker, 42(3/4): 431-353. Naidoo, S. and Kasiram, M.I. 2006. Experiences of South African social workers in the United Kingdom. Social Work: A Professional Journal for the Social Worker, 42(2): 117-126. Ndinda, C.N., Adebayo, P.W. and Adebayo, A.A. 2006. Housing Experiences of Refugees - Policy Implications for South Africa. Africa Insight, 32(2): 75-90. Ndinda, C.N., Adebayo, P.W., Jinabhai, C.C. and Adebayo, A.A. 2006. HIV/AIDS and Housing Policy Review in South Africa. Africa Insight, 36(3/4): 95-114. Neerputh, S., Leach, A.B. and Hoskins, R.G.M. 2006. Towards establishing guidelines for performance appraisal of subject librarians in KwaZulu-Natal academic libraries. Mousaion, 24(1): 51-74. Ngulube, P. 2006. Nature and accessibility of public archives in the custody of selected national archival institutions in Africa. ESARBICA Journal, 25: 106-124. Ngulube, P. and Magazi, L.C. 2006. A stitch in time saves nine: Emergency preparedness in public libraries of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Innovation: A Journal for Appropriate Librarianship and Information Work in Southern Africa, 32: 110-124.

Ngulube, P. and Magazi, L.C. 2006. Protecting documents against disasters and theft: The challenge before the public libraries in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. South African Journal of Libraries and Information Science, 72(3): 185-197. Ngulube, P. and Sibanda, R. 2006. The role of national archival institutions in the Esarbica region in fostering collaboration and building partnerships in the information society. ESARBICA Journal, 25: 16-25. Ngulube, P. and Tafor, V.F. 2006. The management of public records and archives in the member countries. Journal of the Society of Archivists, 27(1): 57-83. Njagi, F.G. and Maharaj, P. 2006. Access to voluntary counselling and testing services: Perspectives of young people. Society in Transition, 37(2): 113-127. Osha, O. 2006. Birth of the Ogoni Protest Movement. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 41(1/2): 13-38. Paige Miller, B., Sooryamoorthy, R., Anderson, M., Palackal, A. and Shrum, W. 2006. Gender and Science in Developing Areas: Has the Internet Reduced Inequality. Social Science Quarterly, 87(3): 679-89. Panday, S., Richter, L.M. and Bhana, A. 2006. Young adults, the target of below-the-line advertising. South African Medical Journal, 96(2): 104-105. Paruk, Z., Mohamed, S.D., Patel, C.J. and Ramgoon, S. 2006. Compassion or condemnation? South African Muslim students’ attitudes to people with HIV/AIDS. SAHARA: Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS, 3(3): 510-515. Patel, C.J. and Shikongo, A.E.E. 2006. Handling spirituality/ religion in professional training: Experiences of a sample of Muslim psychology students. Journal of Religion & Health, 45(1): 93-112. Patel, R. 2006. International agrarian restructuring and the practical ethics of peasant movement solidarity. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 41(1/2): 71-93. Patel, C.J., Govender, V., Paruk, Z. and Ramgoon, S. 2006. Working mothers: Family-work conflict, job performance and family/ work variables. SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, 32(2): 39-45. Pattman, R.W. and Bhana, D. 2006. Black boys with bad reputations. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13(2): 252-272. Pattman, R.W. 2006. Making pupils the resources and promoting gender equality in HIV/AIDS education. Journal of Education, 38: 89-115. Petersen, I., Mason, A.J., Bhana, A., Bell, C.C. and McKay, M. 2006. Mediating social representations using a cartoon narrative in the context of HIV/AIDS: The AmaQhawe Family Project in South Africa. Journal of Health Psychology, 11(2): 197-208. Piper, L.E. 2006. Needs and Rights not needs versus rights: Expanding Hamilton’s conception of politics to include negative rights. South African Journal of Philosophy, 25(3): 233-241.

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Pithouse, R.M. 2006. Coffin for the Councillor: A report on the emergence of a shack dwellers’ movement in Durban, South Africa. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 41 (1): 171-184. Pithouse, R.M. 2006. The promised land and the University of Abahlali base Mjondolo. African Sociological Review, 10(1): 102-142. Posel, D.R., Fairburn, J.A. and Lund, F.J. 2006. Labour migration and households: A reconsideration of the effects of the social pension on labour supply in South Africa. Economic Modelling, 23(4): 836853. Raju, R., Stilwell, C. and Leach, A.B. 2006. The feasibility of unionising LIS workers: A case study of the tertiary education sector in South Africa. South African Journal of Libraries and Information Science, 72(3): 208-217. Ramgoon, S., Bachoo, S., Patel, C.J. and Paruk, Z. 2006. Could a healthy ego identity serve as a protective factor against suicidal tendencies? A pilot study . Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 18(2): 49-54. Reddy, V. 2006. Decriminalisation of homosexuality in post-apartheid South Africa: A brief legal case history review from sodomy to marriage. Agenda, 67: 146-157.

Rudwick, R.I. and Shange, M. 2006. Sociolinguistic oppression or expression of ‘Zuluness’? ‘IsiHlonipho’among isiZulu-speaking females. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 24(4): x-x. Sandwith, C.L. 2006. Revolutionaries or Sell-Outs? African Intellectuals and the Voice of Africa, 1949-1952. English in Africa, 33(2): 67-89. Sewpaul, V. 2006. Regional Perspectives.... from Africa: The African Union plan of action on the family in Africa. International Social Work, 49: 129-136 Sewpaul, V. 2006. The power of biography: Shifting the boundaries of knowledge through emancipatory pedagogy and critical consciousness. Social Work: A Professional Journal for the Social Worker, 42(2): 101-116. Shabalala, B. and Gathiram, N. 2006. Street-Children: A study of the aftercare services provided by Street-Wise (Durban). Social Work: A Professional Journal for the Social Worker, 42 (1): 37-43. Shum, M.C.N. 2006. Unsettling Settler Identity: Thomas Pringle’s Troubled Landscapes. English in Africa, 33(2): 21-44.

Reddy, V. 2006. Black, gay and out/in: Interview with Utando Baduza. Agenda, 67: 93-99

Simpson, B. and Haselau, C. 2006. Empathy in the South African context: relevant or redundant. Social Work Practitioner Researcher, 18(6): 283-297.

Reddy, V. and De Kadt, E. 2006. Thinking about language and gender: A South African perspective. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 24(4): 417-423.

Singh, A.D. and Petersen, I. 2006. Steel gaps: An interpretive account of women with multiple body piercings. Psycho-analytic Psychotherapy in South Africa, 14(2): 39-54.

Reddy, V. and Potgieter, C. 2006. ‘Real men stand up for the truth’: discursive meanings in the Jacob Zuma rape trial. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, 24(4): 511-521.

Singh, A. and Singh, S. 2006. The History of Crime Among People of Indian Origin in South Africa. Anthropologist: International Journal of Contemporary and Applied Studies of Man, 8(3): 147-156.

Richardson, R.N. 2006. A call for care: HIV/AIDS challenges the church. Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 125: 38-50.

Singh, A. 2006. Emigration of South African Indians to the Industrialised Countries. Anthropologist: International Journal of Contemporary and Applied Studies of Man, 59 (1): 65-86.

Richardson, R.N. 2006. Dodging the dogmatisms: Methodist reflections on abortion. Tydskrif vir Christelike Wetenskap, 42(2): 91102. Richter, L.M., Norris, S. and Ginsburg, C. 2006. The silent truth about teenage pregnancies: Birth to Twenty cohort’s next generation. South African Medical Journal, 96: 122-123. Panday, S., Richter, L.M. and Bhana, A. 2006. Young adults, the target of below-the-line advertising. South African Medical Journal, 96(2): 104-105. Rieker, M.I. and Burton, S.I.R. 2006. Social Marketing and ICTs in Road Safety Promotion: A Pilot Study in South Africa. Loyola Journal of Social Sciences, 20: 171-182. Ross, D. and Spurrett, D.J. 2006. Evolutionary psychology and functionally empty metaphors. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 29(2): 192-193. Rudwick, R.I., Nkomo, K. and Shange, M. 2006. ‘Ulimi lwenkululeko’: Township ‘women’s language of empowerment’ and homosexual linguistic identities. Agenda, 67: 57-65

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Singh, A. 2006. The Post-Apartheid Classroom: Some emperical evidence on integration and tecaher-learner interphase. Oriental Anthropologist, 6(2): 384-402. Singh, A. 2006. Media Perceptions and Academic Responses to South African President Thabo Mbeki. Journal of Social Sciences, 13(3): 163-176 Sitoto, F.T. 2006. “I am the Father and Mother in this Household!” Beyond Masculine Sensibilities?. Journal of Constructive Theology, 12(1): 95 - 103. Skinner, C.J. 2006. Falling though the Policy Gaps? Evidence from the Informal Economy in Durban, South Africa. Urban Forum, 17(2): 125-148. Skinner, C.J. and Valodia, I.A.K. 2006. Two Economies: Mistaken Idea. South African Labour Bulletin, 30(4): 57-61. Sliep, Y. and Gilbert, A. 2006. Promoting Inter-Relational Reflexivity with Psychosocial Workers in Community work: A case study from Burundi. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 2: 293-302.

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Sooryamoorthy, R. 2006. The Sample Survey: Persistent Issues and Emergent Trends. Indian Journal of Social Work, 67 (1): 45-60. Spurrett, D.J. 2006. Reductionisms and physicalisms. South African Journal of Philosophy, 25(2): 163-174. Steinmeyer, E.G. 2006. Electra Transformations. Scholia: Studies in Classical Antiquity, 15: on-line. Stilwell, C. 2006. “Beyond reason and vanity?”: some issues in academic journal publication in Library and Information Studies. South African Journal of Libraries and Information Science, 72(1): 1-11. Stilwell, C. 2006. “Boundless opportunities?”: Towards an assessment of the usefulness of the concept of social exclusion for the South African public library situation.. Innovation: A Journal for Appropriate Librarianship and Information Work in Southern Africa, 32: 1-28. Stobie, C. 2006. Writing in the Interzone: A Queer Postcolonial Reading of Barbara Adair’s In Tangier We Killed the Blue Parrot. English in Africa, 33 (2): 181-198. Tefera, A.G.H., Petersen, I. and Govender, K. 2006. A comparison of demographic characteristics and family influences in a sample of pregnant and non-pregnant Black African teenagers. Social Work: A Professional Journal for the Social Worker, 42 (1): 68-78. Tennant, P.M.W. 2006. Roman Mythmaking. Classical Review, 56(1): 165-167. Thurman, T., Brown, L., Richter, L.M., Maharaj, P. and Magnani, R. 2006. Sexual risk behavior among South African adolescents: Is orphan status a factor? AIDS and Behavior, 10(6): 627–635. Tomaselli, K.G. 2006. Rereading the Gods Must be Crazy Films. Visual Anthropology, 19: 171-200. Trotter, K.A. 2006. The Importance of Narratives in South African Policy Work: How to Hear the Voices in a Participatory Democracy. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13 (2): 198-214. Tshehla, M.S. 2006. A Sesotho Instance of the ‘Perennial Challenge of Considering African Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) from a Christian Perspective. Journal of African Christian Thought, 9 (1): 13-23. Tshehla, M.S. 2006. Conversing around masculinity. Journal of Constructive Theology, 12(1): 1-5. Tshehla, M.S. 2006. Spelling the Faith or Coping with Bible Literacy? Introducing 19th Century Basotho Christians. Theologia Viatorum: Journal of Theology and Religion in Africa, 30 (1): 113-132. Tshehla, M.S. 2006. Wisdom amidst monkey-talk? Discipline and gender in masculinist discourses. Journal of Constructive Theology, 12(1): 7-25.

Vahed, G.H.M. 2006. “Unhappily torn by dissensions and litigations”: Durban’s Memon Mosque, 1880-1930”. Journal of Religion in Africa, 36 (1): 23-49. Vahed, G.H.M., Padayachee, M. and Desai, A. 2006. Beyond Apartheid: Race, transformation and governance in KwaZulu-Natal cricket. Transformation, 61: 63-88. Valodia, I.A.K. and Velia, M.A.I. 2006. Macro-Micro Linkages in Trade: Trade, Efficiency and Competitiveness of Manufacturing Firms in Durban, South Africa. Journal of African Economies, 15(4): 688721. Valodia, I.A.K., Lebani, L., Skinner, C.J. and Devey, R.M. 2006. Low-waged and Informal Employment in South Africa. Transformation, 60: 90-126. Voss, A.E. 2006. The Flaming Terrapin and Valley of a Thousand Hills: Campbell, Dhlomo and the ‘Brief Epic’. Journal of Southern African Studies, 32 (3): 449-466. Waetjen, T. 2006. Measures of Redress: Defining Disadvantage in a University Access Programme. Society in Transition, 37(2): 200-217. West, G.O. 2006. Reading Shembe ‘re-membering’ the Bible: Isaiah Shembe’s instructions on adultery. Neotestamentica: Journal of the New Testament Society of South Africa, 40 (1): 157-184. West, G.O. 2006. The vocation of an African biblical scholar on the margins of biblical scholarship. Old Testament Essays (New Series), 19 (1): 307-336. West, G.O. and Zengele-Nzimande, P.B. 2006. The medicine of God’s word: what people living with HIV and AIDS want (and get) from the Bible. Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 125: 51-63. Wilbraham, L.A. 2006. Qualitative researching beyond tools and techniques. Pins: Psychology in Society, 33: 74-78. Wildsmith-Cromarty, R. and Gounden, J. 2006. A balanced reading programme for grade one and two learners of English as a first and as an additional language. Per Linguam: A Journal of Language Learning, 22(1): 1-22. Witt, H.A., Patel, R. and Schnurr, M. 2006. Can the poor help GM crops? Technology, representation & cotton in the Makhathini Flats, South Africa. Review of African Political Economy, 108: 147-163. Woeber, C.A. 2006. “Educating the Educator: Es’kia Mphahlele’s Schooling at St Peter’s”. English Academy Review, 21 (December) 2004: 78-92. Wright, J.B. 2006. Reconstituting Shaka Zulu for the twenty-first century. Southern African Humanities, 18 (2): 139-153 Zondi, N.B. 2006. Critiquing the male writing of female izibongo: a feminist approach. Agenda, 68: 30-38

Tshehla, M.S. and Thaba, L.E. 2006. An Exploration of Eunuchism in the Sesotho Bible. Theologia Viatorum: Journal of Theology and Religion in Africa, 30 (1): 133-155. Turner, N.S. 2006. Shifts in focus: The case of inanimate izibongo. Southern African Journal for Folklore Studies, 16(2): 78-87.

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FACULTY OF LAW Bhamjee, S. and Hoctor, S.V. 2006. Of obedience and offence S v Mostert 2006 1 SACR 560 (N). Obiter, 27 (3): 663-673.

Dhai, A., Szabo, C.P. and Mcquoid-Mason, D.J. 2006. The impaired practitioner - scope of the problem and ethical challenges. South African Medical Journal, 96(10): 1069-1072. Du Plessis, M. 2006. A truth and reconciliation process for Zimbabwe? Some preliminary observations. Obiter, 27: 75-97

Bhamjee, S. and Strode, A.E. 2006. HIV Status as a mitigating factor in sentencing: A critical review S v Magida 2005 2 SACR 591 (SCA). Obiter, 27 (2): 391-396.

Du Plessis, M. and Penfold, G. 2006. Bill of Rights Jurisprudence. Annual Survey of South African Law, 2004: 15-73.

Bosch, S.J. 2006. IDASA v ANC - An Opportunity lost for truly promoting access to information. South African Law Journal, 123(4): 615-625.

Du Plessis, M. and Pete, S.A. 2006. International law and reparations for the Atlantic Slave Trade: A case study in legal obfuscation. South African Yearbook of International Law, Volume 31: 243 to 262.

Carnelley, M. 2006. “Tata ‘Ma Millions?” The enforceability of a gambling debt between the lottery operator and the ticket-holder; and the enforceability partnership agreement to share lottery winnings already paid to one of the partners. Obiter, 27(2): 358-386.

Du Plessis, M. and Pete, S.A. 2006. Kafka’s African Nightmare bureaucracy and the law in pre- and post-apartheid South Africa. Journal for Juridical Science, 31(1): 39-60.

Carnelley, M. and Hoctor, S.V. 2006. Rape, legality and indecency S v Khumalo, S v Zondi, S v Buthelezi (unreported, NPD) case No 219/2004. Obiter, 27(1): 197-205 Cohen, T.J.A. 2006. Limiting retrospective reinstatement - CWIU and others v Latex Surgical Products (Pty) Ltd (2006) 27 ILJ 292 (LAC). Industrial Law Journal Including Industrial Law Reports, 27: 2018 2026. Cohen, T.J.A. 2006. Termination of employment contracts by operation of law - bypassing the unfair dismissal provisions of the Labour Relations Act. Stellenbosch Law Review, 17(1): 91 - 104. Couzens, E.W.F. and Dent, M.C. 2006. Finding Nema: The National Environmental Management Act, the De Hoop Dam, Conflict Resolution and Alternative Dispute Resolution in Environmental Disputes. Potchefstroomse Elektroniese Regsblad/ Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal, 3: 1-50. Cowling, M.G. 2006. Criminal Procedure. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 19(1): 95-111. Cowling, M.G. 2006. Criminal Procedure. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 19(3): 359-374. Cowling, M.G. 2006. Criminal Procedure. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 19(2): 239-252. Crocker, A.D. 2006. Blended learning: A new approach to legal teaching in South African law schools. Journal for Juridical Science, 31(2): 1-25. Devenish, G.E. 2006. Administrative law in relation to a domestic tribunal established by contract - Klein v Dainfern College 2006 3 SA 73 (T). SA Public Law, 21(2): 445-455. Devenish, G.E. 2006. Federalism Revisited: The South African Paradigm. Stellenbosch Law Review, 1: 129-164. Devenish, G.E. 2006. The theory and methodology for constitutional interpretation in South Africa. Tydskrif Vir Hedendaagse RomeinsHollandse Reg/ Journal of Contemporary Roman-Dutch Law, 69(2): 238-258.

Farisani, D.M. 2006. The Regulation of Corporate Criminal Liability in South Africa: A Close Look (Part 1). Obiter, 27 (2): 263 - 276. Farisani, E.B. and Farisani, D.M. 2006. Will the abuse ever end? A Bible study on Hannah’s discrimination and harassment. Journal of Constructive Theology, 12(1): 67-80. Freedman, D.W. 2006. The constitutional right not to be deprived of propery: The constitutional court keeps its options open. Journal of South African Law, 2006 (1): 83-100. Freedman, D.W. 2006. The White Paper for Sustainable Coastal Development and the Future of the Sea-shore Act. Obiter, 27(3): 582 - 589. Hoctor, S.V. 2006. Assessing attempt at the impossible in South African criminal law. Journal for Juridical Science, 31(2): 130-139. Hoctor, S.V. 2006. Case Reviews: Specific Crimes. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 19(2): 232-239. Hoctor, S.V. 2006. Case Reviews: Specific Offences. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 19(3): 354-359. Hoctor, S.V. 2006. Comparing criminal law rules: A role for customary law concepts?. Fundamina: A Journal of Legal History, 12(1): 168183. Hoctor, S.V. 2006. Interrogating irresponsible driving S V Scholtz 2006 1 SACR 442 (E). Obiter, 27(3): 636-644. Hoctor, S.V. 2006. Principles governing sentence on a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs. Obiter, 27(2): 293-303. Hoctor, S.V. 2006. Recent Cases Specific crimes. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 19(1): 87-94. Hoctor, S.V. 2006. What does ‘reasonable consideration’ mean in the offence of inconsiderate driving? Obiter, 27(1): 146-149. Kidd, M.A. 2006. Greening the Judiciary. Potchefstroomse Elektroniese Regsblad/ Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal, 3: 1-15 Lumina, C.K. 2006. An assessment of the human rights obligations

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of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund with particular reference to the World Bank’s Inspection Panel. Journal for Juridical Science, 31(2): 108-129. Lumina, C.K. 2006. Police accountability and policing oversight mechanisms in the Southern African Development Community. African Security Review, 15(1): 92-108.

Pete, S.A. and Du Plessis, M. 2006. South African Nationals Abroad and Their Right to Diplomatic Protection - Lessons from the ‘Mercenaries Case’. South African Journal on Human Rights, 22(3): 439-472. Reddi, M. 2006. General Principles of Liability: Criminal Capacity. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 19(3): 349 - 354.

Lumina, C.K. 2006. The Promotion and Protection of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and the Right to Development Under the African Regional Human Rights System. Obiter, 27 (2): 316-332.

Rycroft, A.J. 2006. Pre-retrenchment Disclosure? Well, Maybe Not.... Industrial Law Journal Including Industrial Law Reports, 27: 20142018.

Mamashela, M. 2006. Some Hurdles in the Implementation of the Maintenance Act 99 of 1998. Obiter, 27(3): 590 -605.

Singh, A. and Maseko, T.W. 2006. The protection of prisoners’ rights to health care services in South Africa: Is it adequate?. Journal for Juridical Science, 31(1): 80-100.

Mamashela, M. and Carnelley, M. 2006. Cohabitation and the same-sex marriage. A complex jigsaw puzzle: Minister of Home Affairs v Fourie; Lesbian and Gay Equality Project v Minister of Home Affairs 2006 3 BCLR 355 (CC). Obiter, 27(2): 379-390. McLennan, J.S. 2006. Contracting with business trusts. SA Mercantile Law, 18(3): 329-335. Mcquoid-Mason, D.J. 2006. Advance directives and the National Health Act. South African Medical Journal, 96(12): 1236-1238. Mcquoid-Mason, D.J. 2006. Are the restrictive provisions of sections 2(1)(c) and 5(5)(b)of the Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act 92 of 1996 unconstitutional?. Journal for Juridical Science, 31(1): 121-133. Mcquoid-Mason, D.J. 2006. The four year LLB programme and the expectations of law students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal and the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University: Some preliminary results from a survey. Obiter, 27(1): 166-172.

Singh, A. and Singh, S. 2006. The History of Crime Among People of Indian Origin in South Africa. Anthropologist: International Journal of Contemporary and Applied Studies of Man, 8(3): 147-156. Singh, S. 2006. ‘A World of Darkness’ Polarization of Prisoners. Alternation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, 13: 134-152. Van Der Berg, E. and Carnelley, M. 2006. A case of misfiring? Lazarides v Chairman of the Firearms Appeal Board 2005 JDR 0584 (T). Obiter, 27(3): 645-662. Vawda, Y.A. 2006. Lost in Translation: Language and Diversity Issues in Clinical Law Teaching. De Jure, 2: 295 - 305. Wessen, M. and Du Plessis, M. 2006. Hart, Dworkin and the Nature of (South African) Legal Theory. South African Law Journal, 123(4): 700-729.

Mcquoid-Mason, D.J. 2006. The National Health Act and refusal of consent to health services by children. South African Medical Journal, 96(6): 530-532.

Whitear-Nel, N.J. 2006. Evidence : Admissibility of unconstitutionally obtained evidence. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 19(3): 375-378.

Mubangizi, J.C. 2006. Some Reflections on Recent and Current Trends in the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights in Africa: The Pains and the Gains. African Human Rights Law Journal, 6 (1): 146 - 165.

Whitear-Nel, N.J. 2006. Evidence: Admissibility of extra curial statements by accused. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 19(1): 112-118.

Mubangizi, J.C. 2006. The Constitutional Protection of SocioEconomic Rights in Selected African Countries: A Comparative Evaluation. African Journal of Legal Studies, 2 (1): 1 - 19. Mubangizi, J.C. 2006. The Role of National Human Rights Institutions in the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights in Uganda and South Africa: A Comparative Evaluation. Obiter, 27 (3): 454 - 469. Pete, S.A. 2006. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea - The Spectre of Crime and Prison Overcrowding in Post-apartheid South Africa. Obiter, 27(3): 429-453. Pete, S.A. 2006. Falling on Stony Ground: Importing the Penal Practices of Europe into the Prisons of Colonial Natal (Part 1). Fundamina: A Journal of Legal History, 12(2): 100-112.

Whitear-Nel, N.J. 2006. Evidence: Identification of minor witnesses;access to information. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 19(2): 253-256. Whitear-Nel, N.J. 2006. Intermediaries appointed in terms of s 170A of the Criminal procedure Act 51 of 1977: New developments? South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 19(3): 334-342. Woker, T. A. 2006. Understanding the relationship between Franchising and the Law of Competition. SA Mercantile Law, 18(2): 107-120. Wood-Bodley, M.C. 2006. Revocation of a will by the presumed destruction of a copy: Sansole NO v Ncube. South African Law Journal, 123 Part 1: 3-12.

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FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES Casale, D.M., Muller, C.L. and Posel, D.R. 2006. All you wanted to know about Working hours in South Africa. South African Labour Bulletin, 30(2): 38-40. Cassim, S.B. 2006. Benchmarking equity and diversity in higher education institutions: A South African assessment. South African Journal of Higher Education, 20(4): 419-432.

Ndlela, R.N., Green, J.M. and Reddy, P.S. 2006. From traditional courts to traditional administration centres : A review of the Kwazulu Natal experiences. Politeia, Vol.25.No.3: 235-236. Nichola, T. 2006. The food security problem in Ethiopia - A supply side analysis. South African Journal of Economics/ Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif Vir Ekonomie, 74(2): 315-322. Poku, N. and Whiteside, A.W. 2006. Introduction, 25 years of living with HIV/AIDS : Challenges and Propects. International Affairs [London], 82(2): 249-256.

Chasomeris, M.G. 2006. South Africa’s Maritime Policy and Transformation of the Shipping Industry. Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 17: 269-288.

Posel, D.R., Fairburn, J.A. and Lund, F.J. 2006. Labour migration and households: A reconsideration of the effects of the social pension on labour supply in South Africa. Economic Modelling, 23(4): 836853.

Dancaster, L.A. 2006. Work-life balance and the legal right to request flexible working arrangements. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, 9(2): 175-186.

Sentoo, N. and Sing, D. 2006. E-Governance in the South African local government sector with particular reference to selected Kwazulu-Natal municipalities. Administratio Publica, 14(1): 102-132.

Deghaye, N., Pawinski, R. and Desmond, C.J. 2006. Financial and economic costs of scaling up the provision of HAART to HIV-infected health care workers in KwaZulu-Natal. South African Medical Journal, 96: 140-143.

Sing, D. and Subban, M. 2006. Understanding and Promoting the Performance Management in the South African Government Sector: Theoretical and Legislative Perspectives. Administratio Publica, 14(1): 133-163.

Ellis, L.R. and Vigar, D.A. 2006. Teaching and learning and technology: Does WebCT help universities meet organisational and customer goals? A case study. South African Journal of Higher Education, 20 (5): 613 - 626.

Skinner, J.P. 2006. Beyond materialism: Mental capacity and naturalism, a consideration of method. Metaphilosophy, Volume 37, No.1: 74 - 91.

George, G.L. 2006. Workplace ART programmes: Why do companies invest in them and are they working? African Journal of AIDS Research, 5(2): 179-188.

Stainbank, L.J. and Short, C.L. 2006. The usefulness of corporate annual reports in South Africa: Perceptions of preparers and users. Meditari: Accountancy Research, 14(1): 69-80.

Hloma, X. and Ortlepp, K. 2006. People management implications of virtual workplace arrangements. Acta Commercii, 6: 28-38.

Tecle, Y.H. and Schroenn, J.L. 2006. The contribution of HRD to tourism-led development in an African context. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, 9 (4): 444 - 457

Isingoma, P. and Reddy, P.S. 2006. Decentralised service delivery in Uganda : Issues, Challenges and Constraints. Public Administration, Vol.41 No.2 June: 90-109.

Veenstra, N. and Oyier, A.G.O. 2006. The burden of HIV-related illness on outpatient health services in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Aids Care, 18 (3): 262-268.

Isingoma, P. and Reddy, P.S. 2006. Local government in Uganda : trends, constraints and prospects. Africanus, Vol.36.No.1: 88-104.

Veenstra, N. 2006. Social protection in a context of HIV and AIDS: A closer look at South Africa. Social Dynamics, 32 (2): 112-136.

Msweli-Mbanga, P. and Potwana, N. 2006. Modelling participation, resistance to change, and organisational citizenship behaviour: A South African Case. South African Journal of Business Management, 37(1): 1-9.

Whiteside, A.W. 2006. HIV/AIDS and development: Failures of vision and imagination. International Affairs [London], 82: 327-343.

Naidoo, P. and Reddy, P.S. 2006. Total quality management and developmental local government in South Africa. Public Administration, 41(4.1): 875-887.

Whiteside, A.W., De waal, A. and Gebre-tensae, T. 2006. Aids, security and the military in africa: A sober appraisal. African Affairs, 105: 201-218.

Naidu, V. and Harris, G.T. 2006. Survival strategies of HIV/AIDSaffected households in Soweto. Development southern Africa, 23(3): 417-426.

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Naidu, V. and Harris, G.T. 2006. The cost of HIV/AIDS morbidity and mortality to households: preliminary estimates for Soweto. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, 9(3): 384391.

Abraha, M.G. and Savage, M.J. 2006. Potential impacts of climate change on the grain yield of maize for the midlands of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 115: 150-160.

Naude, M.J.A. and O’Neill, R.C. 2006. Beyond survival: challenges facing South African automotive component exporters. Acta Commercii, 6: 213-223. 118

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Abraham-Shrauner, B. and Govinder, K.S. 2006. Provenance of Type II hidden symmetries from nonlinear partial differential equations. Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics, 13: 612-622.

Ashrafi, M., Kosch, M. and Honary, F. 2006. Heater-induced altitude descent of the EISCAT UHF ion line enhancements: Observations and modelling. Advances in Space Research, 38: 2645-2652.

Abraham-Shrauner, B., Govinder, K.S. and Arrigo, D. 2006. Type-II hidden symmetries of the linear 2D and 3D wave equations. Journal of Physics A-Mathematical and General, 39: 5739--5747.

Assefa, Y., Conlong, D. and Mitchell, A. 2006. Status of Eldana saccharina (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), its host plants and natural enemies in Ethiopia. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 96: 497-504.

Ajayi, S.A., Berjak, P., Kioko, J.I., Dulloo, E. and Vodouhe, R.S. 2006. Responses of fluted pumpkin (Telfairia occidentalis Hook. f.; Cucurbitaceae) seeds to desiccation, chilling and hydrated storage. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 544-550.

Assefa, Y., Mitchell, A. and Conlong, D. 2006. Phylogeography of Eldana saccharina Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). Annales de La Societe Entomologique de France, 42 (3-4): 331-337.

Ajayi, S.A., Berjak, P., Kioko, J.I., Dulloo, E. and Vodouhe, R.S. 2006. Observations on in-vitro behaviour of the zygotic axes of fluted pumpkin. African Journal of Biotechnology, 15: 1397-1404. Ali, M.B., Singh, N., Shohael, A.M., Hahn, E.-.J. and Paek, K.-.Y. 2006. Phenolics metabolism and lignin synthesis in root suspension cultures of Panax ginseng in response to copper stress. Plant Science, 171: 147-154. Anderson, B.C. and Johnson, S.D. 2006. The effects of floral mimics and models on each other’s fitness. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 273: 969-974. Andriopoulos, K. and Leach, P.G. 2006. A common theme in applied mathematics: An equation connecting applications in economics, medicine and physics. South African Journal of Science, 102: 66-72. Andriopoulos, K. and Leach, P.G. 2006. An interpretation of the presence of both positive and negative nongeneric resonances in the singularity analysis. Physics Letters A, 359: 199-203. Andriopoulos, K., Nucci, M.C. and Leach, P.G. 2006. Lie symmetries, quantisation and c-isochronous nonlinear oscillators. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 319: 357-368. Appleton, C.C. and Kvalsvig, J.D. 2006. A school-based helminth control programme successfully implemented in KwaZulu-Natal. The Southern African Journal of Epidemiology and Infection, 21(2): 55-67. Arlotti, L., Banasiak, J. and Ciake Ciake, F.L. 2006. Conservative and non-conservative Boltzmann-type models of semiconductor theory. Mathematical Models & Methods in Applied Sciences, 16(9): 1441--1468. Arthur, G.D., Burnett (Stirk), W.A. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Effects of autoclaving and charcoal on root-promoting substances present in water extracts made from gelling agents. Bioresource Technology, 97: 1942-1950. Ascough, G., Bakos, G.D., Balazs, E., Barnabas, B. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Screening South African wheat germplasm for androgenic competence. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 40-45. Ascough, G., Mtshali, N.P., Nogemane, N. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Flower abscission in excised inflorescences of three Plectranthus cultivars. Plant Growth Regulation, 48: 229-235.

Atagana, H.I., Haynes, R.J. and Wallis, F.M. 2006. Fungal bioremediation of creosote-contaminated soil: A laboratory scale bioremediation study using indigenous soil fungi. Water Air and Soil Pollution, 172: 201-219. Atkins, D., Haynes, T.W. and Henning, M.A. 2006. Placing monitoring devices in electric power networks modelled by block graphs. Ars Combinatoria, 79: 129--143. Backhouse, D. and Gous, R.M. 2006. Responses of adult broiler breeders to feeding time. Worlds Poultry Science Journal, 62: 269281. Bairu, M.W., Fennell, C.W. and Van Staden, J. 2006. The effect of plant growth regulators on somaclonal variation in Cavendish banana (Musa AAA cv. ‘Zelig’). Scientia Horticulturae, 118: 347-351. Banasiak, J. 2006. Shattering and non-uniqueness in fragmentation models-an analytic approach. Physica D-Nonlinear Phenomena, 222 (1-2): 63--72. Banasiak, J. and Lamb, W. 2006. On a coagulation and fragmentation equation with mass loss. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Section A-Mathematics, 136A: 1157-1173. Banasiak, J., Lachowicz, M. and Moszynski, M. 2006. Semigroups for generalized birth-and-death equations in lp spaces. Semigroup Forum, 73 (2): 175-193. Banda, M.K. and Seaid, M. 2006. Non-oscillatory methods for relaxation approximation of Hamilton-Jacobi equations. Applied Mathematics and Computation, 183: 170-183. Banda, M.K., Junk, M. and Klar, A. 2006. Kinetic-Based numerical schemes for incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations. Computers & Fluids, 35(8): 879-887. Banda, M.K., Seaid, M. and Teleaga, I. 2006. Discrete-Velocity relaxation methods for large eddy simulation. Applied Mathematics and Computation, 182 (1): 739 - 753. Banda, M.K., Yong, W.-.A. and Klar, A. 2006. A stability notion for lattice boltzmann equations. Siam Journal on Scientific Computing, 27(6): 2098 -- 2111. Barraclough, D. 2006. An overview of the South African tangleveined flies (Diptera: Nemestrinidae), with an annotated key to the genera and a checklist of species. Zootaxa, 1277: 39–63.

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Barraclough, D. 2006. Remarkable sexual dimorphism in the Afrotropical species Nycterimyia capensis Bezzi, 1924 (Diptera: Nemestrinidae), and its taxonomic implications. Zootaxa, 1273: 1–7. Barraclough, D. and McAlpine, D.K. 2006. Natalimyzidae, a new African family of acalyptrate flies (Diptera: Schizophora: Sciomyzoidea). African Invertebrates, 47: 117--134. Beaumont, A.J., Edwards, T.J. and Smith, F.R. 2006. The first record of gynodioecy in a species of Gnidia (Thymelaeaceae) from South Africa. . Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 152: 219233. Bellomo, B., Compagno, G. and Petruccione, F. 2006. Loss of coherence and dressing in QED. Physical Review A, 74: 052112. Bellomo, B., Compagno, G. and Petruccione, F. 2006. Spatial Decoherence in QED. Open Systems & Information Dynamics, 13: 393-402. Bencherif, H., Diab, R.D., Portafaix, T., Morel, B., Keckhut, P. and Moorgawa, A. 2006. Temperature climatology and trend estimates in the UTLS region as observed over a southern subtropical site, Durban, South Africa. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 6: 51215128. Berjak, P. 2006. The challenge of recalcitrant germplasm cryopreservation. Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology, 81: 781-782. Berjak, P. 2006. Unifying perspectives of some mechanisms basic to desiccation tolerance across life forms. Seed Science Research, 16: 1-15. Bhagwat, V.W., Vijay, R., Jonnalagadda, S.B. and Pare, B. 2006. Acridine orange and chlorite reaction- An indicator reaction for the trace determination of Ru(III). Indian Journal of Chemical Technology, 13: 644-647. Bharuth-Ram, K. 2006. Hyperfine interaction studies in diamond. Physica B-Condensed Matter, 389: 29 - 36. Bharuthram, R., Djebli, M. and Pillay, S.R. 2006. Electrostatic nonlinear waves in a dusty plasma with positive dust grains and two electron species. Journal of Plasma Physics, 72(1): 35-41.

conformational profile of trishomocubane amino acid dipeptide. Biopolymers, 81(5): 339-349. Blidia, B., Chellali, C., Haynes, T.W. and Henning, M.A. 2006. Independent and double domination in trees. Utilitas Mathematica, 70: 159--173. Bowd, R., Kotze, D.C., Morris, C.D. and Quinn, N.W. 2006. Testing the applicability of the SASS5 scoring procedure for assessing wetland health: A case study in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands, South Africa. African Journal of Aquatic Science, 31(2): 229-246. Bowd, R., Kotze, D.C., Morris, C.D. and Quinn, N.W. 2006. Towards the development of a macroinvertebrate sampling technique for palustrine wetlands in South Africa: a pilot investigation in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands. African Journal of Aquatic Science, 31: 15-23. Boyes, R.S. and Perrin, M.R. 2006. Census techniques for southern reedbuck, Redunca arundinum, on forestry lands in the Natal Midlands, South Africa. South African Journal of Wildlife Research, 36(1): 45-53. Boyle, G.A., Kruger, H.G., Maguire, G.E.M. and Rademeyer, M. 2006. (4R,5R)-Bis(hydroxydimethylmethyl)-2,2-dimethyl-1,3dioxolane. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E62: 04339-04341. Bresar, B., Henning, M.A. and Klavzar, S. 2006. On Integer Domination in Graphs and Vizing-like Problems. Taiwanese Journal of Mathematics, 10: 1317--1328. Brijlall, D., Maharaj, A. and Jojo, Z.M.M. 2006. The development of geometrical concepts through design activities during a Technology education class. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 10(1): 37 to 45. Brooks, S.J. 2006. Human Discourses, Animal Geographies: Imagining Umfolozi’s White Rhinos. Current Writing, 18 (1): 6-27. Brown, K.J. and Downs, C.T. 2006. Seasonal patterns in body temperature of free-living rock hyrax (Procavia capensis). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A-Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 143: 42-49.

Biseswar, R. 2006. Additions to the deep-sea echiuran (Echiura) fauna of the North-East Atlantic. Zoosystema, 28(4): 853-864.

Brown, M. 2006. Annual and seasonal trends in avifaunal species richness in a coastal lowlands forest reserve in South Africa . Ostrich, 77: 58-66.

Bisetty, K., Corcho, F., Canto, J., Kruger, H.G. and Perez, J. 2006. A theoretical study of pentacyclo-undecane cage peptides of the type [Ac-X-Y-NHMe]. Journal of Peptide Science, 12: 92-105.

Bruning, E.A.K. 2006. A note on localized directional weak lower semi-continuity. Quaestiones Mathematicae, 29: 367 - 381.

Bisetty, K., Corcho, F., Canto, J., Kruger, H.G. and Perez, J. 2006. Simulated Annealing Study of the Pentacyclo-undecane Cage Amino Acid Tripeptides of the Type [Ac-X-Y-Z-NHMe]. Journal of Molecular Structure-Theochem, 759: 145-157. Bisetty, K., Corcho, F., Canto, J., Kruger, H.G. and Perez, J. 2006. A Molecular Dynamics Study of the Pentacyclo-undecane Cage amino acid tripeptide. Journal of Molecular Structure-Theochem, 770: 221-228.

Bruning, E.A.K. and Blanchard, P. 2006. Remarks on the structure of states of composite quantum systems and envariance. Physics Letters A, 355: 180 - 187. Bryan, S.E. and Cress, C.M. 2006. Figure Rotation of Dark Halos in cold dark matter Simulations. IAU Symposia, 235: 105. Buchert, S.C., Hagfors, T. and Mckenzie, J.F. 2006. Effect of electrojet irregularities on DC current flow. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, III, AO2305: 9.

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Burnett (Stirk), W.A., Thomson, S.V. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Effect of rust-causing pathogen (Puccinia thlaspeos) on auxin-like and cytokinin-like activity in Dyer’s woad (Isatis tinctoria). Weed Science, 54: 815-820. Buwa, L.V. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Antibacterial and antifungal activity of traditional medicinal plants used against venereal diseases in South Africa. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 103: 139-142. Carbutt, C. and Edwards, T.J. 2006. The endemic and nearendemic angiosperms of the Drakensberg Alpine Centre. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 105--132. Chaisi, M. and Maharaj, S.D. 2006. A new algorithm for anisotropic solutions. Pramana-Journal of Physics, 66(2): 313-324. Chaisi, M. and Maharaj, S.D. 2006. Anisotropic static solutions in modelling highly compact bodies. Pramana-Journal of Physics, 66(3): 609-614. Changamu, E.O., Friedrich, H.B. and Rademeyer, M. 2006. [u-1kC1:2(C2,C3-n)- Allyl]tetracarbonyl-1k2C,2k2C-(1n5cyclopentadienyl)(2n5-pentamethylcyclopentadienyl) diiron(ll) hexafluorophosphate. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E62: m442-m444. Changamu, E.O., Friedrich, H.B., Onani, M.O. and Rademeyer, M. 2006. Reaction studies on some functionalized alkyl transition metal compounds and the crystal structure of [Cp(CO)3W{(CH2)3NO2}]. Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 691: 4615-4625. Chapman, C.A., Lawes, M.J. and Eeley, H.A.C. 2006. What hope for African primate diversity?. African Journal of Ecology, 44: 116-133. Chapman, C.A., Wasserman, M.D., Gillespie, T.R., Spiers, M.L., Lawes, M.J., Saj, T.J. and Ziegler, T.E. 2006. Do food availability, parasitism, and stress have synergistic effects on red colobus populations living in forest fragments?. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 131: 525-534. Chenia, H.Y., Pillay, B. and Pillay, D. 2006. Analysis of the mechanisms of fluoroquinolone resistance in urinary tract pathogens. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, 58: 1274-1278. Chukwujekwu, J.C., Coombes, P.H., Mulholland, D.A. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Emodin, an antibacterial anthraquinone from the roots of Cassia occidentalis. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 295-297. Chunilall, V., Kindness, A. and Jonnalagadda, S.B. 2006. Impact of Coal mine dump contaminated soils on elemental uptake by Spinacia oleracea(spinach). Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part B-Pesticides Food Contaminants and Agricultural Wastes, 41 (3): 297-307. Claessens, S., Naidoo, D., Mulholland, D.A., Verschaeve, L., Van staden, J. and De Kimpe, N. 2006. Synthesis of Pyranonapthoquinone Antibiotics involving he Phthalide Annulation Strategy. Synlett, 4: 0621-0623. Coates, G.D. and Downs, C.T. 2006. A preliminary study of valley thicket and coastal bushveld-grassland habitat use during summer by bushbuck (Tragelaphus scriptus): a telemetry based study. South

African Journal of Wildlife Research, 36: 167-172. Collier, A.B., Hughes, A.R.W., Blomberg, L.G. and Sutcliffe, P.R. 2006. Evidence of standing waves during Pi2 pulsation event observed on Cluster. Annales Geophysicae, 24: 2719-2733. Collier, A.B., Hughes, A.R.W., Lichtenberger, J. and Steinbach, P. 2006. Seasonal and diurnal variation of lightning activity over southern Africa and correlation with European whistler observations. Annals of Geophysics, 24: 1-14. Conlong, D. and Goebel, F.R. 2006. Trichogramma bournieri Pintureau & Babault (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) and Chilo sacchariphagus Bojer (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) in sugarcane in Mozambique: A new association. Annales de La Societe Entomologique de France, 42 (3-4): 417-422. Cooper, M.R. 2006. Additions to the Upper Cretaceous ammonite fauna of KwaZulu-Natal. Durban Museum Novitiates, 31: 32-36. Cooper, M.R. and Liu, K. 2006. The Cainozoic palaeontology and stratigraphy of KwaZulu-Natal. Part 4. The post-Karoo geology of the Durban area, with special reference to the Isipingo Formation. Durban Museum Novitiates, V. 31: 1-23. Crouch, N.R., Du Toit, K., Mulholland, D.A. and Drewes, S.E. 2006. Bufadienolides from bulbs of Urginea lydenburgensis (Hyacinthaceae: Urgineoideae). Phytochemistry, 67: 2140-2145. Crous, P.W., Groenewald, J.Z., Groenewald, M., Caldwell, P.M., Braun, U. and Harrington, T.C. 2006. Species of Cercospora associated with grey leaf spot of maize. . Studies in Mycology, 55: 189-197. Crowther, N.A.S., Crafford, G. and Matthews, G.B. 2006. Fitting distributions to grouped data using a maximum likelihood approach. South African Statistical Journal, 40(1): 99-122. Dai, X., Page, B.R. and Duffy, K.J. 2006. Indicator value analysis as a group prediction technique in community classification. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 589 - 596. Dankelmann, P.A. 2006. Average distance, minimum degree, and size. Utilitas Mathematica, 69: 233-243. Dankelmann, P.A., Hattingh, J.H., Henning, M.A. and Swart, H.C. 2006. Trees with equal domination and restrained domination numbers. Journal of Global Optimization, 34: 597-607. Dankelmann, P.A., Henning, M.A., Goddard, W.D. and Laskar, R.C. 2006. Simultaneous Graph Parameters: Factor Domination and Factor Total Domination . Discrete Mathematics, 306: 2229--2233. Darroch, M.A.G. and Mushayanyama, T. 2006. Improving working relationships for smallholder farmers in formal organic crop supply chains: Evidence from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Agrekon, 45(3) September: 339-360. Darroch, M.A.G. and Mushayanyama, T. 2006. Smallholder farmers’ perceptions of factors that constrain the competitiveness of a formal organic crop supply chain in KwaZulu-Natal. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, NS 9(4) December: 498-520.

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Davies, G.B. and Brothers, D.J. 2006. Morphology of Scrapter (Hymenoptera: Anthophila: Colletidae), with description of three new species and taxonomic status of five Cockerell taxa. African Invertebrates, 47: 135-183. De Lange, O.L. and Raab, R.E. 2006. On the theory of the Buckingham effect. Molecular Physics, Vol. 14, No. 4: 607--611. De Lange, O.L. and Raab, R.E. 2006. Surprises in the multipole description of macroscopic electrodynamics. American Journal of Physics, Vol. 74, No. 4: 301--312. Debba, P., Carranza, E.J.M., Van Der Meer, F.D. and Stein, A. 2006. Abundance Estimation of Spectrally Similar Minerals by Using Derivative Spectra in Simulated Annealing. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 44(12): 3649-3658. Deenadayalu, N., Ngcongo, K.C., Letcher, T.M. and Ramjugernath, D. 2006. Liquid-Liquid Equilibria for Ternary Mixtures (an Ionic Liquid + Benzene + Heptane or Hexadecane) at T=298.2 K and Atmospheric Pressure. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 51 (3): 988-991. Deenadayalu, N., Thango, S.H., Letcher, T.M. and Ramjugernath, D. 2006. Measurement of activity coefficients at infinite dilution using polar and non-polar solutes in the ionic liquid 1-methyl3-octyl-imidazolium diethyleneglycol-monomethylethersulfate at T=(288.15,198.15 and 313.15)K. Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics, 38: 542 - 546. Del pero, M., Pozzi, L. and Masters, J. 2006. A Composite Molecular phylogeny of Living Lemuroid Primates. Folia Primatologica, 77: 434-445. Delsink, A.K., Van Altena, J.J., Grobler, D., Bertchinger, H., Kirkpatrick, J. and Slotow, R.H. 2006. Regulation of a small, discrete African Elephant population through immunocontraception in the Makalali Conservancy, Limpopo, South Africa. South African Journal of Science, 102: 403-405. Diab, R.D., Muller, E.A. and Matooane, M.M. 2006. Application of Health Risk Assessment models to South African conditions. South African Geographical Journal/ Suid-Afrikaanse Geografiese Tydskrif, 88(2): 159-165. Diosi, L., Konrad, T., Scherer, A. and Audretsch, J. 2006. Coupled Ito equations of continuous quantum state measurement and estimation. Journal of Physics A-Mathematical and General, 39: L575-L581. Dittrich, G., Mitchell, A. and Conlong, D. 2006. Genetic Diversity of Sturmiopsis parasitica Curran (Diptera: Tachinidae). Annales de La Societe Entomologique de France, 42(3-4): 325-329. Djarova, T., Dube, S., Tivchev, G.N. and Chivengo, A. 2006. Nutritional profiles, physical development and daily activities of African children in Zimbabwe with insulin-dependent diabetis mellitus. South African Journal of Science, 102: 4-6. Dorfling, M.J. and Henning, M.A. 2006. A note on power domination in grid graphs. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 154}(6): 1023--1027.

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Dorfling, M.J., Goddard, W.D. and Henning, M.A. 2006. Domination in planar graphs with small diameter II. Ars Combinatoria, 78: 237-255. Dorfling, M.J., Goddard, W.D., Henning, M.A. and Mynhardt, M.C. 2006. Construction of trees and graphs with equal domination parameters. Discrete Mathematics, 306: 2647--2654. Downs, C.T. 2006. Geophagy in the African Olive Pigeon Columba arquatrix. Ostrich, 77(1&2): 40-44. Downs, C.T. 2006. What should make up a final mark for a course? An investigation into the academic performance of first year Bioscience students. Assessment, 31: 345-364. Drewes, S.E., Mudau, K.E., Van Vuuren, S.F. and Viljoen, A.M. 2006. Antimicrobial monomeric and dimeric diterpenes from the leaves of Helichrysum tenax var tenax. Phytochemistry, 67: 716-722. Druce, D.J., Brown, J.S., Castley, G., Kerley, G.I.H., Kotler, B.P., Slotow, R.H. and Knight, M.H. 2006. Scale-dependent Foraging Costs: Habitat Use by Rock Hyraxes (Procavia capensis) Determined using Giving-up Densities. Oikos, 115: 513-525. Druce, H.C., Pretorius, K., Druce, D.J. and Slotow, R.H. 2006. The effect of mature elephant bull introductions on ranging patterns of resident bull’s: Phinda Private Game Reserve, South Africa. Koedoe, 49(2): 77-84. Dubinin, E., Sauer, K. and Mckenzie, J.F. 2006. Nonlinear I-D Statonary flows in multi-ion plasmas-sonic and critical loci-solitary and “oscillatory” waves. Geophysics, 24: 3041-3057. Duncan, G.D. and Edwards, T.J. 2006. Three new species of Lachenalia (Hyacinthaceae: Massonieae) from Western and Northern Cape, South Africa. Bothalia, 36(2): 147-155. Edwards, T.J. 2006. Notes on the Lamiaceae: A new Tetradenia and a new Thorncroftia from South Africa. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 202–204. Eldeen, I.M.S., Elgorashi, E.E., Mulholland, D.A. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Anolignan B: A bioactive compound from the roots of Terminalia sericea. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 103: 135-138. Elgorashi, E.E., Malan, S.F., Stafford, G.I. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Quantitative structure-activity relationship studies on acetylcholinesterase enzyme inhibitory effects of Amaryllidaceae alkaloids. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 224-231. Elgorashi, E.E., Stafford, G.I., Jager, A.K. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Inhibition of [3-H] citalopram binding to the rat brain serotonin transporter by Amaryllidaceae alkaloids. Planta Medica, 72: 470-472. Erwin, D.J. and Harary, F.H. 2006. Destroying automorphisms by fixing nodes. Discrete Mathematics, 306: 3244--3252. Finch, J.M., Samways, M.J., Hill, T.R., Piper, S.E. and Taylor, S. 2006. Application of predictive distribution modelling to invertebrates: Odonata in South Africa. Biodiversity and Conservation, 15: 42394251. Flessas, G.P. and Leach, P.G. 2006. Riemann’s equation and Lie point symmetries. Physica Scripta, 73: 377-383.

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Ford, T.A. 2006. The structures of some trimers of carbon monoxide - An infrared matrix isolation spectroscopic and ab initio molecular orbital study. Spectrochimica Acta Part A-Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 64: 1151-1155.

Goodall, J.M., Zacharias, P.J.K., Olckers, T. and Edwards, T.J. 2006. A contiguous-quadrat sampling exercise in a shrub-invaded grassland patch: size matters but biggest is not best. African Journal of Range and Forage Science, 23(2): 123-130.

Friedrich, H.B. and Singh, N. 2006. A study of poly (4-vinylpyridine)supported ruthenate in the oxidation of alcohols. Catalysis Letters, 110: 61-70.

Gordon-Gray, C.G., Ward, C.J. and Edwards, T.J. 2006. Studies in Cyperaceae in southern Africa 39: Cyperus articulatus L. and Cyperus corymbosus Rottb. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 147--149.

Friedrich, H.B. and Singh, N. 2006. A study of zeolite NaYsupported ruthenate in the oxidation of alcohols. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A-Chemical, 245: 266-271.

Gordon-Gray, C.G., Ward, C.J. and Edwards, T.J. 2006. Studies in Cyperaceae in southern Africa 38: The identities of Cyperus natalensis, Cyperus crassipes and Cyperus brevis. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 133--138.

Friedrich, H.B., Changamu, E.O. and Rademeyer, M. 2006. [u-1kC1:2(C2,C3-n)-Allyl]tetracarbonyl-1k2C,2k2C-(1n5cyclopentadienyl)(2n5-pentamethylcyclopentadienyl) rutheniumiron hexafluorophosphate. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E62: m405-m407. Friedrich, H.B., Govender, N. and Mathebula, B.M. 2006. The effect of voids and dilution on n-hexane oxidation over a VMgO catalyst. Applied Catalysis A-General, 297: 81-89. Frum, Y., Viljoen, A.M. and Drewes, S.E. 2005. In vitro 5-lipoxygenase and anti-oxidant activities of Warburgia salutaris and drimane sesquiterpenes. South African Journal Of Botany, 71: 447449. Gadzwika, L., Lyne, M.C. and Hendriks, S.L. 2006. Collective action in smallholder organic farming: A study of the Ezemvelo Farmers’ Organisation in KwaZulu-Natal. South African Journal of Economics, 74: 344-358. Gaidamashvili, M. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Prostaglandin inhibitory activity by lectin-like proteins from South African medicinal plants exhibit. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 661-663. Gaigher, E., Rogan, J.M. and Braun, M.W.H. 2006. The effect of a structured problem solving strategy on performance in physics in disadvantaged South African schools. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 10(2): 15-26. Gebregiorgis, M.F. and Savage, M.J. 2006. Determination of the timing and amount of irrigation of winter cover crops with the use of dielectric constant and capacitance soil water content profile methods. South African Journal of Plant and Soil, 23: 145-151. Gebregiorgis, M.F. and Savage, M.J. 2006. Field, laboratory and estimated soil-water content limits. Water SA, 32: 155-161. Ghebrehiwot, H.M., Fynn, R.W.S., Morris, C.D. and Kirkman, K.P. 2006. Shoot and root biomass allocation and competitive hierarchies of four South African grass species on light, soil resources and cutting gradients. African Journal of Range and Forage Science, 23: 113122. Ghebremariam, W.K., Ortmann, G.F. and Nsahlai, I.V. 2006. A production function analysis of commercial dairy farms in the Highlands of Eritrea using ridge regression. Agrekon, 45(2): 225-242. Goddard, W.D., Henning, M.A. and Oellermann, O.R. 2006. Hendrika Cornelia Swart. Utilitas Mathematica, 69: 3--11.

Graf, J.A., Gusset, M., Reid, C., Janse Van Rensberg, S., Slotow, R.H. and Somers, M.J. 2006. Evolutionary ecology meets wildlife management: Artificial group augmentation in the re-introduction of endangered African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus). Animal Conservation, 9: 398-403. Graham, M.H. and Haynes, R.J. 2006. Organic matter status and the size, activity and metabolic diversity of soil microbial community in the row and inter-row of sugarcane under burning and trash retention. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 38: 21-31. Greathead, D., Lovell, S.J., Barraclough, D., Slotow, R.H., Hamer, M.L. and Herbert, D.G. 2006. An ecological and conservation assessment of the fauna of Bombyliidae (Diptera) occuring in the Mkhuze, Phinda and False Bay Reserves, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. African Invertebrates, 47: 185-206. Green, A.N., Garland, G.G. and Uken, R. 2006. Geomorphological and managerial implications of fish trapping in the Kosi Bay Estuary, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. African Journal of Marine Science, 28: 617-624. Green, J.M. and Zwebe, D. 2006. From SHS to grid electricity in low-income rural households. Journal of Energy in Southern Africa, 17(2): 10-16. Green, J.M., Lukangu, G., Worth, S.H. and Greenfield, P.L. 2006. Use of wealth ranking to analyse factors influencing small holder farmers’ market participation in northern Mozambique. Development Southern Africa, 23 (5): 669-683. Griffin, E.M., Kurihara, J., Kauristie, K., Ogawa, Y., Kosch, M., Aruliah, A., Kavanagh, A.J., Mcwhirter, I., Senior, A., Ford, E., Davis, C. and Abe, T. 2006. Combined ground-based optical support for the aurora (DELTA) sounding rocket campaign. Earth Planets and Space, 58: 1113-1121. Griffiths, M.E. and Lawes, M.J. 2006. Biogeographic, environmental, and phylogenetic influences on subtropical forest trees in South Africa. Ecography, 29: 614-622. Griffiths, M.E. and Lawes, M.J. 2006. Scarification and maternal plant effects on seedling emergence in Ziziphus mucronata (Rhamnaceae). African Journal of Ecology, 44: 273-276. Gunnlaugsson, H.P., Bharuth-Ram, K., Dietrich, M., Fanciulli, M., Fynbo, H. and Weyer, G. 2006. Formation of Fe(i)-B pairs in silicon at high temperatures. Hyperfine Interactions, 169: 1315 - 1318.

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Gunnlaugsson, H.P., Bharuth-Ram, K., Dietrich, M., Fanciulli, M., Fynbo, H. and Weyer, G. 2006. Identification of substitutional and interstitial Fe in 6H-SiC. Hyperfine Interactions, 169: 1319 - 1323.

Motherwell, W.D.S. 2006. Pamoic acid determined from powder diffraction data. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E62: o1170-o1172.

Gusset, M., Slotow, R.H. and Somers, M.J. 2006. Divided we fail: The importance of social integration for the re-introduction of endangered African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus). Journal of Zoology, 270: 502-511.

Haynes, T.W. and Henning, M.A. 2006. Private Dominated Trees . Ars Combinatoria, 80: 11--18.

Gustavsson, B., Leyser, T.B., Kosch, M., Rietveld, M.T., Steen, A., Brandstrom, U. and Aso, T. 2006. Electron gyroharmonic effects in ionization and electron acceleration during High Frequency pumping in the ionosphere. Physical Review Letters, 97(195002): doi:10.1103/ PhysRevLett.97.195002. Gutev, V.G. 2006. Approaching points by continuous selections. Journal of the Mathematical Society of Japan, 58(4): 1203--1210. Gutev, V.G., Ohta, H.O. and Yamazaki, K.Y. 2006. Extensions by means of expansions and selections. Set-Valued Analysis, 14: 69-104.

Haynes, T.W. and Henning, M.A. 2006. Trees with large paireddomination number. Utilitas Mathematica, 71: 3--12. Haynes, T.W., Henning, M.A. and Howard, J. 2006. Locating and total dominating sets in trees. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 154}(8): 1293--1300. Helgason, O., Berry, F.J., Moyo, T. and Ren, X. 2006. Tin-doped spinel-related oxides of Composition M3O4 (M=Mn, Fe, Co). Hyperfine Interactions, 168(1-3): 1165-1169. Hellberg, M.A., Mace, R.L. and Cattaert, T. 2006. Effects of superthermal particles on waves in magnetized space plasmas. Space Science Reviews, 121: 127-139.

Hadebe, S.W. and Robinson, R.S. 2006. Microwave mediated rhodium-catalysed hydroboration of trans-4-octene with pinacolborane. Tetrahedron Letters, 47(8): 1299-1302.

Hellberg, M.A., Verheest, F. and Cattaert, T. 2006. Existence domains for nonlinear structures in complex two-ion-temperature plasmas. Journal of Physics A-Mathematical and General, 39: 31373146.

Hadebe, S.W. and Robinson, R.S. 2006. Rhodium-catalysed hydroboration reactions with sulfur and nitrogen analogues of catecholborane. European Journal of Organic Chemistry, 21: 48984904.

Henley, S.R. and Ward, D.M. 2006. An evaluation of diet quality in two desert ungulates exposed to hyper-arid conditions. African Journal of Range and Forage Science, 23(3): 185-190.

Hajari, E., Watt, M.P.M.C., Mycock, D.J. and Mcalister, B.G. 2006. Plant regeneration from induced callus of improved Eucalyptus clones. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 195-201. Hamdouni, Y., Fannes, M. and Petruccione, F. 2006. Exact dynamics of a two-qubit system in a spin star environment. Physical Review B, 73: 245323 (12). Hansraj, S. and Maharaj, S.D. 2006. Charged analogue of FinchSkea stars. International Journal of Modern Physics D, 15: 13111327. Hart, R.C. 2006. Food web (bio-) manipulation of South African reservoirs - viable eutrophication management prospect or illusory pipe dream? A reflective commentary and position paper. Water SA, 32 (4): 567-575. Hart, R.C. 2006. Phytoplankton dynamics and periodicity in two cascading warm-water reservoirs from 1989 to 1997 - taxonomic and functional (C-S-R) patterns, and determining factors. Water SA, 32 (1): 81-92. Havnes, O., Rietveld, M.T., Rubin-zuzic, M., Sigernes, F., Lahoz, C., Aylward, A.D., Belova, E., Hartquist, T.W., Kosch, M., Morfill, G.E., Jones, G.O.L. and Naesheim, L.I. 2006. Observations of the overshoot effect during the 2004 EISCAT PMSE campaign. Advances in Space Research, 38: 2344-2352. Haynes, D.A., Jones, W. and Motherwell, W.D.S. 2006. Cocrystallisation of succinic and fumaric acids with lutidines: a systematic study. Crystengcomm, 8: 830-840. Haynes, D.A., Van De Streek, J., Burley, J.C., Jones, W. and

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Henning, M.A. 2006. On the signed total domatic number of a graph. Ars Combinatoria, 79: 277--288. Henning, M.A. 2006. Trees with equal total domination and paireddomination numbers. Utilitas Mathematica, 69: 207--218. Henning, M.A. and Maritz, J.E. 2006. Simultaneous stratification and domination in graphs with minimum degree two. Quaestiones Mathematicae, 29: 313--328. Henning, M.A. and Maritz, J.E. 2006. Stratification and domination in prisms. Ars Combinatoria, 81: 343-358. Henning, M.A. and Yeo, Y. 2006. Total domination and matching numbers in claw-free graphs. . Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, 13: #59. Herbert, D.G. 2006. Rediscovery of the type species of Euonyma (Subulinidae) and observations on South African species of Gulella (Streptaxidae), with description of two new species (Gastropoda: Eupulmonata). Journal of Natural History, 40(17-18): 1063-1081. Hey, J.D. 2006. On the determination of radial matrix elements for high-n transitions in hydrogenic atoms and ions. Journal of Physics B-Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics, 39: 2641-2664. Hill, T.R., Nel, E.L. and Trotter, D. 2006. Small scale, nature-based tourism as a pro-poor development intervention: Two examples in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 27(2): 163-175. Holma, H., Kaila, K., Kosch, M. and Rietveld, M.T. 2006. Recognizing the blue emission in artificial aurora. Advances in Space Research, 38: 2653-2658.

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Hsieh, A. and Raftery, J.G. 2006. A finite model property for RMImin. Mathematical Logic Quarterly, 52(6): 602-612. Hughes, M., Macmaster, G., Moller, M., Bellstedt, D.U. and Edwards, T.J. 2006. Breeding system of a plesiomorphic floral type: an investigation of small flowered Streptocarpus (Gesneriaceae) species. . Plant Systematics and Evolution, 262: 13–24. Ivanova, M.V., Novak, O., Strnad, M. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Endogenous cytokinins in shoots of Aloe polyphylla cultured in vitro in relation to hyperhydricity, exogenous cytokinins and gelling agents. Plant Growth Regulation, 50: 219-230. Jackson, S.A.F., Rodda, N.H. and Salukazana, L.P. 2006. Microbiological Assessment of Food Crops Irrigated with Domestic Greywater. Water SA, 32 (5): 700-704.

Johnson, S.D., Hargreaves, A.L. and Brown, M. 2006. Dark bittertasting nectar functions as a filter of flower visitors in a bird pollinated plant. Ecology, 87(11): 2709-2716. Jonnalagadda, S.B., Kindness, A. and Chunilall, V. 2006. Effect of Coal mine soil contamination on the elemental uptake and distribution in two edible Amaranthus species, A. dubius and A.hybridus. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part B-Pesticides Food Contaminants and Agricultural Wastes, 41: 747-764. Jonnalagadda, S.B., Pienaar, D.H. and Haripersad, K. 2006. Elemental distribution in selected Agaricus and Rhizina mushrooms in South Africa. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A-Toxic/Hazardous Substances & Environmental Engineering, 41(2): 507-514.

Jaganyi, D. and Mzinyati, A.B. 2006. An 11B NMR Spectroscopy investigation of the mechanistic of the Reduction of Nitriles by BH3. SMe2. Polyhedron, 25: 2730-2736.

Jourdan, F., Feraud, G., Bertrand, H., Watkeys, M.K., Le Gall, B. and Kampunzu, A.B. 2006. Basement control on dyke distribution in Large Igneous Provinces: Case study of the Karoo triple junction. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 214: 307-322.

Jaganyi, D., Munisamy, V.M. and Reddy, D. 2006. Role of bridging diamine linkers on the rate of ligand substitution in a series of dinuclear Pt-II complexes. International Journal of Chemical Kinetics, 38: 202-210.

Kamdem, A., Coombes, P.H., Mulholland, D.A., Nkengfack, A.E. and Fomum, Z.T. 2006. Flavones and isoflavones from the West African Fabaceae Erythrina vogelii. Phytochemistry, 67: 459-463.

Jaganyi, D., Tiba, F., Munro, O.Q., Petrovic, B. and Bugarcic, Z.D. 2006. Kinetic and mechanistic study on the reactions of [Pt(bpma) (H2O)]2+ and [Pd(bpma)(H2O)]2+ with some nucleophiles. Crystal structure of [Pd(bpma)(py)](ClO4)2. Dalton Transactions, 24: 29432949. Jain, N. and Van Staden, J. 2006. A smoke-derived butenolide improves early growth of tomato seedlings. Plant Growth Regulation, 50: 139-148. Jain, N., Kulkarni, M.G. and Van Staden, J. 2006. A butenolide isolated from smoke, can overcome the detrimental effects of extreme temperatures during tomato seed germination. Plant Growth Regulation, 49: 263-267. Jaschhof, M. and Mostovski, M.B. 2006. First record of Manota (Diptera: Mycetophilidae: Manotinae) from southern Africa, with the description of two new species. African Invertebrates, 47: 237 - 242. Jersakova, J. and Johnson, S.D. 2006. Lack of floral nectar reduces self-pollination in a fly-pollinated orchid. Oecologia, 147: 60-68. Jersakova, J., Johnson, S.D. and Kindlmann, P. 2006. Mechanisms and evolution of deceptive pollination in orchids. Biological Reviews, 81: 219-235. John, A.J. and Maharaj, S.D. 2006. An exact isotropic solution. Nuovo Cimento Della Societa Italiana Di Fisica B-General Physics Relativity Astronomy and Mathematical Physics and Methods, 121: 27-33. Johnson, S.D. 2006. Pollination by long-proboscid flies in the endangered African orchid Disa scullyi. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 24-27.

Kamdem, A., Mulholland, D.A., Wansi, J.D., Mbaze, L.M., Powo, R., Mpondo, T.N., Fomum, Z.T., Konig, W. and Nkengfack, A.E. 2006. Afzeliixanthones A and B, Two New Prenylated Xanthones from Garcinia afzelii Engl.(guttiferae). Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin, 54(4): 448-451. Katjiua, M.L.J. and Ward, D.M. 2006. Cattle diet selection during the hot-dry season in a semi-arid region of Namibia. African Journal of Range and Forage Science, 23(1): 59-67. Katjiua, M.L.J. and Ward, D.M. 2006. Pastoralists’ perceptions and realities of vegetation change and browse consumption in the northern Kalahari, Namibia. Journal of Arid Environments, 69: 716730. Katjiua, M.L.J. and Ward, D.M. 2006. Resistance and Tolerance of Terminalia sericea Trees to Simulated Herbivore Damage Under Different Soil Nutrient and Moisture Conditions. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 32: 1431-1443. Kepczynski, J., Bialecka, B., Light, M.E. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Regulation of Avena fatua seed germination by smoke solutions, gibberellin A3 and ethylene. Plant Growth Regulation, 49: 9-16. Key, J.D., Moori, J. and Rodrigues, B.G. 2006. Binary codes from graphs on triples and permutation decoding. Ars Combinatoria, 79: 11-19. Kim, T. and Xu, H.K. 2006. Strong convergence of modified Mann iterations for asymptotically nonexpansive mappings and semigroups. Nonlinear Analysis-Theory Methods & Applications, 64: 1140-1152. King, H.A. and Perrin, M.R. 2006. Randomly Amplified Polymorphic DNA tests (RAPDs) cannot be used for paternity testing in South African cranes. Ostrich, 77 (1&2): 90-94.

Johnson, S.D. and Morita, S. 2006. Lying to Pinocchio: floral deception in an orchid pollinated by long-proboscid flies. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 152: 271-278.

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Kioko, J.I., Berjak, P. and Pammenter, N.W. 2006. Viability and ultrastructural responses of seeds and embryonic axes of Trichilia emetica to different dehydration and storage conditions. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 167-176. Klausen, M.B. 2006. Similar dyke thickness variation across three volcanic rifts in the North Atlantic region: Implications for intrusion mechanisms. Lithos, 92: 137-153. Knapp, A.K., Burns, C.E., Fynn, R.W.S., Kirkman, K.P., Morris, C.D. and Smith, M.D. 2006. Convergence and contingency in production-precipitation relationships in North American and South African C4 grasslands. Oecologia, 149: 456-464. Kokorowski, M., Lin, R.P., Mccarthy, M.P., Millan, R.M., Moraal, H., O’Brien, T.P., Parks, G.K., Pulupa, M., Reddell, B.D., Smith, D.M., Stoker, P.H., Sample, J.G., Woodger, L., Holzworth, R.H., Bering, E.A., Bale, S.D., Blake, J.B., Collier, A.B., Hughes, A.R.W. and Lay, E. 2006. Rapid fluctuations of stratospheric electric field following a solar energetic particle event. Geophysical Research Letters, 33: 1-6. Konrad, T., Nock, M., Scherer, A. and Audretsch, J. 2006. Production of heralded pure single photons from imperfect sources using cross-phase-modulation. Physical Review A, 74: 032331. Konrad, T., Scherer, A., Nock, M. and Audretsch, J. 2006. Heralded Single-Photon Generation Using Imperfect Single-Photon Sources and Two-Photon Absorbing medium. Physical Review A, 73: 032327. Koorbanally, C., Crouch, N.R., Langlois, A., Du Toit, K. and Mulholland, D.A. 2006. Homoisoflavanones and spirocyclic nortriterpenoids from three Eucomis species: E.Comosa, E.schijffii, and E. pallidiflora subsp. pole-evansii (Hyacinthaceae). South African Journal of Botany, 72: 428-433. Koorbanally, C., Mulholland, D.A. and Crouch, N.R. 2006. Norlignans and homoisoflavanones from two South African Drimiopsis species (Hyacinthaceae: Hyacinthoideae). Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 34: 588-592. Koorbanally, N.A., Crouch, N.R., Harilal, A., Pillay, B. and Mulholland, D.A. 2006. Coincident isolation of a novel homoisoflavonoid from Resnova humifusa and Eucomis montana (Hyacinthoideae: Hyacinthaceae). Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 34: 114-118. Kotze, D.C. 2006. Impact of land use on vegetation composition, diversity, and selected soil properties of wetlands in the southern Drakensberg mountains, South Africa. Wetlands Ecology and Managment, 14: 329-348. Kraaij, T. and Ward, D.M. 2006. Effects of rain, nitrogen, fire and grazing on tree recruitment and early survival in bush-encroached savanna, South Africa. Plant Ecology, 186: 235-246. Kruger, H.G. and Mdluli, P.S. 2006. Regioselective Protection of Hydantoins – Essential for Hydantoin based Anti-epileptic Drugs. Structural Chemistry, 17(1).: 121. Kruger, H.G. and Ramdhani, R. 2006. NMR analysis of some pentacycloundecanedione derivatives. South African Journal of

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Lawes, M.J., Midgley, J.J., Boudreau, S. and Griffiths, M.E. 2006. Lack of disturbance as an explanation for the additive basal area phenomenon in a stratified Afrotemperate forest. Austral Ecology, 31: 471-477. Leach, P.G. 2006. ‘Air’ polynomials, Lie point symmetries and a hyperbolic equation. Journal of Physics A-Mathematical and General, 39: 5037-5052. Leach, P.G. 2006. Heat polynomials and Lie point symmetries. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 322: 288-297. Leach, P.G. and Miritzis, G. 2006. Analytic behaviour of competition among three species. Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics, 13: 535-548. Leclair De Bellevue, J., Rechou, A., Baray, J.L., Ancellet, G. and Diab, R.D. 2006. Signatures of stratosphere to troposphere transport near deep convective events in the southern subtropics. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 111: doi:10.1029/2005JD006947. Lewis, P.D. 2006. A review of lighting for broiler breeders. British Poultry Science, 47(4): 393-404. Lewis, P.D. and Gous, R.M. 2006. Abrupt or gradual increases in photoperiod for broiler breeders. South African Journal of Animal Science, 36(1): 45-49. Lewis, P.D. and Gous, R.M. 2006. Constant and changing photoperiods in the laying period for broiler breeders allows normal or accelerated growth during the rearing period. Poultry Science, 85: 321 - 325. Lewis, P.D. and Gous, R.M. 2006. Effect of final photoperiod and 20-week body weight on sexual maturity and egg production in broiler breeders. Poultry Science, 85: 377-383. Lewis, P.D. and Gous, R.M. 2006. Various photoperiods and Biomittent lighting during rearing for broiler breeders subsequently transferred to open-sided housing at 20 weeks. British Poultry Science, 47(1): 24 - 29. Lewis, P.D., Middleton, B.A. and Gous, R.M. 2006. Exogenous melatonin modifies rate of sexual maturation in domestic pullets. Poultry Science, 85: 117 - 122. Lin, J. and Puckree, T. 2006. Does exposure to Bagasse alter lung function. Respiratory Research, 1(1): 30-35. Lin, M., Tapamo, J. and Ndovie, B. 2006. A Texture-based Method for Document Segmentation and Classification. South African Computer Journal, 36: 49-56. Lindsey, K.L., Budesinsky, M., Kohout, L. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Antibacterial activity of maytenonic acid isolated from the rootbark of Maytenus senegalensis. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 473-477. Lindsey, K.L., Matu, E.N. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Antibacterial activity of extracts from in vitro grown Maytenus senegalensis root cultures. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 310-312.

Linn, I.J., Perrin, M.R. and Bodbijl, T. 2006. Movements and home range of the gaboon adder, Bitis gabonica gabonica, in Zululand, South Africa. African Zoology, 41(2): 252-265. Londt, J. 2006. A review of the Afrotropical genus Rhabdogaster Loew, 1858 with descriptions of new species (Diptera: Asilidae: Stenopogoninae). African Invertebrates, 47: 243-313. Londt, J. 2006. Predation by Afrotropical Asilidae (Diptera): an analysis of 2000 prey records. African Entomology, 14(2): 317-328. Lovegrove, B.G. 2006. The power of fitness in mammals: Perspectives from the African slipstream. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 79: 224-236. Lukangu, G. and Savage, M.J. 2006. Calibration of a frequencydomain reflectometer for determining soil water content in a clay loam soil. Water SA, 32: 37-42. Lyne, M.C. and Ferrer, S.R.D. 2006. Farmland transfers in KwaZuluNatal, 1997-2003: A focus on land redistribution including restitution. Agrekon, 45: 261-278. Machner, H., Sellschop, J.P.F., Smit, F.D., Spoelstra, B., Steyn, D., Aschman, D.G., Bharuth-Ram, K., Carter, J., Cowley, A.A., Goldenbaum, F., Nangu, B.M., Pilcher, J.V. and Sideras-Haddad, E. 2006. Isotopic production cross sections in proton-nucleus collisions at 200 MeV.. Physical Review C, 73: 044606-1-12. Mackey, R.L., Page, B.R., Duffy, K.J. and Slotow, R.H. 2006. Modelling elephant population growth in small, fenced, South African reserves. South African Journal of Wildlife Research, 36: 33-43. Maharaj, A. and Leach, P.G. 2006. Properties of the dominant behaviour of quadratic systems. Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics, 13: 129-144. Maharaj, S.D. and Chaisi, M. 2006. Equation of state for anisotropic spheres. General Relativity and Gravitation, 38: 1723-1726. Maharaj, S.D. and Chaisi, M. 2006. New anisotropic models from isotropic solutions. Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences, 29: 67-83. Maharaj, S.D. and Thirukkanesh, S. 2006. Generating potentials via difference equations. Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences, 29: 1943-1952. Maharaj, S.K., Pillay, S.R., Bharuthram, R., Reddy, R.V., Singh, S.V. and Lakhina, G.S. 2006. Arbitrary amplitude dust-acoustic double layers in a non-thermal plasma. Journal of Plasma Physics, 72(1): 43-58. Makunga, N.P., Jager, A.K. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Improved in vitro rooting and hyperhydricity in regenerating tissues of Thapsia garganica L. Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture, 86: 77-86. Malabadi, R.B. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Cold-enhanced somatic embryogenesis in Pinus patula is mediated by calcium. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 613-618. Malabadi, R.B., Hills, P.N. and Van Staden, J. 2006. RAPD assessment of clonal identity of somatic seedlings derived from vegetative shoot apices of mature Pinus patula trees. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 181-183.

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Manik, S., Maharaj, B. and Sookrajh, R. 2006. Globalisation and Transnational Teachers: South African Teacher Migration to the UK. Migracijske I Etnicke Teme, 22: 15-33.

Mccormick, A.J., Cramer, M.D. and Watt, D.A. 2006. Sink strength regulates photosynthesis in sugarcane. New Phytologist, 171: 759770.

Maniscalco, S. and Petruccione, F. 2006. Non-Markovian dynamics of a qubit. Physical Review A, 73: 012111 (8).

McCourt, S., Armstrong, R.A., Grantham, G.H. and Thomas, R.J. 2006. Geology and Evolution of the Natal Belt, South Africa. Journal of African Earth Sciences, 46: 71-92.

Maraj, S., Rodda, N.H., Jackson, S.A.F., Buckley, C.A. and Macleod, N. 2006. Microbial Deterioration of Stored Water for Users Supplied by Stand-pipes and Ground-tanks in a Peri-urban Community . Water SA, 32 (5) special edition: 693-699.

McCourt, S., Hanson, R.E. and Key, R.M. 2006. Mesoproterozoic Orogenic Belts in southern and central Africa. Journal of African Earth Sciences, 46: v-xi.

Maree, K., Aldous, C.M. and Hattingh, A. 2006. Predictors of learner performance in mathematics and science according to a large scale study in Mpumalanga. South African Journal of Education, 26: 229-252.

McKechnie, A.E., Kortner, G. and Lovegrove, B.G. 2006. Thermoregulation under semi-natural conditions in speckled mousebirds: the role of communal roosting. African Zoology, 41: 155-163.

Mariah, L., Buckley, C.A., Brouckaert, C.J., Curcio, D.E., Drioli, E., Jaganyi, D. and Ramjugernath, D. 2006. Membrane Distillation of Concentrated Brines - Role of Water Activities in the Evaluation of Driving Force. Journal of Membrane Science, 280: 937-947.

McKenzie, J.F. 2006. Wave dynamics of an electrojet: generalized Farley-Buneman instability. Journal of Plasma Physics, doi 10.1017: 1-13.

Marino, G. and Xu, H.K. 2006. A general iterative method for nonexpansive mappings in Hilbert spaces. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 318: 43-52.

McMaster, M.K. and Downs, C.T. 2006. Does seasonal and behavioral differences in the use of refuges by the leopard tortoise (Geochelone pardalis) favour passive thermoregulation? Herpetologica, 62: 37-46.

Martinez-Yanes, C. and Xu, H.K. 2006. Strong convergence of the CQ method for fixed point iteration processes. Nonlinear AnalysisTheory Methods & Applications, 64: 2400-2411.

McMaster, M.K. and Downs, C.T. 2006. Population structure and density of Leopard Tortoises (Geochelone pardalis) on farmland in the Nama-Karoo. Journal of Herpetology, 40: 495-502.

Masters, J., Boniotto, M., Crovella, S., Roos, C., Pozzi, L. and Delpero, M. 2006. Phylogenetic Relationships Among the Lorisoidea as indicated by Craiodental Morphology and Mitochondrial Sequence Data. American Journal of Primatology, 69: 6-15.

McMurtry, D., Edwards, T.J. and Bytebier, B. 2006. A new species of Disa (Orchidaceae) from Mpumalanga, South Africa. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 551â&#x20AC;&#x201C;554.

Masters, J., De wit, M.J. and Asher, R.J. 2006. Reconciling the Origins of Africa, India and Madagasar with Vertebrate Dispersal Scenarios. Folia Primatologica, 77: 399-418. Masters, J., Lovegrove, B.G. and De Wit, M.J. 2006. Eyes wide shut: Can hypometabolism really explain the primate colonization of Madagascar?. Journal of Biogeography, 34: 21-37. Mathura, S., Fossey, A. and Beck, S.L. 2006. Comparative study of chlorophyll content in diploid and tetraploid black wattle (Acacia mearnsii). Forestry, 79(4): 381-388. Matlou, M.C. and Haynes, R.J. 2006. Soluble organic matter and microbial biomass C and N in soils under pasture and arable management and the leaching of organic C, and N and nitrate in a lysimeter study. Applied Soil Ecology, 34: 160-167. Matu, E.N., Lindsey, K.L. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Micropropagation of Maytenus senegalensis (Lam.) Excell. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 409-415. Mbatha, K. and Ward, D.M. 2006. Determining spatial and temporal variability in quantity and quality of vegetation for estimating the predictable sustainable stocking rate in the semi-arid savanna. African Journal of Range and Forage Science, 23(2): 131-145. Mbatha, K. and Ward, D.M. 2006. Using faecal profiling to assess the effects of different management types on diet quality in semi-arid Savanna. African Journal of Range and Forage Science, 23(1): 29-38.

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Misheer, N., Kindness, A. and Jonnalagadda, S.B. 2006. Elemental distribution in seaweed, Gelidium abbottiorum along the KwaZuluNatal coast. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A-Toxic/Hazardous Substances & Environmental Engineering, 41(8): 1639-1653. Misheer, N., Kindness, A. and Jonnalagadda, S.B. 2006. Elemental uptake by seaweed, Plocamium corallorhirza along the KwaZulu-Natal coast of Indian Ocean, South Africa. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part B-Pesticides Food Contaminants and Agricultural Wastes, 41: 1037-1048. Misheer, N., Kindness, A. and Jonnalagadda, S.B. 2006. Elemental distribution in seaweed, Gelidium abbottiorum along the KwaZuluNatal coast. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A-Toxic/Hazardous Substances & Environmental Engineering, 41(8): 1639-1653. Misheer, N., Kindness, A. and Jonnalagadda, S.B. 2006. Seaweeds along KwaZulu-Natal coast of South Africa-4: Elemental uptake by edible seaweed Caulerpa racemosa (sea grapes) and the arsenic speciation. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A-Toxic/Hazardous Substances & Environmental Engineering, 41: 1217-1233. Mohammed, M.A., Ortmann, G.F. and Ferrer, S.R.D. 2006. Risk management strategies on small-scale commercial farms in three zobatat of Eritrea. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, NS 9(4): 521-536.

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Mohammed, M.A., Ortmann, G.F. and Ferrer, S.R.D. 2006. Sources and perceptions of risk among small-scale commercial farmers in three zobatat of Eritrea. Africa Insight, 36(3&4): 229-248.

Myeni, S.M. and Leach, P.G. 2006. Nonlocal symmetries and the complete symmetry group of 1 + 1 evolution equations. Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics, 13: 377-392.

Moodley, M. and Hughes, J.C. 2006. The effects of a polyacrylamide-derived water treatment residue on the hydraulic conductivity, water retention and evaporation of four contrasting South African soils and implications for land disposal. Water Science and Technology, 54: 227-234.

Mzilikazi, N. and Lovegrove, B.G. 2006. Noradrenalin induces thermogenesis in a phylogenetically ancient eutherian mammal, the rock elephant shrew, Elephantulus myurus. Journal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic and Environmentalphysiology, 176: 75-84.

Moodley, N., Crouch, N.R., Mulholland, D.A., Slade, D. and Ferreira, D. 2006. 3-Benzyl-4-chromanones (homoisoflavanones) from bulbs of the ethnomedicinal geophyte Ledebouria revoluta (Hyacinthaceae). South African Journal of Botany, 72(4): 517-520.

Mzilikazi, N., Masters, J. and Lovegrove, B.G. 2006. Lack of torpor in free-ranging southern lesser galagos, Galago moholi: ecological and physiological considerations. Folia Primatologica, 77: 465-476.

Moori, J. and Zimba, K. 2006. Fischer-Clifford matrices of B(2,n) . Quaestiones Mathematicae, 29: 9--37. Moustakas, A., Guenther, M., Wiegand, K., Mueller, K., Ward, D.M., Meyer, K.M. and Jeltsch, F. 2006. Long-term mortality patterns of the deep-rooted Acacia erioloba: The middle class shall die!. Journal of Vegetation Science, 17: 473-480. Mukherjee, M., Watt, D.A. and Berjak, P. 2006. Molecular detection and diagnosis of fungal contaminants of recalcitrant seeds of Quercus robur L. acorns as a model system. Seed Science and Technology, 34: 415-427. Mukherjee, S., Paul, B.C., Dadhich, N.K., Maharaj, S.D. and Beesham, A. 2006. Emergent universe with exotic matter. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 23: 6927-6933. Mulholland, D.A., Crouch, N.R., Koorbanally, C., Moodley, N. and Pohl, T.L. 2006. Infraspecific chemical variation in Scilla Zebrina (Hyacinthaceae). Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 34: 251-255. Mulholland, D.A., Langlois, A., Randrianarivelojosia, M., Derat, E. and Nuzillard, J.-.M. 2006. The structural elucidation of a novel iridoid derivative from Tachiadenus longiflorus (Gentianaceae) using the LSD programme and quantum chemical computations. Phytochemical Analysis, 17: 87-90. Mulholland, D.A., Mcfarland, K. and Randrianarivelojosia, M. 2006. Sesquitepenoid derivatives from Cipadessa boivinina (Meliaceae). Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 34: 365-369. Munro, O.Q., Du Toit, K., Drewes, S.E., Crouch, N.R. and Mulholland, D.A. 2006. Experimental and theoretical studies of a naturally occurring non-oligomeric steroidal supramolecular zipperw. New Journal of Chemistry, 30(2): 197-207. Munro, O.Q., Joubert, S.D. and Grimmer, C.D. 2006. Molecular recognition: Preorganization of a bis(pyrrole) Schiff base derivative for tight dimerization by hydrogen bonding. Chemistry-A European Journal, 12(31): 7987-7999. Mutanga, O. and Rugege, D. 2006. Integrating remote sensing and spatial statistics to model herbaceous biomass distribution in a tropical savanna. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 27(16): 3499-3514. Mwabvu, T. 2006. Spirostreptid millipedes (Diplopoda, Spirostreptida) of urban and peri-urban habitats in Zimbabwe. African Journal of Ecology, 00711.x: 1-4.

Naidoo, G. 2006. Factors contributing to dwarfing in the mangrove Avicennia marina. Annals of Botany, 97: 1095-1101. Naidoo, G. and Kift, J. 2006. Responses of the saltmarsh rush Juncus kraussii to salinity and waterlogging. Aquatic Botany, 84: 217 - 225. Naidu, N., Govender, M. and Govinder, K.S. 2006. Thermal evolution of a radiating anisotropic star with shear. International Journal of Modern Physics D, 15: 1053--1066. Nangammbi, T.C. and Herbert, D.G. 2006. Two new species of Tricolia Risso, 1826, from South Africa (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Phasianellidae). African Invertebrates, 47: 11-22. Naramabuye, F. and Haynes, R.J. 2006. Effect of organic amendments on soil pH and Al solubility and use of laboratory indices to predict their liming effect. Soil Science, 171: 754-763. Naramabuye, F. and Haynes, R.J. 2006. Short-term effects of three animal manures on soil pH and Al solubility. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 44: 515-521. Ndithia, H. and Perrin, M.R. 2006. Diet and foraging behaviour of the Rosy-faced Lovebird Agapornis roseicollis in Namibia. Ostrich, 77(1&2): 45-51. Ndithia, H. and Perrin, M.R. 2006. The spatial ecology of the Rosyfaced Lovebird Agapornis roseicollis in Namibia. Ostrich, 77(1&2): 52-57. Ndlela, R.N., Green, J.M. and Reddy, P.S. 2006. From traditional courts to traditional administration centres: A review of the Kwazulu Natal experiences. Politeia, 25(3): 235-236. Ndlovu, P.C. and Rosenberger, J.L. 2006. Parameter robust designs for immunoassays: An Elisa example. South African Statistical Journal, 40: 55-73. Neal, M. and Ellery, W.N. 2006. Plant community and landscape patterns of a floodplain wetland in Maputaland, Northern KwaZuluNatal, South Africa. African Journal of Ecology, 2006: 1-9. Nonis, M. and Gous, R.M. 2006. Utilisation of synthetic amino acids by broiler breeder hens. South African Journal of Animal Science, 36(2): 126 - 134. North, D.E. and Zewotir, T. 2006. Teaching Statistics to social science students: Making it valuable. South African Journal of Higher Education, 20(4): 503 - 514.

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Nsabimana, A. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Ploidy investigation of bananas (Musa spp.) from the National Banana Germplasm Collection at Rubona - Rwanda by flow cytometry. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 302-305.

Owen-smith, N., Kerley, G.I.H., Page, B.R., Slotow, R.H. and Van Aarde, R.J. 2006. A scientific perspective on the management of elephants in the Kruger National Park and elsewhere. South African Journal of Science, 102: 389-394.

Nxumalo, L.M., Ngidi, E.K. and Ford, T.A. 2006. The structures of some dimers of carbon monoxide - an infrared matrix isolation spectroscopic and ab initio molecular orbital study. Journal of Molecular Structure, 786: 168-174.

Oyama, I., Watkins, B., Djuth, F., Kosch, M., Bernhardt, P. and Heinselman, C. 2006. Persistent enhancement of the HF pumpinduced plasma line measured with a UHF diagnostic radar at HAARP. Journal of Geophysical Research-Space Physics, 11(A06309): doi:10.1029/2005JA011363.

Ochuodho, J.O. and Modi, A.T. 2006. Statistical evaluation of the germination of Cleome gynandra L. seeds. South African Journal of Plant and Soil, 23(4): 310-315. Ochuodho, J.O., Modi, A.T. and Beukes, M. 2006. Accumulation of seed storage proteins in Cleome gynandra L. and Brassika kaber L. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 238-244. Oelofse, C.G., Scott, D., Oelofse, G. and Houghton, J.A. 2006. Shifts within ecological modernization in South Africa: Deliberation, innovation and institutional opportunities. Local Environment, 11 (1): 61-78. Ogulu, A. 2006. Effect of heat generation on low Reynolds number fluid and mass transport in a single lymphatic blood vessel with uniform magnetic field. International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 33: 790 - 799.

Page, J.A., Ebersohn, L. and Rogan, J.M. 2006. The impact of an HIV/AIDS module on the knowledge and attitudes of Grade 11 Biology learners. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 10(1): 103-114. Pain, D.J., Primot, P., Rouys, S., Saoumoe, M., Symes, C.T., Tamungang, S.A., Theuerkauf, J., Villafuerte, D., Verfailles, L., Widmann, P., Widmann, I.D., Martins, T.L.F., Boussekey, M., Diaz, S.H., Downs, C.T., Ekstrom, M.M., Garnett, S., Gilardi, J.D. and Mcniven, D. 2006. Impact of protection on nest take and nesting success of parrots in Africa, Asia and Australasia. Animal Conservation, 9: 332-330.

Ogulu, A. and Prakash, J. 2006. Heat transfer to unsteady magnetohydrodynamic flow past an infinite vertical moving plate with variable suction. Physica Scripta, 74(2): 232 - 238.

Pantoja, E., Navarro-Ranninger, C.N., Reedijk, J., Gallipoli, A., Van zutphen, S., Komeda, S., Reddy, D., Jaganyi, D., Lutz, M., Tooke, D.M. and Spek, A.L. 2006. Three new asymmetric transamine(azole)dichloridoplatinum complexes that overcome cisplatin resistance and their reactions with 5 ‘-GMP. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 100: 1955-1964.

O’Hara, J.G., Pillay, P. and Xu, H.K. 2006. Iterative approaches to convex feasibility problems in Banach spaces. Nonlinear AnalysisTheory Methods & Applications, 64: 2022-2042.

Pecku, S., Hunter, C.H. and Hughes, J.C. 2006. The effects of water treatment residues on soil respiration and microbial community structure. Water Science and Technology, 54: 215-225.

Ojewole, J.A.O., Drewes, S.E. and Khan, F. 2006. Vasodilatory and hypoglycaemic effects of two pyrano-isoflavone extractives from Eriosema kraussianum N. E. Br. [Fabaceae] rootstock in experimental rat models. Phytochemistry, 67: 610-617.

Peran, R., Berjak, P., Pammenter, N.W. and Kioko, J.I. 2006. Cryopreservation, encapsulation and promotion of shoot production of embryonic axes of a recalcitrant species Ekebergia capensis, Sparrm. Cryoletters, 27: 5-16.

Olaniran, A.O., Mfumo, N.H., Pillay, D. and Pillay, B. 2006. Synergistic utilization of dichloroethylene as sole carbon source by bacterial consortia isolated from contaminated sites in Africa. Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering, 11: 205-210.

Perissinotto, R., Iyer, K. and Nozais, C. 2006. Response of microphytobenthos to flow and trophic variation in two South African temporarily open/closed estuaries. Botanica Marina, 49: 10-22.

Olaniran, A.O., Pillay, D. and Pillay, B. 2006. Aerobic cometabolic degradation of cis- and trans- dichloroethene by a consortium of bacteria isolated from contaminated sites in Africa. African Journal of Biotechnology, 5(20): 1913-1917. Olaniran, A.O., Pillay, D. and Pillay, B. 2006. Biostimulation and bioaugmentation enhances aerobic degradation of dichloroethenes. Chemosphere, 63(4): 600-608. Mohammed, M.A., Ortmann, G.F. and Ferrer, S.R.D. 2006. Sources and perceptions of risk among small-scale commercial farmers in three zobatat of Eritrea. Africa Insight, 36(3&4): 229-248. Ouda, J.O., Nsahlai, I.V. and Mahundu, P.M. 2006. In vitro degradability and gas production parameters of Sericea lespedeza (Lespedeza cuneata) mixed with varying types and levels of roughages. South African Journal of Animal Science, 36(2): 111-121.

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Perrin, M.R. and Carugati, C. 2006. Abundance estimates of the Cape clawless otter Aonyx capensis (Schinz 1821) and the spottednecked otter Lutra maculicollis (Lichtenstein 1835) in the KwaZuluNatal Drakensberg, South Africa. Tropical Zoology, 19: 9-19. Perrin, M.R. and Taylor, S. 2006. The diet of the Brown-headed Parrots (Poicephalus cryptoxanthus) in the wild in southern Africa. Ostrich, 77(3&4): 179-185. Peter, C.I. and Johnson, S.D. 2006. Anther cap retention Prevents self-pollination by elaterid beetles in the South African orchid Eulophia foliosa. Annals of Botany, 97: 345-355. Peter, C.I. and Johnson, S.D. 2006. Doing the twist: a test of Darwin’s cross-pollination hypothesis for pollirium reconfiguration. Biology Letters, 2: 65-68. Pixley, K.V., Dhliwayo, T. and Tongoona, P.B. 2006. Improvement of a maize population by full-sib selection alone versus full-sib with selection during inbreeding. Crop Science, 46: 1130 - 1136.

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Plisko, J. 2006. A systematic reassessment of the genus Microchaetus Rapp, 1849: Its amended definition, reinstatement of Geogenia Kinberg, 1867, and erection of a new genus Kazimierzus (Oligochaeta: Microchaetidae). African Invertebrates, 47: 31-56.

Rothman, M.D., Robert, R.J. and Smit, A.J. 2006. The effects of harvesting of the South African kelp (Ecklonia maxima) on kelp population structure, growth rate and recruitment. Journal of Applied Phycology, 18: 335-341.

Plisko, J. 2006. The Oligochaeta type material house at the Natal Museum, South Africa. African Invertebrates, 47: 57 - 61.

Roy, D., Lepono, T., Macuacua, J., Mbow, C., Mhwandangara, K.L., Mosepele, B., Mutanga, O., Neo-mahupeleng, G., Norman, M., Virgilo, S., Trigg, S., Bhima, R., Brockett, B.H., Dube, O.P., Frost, P., Govender, N., Landmann, T. and Le Roux, J. 2006. The utility of satellite fire product accuracy information-Perspectives and recommendations from the southern Africa Fire Network. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 44(7): 3.

Prakash, J. and Ogulu, A. 2006. Unsteady two-dimensional flow of a radiating and chemically reacting MHD fluid with time dependent suction. Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics, 44: 80 - 810. Prakash, S. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Assessment of genetic relationships between Rhus L. species using RAPD markers. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, 54: 7-11. Pretorius, K., Druce, D.J., Slotow, R.H. and Druce, H.C. 2006. The effect of mature elephant bull introductions on resident bull’s group size and musth periods: Phinda Private Game Reserve, South Africa. South African Journal of Wildlife Research, 36: 133-137. Raab, R.E. and De Lange, O.L. 2006. On the ac magnetizability of a molecule. Molecular Physics, Vol. 104, No. 12: 1925--1929. Rademeyer, M. 2006. Tetrakis(benzylammonium) tetranitratocuprate(II) dinitrate. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E62: m269-m271. Rademeyer, M. 2006. Trans-Cyclohexane-1,4-diammonium dibromide. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E62: 05767–05769. Rademeyer, M., Billing, D.G. and Lemmerer, A. 2006. catenaPoly[(2-phenylethyl) ammonium [dichloromercurate(II)-u3-chloro]] . Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E62: m1716-m1718. Raftery, J.G. 2006. Correspondences between Gentzen and Hilbert systems. Journal of Symbolic Logic, 71(3): 903-957. Randrianarivelojosia, M., Langlois, A. and Mulholland, D.A. 2006. Investigations of the malagasy species Tachiadenus longiflorus Grisebach(Gentianaceae): Linking chemical finding and tradition usage. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 105: 456-458. Reddy, D. and Jaganyi, D. 2006. Does increased chelation enhance the rate of ligand substitution at Pt-II (N, N,N) centres? A detailed kinetic & mechanistic study. Transition Metal Chemistry, 31: 792-800. Reid, K.A., Maes, J., Maes, A., Van Staden, J., De Kimpe, N., Mulholland, D.A. and Verschaeve, L. 2006. Evaluation of the mutagenic and antimutagenic effects of South African plants. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 106: 44-50. Riley, T.R., Curtis, M.L., Leat, P.T., Watkeys, M.K., Duncan, R.A., Millar, L. and Owens, W.H. 2006. Overlap of Karoo and Ferrar magma types in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Journal of Petrology, 47(3): 541-566. Rodrigues, B.G. 2006. On some binary codes from orthogonal geometry of characteristic two. Quaestiones Mathematicae, 29: 335350.

Ruiz, N., Saltz, D. and Ward, D.M. 2006. The effects of herbivory and resource variability on the production of a second inflorescence by the desert lily, Pancratium sickenbergeri. Plant Ecology, 186: 4755. Ruiz, N., Ward, D.M. and Saltz, D. 2006. Population Differentiation and the Effects of Herbivory and Sand Compaction on the Subterranean Growth of a Desert Lily. Journal of Heredity, 97(4): 409416. Samaai, T. 2006. Biodiversity “hotspots”, patterns of richness and endemism, and distribution of marine sponges in South Africa based on actual and interpolation data: a comparative approach. Zootaxa, 1358: 1 - 37. Samaai, T., Gibbons, M.J. and Kelly, M. 2006. Revision of the genus Latrunculia du Bocage, 1869 (Porifera: Demospongiae: Latrunculiidae) with descriptions of new species from New Caledonia and the Northeastern Pacific. Zootaxa, 1127: 1-71. Schlacher, T.A., Schoeman, D., Lastra, M., Jones, A., Dugan, J., Scapini, F. and McLachlan, A. 2006. Neglected ecosystems bear the brunt of change. Ethology Ecology & Evolution, 18: 349-3351. Schonborn, K.J. and Anderson, T.R. 2006. The Importance of Visual Literacy in the Education of Biochemists. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 34 (2): 94-102. Semane, N., Bencherif, H., Morel, B., Hauchecorne, A. and Diab, R.D. 2006. An unusual stratospheric ozone decrease in the Southern Hemisphere subtropics linked to isentropic air-mass transport as observed over Irene (25.5 S, 28.1 E) in mid-May 2002. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 6: 1927-1936. Senior, A., Kosch, M., Yeoman, T.K., Rietveld, M.T. and McCrea, I.W. 2006. Effects of high-latitude atmospheric gravity wave disturbances on artificial HF radar backscatter. Annales Geophysicae, 24: 2347-2361. Shannon, G.W., Page, B.R., Duffy, K.J. and Slotow, R.H. 2006. The consequences of body size dimorphism: Are African elephants sexually segregated at the habitat scale? Behaviour, 143: 1145-1168. Shannon, G.W., Page, B.R., Duffy, K.J. and Slotow, R.H. 2006. The role of foraging behaviour in the sexual segregation of the African elephant. Oecologia, 150: 344-354.

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Shannon, G.W., Page, B.R., Slotow, R.H. and Duffy, K.J. 2006. African elephant home range and habitat selection in Pongola Game Reserve, South Africa. African Zoology, 41: 37-44.

Smith, G.F. and Crouch, N.R. 2006. Asphodelaceae. Corrections to the eponymy and geographical distribution of Aloe vanrooyenii. Bothalia, 36(2): 174.

Shezi, M.N. and Jonnalagadda, S.B. 2006. Simkine 2- Versatile software for the computation of kinetic profiles of intricate chemical reaction mechanisms. South African Journal of Chemistry-SuidAfrikaanse Tydskrif Vir Chemie, 59: 82-85.

Sparg, S.G., Kulkarni, M.G. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Aerosol smoke and smoke-water stimulation of seedling vigor of a commercial maize cultivar. Crop Science, 46: 1336-1340.

Shittu, A.O. and Lin, J. 2006. Antimicrobial susceptibility patterns and characterization of clinical isolates of Staphylococcus aureus in KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa. BMC Infectious Diseases, 6: 125. Shittu, A.O. and Lin, J. 2006. Newer antistaphylococcal agents: In-vitro studies and emerging trends in Staphylococcus aureus resistance, Wounds-A Compendium of Clinical Research and Practice, 18(5): 129-146. Shittu, A.O., Lin, J. and Kolawole, D.O. 2006. Antimicrobial susceptibility patterns of Staphylococcus aureus and characterization of MRSA in Southwestern Nigeria, Wounds-A Compendium of Clinical Research and Practice, 18(4): 77-84. Shittu, A.O., Lin, J., Morrison, D. and Kolawole, D.O. 2006. Identification and molecular characterization of mannitol salt positive, coagulase negative staphylococci from nasal samples of medical personnel and students. Journal of Medical Microbiology, 55: 317324. Shrader, A.M. and Perrin, M.R. 2006. Influence of density on the seasonal utilization of broad grassland types by white rhinoceroses. African Zoology, 41(2): 312-315. Shuttleworth, A. and Johnson, S.D. 2006. Specialized pollination by large spider-hunting wasps and self-incompatibility in the African milkweed Pachycarpus asperifolius. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 167(6): 1177-1186. Singh, M. and Ariatti, M. 2006. A cationic cytofectin with long spacer mediates favourable transfectionin transformed human epithelial cells. International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 309: 189-198. Singh, M., Hawtrey, A. and Ariatti, M. 2006. Lipoplexes with biotinylated transferrin accessories: Novel, targeted, serum-tolerant gene carriers. International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 321: 124-137. Sink, K.J., Boshoff, W., Samaai, T., Timm, P.G. and Kerwath, S.E. 2006. Observations of the habitats and biodiversity of the submarine canyons at Sodwana Bay. South African Journal of Science, 102: 1-9. Smet, M. and Ward, D.M. 2006. Soil quality gradients around waterpoints under different management systems in a semi-arid savanna, South Africa. Journal of Arid Environments, 64(2): 251-269. Smit, A.J., Brearley, A., Hyndes, G.A., Lavery, P. and Walker, D.I. 2006. d15N and d13C analysis of a Posidonia sinuosa seagrass bed. Aquatic Botany, 84: 277–282. Smith, G.F. and Crouch, N.R. 2006. Asphodelaceae. Aloe vanrooyenii: a distinctive new maculae aloe from KwaZul-Natal, South Africa. Bothalia, 36(1): 73-75.

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Stafford, K.A., Lewis, P.D. and Coles, C. 2006. Preliminary study of intermittent lighting regimens for red mite (Dermanyssus gallinae) control in poultry houses. Veterinary Record, 158: 762-763. Stankiewicz, J., Thiart, C., Masters, J. and De Wit, M.J. 2006. Did lemurs have sweepstake tickets? An exploratin of Simpson’s model for the colonization of Madagascar by mammals. Journal of Biogeography, 33: 221-235. Steenkamp, P.A., Harding, N.M., Van Heerden, F.R. and Van Wyk, B.-.E. 2006. Identification of atractyloside by LC-ESI-MS in alleged herbal poisonings. Forensic Science International, 163: 81-92. Steenkamp, V., Gouws, M.C., Gulumian, M., Elgorashi, E.E. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Studies on antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activity of herbal remedies used in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostatitis. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 103: 71-75. Steyn, N.P., Maunder, E.M.W., Labadarios, D. and Nel, J. 2006. Foods and beverages that make significant contributions to macroand micronutrient intakes of children in South Africa - Do they meet the food-based dietary guidelines? South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 19(2): 66-76. Stuckenberg, B. and Mostovski, M.B. 2006. The Natal Museum and its journals: celebrating a century of publication, 1906 - 2005. African Invertebrates, 47: 1 - 9. Svenningsen, A.B., Madsen, K.D., Liljefors, T., Stafford, G.I., Van Staden, J. and Jager, A.K. 2006. Biflavones from Rhus species with affinity for the GABAa/ benzodiazepine receptor. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 103: 276-280. Symes, C.T., Hughes, J.C., Mack, A.L. and Marsden, S.J. 2006. Geophagy in birds of Crater Mountain Wildlife Management Area, Papua New Guinea. Journal of Zoology, 268: 87-96. Szep, T., Moller, A.P., Piper, S.E., Nuttall, R., Szabo, D. and Pap, P.L. 2006. Searching for potential wintering and migration areas of a Danish Barn Swallow population in South Africa by correlating NDVI with survival estimates. Journal of Ornithology, 0: 0. Tarus, P.K., Coombes, P.H., Crouch, N.R. and Mulholland, D.A. 2006. Benzo[c]phenanthridine alkaloids from stem bark of the Forest Knobwood, Zanthoxylum davyi (Rutaceae). South African Journal of Botany, 72(4): 555-558. Taylor, S. and Perrin, M.R. 2006. Aspects of the breeding biology of the Brown-headed Parrot Poicephalus cryptoxanthus in South Africa. Ostrich, 77(3&4): 225-228. Teixeira Da Silva, J.A., Singh, N. and Tanaka, M. 2006. Priming biotic factors for optimal protocorm-like body and callus induction in hybrid Cymbidium (Orchidaceae), and assessment of cytogenetic

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Tennant, J.M., Barkhuizen, D.A., Raghoo, M. and Maguire, G.E.M. 2006. APTA: A Simple Ligand for Lanthanide Energy Transfer Luminescence in Aqueous Solution. South African Journal of Chemistry-Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif Vir Chemie, 59: 86-89.

Van Staden, J., Sparg, S.G., Kulkarni, M.G. and Light, M.E. 2006. Post-germination effects of the smoke-derived compound 3-methyl2H-furo[2,3-c] pyran-2-one, and its potential as a preconditioning agent. Field Crops Research, 98: 98-105.

Thandar, A. 2006. New species and new records of dendrochirotid and dactylochirotid holothuroids (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea) from off the east coast of South Africa. Zootaxa, 1245: 1-51.

Van Vuuren, S.F., Viljoen, A.M., Van Zyl, R.L., Van Heerden, F.R. and Baser, K.H.C. 2006. The antimicrobial, antimalarial and toxicity profiles of helihumulone, leaf essential oil and extracts of Helichrysum cymosum (L.) D. Don subsp. cymosum. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 287-290.

Thirukkanesh, S. and Maharaj, S.D. 2006. Exact models for isotropic matter. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 23: 2697-2709. Thompson, D.I., Edwards, T.J. and Van Staden, J. 2006. Evaluating asymbiotic seed culture methods and establishing Disa (Orchidaceae) germinability in vitro: Relationships, requirements and first-time reports. Plant Growth Regulation, 49: 269-284. Thwala, X.C., Kibirige, I. and Perissinotto, R. 2006. A comparative study of zooplankton dynamics in two subtropical temporarily open/ closed estuaries, South Africa. Marine Biology, 148: 1307-1324. Torres Rodriguez, A. and Cress, C.M. 2006. Constraining the nature of dark energy using the SKA. IAU Symposia, 232: 225. Trask, A.V., Haynes, D.A., Motherwell, W.D.S. and Jones, W. 2006. Screening for crystalline salts via mechanochemistry. Chemical Communications, : 51-53. Tronchin, E., Samaai, T., Anderson, R.J. and Bolton, J.J. 2006. Sponge-seaweed associations in species of Ptilophora (Gelidiaceae, Rhodophyta). Phycological Research, 54: 140-148. Ugoji, E.O., Laing, M.D. and Hunter, C.H. 2006. An investigation of the shelf-life (storage) of Bacillus isolates on seeds. South African Journal of Botany, 72: 28-33. Uken, R. and Green, A.N. 2006. Coelacanth (Latimeria chalumnae) resting traces in a cave floor, Chaka Canyon, South Africa. South African Journal of Science, 102: 474-475. Uys, C.J., Slotow, R.H. and Hamer, M.L. 2006. The effect of burn area on invertebrate recolonisation in grasslands in the Drakensberg, South Africa. African Zoology, 41: 51-65. Van Der Niet, T., Johnson, S.D. and Linder, H.P. 2006. Macroevolutionary data suggest a role for reinforcement in pollination system shifts. Evolution, 60(8): 1596-1601. Van Gils, H.A.M.J., Mwanangi, M. and Rugege, D. 2006. Invasion of an alien shrub across four land management regimes, west of St Lucia, South Africa. South African Journal of Science, 102: 9-12. Van Rooyen, Z. and Bower, J.P. 2006. Effects of storage temperature, harvest date and fruit origin on post-harvest physiology and the severity of mesocarp discoloration in ‘Pinkerton’ avocado (Persea americana Mill.). Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology, 81(1): 89-98. Van Ruitenbeek, J.A., Debba, P., Van der Meer, D., Cudahy, T., Van Der Meijde, M. and Hale, M. 2006. Mapping white micas and

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Wiegand, M., Saltz, S. and Ward, D.M. 2006. A patch-dynamics approach to savanna dynamics and woody plant encroachment Insights from an arid savanna. Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution and Systematics, 7 (2006): 229 - 242.

Abdool Karim, S.S. 2006. Durban 2000 to Toronto 2006: The evolving challenges in implementing AIDS treatment in Africa. AIDS, 20: N7-N9.

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Adhikari, M., Kauchali, S. and Moodley, A. 2006. Clinical Profile and Morbidity Pattern of Infants Born to HIV Infected Mothers in Durban South Africa. Indian Pediatrics, 43: 804-808. Amirfar, S., Hollenberg, J.P. and Abdool Karim, S.S. 2006. Modeling the impact of a partially effective HIV vaccine on HIV infection and death among women and infants in South Africa. JaidsJournal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 43: 219-225. Appleton, C.C. and Kvalsvig, J.D. 2006. A school-based helminth control programme successfully implemented in KwaZulu-Natal. The Southern African Journal of Epidemiology and Infection, 21(2): 55-67. Bhigjee, A.I. and Rosemberg, S. 2006. Optimising Therapy of Seizures in patients with HIV and cysticercosis.. Neurology, 67 (4): 19-22. Bhimma, R., Adhikari, M. and Asharam, K. 2006. Steroid-resistant nephrotic syndrome: the influence of race on cyclophosphamide sensitivity. Pediatric Nephrology, 21: 1847-1853. Bhimma, R., Adhikari, M., Asharam, K. and Connolly, C. 2006. Management of steroid-resistant focal segmental glomerulosclerosis in children using tacrolimus. American Journal of Nephrology, 26: 544-551. Biccard, B.M. 2006. Acute peri-operative beta-blockade in South Africa. Southern African Journal of Anesthesia and Analgesia, 12 (1): 32-34. Biccard, B.M., Sear, J.W. and Foex, P. 2006. Acute peri-operative beta-blockade in intermediate-risk patients. Anaesthesia, 61 (10): 924-931. Biccard, B.M., Sear, J.W. and Foex, P. 2006. Are lipophilic betablockers preferable for peri-operative cardioprotection? Implications from a limited systematic review of the efficacy of atenolol and metoprolol in preventing in-hospital ventricular fibrillation following acute myocardial infarction. Southern African Journal of Anesthesia and Analgesia, 12 (4): 141-146. Biccard, B.M., Sear, J.W. and Foex, P. 2006. The pharmacoeconomics of peri-operative beta-blocker and statin therapy in South Africa. South African Medical Journal, 96 (11): 1199-1202. Blyth, D.F., Buckels, N.J., Sewsunker, R.R., Khan, S. and Mathivha, T.m. 2006. An experience with cardiopulmonary bypass in HIV-infected patients. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 17(4): 178-185. Brink, A., Richards, G., Feldmann, F., Duse, A., Gopalan, P.D., Grolman, D., Mer, M., Naicker, S.D., Paget, G. and Perovic, O. 2006. Guideline for the management of nosocomial infections in South Africa. South African Medical Journal, 96(7): 642-652.

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Brysiewicz, P. and Uys, L.R. 2006. A model for dealing with sudden death. Advances in Nursing Science, 29(3): E1-E11.

Fourie, T. 2006. Value of the I-PSS in women with bladder outlet obstruction following anti-incontinence surgery. Urology, 68(5A): 10.

Buccimazza, I., Thomson, S.R. and Anderson, F. 2006. Isolated main pancreatic duct injuries spectrum and management. American Journal of Surgery, 191: 448-452.

Frahm, N., Lahaie, L.P., Pae, E., Wurcel, A.G., Roach, T.A., St John, A., Altfeld, M., Marincola, F., Moore, C., Mallal, S., Carrington, M., Kiepiela, P., Heckerman, D., Allen, T., Mullins, J., Korber, B., Goulder, P.J.R., Walker, B.D., Brander, C., Adams, S., Linde, C.H., Hewitt, H.S., Sango, K., Feeney, M.E., Addo, M.M. and Lichterfeld, M. 2006. Control of human immunodeficiency virus replication by cytotoxic T lymphocytes targeting subdominance epitopes. Nature Immunology, 7(2): 173-178.

Burns, J. 2006. Psychosis: A costly by-product of social brain evolution in Homo sapiens. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry, 30(5): 797-814 Burns, J. 2006. The social brain hypothesis of schizophrenia. World Psychiatry, 5 (2): 77-81. Chelule, P.K., Pegoraro, R.J., Gqaleni, N. and Dutton, M.F. 2006. The frequency of Cytochrome P450 2E1 polymorphisms in Black South Africans. Disease Markers, 22(5-6): 351-354. Chhagan, M.K. and Kauchali, S. 2006. Comorbidities and mortality among children hospitalized with diarrheal disease in an area of high prevalence of human immunodeficiency virus infection. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, 25(4): 333-8. Corr, P.D. 2006. Imaging of cerebrovascular and cardiovasular disease in AIDS patients. American Journal of Roentgenology, 187(1): 236-41. Corr, P.D. 2006. Management of severe hemoptysis from pulmonary aspergilloma using endovascular embolization. Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology, 29(5): 807-10. Danaviah, S., Govender, S., Gordon (Tarin), M.L. and Cassol, S. 2006. A report of three unusual opportunistic bacterial infections of the spine. SA Orthopedic Journal, 5: 12-16 Daniel, C.H. 2006. Remifentanil in a patient with Huntingtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s chorea. Southern African Journal of Anesthesia and Analgesia, 12(1): 17 - 19. Day, C.L., De Pierres, C.K., Malinga, Z.E., Duraiswamy, J., Zhu, B., Eichbaum, Q., Altfeld, M., Wherry, E.J., Coovadia, H.M., Goulder, P.J.R., Klenerman, P., Kaufmann, D.E., Ahmed, R., Freeman, G.J., Walker, B.D., Kiepiela, P., Brown, J.A., Moodley, E.S., Reddy, S., Mackey, E.W., Miller, J.D. and Leslie, A.J. 2006. PD-1 expression on HIV-specific T cells is associated with T-cell exhaustion and disease progression. Nature, 443: 350-354. Deghaye, N., Pawinski, R. and Desmond, C.J. 2006. Financial and economic costs of scaling up the provision of HAART to HIV-infected health care workers in KwaZulu-Natal. South African Medical Journal, 96: 140-143. Devjee, J., Moodley, J. and Singh, M. 2006. Syphilis in pregnancy - Prevalence at different levels of health care in Durban. South African Medical Journal, 96(11): 1182-1184. Dlova, N.C. and Mosam, A. 2006. Inflammatory Noninfectious Dermatoses in HIV. Dermatologic Clinics, 24(4): 439-448. Edwards, S.D. and Pillay, A.L. 2006. Interrater reliability in clinical psychology oral examinations: a preliminary study. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 103: 391-394.

Friedland, G., Khoo, S., Jack, C.G. and Lalloo, U.G. 2006. Administration of efavirenz (600 mg/day) with rifampicin results in highly variable levels but excellent clinical outcomes in patients treated for tuberculosis and HIV. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, 58(6): 1299-1302. Gaede, B.M., Majeke, S.J., Marie Modeste, R.R., Naidoo, J.R., Titus, M.J. and Uys, L.R. 2006. Social support and health behaviour in women living with HIV in KwaZulu-Natal. SAHARA: Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS, 3(1): 362-368. Gandhi, N., Moll, A., Sturm, A.W., Pawinski, R., Govender, T., Lalloo, U.G., Zeller, K., Andrews, J. and Friedland, G.H. 2006. Extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis as a cause of death in patients co-infected with tuberculosis and HIV in a rural area of South Africa. Lancet, 368: 1575 -1580. Garrib, A.V., Jaffar, S., Knight, S.E., Brasdshaw, D. and Bennish, M.L. 2006. Rates and causes of child mortality in an area of high HIV prevalence in rural South Africa. Tropical Medicine & International Health, 11(12): 1-8. Geddes, R., Knight, S.E., Moosa, M.Y.S., Reddi, A., Uebel, K. and Sunpath, H. 2006. A high incidence of nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NRTI)-induced lactic acidosis in HIV-infected patients in a South African context. South African Medical Journal, 96 (8): 722-724. Govender, L. and Moodley, J. 2006. Soft-tissue tumour of the fetal thigh. South African Medical Journal, 96(3): 187-188. Govinden, U., Mocktar, C., Moodley, P., Sturm, A.W. and Essack, S.Y. 2006. CTX-M-37 in Salmonella enterica serotype Isangi from Durban, South Africa. International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents, 28: 288-291. Gray, A.L. and Abdool Karim, S.S. 2006. Correspondence - In reply. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 10(11): 13021303. Gray, A.L., Abdool Karim, S.S. and Gengiah, T.N. 2006. Ritonavir/ Saquinavir safety concerns curtail antiretroviral therapy options for tuberculosis -HIV-co-infected patients in resource-constrained settings. AIDS, 20(2): 302-303. Gregory, M.A. and Mars, M. 2006. A model for determining baseline morphometrics of the capillary bed in skeletal muscle. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 17(4): 172-177

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Hadley, G.P. and Mars, M. 2006. Hypertension in a cohort of African children with renal tumours. Pediatric Surgery International, 22(3): 219-223. Hadley, G.P. and Shaik, A.S. 2006. The morbidity and outcome of surgery in children with large pre-treated Wilms’ tumour: Size matters. Pediatric Surgery International, 22(5): 409-412. Han, T.M., Naicker, S.D., Ramdial, P.K. and Assounga, A.G.H. 2006. A cross-sectional study of HIV-seropositive patients with varying degrees of proteinuria in South Africa. Kidney International, 69: 2243-2250. Harries, C.S., Mbali, V.C. and Botha, J.H. 2006. Building successful therapeutics into a problem-based medical curriculum in Africa. South African Journal of Higher Education, 20(3): 426-441. Henderson, P.C. 2006. South African AIDS orphans: Examining assumptions around vulnerability from the perspective of rural children and youth. Childhood, 13(3): 303-327 Herring, A.J., Pape, J.W., Sturm, A.W., West, B., Yin, Y.P., Peeling, R.W., Ballard, R., Pope, V., Adegbola, R.A., Changalucha, J., Fitzgerald, D.W., Hook, W., Kubanova, A. and Mananwatte, S. 2006. A multi-centre evaluation of nine rapid, point-of-care syphilis tests using archived sera. Sexually Transmitted Infections, Sup 5: v7-v12. Honeyborne, I., Hildebrand, W., Walker, B.D., Kiepiela, P., Goulder, P.J.R., Rathod, A., Buchli, R., Ramduth, D., Moodley, E.S., Rathnavalu, P., Chetty, S., Day, C.L. and Brander, C. 2006. Motif inference reveals optimal CTL epitopes presented by HLA class 1 alleles highly prevalent in Southern Africa. Journal of Immunology, 176(8): 4699-4705. Horn, A.R., Delport, S., Nazo, M., Mawela, B., Kirsten, G.F., Kroon, S.M., Henning, P.A., Moller, G., Pieper, C., Adhikari, M., Cooper, P. and Hoek, B. 2006. Phototherapy and exchange transfusion for neonatal hyperbilirubinaemia Neonatal academic hospitals’ consensus guidelines for South African hospitals and primary care facilities. South African Medical Journal, 96(9): 819-824. Israel-Ballard, K., Coutsoudis, A., Chantry, C.J., Sturm, A.W., Karim, F., Sibeko, L. and Abrams, B. 2006. Bacterial safety of Flash-heated and Unheated Expressed Breastmilk during storage. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics, 52(6): 399-405. Jinabhai, C.C., Taylor, M. and Sullivan, K.R. 2006. Persistent undernutrition amongst preschool children A decade after democracy. The Southern African Journal of Epidemiology and Infection, 21(1): 26-30. Kauchali, S. and Davidson, L.L. 2006. Commentary: the epidemiology of neurodevelopmental disorders in Sub-Saharan Africa – moving forward to understand the health and psychosocial needs of children, families, and communities. International Journal of Epidemiology, 35(3): 689-90. Kharsany, A.B.M., Connolly, C., Olowalogba, A., Abdool Karim, S.S. and Abdool Karim, Q. 2006. TB treatment outcomes following Directly-Observed Treatment at an Urban outpatient specialist TB facility in South Africa. Tropical Doctor, 36: 23-25.

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Kharsany, A.B.M., Connolly, C., Olowalogba, A., Abdool Karim, S.S. and Abdool karim, Q. 2006. Increasing burden of pulmonary tuberculosis in young women. South African Medical Journal, 96: 524-525. Kohi, T., Makoae, L.N., Chirwa, M.L., Holzemer, W.L., Phetlhu, R., Uys, L.R., Naidoo, J.R., Dlamini, P.S. and Greeff, M. 2006. HIV and AIDS Stigma Violates Human Rights in Five African Countries. Nursing Ethics, 13(4): 404-415. Kriek, J.J. and Govender, S. 2006. AO-Classification of thoracic and lumbar fractures-reproducitity utilizing radiographs and clinical information. European Spine Journal, 15: 1239-1246. Krug, A., Patrick, M., Pattinson, R.C. and Stephen, C.R. 2006. Childhood death auditing to improve paediatric care. Acta Paediatrica, 95: 1467-1473. Kuhn, L., Coutsoudis, A., Trabattoni, D., Archary, D., Rossi, T., Segat, L., Clerici, M. and Crovella, S. 2006. Synergy between mannose-binding lectin gene polymorphisms and supplementation with vitamin A influences susceptibility to HIV infection in infants born to HIV-positive mothers. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 84: 610-615. Lalloo, U.G. and McIvor, R.A. 2006. Management of chronic asthma in adults in diverse regions of the world (State of the Art Series). Asthma in high - and low-income countries, Edited by M. ChanYeung. Number 4 in the series. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 10(5): 474-483. Lalloo, U.G., Naidoo, R. and Ambaram, A. 2006. Recent advances in the medical and surgical treatment of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis. Current Opinion in Pulmonary Medicine, 12(3): 179-185. Lazarus (Ramsaroop), L., Singh, B., Allopi, L., Moodley, J., Partab, P. and Satyapal, K.S. 2006. The surgical anatomy of the parotid fascia. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy, 28 (1): 33-37. Leslie, A.J., Luzzi, G., Edwards, A., Rousseau, C., Mullins, J., Tudor-Williams, G., Novelli, V., Brander, C., Douek, D.C., Kiepiela, P., Walker, B.D., Price, D.A., Goulder, P.J.R., Mkhize, P.P., Bishop, K.S., Rathod, A., Day, C.L., Crawford, H., Honeyborne, I. and Asher, T.E. 2006. Differential Selection Pressure Exerted on HIV by CTL Targeting Identical Epitopes but Restricted by Distinct HLA Alleles from the same HLA Supertype1. Journal of Immunology, 177: 4699-4708. Li, M., Polonis, V.R., Mlisana, K.P., Abdool Karim, S.S., Hong, K., Greene, K.M., Bilska, M., Zhou, J., Allen, S., Chomba, E., Mulenga, J., Salazar-Gonzalez, J.F., Vwalika, C., Gao, F., Zhang, M., Korber, B.T.M., Hunter, E., Hahn, B.H., Montefiori, D.C., Derdeyn, C.A., Morris, L., Williamson, C., Robinson, J.E., Decker, J.M., Li, Y. and Salazar, M.G. 2006. Genetic and Neutralization Properties of Subtype C Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Molecular env Clones from Acute and Early Heterosexually Acquired Infections in Southern Africa. Journal of Virology, 80: 11776-11790. Lockhat, F., Corr, P.D., Ramphal, S.R. and Moodley, J. 2006. The value of magnetic resonance imaging in the diagnosis and management of extra-uterine abdominal pregnancy. Clinical Radiology, 61(3): 264-9.

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Lutge, E.E., Knight, S.E., Naidoo, K. and Jinabhai, C.C. 2006. Appropriateness of patient attendance at specialist clinics in public hospitals in eThekwini Municipality. South African Medical Journal, 96(9): 804-808.

Moodley, I. 2006. Analysis of a medical aid administrator database for costs and utilisation of benefits by patients claiming for lipidlowering agents. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 17(3): 140145.

Lydall, L. and Reid, S.J.Y. 2006. A year in South Africa-a home for the lost tribe? British Medical Journal, 332(7548): 174-175.

Moodley, J. and Kalane, M.G. 2006. A review of the management of eclampsia : Practical issues. Hypertension in Pregnancy, 25(2): 47-62.

Madiba, T.E. and Dhai, A. 2006. Addressing authorship disputes. South African Medical Journal, 96(1): 49 - 50.

Moodley, J. and Ramphal, S.R. 2006. Emergency gynaecology. Best Practice & Research in Clinical Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 20(5): 729-750.

Mars, M. and Auer, R.E.J. 2006. Telemedicine in Veterinary Practice. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association-Tydskrif Van die Suid-Afrikaanse Veterinere Vereniging, 77(2): 75-78. Mars, M., Hadebe, B.M. and Tufts, M.A. 2006. The Effect of Icepack Cooling on Skin and Muscle Temperature At Rest and After Exercise. The South African Journal of Sport Medicine, 18(3): 60-66. Martinez-Picado, J., Matthews, P., Pillay, T., Rousseau, C., Mullins, J., Brander, C., Walker, B.D., Stuart, D.I., Kiepiela, P., Goulder, P.J.R., Prado, J.G., Fry, E.E., Pfafferott, K.J., Leslie, A.J., Chetty, S., Thobakgale, C.F., Honeyborne, I. and Crawford, H. 2006. Fitness Cost of Escape Mutations in p24 Gag in Association with Control of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1. Journal of Virology, 80 (7): 3617 - 3623. Matsaseng, T.C., Bagratee, J.S. and Moodley, J. 2006. Pregnancy outcomes in patients with previous history of abruptio placentae. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, 92: 253-254. McLean, M. 2006. Clinical role models are important in the early years of a problem-based learning curriculum. Medical Teacher, 28(1): 64-69. McLean, M. and Naidoo, S.S. 2006. The white coat in clinical practice: The debate rages on! Final year medical students’ views. South African Medical Journal, 96(5): 402-406. McLean, M. and Van Wyk, J.M. 2006. Twelve tips for recruiting and retaining facilitators in a problem-based learning programme. Medical Teacher, 28 (8): 675-679. McLean, M., Van Wyk, J.M., Peters-Futre, E.M. and HigginsOpitz, S.B. 2006. The small group in problem-based learning: More than a cognitive ‘learning’ experience for first-year medical students in a diverse population. Medical Teacher, 28: e94-e103. McNally, L.M., Jeena, P.M., Gajee, K., Sturm, A.W., Tomkins, A.M., Coovadia, H.M. and Goldblatt, D. 2006. Lack of Association between the Nasopharyngeal Carriage of Streptococcus pneumoniae and Staphylococcus aureus in HIV-1-Infected South African Children. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 194(3): 385-390.

Moodley, J. and Ramphal, S.R. 2006. Vesicovaginal fistula:obstetric causes. Current Opinion in Obstetrics & Gynecology, 18(2): 147-151. Moodley, M. 2006. Reduction in prevalence of invasive cervical cancer in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa: Impact of the human immunodefficiency virus epidemic. International Journal of Gynaecological Cancer, 16(3): 1036 - 1040. Moodley, P., Martin, I.M., Pillay, K., Ison, C.A. and Sturm, A.W. 2006. Molecular epidemiology of recently emergent ciprofloxacinresistant Neisseria gonorrhoeae in South Africa. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 33(6): 357-60. Morar, N., Dlova, N.C., Mosam, A. and Aboobaker, J. 2006. Cutaneous manifestations of HIV in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. International Journal of Dermatology, 45 (8): 1006-1007. Mosam, A. and Dlova, N.C. 2006. HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa. Dermatologic Clinics, 24(4):: 421-429. Mosam, A., Moodley, V. and Ramdial, P.K. 2006. Persistent pyrexia and plaques: a perplexing puzzle. Lancet, 368: 55 Motala, A.A., Pirie, F.J., Rauff, S. and Bacus, H.B. 2006. Costeffective management of diabetes mellitus. Ethnicity & Disease, 16: 79-84. Mould, S.B., Paruk, F. and Moodley, J. 2006. High-dose dexamethasone in the treatment of HELLP syndrome. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, 93: 140-141. Muttukrishna, S., Hyett, J., Paine, M., Moodley, J., Groome, N. and Rodeck, C.H. 2006. Uterine vein and maternal urinary levels of activin A and inhibin A in pre-eclampsia patients. Clinical Endocrinology, 64: 469-473. Naidoo, R.N., Jeebhay, M.F., Robins, T.G., Myers, J.E., Nogueira, C. and Zeleznik, W.S. 2006. Addressing the challenges of underdevelopment in environmental and occupational health in Southern Africa. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, 12: 392–399.

Mokoena, M.P., Chelule, P.K. and Gqaleni, N. 2006. The toxicity and decreased concentration of aflatoxin B1 in natural lactic acid fermented maize meal. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 100: 773–777.

Naidoo, R.N., Robins, T.G., Seixas, N.S., Lalloo, U.G. and Becklake, M.R. 2006. Respirable coal dust exposure and respiratory symptoms in South African coal miners: A comparison of current and ex-miners. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 48(6): 581-590.

Moodley, D., Moodley, Y.P., Moodley, J., Coovadia, H.M. and Esterhuizen, T.M. 2006. Use of rapid tests for perinatal HIV infection in resource-limited settings. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, 1(2): 105-110.

Naidoo, R.N., Seixas, N.S. and Robins, T.G. 2006. Estimation of Respirable dust exposure among Coal Mines in South Africa. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, 3: 293-300. Naidoo, S. 2006. Compensation Reporting of occupationally

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acquired TB in Health Care Workers in public sector hospitals, eThekwini Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal. Occupational Health Southern Africa, 12(4): 3-7.

Pawinski, R. and Lalloo, U.G. 2006. Multisectoral responses to HIV/ AIDS: applying research to policy and practice. American Journal of Public Health, 96(7): 1189-1191.

Naidoo, S. and Jinabhai, C.C. 2006. TB in health care workers in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 10(6): 676-682.

Perovic, O., Koornhof, H., Black, V., Moodley, I., Duse, A. and Galpin, J.S. 2006. Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia at two academic hospitals in Johannesburg. South African Medical Journal, 96(8): 714-718.

Naidoo, S. and Raidoo, D. 2006. Tissue kallikrein and kinin receptor expression in an angiogenic co-culture neuroblastoma model. Metabolic Brain Disease, 21: 253-265. Naidu, V., Abdel-Goad, E.H., Munks, D.G., Alsharef, M. and Bereczky, Z. 2006. The Appendix - still a useful conduit. South African Journal of Surgery, 44(4): 147. Nair, K.S., Naidoo, R. and Chetty, R. 2006. Microsatellite analysis of the APC gene and immunoexpression of E-cadherin, catenin, and tubulin in esophageal squamous cell carcinoma. Human Pathology, 37: 125-134.

Peters, A.L. 2006. Ophthalmology in SA Family Practice. South African Family Practice, 48(7): 18. Peters-Futre, E.M., Higgins-Opitz, S.B., McLean, M. and Van Wyk, J.M. 2006. Enhanced dietary awareness and lifestyle changes in first-year medical students following exposure to problem-based nutrition education. South African Family Practice, 48(7): 15a-15f. Pillay, A.L. 2006. Criminal capacity in children accused of murder: challenges in the forensic mental health assessment. Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 18(1): 17-22.

Naranbhai, V. and Abdool Karim, Q. 2006. HIV prevention and treatment research in sub-Saharan Africa: Where are the adolescents? AIDS, 20: 1090-1091.

Pillay, A.L. and Descoins, S.E. 2006. Parental death and absence in children presenting for mental health care. Psychological Reports, 99: 248-250.

Ncama, B.P. and Uys, L.R. 2006. Community impact of HIV status disclosure through an integrated community home-based care programme. African Journal of AIDS Research, 5 (3): 265-271.

Pillay, A.L. and Harvey, B.M. 2006. The experiences of the first South African community service clinical psychologists. South African Journal of Psychology, 36(2): 259-280.

Ndinda, C.N., Adebayo, P.W., Jinabhai, C.C. and Adebayo, A.A. 2006. HIV/AIDS and Housing Policy Review in South Africa. Africa Insight, 36(3/4): 95 - 114.

Pillay, A.L. and Kriel, A.J. 2006. Mental health problems in women attending district-level services in South Africa. Social Science & Medicine, 63: 587-592.

Nyamande, K. and Lalloo, U.G. 2006. Serum procalcitonin distinguishes CAP due to bacteria, Mycobacterium tuberculosis and PJP. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 10(5): 510-515.

Rabe, K.F., Atienza, T., Magyar, P.a.l., Larrson, P., Jorup, C. and Lalloo, U.G. 2006. Effect of budesonide in combination with formoterol for reliever therapy in asthma exacerbations: A randomised controlled, double-blind study. Lancet, 368(9537): 744-753.

Nyamande, K., Lalloo, U.G. and Vawda, F. 2006. Camparison of plain chest radiography and high-resolution computed tomography in human immunodeficiency virus infected patients with communityacquired pneumonia: A Sub-Saharan Africa study. British Journal of Radiology, 10.1259: 15037569.

Ramburan, A., Hadley, G.P. and Govender, D. 2006. Expression of E-cadherin, cadherin-11, alpha-, beta- and omega-catenins in nephroblastomas: relationship with clinicopathological parameters, prognostic factors and outcome. Pathology, 38(1): 39-44.

O’Farrell, N., Morison, L., Moodley, P., Pillay, K., Vanmali, T., Quigley, M., Hayes, R. and Sturm, A.W. 2006. Association between HIV and subpreputial penile wetness in uncircumcised men in South Africa. Jaids-Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 43(1): 69-77. Oosthuizen, G.V., Harrower, J.E. and Hadley, G.P. 2006. Psoas abscess in children: Making the diagnosis. Tropical Doctor, 36: 246247. Padayatchi, N., Bamber, S., Dawood, H. and Bobat, R.A. 2006. Multidrug-resistant tuberculous meningitis in children in Durban, South Africa. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, 25(2): 147-150. Papathakis, P.C., Van Loan, M.D., Rollins, N.C., Chantry, C.J., Bennish, M.L. and Brown, K.H. 2006. Body composition changes during lactation in HIV-infected and HIV-uninfected South African women. Jaids-Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 43(4): 467-474.

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Ramdial, P.K. and Singh, B. 2006. Strongyloides stercoralis mesenteric lymphadenopathy: Clue to the etiopathogenesis of intestinal pseudo-obstruction in HIV-infected patients. Annals of Diagnostic Pathology, 10(4): 209-214. Ramdial, P.K., Chetty, R., Singh, B., Singh, R. and Aboobaker, J. 2006. Lymphedematous HIV-associated Kaposi’s sarcoma. Journal of Cutaneous Pathology, 33: 474-481. Ramphal, S.R. and Moodley, J. 2006. Emergency gynaecology. Best Practice & Research in Clinical Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 20(5): 729-750. Ramphal, S.R. and Moodley, J. 2006. Vesicovaginal fistula: Obstetric causes. Current Opinion in Obstetrics & Gynecology, 18(2): 147-151. Ranjith, N., Pegoraro, R.J., Naidoo, D.P. and Esterhuizen, T.M. 2006. Prognostic value of N-terminal-pro-brain natriuretic peptide measurements in patients with acute coronary syndromes. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 17(2): 60-66.

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Rasool, M.N. 2006. Elbow Dislocation with lateral condyle fractures in children. SA Orthopedic Journal, 5: 72-78. Reid, S.J.Y. 2006. Rural health and transformation in South Africa. South African Medical Journal, 96(8): 676-677. Reid, S.J.Y., Mantanga, L., Nkabinde, C.T., Mhlongo, N.N. and Mankahla, N. 2006. The community involvement of nursing and medical practitioners in Kwa-Zulu Natal. South African Family Practice, 48(8): 16. Rosslenbroich, S. and Govender, S. 2006. Chylous Leakage following anterior spinal surgery. SA Orthopedic Journal, 5: 30-32. Rousseau, C., Korber, B.T.M., Brander, C., Goulder, P.J.R., Kiepiela, P., Walker, B.D., Mullins, J., Birditt, B.A., McKay, A.R., Stoddard, N., Lee, T., Mclaughlin, S., Moore, S., Shindo, N. and Learn, G.H. 2006. Large-scale amplification, cloning and sequencing of near full-length HIV-1 subtype C genomes. Journal of Virological Methods, 136 (2006): 118-125. Sathiparsad, R. and Taylor, M. 2006. Diseases come from girls: Perspectives of male learners in rural KwaZulu-Natal on HIV infection and AIDS. Journal of Education, 38: 117-137. Satyapal, K.S., Haffejee, A.A., Naidoo, M.L., Robbs, J.V. and Lazarus (Ramsaroop), L. 2006. Rare additional renal artery in liverelated transplantation. Clinical Anatomy, 19: 363-364. Scorgie, F. 2006. A battle won? The prohibition of virginity testing in the Children’s Bill. Agenda, 68: 19 - 28. Sebitloane, H.M., Mosam, A. and Moodley, J. 2006. Disseminated AIDS-associated Kaposi’s sarcoma in pregnancy. South African Medical Journal, 96(7): 602-603. Seedat, Y.K. 2006. Meeting the challenges of hypertension in subSaharan Africa. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 17(2): 47-48. Seedat, Y.K., Croasdale, M.A., Milne, F.J., Opie, L.H., PinkneyAtkinson, V.J., Rayner, B.L. and Veriava, Y. 2006. South African hypertension guideline 2006. South African Medical Journal, 96(4): 337-362. Sibeko, S. and Moodley, J. 2006. Healthcare attendance patterns by pregnant women in Durban, South Africa. South African Family Practice, 48(10): 17-17e. Simon, V., Ho, D. and Abdool Karim, Q. 2006. HIV/AIDS epidemiology, pathogenesis, prevention, and treatment. Lancet, 368: 489-504.

Singh, J.A., Abdool Karim, S.S., Abdool Karim, Q., Mlisana, K.P., Williamson, C., Gray, C., Govender, M. and Gray, A.L. 2006. Enrolling Adolescents in Research on HIV and Other Sensitive Issues : Lessons from South Africa. Plos Medicine, 3(7): e180. Singh, R., Mackraj, I., Naidoo, R. and Gathiram, P. 2006. Sanguinarine Downregulates AT1a Gene Expression in a Hypertensive Rat Model. Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology, 48(2): 14-21. Sinvula, M. and Moodley, J. 2006. Splenic rupture in pregnancy associated with domestic violence. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, 94: 52-53. Thomson, S.R. 2006. Prevalence of HIV status and CD4 counts in a surgical cohort: Their relationship to clinical outcome. Annals Of The Royal College Of Surgeons Of England, 88: 46-51. Thomson, S.R., Clarke, D.L. and Anderson, F. 2006. The current standard of care in the periprocedural management of the patient with obstructive jaundice. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 88: 610-616. Upcroft, J.A., Delgadillo-Correa, M.G., Dunne r l, R.L., Sturm, A.W., Johnson, P.J. and Upcroft, P. 2006. Genotyping Trichomonas vaginalis. International Journal for Parasitology, 36(7): 821-828. Uys, L.R., Bhengu, B.R. and Majumdar, B. 2006. The use of PHC clinic-based women’s groups for financial empowerment in a rural area. Curationis, 29(1): 25-31. Van Wyk, J.M. 2006. Advocating programme evaluation in new problem based learning schools. Medical Education, 40: 459-489. Visser, L. 2006. Common eye disorders in the elderly - a short review. South African Family Practice, 48(7): 34-38. Walter, J., Kuhn, L., Mwiya, M., Scott, N., Kasonde, P., Sinkala, M., Kankasa, C., Kauchali, S., Aldrovandi, G.M. and Thea, D.M. 2006. Reduction in preterm delivery and neonatal mortality after the introduction of antenatal cotrimoxazole prophylaxis among HIV-infected women with low CD4 cell counts. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 194(11): 1510-8. Wherry, E.J., Ahmed, R., Walker, B.D., Day, C., Draenert, R., Miller, J.D., Kiepiela, P., Woodberry, T., Brander, C., Addo, M.M. and Klenerman, P. 2006. HIV-specific CD8 T cells express low levels of IL-7R : Implications for HIV-specific T cell Memory. Virology, 353 (2): 366-373. Zaborowski, A.G., Gundry, B.N., Masenya, M.E.D. and Visser, L. 2006. Primary tuberculous keratoconjunctivitis. Eye, 20: 978-979.

Singh, B., Lazarus (Ramsaroop), L., Allopi, L., Moodley, J. and Satyapal, K.S. 2006. Duplicate gallbladder: An unusual case report. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy, 28 (6): 654-657. Singh, B., Moodley, J., Allopi, L. and Cassimjee, M.H. 2006. Horner’s syndrome after Sympathectomy in the thoracoscopic era. Surgical Laparoscopy Endoscopy & Percutaneous Techniques, 16(4): 222-225.

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Chapters in Books

Duncan, M. and Joubert, R.W.E. 2006. Promoting competence through assessment, in Practise and Service Learning in Occupational Therapy. Chichester: Whurr: 200-216.

FACULTY OF EDUCATION Bhana, D. 2006. Doing Power: Violent Masculinities in the Primary School, in Combating Gender Violence in and around Schools. Stokeon-Trent: Trentham Books, Sterling: Trentham Books: 171-179.

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES, DEV. & SOCIAL SCIENCES

Christiansen, I. 2006. Kan en opgave rumme læringens kompleksitet? – balancen mellem det mulige og det realiserede, in Kunne det tænkes? – Om matematiklæring, Blomhoj. Copenhagen: Malling Beck: 40-62.

Amisi, B.B. and Ballard, R.J. 2006. In the absence of citizenship: Congolese refugee struggle and organisation in South Africa, in Voices of Protest: Social Movements in Post-apartheid South Africa. Pietermaritzburg: UKZN Press: 301-324

Leach, F. and Mitchell, C.A. 2006. Situating the study of gender evidence in and around schools, in Combating Gender Violence in and Around Schools - Strategies for Change. Sterling: Trentham Books: 3-12.

Ballard, R.J., Habib, A.M. and Valodia, I.A.K. 2006. Conclusion: Making Sense of Post-Apartheid South Africa’s Voices of Protest, in Voices of Protest: Social Movements in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Pietermaritzburg: UKZN Press: 397-417

Moletsane, R.T., Walsh, S. and Mitchell, C.A. 2006. ‘Speaking for ourselves’: Visual arts-based and participatory methodologies for working with young people, in Combating Gender In and around Schools, London: Trentham Books: 103-112.

Ballard, R.J., Habib, A.M. and Valodia, I.A.K. 2006. Social Movements in South Africa: Promoting Crisis or Creating Stability?, in The Development Decade? Economic and Social Change in South Africa, 1994-2004, HSRC Press: 397-412.

Morrell, R.G. 2006. Fathers, fatherhood and masculinity in South Africa, in Baba: Fathers and Fatherhood in South Africa. Cape Town: HSRC Press: 13-25.

Ballard, R.J., Habib, A.M., Valodia, I.A.K. and Zuern, E. 2006. Introduction: From Anti-Apartheid to Post-Apartheid Social Movements, in Voices of Protest: Social Movements in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Pietermaritzburg: UKZN Press: 1-22.

Morrell, R.G. and Makhaye, F. 2006. Working not blaming: Masculinity work with young African men in KwaZulu-Natal, in Combating Gender Violence in and around Schools – Strategies for Change, London: Trentham: 153-161. Morrell, R.G. and Richter, L.M. 2006. Introduction, in Baba: Fathers and Fatherhood in South Africa. Cape Town: HSRC Press: 1-12. Ngwenya, T.H. 2006. Collaborators, in Selves in Question: Interviews on Southern African Auto/Biography. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press: 200-204. Ngwenya, T.H. 2006. Folk music as popular culture: A life-history approach, in Selves in Question: Interviews on Southern African Auto/ Biography. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press: 148-152. Ngwenya, T.H. 2006. The making of Katie Makanya, in Selves in Question: Interviews on Southern African Auto/Biography. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press: 205-212. Unterhalter, E., Epstein, D., Morrell, R.G. and Moletsane, R.T. 2006. Be yourself: Class, race, gender, and sexuality in South African Schoolchildren’s accounts of social relations, in Education, Globalization and Social Changer, edited by H. Lauder, J. Dillabough, A. H. Halsey and P. Brown. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 586-595.

Bond, P.M. and Desai, A.G. 2006. Explaining Uneven and Combined Development in South Africa, in 100 years of Permanent Revolution: Results and Prospects. London: Pluto Press: 230-245. Bond, P.M. 2006. Johannesburg’s Resurgent Urban Social Movements, in Challenging Hegemony: Social Movements in PostApartheid South Africa and the Quest for a New Humanity. Trenton: Africa World Press: 103-128. Bond, P.M. 2006. Ten Years of Democracy, in Articulations: A Harold Wolpe Memorial Lecture Collection . Trenton: Africa World Press: 37-63. Bond, P.M. 2006. The Future of Decommodification: The Case of South Africa, in Globalisation, Inequalities and the Commodification of Life and Well-Being. London: Adonis and Abbey Publishers: 169-191. Bond, P.M. 2006. Water commodification: Can human rights trump the market?, in Knowledge, Culture and Livelihood: The struggle for Water and People’s Everyday Resistances. Durban: UKZN Press: 39-61. Breckenridge, K.D. 2006. Reasons for Writing: African WorkingClass Letter-Writing in Early-Twentieth-Century South Africa, in Africa’s Hidden Histories: Everyday Literacy and Making the Self. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press: 143-154.

FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

Brown, D.F. 2006. Social Class and Status, in Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. Oxford: Elsevier: Article No.1308.

Joubert, R.W.E., Galvaan, R., Lorenzo, T. and Ramugondo, E. 2006. Reflecting on contexts of service learning, in Practice and Service Learning in Occupational Therapy. Chichester: Whurr: 36-49.

Bukurura, S.H. 2006. A judiciary in transition: Reflections on the selection of judges in Namibia, in Appointing Judges in an Age of Judicial Power: Critical Perspectives from Around the World. Cape Town: JUTA: 313-330.

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Burns, C.E. 2006. The letters of Louisa Mvemve, in Africa’s Hidden Histories: Everyday Literacy and Making the Self. Bloomington: Indiana University Press: 78-112. Cartwright, D.J. 2006. Why do you abandon me? I am your daughter; representing Dona Ermelinda, in Selves in Question: Interviews on Southern African Autobiography, Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press: 303-327. Chari, S. 2006. Post-apartheid livelihoods struggles in Wentworth, South Durban, in The Development Decade? Economic and Social Change in South Africa. Cape Town: HSRC Press: 427-443. Chari, S. 2006. Social labour and the geography of work in Tiruppur, Tamil Nadu, in Colonial and Post-colonial Geographies of India. New Delhi: Sage: 141-161. Coullie, J.E. 2006. “Mummy, the Coolie Doctor is at the Door” , in Selves in Question: Interviews on Southern African Auto/Biography. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press: 291-302. Coullie, J.E. 2006. “Speaking about Writing about Living a Life”, in Selves in Question: Interviews on Southern African Auto/biography. Honolulu: University Of Hawaii Press: 379-394. Coullie, J.E. 2006. Man-Bitch: Poetry, Prose and prostitution, in Selves in Question: Interviews on Southern African Auto/Biography. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press: 395-407. Coullie, J.E. and Meyer, S. 2006. Introduction , in Selves in Question: Interviews on Southern African Auto/Biography. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press: 1-115. Dano, U.B. 2006. Intimacy challenges faced by married serodiscordant couples, in HIV/AIDS in Africa: The not so Silent Presence. Durban: Print connection: 43-54 Daymond, M.J. 2006. Writing autobiography and writing fiction, in Selves in Question: Interviews on Southern African Auto/Biography. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press: 231-242. De Gruchy, S.M. 2006. Religion and racism: Struggles around segregation, ‘Jim Crow’ and apartheid, in The Cambridge History of Christianity Vol 9: World Christianites c.1914-c.2000. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 385-400.

Devey, R.M., Skinner, C.J. and Valodia, I.A.K. 2006. Definitions, Data and the Informal Economy in South AFrica: A Critical Analysis, in The Development Decade? Economic and Social Change in South Africa, 1994-2004, Human Sciences Research Council: 302-326. Devey, R.M., Skinner, C.J. and Valodia, I.A.K. 2006. The State of the Informal Economy, in The State of the Nation 2005-2006, edited by J. Daniel, R. Southall, J. Latchmanan and s. Buhlungu. Cape Town: HSRC Press: 223-247. Dimitriu, I. 2006. ‘Symbolic Power’ and ‘Worldmaking’ in Politically Over-Determined Times: Translation and Social Practice under Dictatorship, in Ubersetzen - Translating - Traduire: Towards a “Social Turn”?, edited by M. Wolf and M. Wolf. Vienna/ Berlin/ Hamburg/ Zurich/ London: LIT Verlag: 55-65. Draper, J.A. 2006. Africa, in The Blackwell Companion to the Bible and Culture, Oxford: Blackwell: 176-197. Draper, J.A. 2006. Global Warfare and Charismatic Resistance: The Case of George Khambule (1884-1949) and the Book of Revelation, in Spirits of Globalization: The Growth of Pentecostalism and Experiential Spiritualities in a Global Age, London: SCM Press: 90-106. Draper, J.A. 2006. Jesus’ “Covenantal Discourse” on the Plain (Luke 6:12-7:17) as Oral Performance: Pointers to “Q” as Multiple Oral Performance, in Oral Performance, Popular Tradition, and Hidden Transcript in “Q” as Multiple Oral Performance, Scholars Press/ Brill: 71-98. Draper, J.A. 2006. Many voices, one spirit: The prophecies of George Khambule, in Performing the Gospel: Mark, Orality and Memory. Minneapolis: Augsburg: 44-63. Durrheim, K.L. and Mtose, X. 2006. Being-black-in-the-new-SouthAfrica, in A Race against Time: Psychology and the Challenges of Deracialization in South Africa, Pretoria: UNISA press: 153-168. Gouws, A.S. 2006. Mankind cannot bear too much reality: Wishful thinking and the unconscious, in Philosophical Counselling and the Unconscious. Amherst, New York: Trivium: 79-110.

De Villiers, H.M.M. 2006. EKM Dido (1951), in Perspektief en Profiel ‘n Afrikaanse Literatuurgeskiedenis. Pretoria: Van Schaik: 289-302.

Gouws, A.S. 2006. The postmodernist’s progress or: Bluff your way in postmodernism, in Gesprek sonder grense. Huldigingsbundel ter ere van Johan Degenaar se 80e verjaarsdag. Stellenbosch: H&B Uitgewers: 164-182.

Denis, P.M.B.R. 2006. Pour une histoire sociale du sida en Afrique subsaharienne, in L’épidémie du sida en Afrique subsaharienne. Regards historiens, edited by P. M. B. R. DENIS. Louvain-la-Neuve: Academia-Bruylant: 121-145.

Habib, A.M. and Valodia, I.A.K. 2006. Reconstructing a Social Movement in an Era of Globalisation: A Case Study of COSATU, in Voices of Protest: Social Movements in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Pietermaritzburg: UKZN Press: 225-254.

Denis, P.M.B.R. and Ntsimane, R.P. 2006. The absent fathers: Why do men not feature in stories of families affected by HIV and AIDS, in Baba: Men and Fatherhood in South Africa. Cape Town: HSRC Press: 237-249.

Hunter, M. 2006. Fathers without amandla: Zulu-speaking men and fatherhood, in Baba: Men and fatherhood in South Africa. Cape Town: HSRC Press: 99-107.

Devenish, A. and Skinner, C.J. 2006. Collective Action in the Informal Economy: The Case of the Self Employed Women’s Union, 1944-2004, in Voices of Protest: Social Movements in Post Apartheid South Africa, UKZN Press: 255-278.

Jacobs, J.U. 2006. Cross-cultural discourse in Es’kia Mphahlele’s ‘down second avenue’ and ‘Afrika my music’, in ES’KIA: May you Grow as Big as an Elephant and Dwarf the Rhinoceros. Johannesburg: Stainbank & Associates: 154-161.

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Kasiram, M.I. 2006. Towards Spiritual Competence in HIV/AIDS Care, in HIV/AIDS in Africa: The not so Silent Presence. Durban: Printconnection: 125-134. Khan, F. 2006. The struggle for a better education for all - UDW, 1995-2003, in Asinamali: University Struggles in Post-apartheid South Africa. Asmara: Africa World Press: 69-78. Khan, S. and Ebrahim, A.F.M. 2006. The State of Philanthropy amongst the Muslim Diaspora in South Africa, in Religious Pluralism in the Diaspora. The Netherlands: Brill: 189-219. Kumar Penumala, P.K. 2006. Diversity among the Diaspora Hindus & the Issue of Ethnicity: Examples from South Africa and Britain, in Religious Pluralism in the Diaspora. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill: 269-286. Kumar Penumala, P.K. 2006. Introduction, in Religious Pluralism in the Diaspora. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill: 1-12. Kytzler, B.P.P. 2006. Unwirkliche Wirklichkeiten: Geplant - Geträumt - Geflunkert. Ueber Utopie und Realität im frühen Europa, in Fremde Wirklichkeiten. Literarische Phantastik und antike Literatur, edited by N. i. c. o. l. a. Hoemke and M. a. n. u. e. l. Baumbach. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter: 277-287. Lenta, M.M. 2006. Introduction, conclusion, list of person, selection of material, in Paradise, the Castle and the Vineyard: Lady Anne Barnard’s Cape Diaries. UK: Oxford Press: 1-20. Loots, L.J. 2006. “The Gender Implications of Biopolitics with Special Reference to Southern Africa”, in A Patented World? Privatisation of Life and Knowledge. Johannesburg: Fanele (Jacana Media): 141-162. Lorentzen, J. 2006. The noledge of numbers: S&T, R&D and innovation indicators in South Africa, in The Development Decade? Economic and Social Change in South Africa 1994-2004. Cape Town: HSRC Press: 183-200. Lund, F.J. 2006. Gender and social security in South Africa, in The Development Decade? Economic and Social Change in South Africa, 1994-2004. Cape Town: HSRC Press: 160-179. Lund, F.J. 2006. Working people and access to social protection, in Gender and Social Policy in a Global Context: Uncovering the Gendered Structure of ‘the social’. New York: Palgrave MacMillan Press: 217-233. Magwaza, T.S.C. 2006. IKS methodological pilgrimage: processes and procedures, in Freedom sown in blood: memories of the Impi Yamakhanda. Thohoyandou: Ditlou: 15-26. Magwaza, T.S.C. 2006. The role of Zondi women during conflict situations, in Freedom Sown in Blood: Memories of the Impi Yamakhanda . Thohoyandou: Ditlou: 88-111. Magwaza, T.S.C. and Sithole, M.P. 2006. “This is our history”: Ngome women constructing a different history, in Freedom Sown in Blood: Memories of the Impi Yamakhanda . Thohoyandou: Ditlou: 111-140. Maharaj, P. and Cleland, J. 2006. Are condoms infiltrating marital and cohabiting partnerships? Perspectives of couples in KwaZuluNatal, South Africa?, in The Development Decade: Economic and

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Social Change in South Africa, 1994-2004, Cape Town: HSRC: 349-360. Marschall, S. 2006. Creating the ‘Rainbow Nation’: The National Women’s Art Festival in Durban, South Africa, in Festivals, Tourism and Social Change. Remaking Worlds. . Clevedon, Buffalo, Toronto: Channel View Publications: 152-171 Maseko (Holscher), D. and Sewpaul, V. 2006. Ethics as a site of resistance: The tension between social control and critical reflection, in Social Work: Making a World of Difference. Munich: International Federation of Social Workers and faf: 22. May, J.D. 2006. Constructing the Social Policy Agenda: Conceptual Debates around Poverty and Inequality, in The Development Decade? Economic and Social Change in South Africa, 1994-2004, Cape Town: HSRC: 143-159. May, J.D. 2006. Entitlement, Assets and Markets, in The Elgar Companion to Development Studies, edited by D. A. Clark. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar,: 10-13.. May, J.D. 2006. Poverty, asset accumulation and shocks in South Africa: Evidence from KwaZulu-Natal, in Poverty and Policy in postApartheid South Africa, Cape Town: HSRC Press: 321-351. Mbali, M.R. 2006. TAC in the history of patient-driven AIDS activism: the case for historicizing South Africa’s new social movements, in Challenging Hegemony: Social Movements in Post-Apartheid South Africa and the Quest for New Humanity. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press: 129-155. Mbali, M.R. and Chance, K. 2006. Talking is walking: A critical review of Patrick Bond’s Wolpe lecture, in Articulations: A Harold Wolpe Memorial Lecture collection. Trenton: Africa World Press: 6575. McCracken, D.P. 2006. “europe is irrelevant”: Redressing the Balance or the South African Ostrich phenonomen, in Europe and the World in European Historiography. Pisa: University of Pisa: 121-127. McCracken, D.P. 2006. A Hanging Matter: The Colonial South African Politics of Citizenship, in Citizenship in Historical Perspective. Pisa: Univeristy of Pisa Press: 203-211. Mchunu, M.R., Ndlovu, N. and Zungu, M.B. 2006. The verbal art of keeping the memories of Bhambada alive, in Freedom Sown in Blood: Memories of the Impi Yamakhanda - An indigenous knowledge perspective. Thohoyandou: Ditlou: 57-87. McMurtry, M.E. 2006. ‘Reflections in a Cracked Mirror’: Pieter-Dirk Uys interviewed by Mervyn McMurtry, in Selves in Question: Interviews on sothern African Autobiography, University of Hawai’i Press: 345356. Meth, C.E. 2006. Half-measures revisited: The ANC’s unemployment and poverty reduction goals, in Poverty and Policy in Post-apartheid South Africa. Cape Town: HSRC Press: 366-458. Morris, M.L., Robbins, D.G.D. and Barnes, J. 2006. The role of government in fostering clusters: the South African automotive sector, in The Development Decade? Economic and Social Change in South Africa, 1994-2004. Cape Town: HSRC Press: 201-223.

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Mturi, A.J. and Nzimande, N. 2006. Exploring the link between changing family patterns and HIV/AIDS in South Africa, in HIV/AIDS in Africa: The Not So Silent Presence. Durban: Print Connection: 21-32.

Sithole, D.J. 2006. Neither Communists nor Saboteurs: KwaZulu Bantusan Politics, in The Road to Democracy in South Africa. Pretoria: UNISA Press: 805-846.

Mturi, A.J., Xaba, T.T., Sekokotla, D.M. and Nzimande, N.B. 2006. Coping with illness and deaths in post-apartheid South Africa: family perspectives, in The Development Decade? Economic and Social Change in South Africa, 1994-2004. Cape Town: Human Sciences Research Council: 327-348.

Sithole, D.J. 2006. The ANC Underground in Natal, in The Road to Democracy in South Africa. Pretoria: UNISA Press: 531-568.

Nadar, S. 2006. Texts of Terror - The conspiracy of rape in the bible, church and society: The case of Esther 2:1-18, in African Women, Religion and Health: Essays in Honor of Mercy Amba Ewudziwa Oduyoye. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books: 77-93. Nadvi, S.L.B. 2006. The War Against State Terrorism: Reframing the Debate on Global Terrorism, in Fighting Terrorism in the Liberal State: An Integrated Model of Research, Intelligence and International Law. Amsterdam: IOS Press: 154–157. Padayachee, M. 2006. Development discourses in post-apartheid South Africa, in The Development Decade? Economic and Social Change in South Africa, 1994-2004, Cape Town: HSRC Press: 1-10.

Sithole, D.J. and Ndlovu, S. 2006. The Revival of the Labour Movement, 1970-1980, in The Road to Democracy in South Africa. Pretoria: UNISA Press: 187-242. Sliep, Y. 2006. HIV/Aids through a social health lens: Narrative Theatre as a community based HIV/Aids strategy, in HIV/AIDS in Africa: The not so Silent Presence, Durban: Print Connection: 89-100. Sooryamoorthy, R. 2006. Caste Systems, in Encyclopedia of the Developing World. New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis: 252-256. Sooryamoorthy, R. 2006. Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), in Encyclopedia of the Developing World. New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis: 1149-1155. Teer-Tomaselli, R.E. 2006. A South African case study, in News in Public Memory. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang: 159-176.

Partab, R. 2006. Dignity At Death: The Challenge Posed by HIV and AIDS, in HIV and AIDS in Africa: The Not So Silent Presence. Durban: Print Connection: 147-154.

Teer-Tomaselli, R.E. 2006. Community Radio’s Impact on Community Building: Case Studies from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, in Media Communities. Munster: Waxmann: 189-210.

Phiri, I.A. 2006. Dealing with trauma of sexual abuse: A genderbased analysis of the testimonies of female traditional healers in Kwazulu-Natal, in African Women, Religion and Health: Essays in Honor of Mercy Amba Ewudziwa Oduyoye. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books: 113-127

Teer-Tomaselli, R.E. 2006. Memory and Markers: Collective memory and Newsworthiness, in News in Public Memory. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang: 225-250.

Phiri, I.A. and Nadar, S. 2006. Treading softly but firmly - African women, religion and health, in African Women. Religion and Health: Essays in Honor of Mercy Amba Ewudziwa Oduyoye. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books: 1-16. Pithouse, R.M. 2006. Introduction, in Asinamali: University Struggles in Post-Apartheid South Africa. New Jersey: Africa World Press: xvxxviii. Pithouse, R.M. 2006. Solidarity, Co-option and Assimilation:The Neccessity, Promises and Pitfalls of Global Linkages for South African Movements, in Challenging Hegemony: Social movements and the Quest for a New Humanism in Post-apartheid South Africa, New Jersey: African World Press: 247-286. Posel, D.R. and Devey, R.M. 2006. The demographics of fatherhood in South Africa: an analysis of survey data, 1993-2002, in Baba: Men and Fatherhood in South Africa, edited by R. G. MORRELL and L. M. RICHTER. Cape Town: HSRC Press: 38-52. Rakoczy, S.F. 2006. Women and Peacemaking: The Challenge of a Non-Violent Life, in African Women, Religion and Health: Essays in Honor of Mercy Amba Ewudziwa Oduyoye, Orbis Books: 187-207. Robinson, P.S. 2006. Possibilities for using ICT to realize heritage and ecotourism potential: a case study on the Zululand region of South Africa, in Tourism and Regional Development: New Pathways. Aldershot, England: Ashgate: 253-270.

Teer-Tomaselli, R.E. 2006. Political Advertising in South Africa, in The Sage Handbook of Politcal Advertising. London: Sage: 429-444. Teer-Tomaselli, R.E. 2006. South Africa: Public Service Broadcasting in Post-Apartheid Era - The Struggles, and Tribulations of Turning a State Broadcaster into a Public Service Broadcaster, in Public Service Broadcasting in the Age of Globalisation. Singapore: Asian Media and Information Centre: 206-226. Tennant, P.M.W. 2006. Juvenal, in The Literary Encyclopedia. Cape Town: Nexis: 1-8. Tomaselli, K.G. and Rodda, P.T.-.J. 2006. Cultures of Control and Dispersion New Media and Global Information Networks, in Dynamics of Communication: New Ways and New Actors. Zagreb: Institute for International Relations: 409 Vahed, G.H.M. and Bhana, S. 2006. South African Indian Community, in The Encyclopedia of the Indian Diaspora, Singapore: Editions Didier Millet: 242-253. Valodia, I.A.K. and Velia, M.A.I. 2006. Trading and Training: Large Manufacturing Firms in the Greater Durban Metropolitan Area, in Sustainable Manufacturing? The Case of South Africa and Ekurhuleni, Cape Town: Juta Press: 61-92. West, G.O. 2006. Contextuality, in The Blackwell Companion to the Bible and Culture, Oxford: Blackwell Publishing: 399-413.

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Wildsmith-Cromarty, R. and Young, D.N. 2006. Applied Linguistics in Africa, in Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics. Oxford: Elsevier LTD: 336-341

Whiteside, A.W. and Quinlan, T.K.C. 2006. Social and economic impact of the HIV pandemic, in The HIV pandemic: Local and Global Implications. New York: Oxford University Press: 36-49.

Woeber, C.A. 2006. Educating the Educator: Es’kia Mphahlele’s Schooling at St Peter’s, in Es’kia: May You Grow as Big as an Elephant. Johannesburg: Stainbank & Associates: 115-130.

Whiteside, A.W. and Quinlan, T.K.C. 2006. Social and economic impact of the HIV pandemic, in The HIV pandemic: Local and Global Implications. New York: Oxford University Press: 36-49.

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McLennan, J.S. 2006. Contractual exclusion of reliance on mistake, in Essays in Honour of AJ Kerr. Durban: LexisNexis Butterworths: 129-137. Hoctor, S.V. 2006. Election Offences, in South African Criminal Law and Procedure Vol III: Statutory Offences, Cape Town: Juta: D1:1-9.

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES Posel, D.R. 2006. Moving on: Patterns of labour migration in postapartheid South Africa, in Africa on the move - African migration and urbanisation in comparative perspective, Johannesburg: Wits University Press: 217-231.

Anderson, N.O., Erwin, J., Van Staden, J., Ascough, G., Thompson, D.I. and Mtshali, N.P. 2006. Watsonia, in Floriculture, Ornamental and Plant Biotechnology: Advances and Topical Issues, Kagawa, Japan: Jaime A Teixeira da Silva: 588-604. Bezuidenhout, S.L. and Laing, M.D. 2006. Allelopathy and its influence in soil systems, in Biological Approaches to Sustainable Soil Systems. Florida: CRC Press, Florida: 231-240. Bodmer, R. and Ward, D.M. 2006. Frugivory in large mammalian herbivores, in Large Herbivore Ecology, Ecosystem Dynamics and Conservation, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 231-260. Brand, T.A. and Gous, R.M. 2006. Feeding Ostriches, in Feeding in Domestic Vertebrates From Structure to Behaviour, Wallingford: CABI: 136-155.

Posel, D.R. and Casale, D.M. 2006. Internal Migration and Household Poverty in Post-Apartheid South Africa, in Poverty and Policy in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Pretoria: HSRC: 351-365.

Brothers, D.J. 2006. 14.4. Familia Mutillidae, in Hymenoptera de la Región Neotropical, edited by P. E. Hanson and I. D. Gauld. Gainesville, Florida, USA: American Entomological Institute: 586-594.

Posel, D.R. and Devey, R.M. 2006. The demographics of fatherhood in South Africa: an analysis of survey data, 1993-2002, in Baba: Men and Fatherhood in South Africa, Cape Town: HSRC Press: 38-52.

Brothers, D.J. 2006. 14.7. Familia Bradynobaenidae, in Hymenoptera de la Región Neotropical, Gainesville, Florida, USA: American Entomological Institute: 610-614.

Singh, A.M. 2006. Evolution of Marketing to E-Marketing, in Encyclopedia of E-Commerce, E-Government, and Mobile Commerce. Hershey: Idea Group Reference: 488-494.

Brothers, D.J. 2006. Capítulo 14 Las familias vespoideas inferiores (exceptuando hormigas y véspidos), in Hymenoptera de la Región Neotropical, Gainesville, Florida, USA: American Entomological Institute: 567-569.

Singh, A.M. 2006. Mobile Commerce in South Africa, in Encyclopedia of E-Commerce, E-Government, and Mobile Commerce. Hershey: Idea Group Reference: 772-778 Whiteside, A.W. and Conroy, A.C. 2006. The AIDS Crisis , in Poverty, AIDS and hunger, Breaking the Poverty trap in Malawi. New York: Palgrave Macmillan: 49-68. Whiteside, A.W. and Conroy, A.C. 2006. The Impact on the AIDS Pandemic on the National Economy and Development, in Poverty, AIDS and hunger breaking the poverty trap in Malawi. New York: Palgrave Macmillan: 70-83. Whiteside, A.W. and Lee, S. 2006. Economic and Development Issues around HIV/AIDS, in The Development Decade? Economic and Social Change in South Africa, 1994-2004. New York: Palgrave Macmillan: 381-396

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Brothers, D.J. 2006. Capítulo 30 Superfamilia Chrysidoidea, in Introducción a los Hymenoptera de la Región Neotropical, Colombia: Sociedad Colombiana de Entomología & Universidad N: 385-388. Brothers, D.J. 2006. Capítulo 31 Familia Plumariidae, in Introducción a los Hymenoptera de la Región Neotropical, Colombia: Sociedad Colombiana de Entomología & Universidad N: 389-390. Brothers, D.J. 2006. Capítulo 32 Familia Scolebythidae, in Introducción a los Hymenoptera de la Región Neotropical, Colombia: Sociedad Colombiana de Entomología & Universidad N: 391-392. Brothers, D.J. 2006. Capítulo 52 Familia Bradynobaenidae, in Introducción a los Hymenoptera de la Región Neotropical, Colombia: Sociedad Colombiana de Entomología & Universidad N: 559-562. Brothers, D.J. 2006. Capítulo 54 Familia Mutillidae, in Introducción a los Hymenoptera de la Región Neotropical, Colombia: Sociedad Colombiana de Entomología & Universidad N: 577-594.

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Brothers, D.J. 2006. Capítulo 55 Familia Sapygidae, in Introducción a los Hymenoptera de la Región Neotropical, Colombia: Sociedad Colombiana de Entomología & Universidad N: 595-596. Brothers, D.J. and Sarmiento, C.E. 2006. Capítulo 47 Familia Sierolomorphidae, in Introducción a los Hymenoptera de la Región Neotropical, Colombia: Sociedad Colombiana de Entomología & Universidad N: 515-516. Brothers, D.J., Finnamore, A.T. and Fernandez, F. 2006. Capítulo 46 Superfamilia Vespoidea, in Introducción a los Hymenoptera de la Región Neotropical, Colombia: Sociedad Colombiana de Entomología & Universidad N: 505-514. Fennell, C.W., Van Staden, J. and Makunga, N. 2006. Medicinal Plants and Biotechnology: An integrated approach to health care, in Floriculture, Ornamental and Plant Biotechnology: Advances and Topical Issues, Kagawa, Japan: Jaime A Teixeira da Silva: 41-53. Hughes, J.C. 2006. Classification systems: South African, in Encyclopedia of Soil Science. Boca Raton: CRC Press: 273-275. Johnson, S.D. 2006. Pollinator-driven speciation in plants, in The Ecology and Evolution of Flowers, Oxford: Oxford University Press: 296-306. Kimsey, L.S. and Brothers, D.J. 2006. Capítulo 56 Familia Tiphiidae, in Introducción a los Hymenoptera de la Región Neotropical, Colombia: Sociedad Colombiana de Entomología & Universidad N: 597-608. Laing, M.D. 2006. A cure for mushroom poisoning, in Injectable Vitamin C and the Treatment of Viral and Other Diseases. Las Vegas: Hygea Publishing: 12 - 14. Laing, M.D. and Neumann, B. 2006. Trichoderma: An ally in the quest for soil system sustainability, in Biological Approaches to Sustainable Soil Systems. Florida: CRC Press, Florida: 491-500.

Preston-Whyte, R.A., Brooks, S.J. and Ellery, W.N. 2006. Tourism and Global Environmental Change in Desert and Savanna Regions, in Tourism and Global Environmental Change: Ecological, Social, Economic and Political Interrelationships, Abingdon and New York: Routledge: 128-141. Taylor, P.B. 2006. Family Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatchers): Family Account, in Handbook of the Birds of the World. Volume 11: Old World Flycatchers to Old World Warblers. Barcelona: Lynx Ediciones: 53-101. Taylor, P.B. and Clement, P. 2006. Family MUSCICAPIDAE (Old World Flycatchers: Species accounts, in Handbook of the Birds of the World. Volume 11: Old World Flycatchers to Old World Warblers. Barcelona: Lynx ediciones: 102-163. Twinomugisha, D., Chapman, C.A., Lawes, M.J., Worman, C.O. and Danish, L.M. 2006. How does the golden monkey of the Virungas cope in a fruit-scarce environment?, in Primates of Western Uganda, New York: Springer: 45-60. Van Staden, J. and Taylor, N.J. 2006. Towards an understanding of the manipulation of in vitro flowering, in Floriculture, Ornamental and Plant Biotechnology: Advances and Topical Issues, Kagawa, Japan: Jaime A Teixeira da Silva: 1-22. Ward, D.M. 2006. Long-term effects of herbivory on plant diversity and functional types in arid ecosystems, in Large Herbivore Ecology, Ecosystem Dynamics and Conservation, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 142-169.

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Laing, M.D. and Papli, G. 2006. Revegetating inert soils with the use of microbes, in Biological Approaches to Sustainable Soil Systems, Boca Raton: CRC Press: 603-615.

Coovadia, H.M. and Archary, D. 2006. Prevention of Transmission of HIV-1 from Mothers to Infants in Africa, in Hot Topics In Infection and Immunity in Children III. New York: Springer: 201-220.

Masters, J. 2006. When, Where and How? Reconstructing a Timeline for Primate Evolution using Molecular and Fossil data, in Primate Cytogenetics and Comparative Genomics. Firenze: Firenze University Press: 105-118.

Day, C. and Gray, A.L. 2006. Health and related indicators, in South African Health Review 2006, Durban: Health Systems Trust: 367-506.

Morris, C.D. and Everson, T.M. 2006. Conservation of biodiversity in the Maloti-Drakensberg mountain range, in Land Use Change and Mountain Biodiversity, Boca Raton: CRC Press: 285-292. Naidoo, Y. and Naidoo, G. 2006. Localization of potential ion transport pathways in the salt glands of the halophyte Sporobolus virginicus, in Ecophysiology of High Salinity of Tolerant Plants. Nertherlands: Springer: 173-185. Ollerton, J., Johnson, S.D. and Hingston, A. 2006. Geographical variation in diversity and specificity of plant pollination systems, in Plant-pollinator Interactions: from Specialization to Generalization, Chicago: Chicago University Press: 283-308. Preston-Whyte, R.A. 2006. Deserts and Savannah Regions, in Tourism and Global Environmental Change. London: Routledge: 128141.

Gray, A.L. and Pillay, K. 2006. Health Legislation and policy, in South African Health Review 2006, Durban: Health Systems Trust: 3-18. Lalloo, U.G. 2006. Cough and Other Symptoms, in Encyclopedia of Respiratory Medicine, edited by G. Laurent and S. J. Shapiro. Oxford, UK: Elsevier: 177-182. Lalloo, U.G. 2006. Dyspnea, in Encyclopaedia of Respiratory Medicine. Oxford, UK: Elsevier: 182-189. Lalloo, U.G. and Ambaram, A. 2006. Chest pain, in Encyclopaedia of Respiratory Medicine. Oxford, UK: Elsevier: 189-195. Mars, M. 2006. E viavel a telemedicine na Africa Subsaariana, in Telesunde. Um instrumento de suporte assistencial e educacao permanente, Belo Horizonte: UFMG: 398-403. Mars, M. 2006. Telemedicina na Africa do Sul, in Telesunde. Um instrumento de suporte assistencial e educacao permanente, Belo Horizonte: UFMG: 404-409.

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Mody, G.M. and Patel, N. 2006. Disease modifying anti-rheumatic drugs in rheumatoid arthritis, in Disease Review 2006. Cape Town: National Health: 353-359. Preston-Whyte, E.M. 2006. Framing the South African epidemic: a sociological perspective, in The Development Decade? Economic and Social Change in South Africa,1994-2004 . Cape Town: HSRC: 361-380. Preston-Whyte, E.M., Tollman, S., Landau, L. and Findley, S. 2006. African Migration in the Twenty-First Century: Conclusion, in Africa on the Move: African Migration and Urbanization in comparative perspective. Johannesburg: Wits University Press: 329-355.

Books FACULTY OF EDUCATION Hemson, C.M.C. 2006. Teacher education: the challenge of diversity in South Africa. Cape Town: Human Sciences Research Council Press: 74

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES, DEV. & SOCIAL SCIENCES Bond, P.M. 2006. Looting Africa: The Economics of Exploitation. London: Zed Books: 187. Bond, P.M. 2006. Talk Left Walk Right: South Africa’s Frustrated Global Reforms. Pietermaritzburg: UKZN Press: 330. Chapman, M.J.F. 2006. Art Talk, Politics Talk. Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press: 173. Guest, W.R. 2006. A Century of Science and Service: The Natal Museum in a Changing South Africa 1904- 2004. Pietermaritzburg: Natal Museum: 322.

African Cinemas. Netherlands and South Africa: UNISA Press: 183. Wilson, J.Z. 2006. The United Nations and Democracy in Africa: Labyrinths of Legitimacy. New York and Abingdon: Routledge: 252.

FACULTY OF LAW Sharrock, R.D., Van Der Linde, K. and Smith, A. 2006. Hockly’s Insolvency Law. Cape Town: Juta & Co.: 416. Williams, R.C. 2006. The Law of South Africa. Durban: Lexis Nexis Butterworths: 397.

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES Whiteside, A.W. and Barnett, T. 2006. AIDS in the Twenty-first Century:Disease and Globalization, Second edition. New York: Palgrave Macmillan: 449

FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE Banasiak, J. and Arlotti, L. 2006. Perturbations of positive semigroups with applications. London: Springer Verlag: 438.

NELSON R MANDELA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Botha, C.R. and Botha, J.H. 2006. Bring Butterflies Back to your Garden. Durban: Botanical Society of South Africa: 253.

Jolles, F. and Holtenschmidt, E. 2006. August Wilhelm Schlegel Vorlesungen über Encyklopädie [1803]. Paderborn-München-WienZürich: Ferdinand Schöningh: 580. Kytzler, B.P.P. 2006. Horaz. Sämtliche Werke. Lateinisch / Deutsch. Stuttgart: Philipp Reclam jun: 828. Rakoczy, S.F. 2006. Great Mystics and Social Justice: Walking on the Two Feet of Love. Mahwah, New Jersey: Paulist Press: 217. Sooryamoorthy, R. and Gangrade, K.D. 2006. NGOs in India: A Cross-Sectional study. New Delhi: Rawat Publications: 189. Thompson, P.S. 2006. Black Soldiers of the Queen: The Natal Native Contingent in the Anglo-Zulu War. Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA: University of Alabama Press: 186. Tomaselli, K.G. 2006. Encountering Modernity: 20th Century South 146

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Bertram, C.A., Wedekind, V.R. and Muthukrishna, A. 2007. Newly qualified South African teachers: staying or leaving? Perspectives in Education, 25(2): 1-13 Bhana, D. 2007. Childhood sexuality and rights in the context of HIV/ AIDS. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 9(3): 309-324 Bhana, D. and Epstein, D. 2007. ‘I don’t want to catch it’ Boys, girls and sexualities in an HIV/AIDS environment. Gender and Education, 19(1): 109-125 Bhana, D., Morrell, R.G., Hearn, J. and Moletsane, R.T. 2007. Power and Identity: An introduction to sexualities in Southern Africa. Sexualities: Studies in Culture and Society, 10(2): 131-138 Bhengu, T.T. 2007. Bringing down the fence through schoolcommunity partnership: A case for the Community Education Forum framework. Africa Education Review, 4(2): 131-143

Davis, Z., Adler, J. and Parker, D.C. 2007. Identification with images of the teacher and teaching in formalised in-service mathematics teacher education and the constitution of mathematics for teaching. Journal of Education, 42: 33-60 Dempster, E.R. 2007. Textual strategies for answering multiple choice questions among South African learners: what can we learn from TIMSS 2003? African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 11(1): 47-60 Dempster, E.R. and Reddy, V. 2007. Item readability and science achievement in TIMSS 2003 in South Africa. Science Education, 91(6): 906-925 Francis, D.A. 2007. Researching the role of race in young biracial adults’ identity construction:exploring implications for transracial adoptions. Social Work: A Professional Journal for the Social Worker, 43(3): 261-270

Buthelezi, M.T. 2007. The intersection of gender and class in Ilanga and Isolezwe news coverage of rape. Agenda, 74: 125-132

Francis, D.A. and Hemson, C.M.C. 2007. Rainbow’s end: Consciousness and enactment in social justice education. Perspectives in Education, 25(1): 99-109

Chikoko, V. 2007. Decentralised school governance in Zimbabwe: Some dilemmas of implementation. Journal of Educational Studies, 6(2): 159-169

Geldenhuys, J. and De lange, N. 2007. Career identities of first-year female coloured students. South African Journal of Education, 27(1): 117-137

Chikoko, V. 2007. The school cluster system as an innovation: Perceptions of Zimbabwean teachers and school heads. Africa Education Review, 4 (1): 42-57

Gopal, N.D. and Stears, M. 2007. An alternative approach to assessing science competencies. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 11(2): 15-24

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Balfour, R.J. 2007. V.S. Naipaul’s Half a Life, Magic Seeds and Globalisation. Literator, 28(1): 1-21

Christiansen, I. and Baijnath, N. 2007. Perceptions of the ‘university of technology’ notion at higher education institutions. South African Journal of Higher Education, 21(2): 217-227

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Baijnath, N., Christiansen, I. and Ogudo, N. 2007. Institutional selfrepresentation at South African higher education institutions. South African Journal of Higher Education, 21(3): 400-411

Christiansen, I. 2007. Mathematical literacy as a school subject: Mathematical gaze or livelihood gaze? African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 11(1): 91-105

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Govender, I.G. 2007. Experiences of learning and teaching: Problem Solving in computer Programming. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 11(2): 39-50 Govender, I.G. and Grayson, D.J. 2007. Pre-service and in-service teachers’ experiences of learning to program in an object-oriented language . Computers & Education, DOI: 10.1016/j.compedu.: 22 October 2007 Govender, N. 2007. Physics student teachers’ mix of understandings of algebraic sign convention in vector-kinematics: A phenomenographic perspective. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 11(1): 61-73 Green, W.J. 2007. Learner discourse and science learning in the context of microcomputer-based laboratory collaborative learning activities. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 11(1): 1-16 Hemson, C.M.C. and Francis, D.A. 2007. Multiculturalism in South Africa: Education in the Shadow of the Rainbow. Journal of Educational Studies, 6(1): 39-51 Karlsson, J. 2007. Navigating towards transformation through education. Agenda, 72: 81-92

Mudaly, V. 2007. Proof and proving in secondary schools. Pythagoras, 66: 64-75 Muthukrishna, A., Ramsuran, A., Pennefather, J.A.S., Naidoo, J.T. and Jugmohan, P. 2007. Sense-making frameworks: Dominant, discursive constructions of learners and communities by teachers in the context of intersecting barriers to basic education. Perspectives in Education, 25(1): 31-44 Naidoo, R. and Coopoo, Y. 2007. The health and fitness profiles of nurses in KwaZulu-Natal. Curationis, 30(2): 66-73 Openjuru, G.L. and Lyster, E.S. 2007. Christianity and rural community literacy practices in Uganda. Journal of Research in Reading, 30 (1): 97-112 Pillay, G. and Govinden, D. 2007. “In Search of Home” - practices of the self in selected teacher narratives. Journal of Education, 42: 125 - 139 Ramrathan, P., Khan, F., Khan, S. and Reddy, H.V. 2007. An exploration of pupil enrolment projects within KwaZulu-Natal: implications for teacher demand analysis. South African Journal of Higher Education, 21(1): 163-180

Maharaj, A., Brijlall, D. and Molebale, J.J. 2007. Teacher’s views on practical work in the teaching of fractions: a case study. South African Journal of Education, 27(4): 597-612

Ramrathan, P., Manik, S. and Pillay, G. 2007. Transformational access: The Upward Bound Programme as a possibility for promoting access to Higher Education. South African Journal of Higher Education, 21(4): 159-178

Maistry, S.M. 2007. Building communities of practice for the continuing professional development of history teachers: insights from the TEMS project. New Contree, 54: 53-71

Sikweyiya, Y.M., Jewkes, R. and Morrell, R.G. 2007. Talking about Rape: South African men’s responses to questions about rape. Agenda, 74: 48-57

Manik, S. 2007. To Greener Pastures: Transnational Teacher Migration From South Africa. Perspectives in Education, 25(2): 55-65

Stears, M. 2007. Producing storied accounts from data – a teacher’s narrative. Education as Change, 1(1): 3-20

Manik, S. 2007. Transnational Teacher Migration From South Africa: A New Form of Indentured Labourers? Oriental Anthropologist, 7(1): 39-60

Wassermann, J.M. and Wohlberg, A. 2007. The prisoner of war camp at Umbilo during the Anglo-Boer War. Journal of Natal and Zulu History, 24 & 25: 214-239

Meskin, T. and Van der Walt, T.L. 2007. Approaching Macbeth through representation, participation and facilitation – a theatre-ineducation ‘adventure’. South African Theatre Journal, 21: 75-91 Moletsane, R.T., De lange, N., Mitchell, C.A., Stuart, D.J., Buthelezi, M.T. and Taylor, M. 2007. Photo-voice as a tool for analysis and activism in response to HIV and AIDS stigmatization in a rural KwaZulu-Natal school. Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 19 (1): 19-28 Moorosi, P.C. 2007. Creating linkages between private and public: challenges facing woman principals in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 27 (3): 507-521 Morrell, R.G. 2007. Men, masculinities and gender politics in South Africa: A reply to Macleod. Pins: Psychology in Society, 35: 15-26 Morrell, R.G., Davies, L., Lynch, K., Crean, M. and Subrahmanian, R. 2007. Review Symposium Gender, schooling and global social justice. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 28(6): 797-802

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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING Adali, S. and Cagdas, I.U. 2007. Iterative algorithms for optimal design of columns subject to a stress constraint. Journal of the Franklin Institute, 344: 711-724 Adali, S., Sadek, S., Bruch, jr, C., Sloss, M. and Cagdas, I.U. 2007. Optimal sizing of piezo-actuators for minimum-deflection design of frames under uncertain loads. Journal of the Franklin Institute, 344: 698-710 Baah, C.A. and Baah, J.I. 2007. Corrosion of 304L stainless steel and chrome-plated drainage together with the ordinary black rubber and brass gaskets by stagnant solutions of sodium hypochlorite solutions. Materials & Design, 28: 2492-2495

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Bezuidenhout, C.N. and Singels, A. 2007. Operational forecasting of South African sugarcane production: Part 1 – System description. Agricultural Systems, 92: 23-38 Bezuidenhout, C.N. and Singels, A. 2007. Operational forecasting of South African sugarcane production: Part 2 – System evaluation. Agricultural Systems, 92: 39-51 Boje, E.S. 2007. Quantitative feedback design approach for systems with probabilistic parameterisations. International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control, 17: 173-179 Bowen, P., Pearl, R.G. and Akintoye, A. 2007. Professional ethics in the South African construction industry. Building Research and Information, 35(2): 189-205 Bowen, P., Pearl, R.G., Cattell, K., Hunter, K. and Kelly, J. 2007. The role of value management in achieving best value in public sector service delivery in South Africa: a research agenda. Acta Structilia, 14(2): 58-75 Brooks, M. 2007. Thermal performance of a solar oven with augmented sunlight concentration. Journal of Energy in Southern Africa, 18(2): 4-10 Cagdas, I.U. and Adali, S. 2007. Optimization of clamped columns under distributed axial load and subject to stress constraints. Engineering Optimization, 39 (4): 453-469 De winnaar, G., Jewitt, G.P.W. and Horan, M.J.C. 2007. A GISbased approach for identifying potential runoff harvesting sites in the Thukela River basin, South Africa . Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 32: 1058-1067 Eitelberg, E. 2007. Macrodynamic feedback interaction between trade and production. International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control, 17: 203-224 Eitelberg, E. and Boje, E.S. 2007. Implicit Quasi-Steady State Approximation and Application to a Power Plant Evaporator. Journal of Dynamic Systems Measurement and Control-Transactions of the Asme, 129: 66-71 Fashuyi, M.O. and Afullo, T. 2007. Rain Attenuation Prediction and Modeling for Line-of-sight links on Terrestrial paths in South Africa. Radio Science, 42: 1-15 Friedrich, E., Pillay, S.D. and Buckley, C.A. 2007. The use of LCA in the water industry and the case for an environmental performance indicator. Water SA, 33 (4): 443-451 Govender, M., Chetty, K.T. and Bulcock, H.H. 2007. A review of hyperspectral remote sensing and its application in vegetation and water resources studies. Water SA, 33(2): 145-151 Harris, R.A., Wilken, M., Fischer, K., Letcher, T.M., Raal, J.D. and Ramjugernath, D. 2007. High pressure vapor–liquid equilibrium measurements of carbon dioxide with naphthalene and benzoic acid. Fluid Phase Equilibria, 260: 60-64

Huang, X., Habetler, G. and Harley, R.G. 2007. Detection of Rotor Eccentricity Faults in a Closed-Loop Drive-Connected Induction Motor Using an Artificial Neural Network. IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 22(4): 2061-2069 Huang, X., Habetler, G., Harley, R.G. and Wiedenburg, E. 2007. Using a Surge Tester to Detect Rotor Eccentricity Faults in Induction Motors. IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 43(5): 1183-1190 Ikhu-omoregbe, D.I.O. 2007. Thermal conductivity of South African sauces in a shear flow field. International Journal of Food Science and Technology, 42(6): 753-761 Jacobs, S.M., Scholes, M.C., Bechtold, J.S., Biggs, H.C., Grimm, H.C., Lorentz, S.A., Mcclain, M.C., Naiman, R.J., Perakis, S.S. and Pinay, G.P.M. 2007. Nutrient Vectors and Riparian Processing: A Review with Special Reference to African Semiarid Savanna Ecosystems. Ecosystems, 10(8): 1231-1249 Jin, W., Xu, H. and Takawira, F. 2007. An Adaptive hybrid list decoding and chase-like algorithm for Reed- Solomon codes. Transactions of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, 98(1): 13-17 Langton, M.I., Smithers, J.C., Bezuidenhout, C.N. and Lyne, P.W.L. 2007. Evaluation of the Illovo mechanical cane cutter. International Sugar Journal, 109(1298): 118-120 Le roux, W., Harley, R.G. and Habetler, G. 2007. Detecting rotor faults in low power permanent magnet synchronous machines. IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 22(1): 322-328 Lee, D.M., Habetler, G., Harley, R.G., Keister, T. and Rostron, J. 2007. A voltage sag supporter utilizing a PWM-switched autotransformer. IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 22(2): 626635 Maharaj, L., Pocock, J. and Loveday, B.K. 2007. The effect of distributor configuration on the hydrodynamics of the teetered bed separator. Minerals Engineering, 20: 1089-1098 Mazumdar, J., Harley, R.G., Lambert, F. and Venayagamoorthy, K. 2007. Neural Network Based Method for Predicting Nonlinear Load Harmonics. IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 22(3): 10361045 Mcmahon, T.A., Peel, M., Vogel, R.M. and Pegram, G.G.S. 2007. Global streamflows – Part 3: Country and climate zone characteristics. Journal of Hydrology, 347: 272-291 Mcmahon, T.A., Pegram, G.G.S., Vogel, R.M. and Peel, M. 2007. Revisiting reservoir storage–yield relationships using a global streamflow database. Advances in Water Resources, 30: 1858–1872 Mcmahon, T.A., Pegram, G.G.S., Vogel, R.M. and Peel, M. 2007. Review of Gould-Dincer reservoir storage-yield-reliability estimates. Advances in Water Resources, 30: 1873-1882 Mcmahon, T.A., Vogel, R.M., Peel, M. and Pegram, G.G.S. 2007. Global streamflows – Part 1: Characteristics of annual streamflows. Journal of Hydrology, 347: 243– 259

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Mcmahon, T.A., Vogel, R.M., Pegram, G.G.S., Peel, M. and Etkin, D. 2007. Global streamflows – Part 2: Reservoir storage–yield performance. Journal of Hydrology, 347: 260-271 Mohagheghi, S., Del valle, Y., Venayagamoorthy, K. and Harley, R.G. 2007. A Proportional-Integrator Type Adaptive Critic DesignBased Neurocontroller for a Static Compensator in a Multimachine Power System. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 54(1): 86-96 Mohagheghi, S., Venayagamoorthy, K. and Harley, R.G. 2007. Optimal Wide Area Controller and State Predictor for a Power System. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 22(2): 693-705 Mohagheghi, S., Venayagamoorthy, K. and Harley, R.G. 2007. Optimal Neuro-Fuzzy External Controller for a STATCOM in the 12Bus Benchmark Power System. IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, 22(4): 2548-2558 Oladapo, A. 2007. A Quantitative Assessment of the Cost and Time Impact of Variation Orders on Construction Projects. Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, 5(1): 35-48 Owolawi, P.A. and Afullo, T. 2007. Rainfall Rate Modeling And Worst Month Statistics For Millimetric Line-Of-Sight Radio Links In South Africa. Radio Science, 42: 1-11 Parkinson, M.G. and Stretch, D.D. 2007. Breaching Timescales and Peak Outflows for Perched, Temporary Open Estuaries. Coastal Engineering Journal, 49(3): 267-290 Qiao, W. and Harley, R.G. 2007. Indirect adaptive external neurocontrol for a series capacitive reactance compensator based on a voltage source PWM converter in damping power oscillations. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 54(1): 77-85 Rajagopalan, S., Aller, M., Restrepo, J., Habetler, G. and Harley, R.G. 2007. Analytic-Wavelet-Ridge-Based Detection of Dynamic Eccentricity in Brushless Direct Current (BLDC) Motors Functioning Under Dynamic Operating Conditions. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 54(3): 1410-1419 Rajagopalan, S., Le roux, W., Habetler, G. and Harley, R.G. 2007. Dynamic Eccentricity and Demagnetized Rotor Magnet Detection in Trapezoidal Flux (Brushless DC) Motors Operating under Different Load Conditions. IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 22(5): 2061-2069

Trois, C. and Polster, A. 2007. Effective pine bark composting with the Dome Aeration Technology. Waste Management, 27(1): 96-105 Trois, C., Griffith, M.R., Mollekpf, N. and Brummack, J. 2007. Introducing mechanical biological waste treatment in South Africa: a comparative study. Waste Management, 27(11): 1706-1714 Trois, C., Marcello, A., Pretti, S., Trois, P. and Rossi, G. 2007. The environmental risk posed by small dumps of complex arsenic, antimony, nickel and cobalt suplhides. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 92(1): 83-95 Van der merwe, J., Dawoud, D.S. and Mc donald, S.A. 2007. A Fully Distributed Proactively Secure Threshold-Multisignature Scheme. IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 18(4): 1-14 Van der merwe, J., Dawoud, D.S. and Mc donald, S.A. 2007. A survey on peer-to-peer key management for mobile ad hoc networks. ACM Computing Surveys, 39(1): 1-45 Wu, L., Huang, X., Habetler, G. and Harley, R.G. 2007. Eliminating Load Oscillation Effects for Rotor Eccentricity Detection In ClosedLoop Drive-Connected Induction Motors. IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 22(4): 1543-1551

FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES Adewole, S.O. and Ojewole, J.A.O. 2007. Artocarpus communis Forst. Root-bark aqueous extract- and streptozotocin-induced ultrastructural and metabolic changes in hepatic tissues of Wistar rats. African Journal of Traditional Complimentary and Alternative Medicines, 4(4): 397-410 Adewole, S.O. and Ojewole, J.A.O. 2007. Hyperglycaemic effect of Artocarpus communis Forst (Moraceae) root-bark aqueous extract in Wistar rats. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 18(4): 221-227 Adewole, S.O. and Ojewole, J.A.O. 2007. Insulin-induced Immunohistochemical and Morphological Changes in Pancreatic B-Cells of Streptozotocin-treated Diabetic Rats. Methods and Findings in Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology, 29(7): 447-455 Bodenstein, J., Sunahara, R.K. and Neubig, R.R. 2007. N-terminal residues control proteasomal degradation of RGS2, RGS4, and RGS5 in human embryonic kidney 293 cells. Molecular Pharmacology, 71: 1040-1050

Rivers-moore, N.A. and Jewitt, G.P.W. 2007. Adaptive management and water temperature variability within a South African river system: What are the management options? Journal of Environmental Management, 82: 39-50

Boyle, G.A., Govender, T., Karpoormath, R. and Kruger, H.G. 2007. exo-8,exo-11-Divinylpentacyclo-[5.4.0.02,6.03,10.05,6] undecane-endo-8,endo-11-diol. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63: 03977

Rotich, J.K., Jewitt, G.P.W., Kongo, V.M. and Lorentz, S.A. 2007. The influence of tillage on field scale water fluxes and maize yields in semi-arid environments: A case study of Potshini catchment, South Africa. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 32: 1117-1126

Boyle, G.A., Govender, T., Karpoormath, R. and Kruger, H.G. 2007. exo-8,exo-11-Diallylpentacyclo-[5.4.0.02,6.03,10.05,9] undecane-endo-8-endo-11-diol. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63: o4797

Tallam, J., Lee, S., Stone, G.C., Kliman, G.B., Yoo, J., Habetler, G. and Harley, R.G. 2007. A survey of methods for detecting of statorrelated faults in induction machines. IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 43(4): 920-933

Boyle, G.A., Govender, T., Kruger, H.G. and Maguire, G.E.M. 2007. (1R,4S)-(-)-3,3-Ethylenedioxy-1,7,7-trimethylbicyclo[2.2.1]heptan-2one. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63: o3765

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Boyle, G.A., Govender, T., Kruger, H.G. and Ndlovu, N.I. 2007. 8-Amino-11-hdroxypentacycloundecane-8,11-lactam . Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63: o3906 Boyle, G.A., Govender, T., Kruger, H.G., Maguire, G.E.M. and Naicker, S.K. 2007. (S)-(+)-2-Formamido-4-methylpentanoic acid. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63: o3445 Boyle, G.A., Govender, T., Kruger, H.G., Maguire, G.E.M., Negus, T.K. and Rademeyer, M. 2007. (S)-(+)-2-Formylamino-3methylbutanoic acid. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63: 03912 Dlamini, P.S., Kohi, T., Uys, L.R., Phetlhu, R., Chirwa, M.L., Naidoo, J.R., Holzemer, W.L., Greeff, M. and Makoae, L.N. 2007. Verbal and Physical Abuse and Neglect as Manifestations of HIV/ AIDS Stigma in Five African Countries. Public Health Nursing, 24(5): 389-399 Du toit, K. and Carnelley, M. 2007. ICD Diagnostic Codes and the Constitutional Rights of Patients. Obiter, 28(3): 537-561 Engelbrecht, C. and Kasiram, M.I. 2007. Assessing and Serving Families and Communities Responsibly: Challenges Posed in an Urban, Marginalised Setting. South African Family Practice, 49(9): 4-8 Feldheim, K.A., Stow, A.J., Ahonen, H., Chapman, D.D., Shivji, M., Peddemors, V.M. and Wintner, S. 2007. PRIMER NOTE Polymorphic microsatellite markers for studies of the conservation and reproductive genetics of imperilled sand tiger sharks (Carcharias taurus). Molecular Ecology Notes, 7(6): 1366-1368 Govinden, U., Mocktar, C., Moodley, P., Sturm, A.W. and Essack, S.Y. 2007. Geographical evolution of the CTX-M beta-lactamase-an update. African Journal of Biotechnology, 6(7): 831-839 Hansraj, R. 2007. Night Vision of the post-lasik myope. The South African Optometrist, 66(4): 138-146 Harty, M., Joseph, L., Wilder, J. and Rajaram, P. 2007. Social support and families of children with disabilities:Towards positive family functioning. South African Journal of Occupational Therapy, 37(3): 18-21 Holzemer, W.L., Cuca, Y., Naidoo, J.R., Uys, L.R., Makoae, L.N., Stewart, A., Phetlhu, R., Dlamini, P.S., Greeff, M., Kohi, T. and Chirwa, M.L. 2007. A conceptual model of HIV/AIDS stigma from five African countries. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 58(6): 541-551 Kalyan, S., Nadasan, T. and Puckree, T. 2007. The Epidemiology of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)- a literature review. South African Journal of Physiotherapy, 63(3): 32-36 Mars, M. 2007. Telemedicine in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: from failure to cautious optimism. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 13(S3): 57-59 Mars, M. and Gregory, M.A. 2007. Compressed air massage: repeated treatment causes less muscle oedema than a single treatment. South African Journal of Physiotherapy, 63(2): 16-19

Mcinerney, P.A., Nicholas, P.K., Wantland, D., Corless, I.B., Ncama, B.P., Bhengu, B.R., Mcgibbon, C., Davis, S. and Gallagher, D.M. 2007. Characteristics of anti-tuberculosis medication adherence in South Africa. Applied Nursing Research, 20 (4): 164-170 Mocktar, C., Govinden, U., Sturm, A.W. and Essack, S.Y. 2007. TEM-145 and TEM-146 b-lactamases produced by Escherichia coli isolates from state hospitals in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. African Journal of Biotechnology, 6(5): 493-496 Moodley, L.M. and Rambiritch, V. 2007. An assessment of the level of knowledge about diabetes mellitus among diabetic patients in a primary healthcare setting. South African Family Practice, 49(10): 4-8 Moodliar, S., Moodley, J. and Esterhuizen, T.M. 2007. Complications associated with caesarean delivery in a setting with high HIV prevalence rates. European Journal of Obstetrics Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, 131(2): 138-145 Mosam, A., Sathar, M.A., Dawood, H., Cassol, E., Esterhuizen, T.M. and Coovadia, H.M. 2007. Effect of GB Virus C co-infection on response to generic HAART in African patients with HIV-1 clade C infection. AIDS, 21(10): 1377-1378 Mudly, S., Rambiritch, V. and Mayet, L. 2007. An identification of risk factors implicated in diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) in type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus. South African Family Practice, 49(10): 15 Munasur, A., Govender, T. and Mackraj, I. 2007. Using an experimental design to identify and quantify the effects of environment related test parameters on the in vitro mucoadhesivity testing of a propranolol buccal tablet. Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy, 33: 709-716 Musabayane, C.T., Gondwe, M., Kamadyaapa, D.R., Chuturgoon, A.A. and Ojewole, J.A.O. 2007. Effects of Ficus thonningii (Blume) [Morarceae] stem-bark ethanolic extract on blood glucose, cardiovascular and kidney functions of rats, and on kidney cell lines of the proximal (LLC-PK1) and distal tubules (MDBK). Renal Failure, 29(4): 389- 397 Naicker, M., Mclean, M., Esterhuizen, T.M. and Peters-futre, E.M. 2007. Poor peak dorsiflexor torque associated with incidence of ankle injury in elite field female hockey players. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 10: 363-371 Naidoo, J.R., Uys, L.R., Greeff, M., Holzemer, W.L., Makoae, L.N., Dlamini, P.S., Phetlhu, R., Chirwa, M.L. and Kohi, T. 2007. Urban and rural differences in HIV/AIDS stigma in five African countries. African Journal of AIDS Research, 6(1): 17-23 Naidoo, P., Jinabhai, C.C. and Taylor, M. 2007. Role and contribution of private healthcare sector doctors in the management of HIV-Infected patients in the eThekwini Metropolitan area of KwaZulu-Natal. The Southern African Journal of Epidemiology and Infection, 22(1): 13-17 Odisitse, S., Jackson, G.E., Govender, T., Kruger, H.G. and Singh, A. 2007. Chemical speciation of copper(II) diaminediamide derivative of pentacycloundecane - a potential anti-inflammatory agent. Dalton Transactions, n.a.: 1140-1149

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Oduntan, A.O., Louw, A., Moodley, V.R., Richter, M. and Von poser, P. 2007. Perceptions, expectations, apprehensions and realities of graduating South African optometry students (PEAR study, 2006). The South African Optometrist, 66(3): 94-108 Ojewole, J.A.O. 2007. African traditional medicines for erectile dysfunction: elusive dream or imminent reality? Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 18(4): 213-215 Ojewole, J.A.O. 2007. Analgesic, anti-inflammatory and hypoglycaemic effects of Rhus chirindensis (Baker F.) [Anacardiaceae] stem-bark aqueous extract in mice and rats. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 113: 338-345 Ojewole, J.A.O. 2007. Anticonvulsant effect of Sclerocarya birrea (A. Rich.) Hochst. subsp. caffra (Sond.) Kokwaro (Anacardiaceae) stem-bark aqueous extract in mice. Journal of Natural Medicines, 61: 67-72

Reddy, J. and Mcinerney, P.A. 2007. The experiences of mothers who were implementing Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) at a Regional Hospital in KwaZulu-Natal. Curationis, 30 (3): 62-67 Rose, S.C., Chipps, J. and Peters-futre, E.M. 2007. Fluid Use in Mountain Bikers-self- reported practices. The South African Journal of Sport Medicine, 19 (2): 52-58 Shepherd, J. and Mcinerney, P.A. 2007. Knowledge of breast selfexamination in women in Sierra Leone. Curationis, 30(4): 38 - 44 Singh, B. and Lazarus (ramsaroop), L. 2007. Upper limb sympathectomy: a historical reappraisal of the surgical anatomy. Clinical Anatomy, 20(8): 863-867 Singh, N., Rambiritch, V. and Mayet, L. 2007. An evaluation of postprandial glucose excursions in type 2 diabetic mellitus subjects on Monotard HM (ge)versus Humulin N or Humulin L insulin. each in combination with metformin. South African Family Practice, 49(5): 14

Ojewole, J.A.O. and Adewole, S.O. 2007. Hypoglycaemic and hypotensive effects of Globimetula cupulata (DC) Van Tieghem (Loranthaceae) aqueous leaf extract in rats. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 18(1): 9-15

Suleman, A.B. and Rambiritch, V. 2007. Role of gastroscopy in gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD). South African Family Practice, 49(8): 16

Ojewole, J.A.O. and Drewes, S.E. 2007. Hypoglycaemic effect of Eriosema kraussianum N.E. Br. [Fabaceae] rootstock hydro-alcohol extract in rats. Journal of Natural Medicines, 61: 244-250

Van Vuuren, B., Zinzen, E., Van Heerden, J., Becker, P.J. and Meeusen, R. 2007. Work and Family Support Systems and the Prevalence of Lower back Problems in a South African Steel Industry. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 17(3): 409-421

Ojewole, J.A.O., Kamadyaapa, D.R., Gondwe, M., Moodley, K. and Musabayane, C.T. 2007. Cardiovascular effects of Persea americana Mill (Lauraceae) (Avocado) leaf aqueous leaf extract in experimental animals. Cardiovascular Journal of Africa, 18 (2): 69 – 76 Panday, S., Kathard, H., Pillay, M. and Govender, C.D. 2007. Development of a Zulu Speech Reception Threshold Test for Zulu First Language Speakers in Kwa Zulu-Natal. South African Journal of Communication Disorders, 54: 111-122 Patel, R., Pillay, V., Choonara, Y.E. and Govender, T. 2007. A novel cellulose-based hydrophilic wafer matrix for rapid bioactive delivery. Journal of Bioactive and Compatible Polymers, 22: 119-142 Puckree, T. 2007. The Abdominal muscles- a Functional review. South African Journal of Physiotherapy, 63(1): 18-21 Puckree, T., Govender, A., Govender, K. and Naidoo, P. 2007. The Quadriceps angle and the incidence of knee injury in Indian longdistance runners. The South African Journal of Sport Medicine, 19(1): 5-10 Rambiritch, V., Pillai, G., Maharaj, B. and Robertson, L.I. 2007. Glibenclamide - which dose? SAMJ South African Medical Journal, 97(7): 476 Ranjith, N., Pegoraro, R.J., Naidoo, D.P. and Esterhuizen, T.M. 2007. Metabolic syndrome in young Asian Indian patients with myocardial infarction. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 18(4): 228-33 Ranjith, N., Pegoraro, R.J., Naidoo, D.P., Kaloo, A.S. and Esterhuizen, T.M. 2007. The Role of Echocardiography and its Comparison with NT-proBNP Measurements in Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction. Medical Science Monitor, 13(12): CR574-578

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FACULTY OF HUMANITIES, DEVELOPMENT & SOCIAL SCIENCES Adato, M., Lund, F.J. and Mhlongo, P.N. 2007. Methodological innovations in research on the dynamics of poverty: A longitudinal study in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. World Development, 35(2): 247-263 Aguero, J., Carter, M. and May, J.D. 2007. Poverty and Inequality in the First Decade of South Africa’s Democracy: What can be learnt from Panel Data from KwaZulu-Natal? Journal of African Economies, 16(5): 782-812 Baker, D.P. 2007. Agency Theory: A New Model of Civil-Military Relations for Africa? African Journal on Conflict Resolution, 7 (1): 113-136 Baker, D.P. 2007. Perceiving God? A Critical Analysis of William Alston’s Reformed Epistemology. Scriptura, 94 (1): 115 – 127 Baker, D.P. 2007. The AU Standby Force and the Challenge of Somalia. African Security Review, 16 (2): 120 – 123 Baker, D.P. and Gumedze, S. 2007. Private military/security companies and human security in Africa. African Security Review, 16(4): 1-5 Baker, D.P. and Roberts, D.J. 2007. Extending Just War Theory: The jus ad bellum and the Capabilities Approach to Armed Conflict. Scientia Militaria: South African Journal of Military Studies, 35 (2): 21 – 38

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Ballantine, C.J. 2007. South Africa (Opera Africa stage Bellini). Opera, 58:2: 190-92 Ballard, R.J., Bonnin, D.R., Robinson, J.D. and Xaba, T.T. 2007. Development and new forms of democracy in eThekwini. Urban Forum, 18: 265-287 Barrett, L., Henzi, S.P. and Rendall, D. 2007. Social brains, simple minds: does social complexity really require cognitive complexity? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 362: 561-575 Bell, F.R. 2007. Service-learning in LIS education: the case of the University of Natal’s Inadi initiative. South African Journal of Libraries and Information Science, 73 (2): 147-155

Bond, P.M. and Wilson, J.Z. 2007. A water policy revolution? Global Social Policy: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Public Policy and Social Development, 7(2): 143-146 Breckenridge, K.D. 2007. Fighting for a White South Africa: White Working-Class Racism and the 1922 Rand Revolt. South African Historical Journal, 57: 228-243 Brown, L.R. 2007. The Joy of Suffering: Nietzsche, Theodicy and Women’s Bodies. South African Journal of Philosophy, 26 (1): 31-43 Canonici, N.N. 2007. Axel Olrik’s “Epic Laws of folk Narratives” in a Zulu Folktale. Southern African Journal for Folklore Studies, 17(1): 1-14

Belpaeme, A. and Cowley, S.J. 2007. Extending symbol grounding. Interaction Studies, 8(1): 1-6

Carter, M., May, J.D., Aguero, J. and Ravindranath, S. 2007. The Economic Impacts of Premature Adult Mortality: Panel Data Evidence from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. AIDS, 21(7): S67-S73

Blackbeard, D.R. and Lindegger, G.C. 2007. Building a wall around themselves:exploring adolescent masculinity and abjection with photo-biographical research. South African Journal of Psychology, 37(1): 25-46

Chao, L., Gow, J., Akintola, O.O. and Pauly, M. 2007. Perceptions of Community HIV Prevalence, Own HIV Infection and Condom Use among Teachers in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. AIDS and Behavior, 11(3): 453-462

Bond, P.M. 2007. Anti-G8-Bewegungen Ein Internationaler Vergleich. Welt Trends: Internationale Politik und Vergleichende Studien, 55: 37-52

Chapman, M.J.F. 2007. ‘World Literature’: The Value of an Unstable Category. English Academy Review, 24(1): 3-22

Bond, P.M. 2007. Competing Explanations of Zimbabwe’s Long Economic Crisis. Safundi: Journal of South African and American Comparative Studies, 8(2): 149-181

Chirkut, S. and Sitaram, R. 2007. The impact of the Hindu Festival of Ram Navmi on the Cultural Identity of Hindu Married Women in the South African Diaspora. Nidan: Journal for the Study of Hinduism, 19: 23-35

Bond, P.M. 2007. Dévelopement Urbain Inégal, Financiarisation et Accès à L’eau en Afrique. Alternatives Sud, 14 (2): 53-82

Collings, S.J. 2007. Criminal justice outcomes in child rape: A caseflow analysis. Acta Criminologica, 20(4): 14-18

Bond, P.M. 2007. Introduction : Two economies – or one system of superexploitation. Africanus, 37 (2): 1-21

Collings, S.J. 2007. Emerging issues in research on school-based sexual abuse prevention programmes. Child Abuse Research in South africa, 8(2): 60-68

Bond, P.M. 2007. Linking Below, Across and Against World Social Forum Weaknesses, Global Governance Gaps, and the Global Justice Movement’s Strategic Dilemmas. Development Dialogue, 49: 81-96 Bond, P.M. 2007. Microcredit Evangelism, Health and Social Policy. International Journal of Health Services, 37(2): 229-249 Bond, P.M. 2007. Privatization of the Air turns Lethal: “Pay to Pollute” Principle Kills South African Activist Sajida Khan. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 18(4): 6-37 Bond, P.M. 2007. South Africa between Neoliberalism and Social Democracy? Respecting Balance while Sharpening Differences. Politikon, 34(2): 125-146 Bond, P.M. 2007. The Dispossession of African Wealth at the Cost of Africa’s Health. International Journal of Health Services, 37 (1): 171-192

Collings, S.J. 2007. Nonsupportive disclosure in child sexual abuse: Confidants’ characteristics and reactions. Psychological Reports, 100: 768-770 Corbella, N. and Collings, S.J. 2007. The news about child sexual abuse: An analysis of reports in the South African English language press. Social Behavior and Personality, 35(3): 387-398 Coullie, J.E. 2007. Remembering to forget: Testimony, collective memory and the genesis of the ‘new’ South African nation in Country of My Skull. Current Writing, 19 (2): 122-141 Couper, S.E. and Khumalo, V. 2007. Chief Albert Luthuli and the Bantustan Question. Journal of Natal and Zulu History, 24 & 25: 240 Cowley, S.J. 2007. How human infants deal with symbol grounding. Interaction Studies, 8(1): 83-104

Bond, P.M. 2007. Two Economies, Microcredit and the Accelerated and Shared Growth Initiative for South Africa. Africanus, 37(2): 216230

Craighead, C.L. and Young, M.E. 2007. A Luta Continua: A reponsive intervention in Warwick Triangle Durban. South African Theatre Journal, 21: 135 - 148

Bond, P.M. and Dada, R. 2007. A Death in Durban: Capitalist Patriarchy, Global Warming Gimmickry and our Responsibility for Rubbish. Agenda, 73: 46-56

Dansoh, W.A., Stilwell, C. and Leach, A.B. 2007. “The information was hard and tough”: low-cost housing information in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. Libri, 55: 170-180

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De Gruchy, S.M. 2007. An Olive Agenda: first Thoughts on a Metaphorical Theology of Development. Ecumenical Review, 59(2-3): 333-345 De Gruchy, S.M. 2007. On not abandoning Church Theology: Dirk Smit on church and politics. NGTT: Ned Geref Teologiese Tydskrif, 48(1&2): 356-365 De Gruchy, S.M. 2007. Relearning our mother tongue? Theology in dialogue with public health”. Religion and Theology, 14(1-2): 47-67 De Meyer, B.A. 2007. De Ouologuem à Bessora: l’inscription de la littérature dans les oeuvres littéraires africaines francophones postcoloniales. Lendemains, 126/127: 162-172 De Villiers, H.M.M. 2007. Aan die oorkant (2004) deur Kasha Potgieter: Van Duskant na Oorkant. Stilet: Tydskrif vir die Afrikaanse Letterkundevereniging, XIX:1: 133 - 145 Decock, P.B. 2007. The works of God, of Christ, and of the Faithful in the Apocalypse of John. Neotestamentica: Journal of the New Testament Society of South Africa, 41(1): 37-66 Denis, P.M.B.R. 2007. Indians versus Russians: An Oral History of the Political Violence in Nxamalala. Journal of Natal and Zulu History, 24-25: 64-94 Denis, P.M.B.R. 2007. Missionaries from within: the contribution of indigenous clergy to evangelisation in Southern Africa. Studia Historiae Ecclesiastical, 33(1): 57-69 Denis, P.M.B.R. 2007. Prayers and Rituals to the Ancestors as Vehicles of Resilience Coping with Political Violence in Nxamalala,(1987-1991). Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 128: 37-52 Dimitriu, I. 2007. The Unbearable Simulacrum of Being The Double Vision of ‘Home’ and ‘Exile’ in Kundera and Breytenbach. Scrutiny2, 12(1): 107-118 Dimitriu, I. 2007. Translating and Being Translated an interview with Antjie Krog. Scrutiny2, 12 (2): 135-153 Dimitriu, I. and Mann, C. 2007. Creation and Translation Ileana Dimitriu and Chris Mann in Conversation. Current Writing, 19(1): 2152 Dixon, J.A., Durrheim, K.L. and Tredoux, C. 2007. Intergroup contact and attitudes toward the principle and practice of racial equality. Psychological Science, 18(10): 867-872 Durrheim, K.L., Boettiger, M., Essack, Z., Maarschalk, S.N. and Ranchod, C. 2007. The colour of success: A qualitative study of affirmative action attitudes of black academics in South Africa. Transformation, 64: 112-139 Engelbrecht, C. and Kasiram, M.I. 2007. Assessing and Serving Families and Communities Responsibly: Challenges Posed in an Urban, Marginalised Setting. South African Family Practice, 49(9): 4-8 Essack, Z. and Quayle, M.F. 2007. Students’ perceptions of a University access (bridging) programme for social science, commerce and humanities. Perspectives in Education, 25(1): 71-84

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Farland, D.J. 2007. ‘African Intuitions’ and moral theory. South African Journal of Philosophy, 26(4): 356 -363 Farland, D.J. 2007. Principles, the methodological challenge and our obligations to the worst-off. South African Journal of Philosophy, 26(2): 133 - 142 Franke, V.M. 2007. Structure and Context in the orchestral compositions of Hendrik Hofmeyr. Musicus, 35(2): 41-56 Freund, W.M. 2007. South Africa : The End of Apartheid & the Emergence of the ‘BEE Elite’. Review of African Political Economy, 34 (114): 661-678 Freund, W.M. 2007. South Africa as Developmental State? Africanus, 37(2): 191-197 Gathiram, N. 2007. Economic empowerment of physically disabled people in South Africa: challenges and prospects. Journal of Social Development in Africa, 22(1): 143-164 Gathogo, J.M. and Phiri, I.A. 2007. The Significance of African Religion in the Reconstruction of post cold war Africa. Theologia Viatorum: Journal of Theology and Religion in Africa, 31/1: 43-71 Gathogo, J.M. and Phiri, I.A. 2007. The use of Ancestral Resources in combating HIV and AIDS: Mundurume’s tasks. Journal of Constructive Theology, 13(1): 3-26 Giddy, J.P. 2007. Does Character Matter? Guardian Values in an Age of Commerce. Theoria: A Journal of Social and Political Theory, 113: 53-75 Gopal, N.D. and Stears, M. 2007. An alternative approach to assessing science competencies. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 11(2): 15-24 Govender, J.P., Khan, S. and Moodley, S. 2007. Adapting to participatory forms of development planning in the eThekwini Municipality. Africanus, 37(1): 66-78 Green, M.M. 2007. The Bitter History of Sweetness: Metaphor and Materiality in Daphne Rooke’s Ratoons’. English in Africa, 34(1): 43-57 Green, M.M. 2007. The Future in the Post: Utopia and the Fiction of the New South Africa. Zeitschrift fur Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 55(1): 69-85 Guest, W.R. 2007. The “Row about the Great Diamond”: The Presentation of the Cullinan Diamond to the British Crown, 1907. Historia, 52(2): 112-124 Hamilton, L. 2007. Land Reform: Is the Problem in the Constitution? New Agenda: South African Journal of Economic and Social Policy, 25 (First Quarter 2007): 20-24 Henzi, S.P. and Barrett, L. 2007. Coexistence in female-bonded primate groups. Advances in the Study of Behavior, 37: 43-81 Henzi, S.P., De Sousa Pereira, L.F., Hawker-bond, D., Stiller, J., Dunbar, R. and Barrett, L. 2007. Look who’s talking: developmental trends in the size of conversational cliques. Evolution and Human Behavior, 28: 66-74

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Hilton, J.L. 2007. The Influence of Roman Law on the Practice of Slavery at the Cape of Good Hope (1652-1834). Acta Classica, 50: 1-14 Hiralal, K. 2007. Indian Family Businesses in South Africa:18702004. Anthropologist: International Journal of Contemporary and Applied Studies of Man, Special Issue no2: 99-108 Hiralal, K. 2007. Resurrection of an Identity: The Sikh Community in Durban, South Africa. Oriental Anthropologist, 7(1): 91-108 Hollmann, J. 2007. Kaggen’s code: paintings of moths in southern Africa hunter-gatherer rock art. Southern African Humanities, 19: 83-101 Hollmann, J. 2007. The ‘cutting edge’ of rock art: motifs and other markings on Driekuil Hill, North West Province, South Africa. Southern African Humanities, 19: 123 -151 Hosegood, V., Preston-Whyte, E.M., Busza, J., Moitse, S. and Timaeus, I.M. 2007. Revealing the full extent of households’ experiences of HIV and AIDS in rural South Africa. Social Science & Medicine, 65(6): 1249-1259 Hunter, N.B. 2007. Crisis in social reproduction and home-based care. Africanus, 37(2): 231-243 Isike, C.A., Ojakorotu, V. and Okeke-uzodike, N.I. 2007. The Internationalisation of the Niger Delta Crisis: A Function of the Globalization of Human Rights. Africa Insight, 37 (1): 19-43 Joseph, L. and Lindegger, G.C. 2007. The construction of adolescent masculinity by visually impaired adolscents. Pins: Psychology in Society, 35: 73-90 Kearney, J.A. 2007. Transcultural Journeys in Mahjoub’s Historical Novels. Research in African Literatures, 38(4): 127-140 Kemoni, H.N. and Ngulube, P. 2007. National archives and the effective management of public sector records in Kenya. Mousaion, 25(2): 120-140 Kemoni, H.N., Ngulube, P. and Stilwell, C. 2007. Public records and archives as tools for good governance: reflections within the recordkeeping scholarly and practitioner communities. ESARBICA Journal, 26: 3-23 Kumalo, S.R. 2007. Teaching to transform: Proposing a transformation-centered christian education approach for South African Church. Practical Theology in South Africa, 22(2): 100-121

Lenta, M.M. 2007. De-authorising a Biography: Suresh Roberts versus Gordimer. Current Writing, 19 (1): 87-102 Lenta, P.J.P. 2007. “The Literary Judge”. Stellenbosch Law Review, 18(2): 313-330 Lenta, P.J.P. 2007. Deterrence and Capital Punishment. SA Public Law, 22: 385-404 Lenta, P.J.P. 2007. Muslim Headscarves in the Workplace and in Schools. South African Law Journal, 124(2): 296-319 Lindegger, G.C., Quayle, M.F. and Ndlovu, M.N. 2007. Local knowledge and experiences of vaccination: Implications for HIVpreventive vaccine trials in South Africa. Health Education & Behavior, 34(1): 108-123 Lombard, M. 2007. Evidence for change in Middle stone Age hunting behaviour at Blombos Cave: results of a macrofracture analysis. South African Archaeological Bulletin, 62(185): 62-76 Lombard, M. 2007. The gripping nature of ochre: the association of ochre with Howiesons Poort adhesives and Later Stone Age mastics from South Africa. Journal of Human Evolution, 53: 406-419 Loots, L.J. 2007. Women, food and biopolitics: gender debates for Southern Africa. Agenda, 73: 79 - 91 Low, M.M., Ballard, R.J. and Maharaj, B. 2007. Dilemmas of representation in post-apartheid Durban. Urban Forum, 18: 247-264 Magni, S.P. and Reddy, V. 2007. Performative Queer Identities: Masculinities and Public Bathroom Usage. Sexualities: Studies in Culture and Society, 10(2): 229-242 Maharaj, P. and Munthree, C. 2007. Coerced first sexual intercourse and selected reproductive health outcomes among young women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Journal of Biosocial Science, 39(2): 231-244 Mapadimeng, S.M. 2007. Ubuntu/botho, the work-place and ‘two economies’. Africanus, 37(2): 257-271 Maponya, P.M. and Ngulube, P. 2007. The state of estuarine knowledge of the communities of the Tyolomnqa Estuary in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. South African Journal of Libraries and Information Science, 73(1): 75-83 Marks, M.M. and Wood, J.D. 2007. The South African policing ‘nexus’: Charting the policing landscape in Durban. South African Review of Sociology, 38(2): 134-160

Kumalo, S.R. 2007. The palace, the parish and the power: ChurchState relations in Rwanda and the genocide. Studia Historiae Ecclesiastical, xxx iii (2): 211-233

Mathe, S.Z. 2007. Juvenile Sexual Offenders: We are the Sons of our Fathers. Agenda, 1,3: 133-140

Kumar Penumala, P.K. 2007. European Colonies and the Emergence of Hinduism in Southern and East Africa. Nidan: Journal for the Study of Hinduism, 19: 89-101

Mathe, S.Z. 2007. The Responsiveness of Sexual Offenders to a Therapeutic Group Work Programme at Westville Medium B Prison. Social Work: A Professional Journal for the Social Worker, 43(4): 392406

Kumar Penumala, P.K. 2007. Urbanism and the “Death of Religion”: Strategies of Religious Manifestation in Modern Society. Journal for the Study of Religion, 20(1): 43-56

May, J.D. and Meth, C.E. 2007. Dualism or underdevelopment in South Africa: What does a quantitative assessment of poverty, inequality and employment reveal? Development Southern Africa, 24(2): 271-288

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May, J.D., Aguero, J., Carter, J. and Timaeus, I.M. 2007. The KwaZulu-Natal Income Dynamics Study (KIDS) third wave: methods, first findings and an agenda for future research. Development Southern Africa, 24(5): 629-648 Meskin, T. and Van Der Walt, T.L. 2007. Approaching Macbeth through representation, participation and facilitation - a theatre-ineducation ‘adventure’. South African Theatre Journal, 21: 75-91 Meth, C.E. 2007. ‘Rational ignorance’ and South African poverty statistics. Africanus, 37(2): 81-110 Meyer, W.H. and Niven, P.M. 2007. Critical reflections on the role of identity in two respondents’ formative assessment practices. English Academy Review, 24 (2): 121-133 Mitchell, C.J. and Humphries, H.R. 2007. From notions of charity to social justice in service-learning: The complex experience of communities. Education as Change, 11(3): 47-58 Molver, Z.E. 2007. “But he didn’t know how to read it...”: The Editing of Harold Strachan’s - Way up, Way out. English in Africa, 34(2): 51-66 Moore, D.B. 2007. “‘Intellectuals” Interpreting Zimbabwe’s Primitive Accumulation: Progress to Market Civilisation?’. Safundi: Journal of South African and American Comparative Studies, 8 (2): 199-222 Mubangizi, B.C. 2007. Service Delivery for Community Development: Reconciling efficiency and community participation with specific reference to a South African Rural Village. Journal of Public Administration, 42 (1): 4-17 Murove, M.F. 2007. The Shona Ethic of Ukama with Reference to the Immortality of Values. Mankind Quarterly, XLVIII (2): 179-189 Murove, M.F. and Mukuka, G.S. 2007. The Dominance of the Spirit of Neo-Liberal Capitalism in Contemporary Higher Education Practices in Post-Colonial Africa: A Reconstruction of an African Ethic of Indigenization. Africa Insight, 37(2): 215-227 Nadar, S. 2007. Contextual Theological Education in Africa and the Challenge of Globalization. Ecumenical Review, 59(2-3): 235-241 Naidu, U.M. 2007. Religion, Development, and Palaeo-Tourism Fossils and Ideas of Oneness at the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. Journal of Dharma, 32 (4): 463-474 Naidu, U.M. 2007. Taking Your God into the Classroom, Religious Education and Religion Education: The Westville Hindu School as an Alternate Model of Education. Nidan: Journal for the Study of Hinduism, 19: 59 - 79

Ndinda, C.N., Chimbwete, C., Mcgrath, N., Pool, R. and Magpie trial collaborative group, L. 2007. Community attitudes towards individuals living with HIV in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. AIDS Care-Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of Aids/Hiv, 19(1): 92-101 Ndunyu, L.N. 2007. Induced Abortion amongst Women in Kenya. Loyola Journal of Social Sciences, XXI(1): 9-28 Ngulube, P. 2007. Preserving South Africa’s paper trail and making public records available for present and future generations. ESARBICA Journal, 26: 45-69 Ngulube, P. 2007. Rowing upstream: promoting and disseminating LIS research in sub-Saharan Africa. South African Journal of Libraries and Information Science, 73(2): 130-135 Ngulube, P. 2007. The Achilles heel of the preservation of documentary materials in Sub Saharan Africa: knowledge and skills or funding? Restaurator-International Journal for the Preservation of Library and Archival Material, 28(3): 159-168 Noble, V. 2007. “Health is much too important a subject to be left to doctors”: African assistant health workers in Natal during the early Twenthieth Century. Journal of Natal and Zulu History, 24 & 25: 95134 Ntsimane, R.P. 2007. Navigating Turbulent Waters: The Challenges Facing Women Traditional Healers in Post-Apartheid KwaZulu-Natal. Journal of Constructive Theology, 13(1): 27-40 Ntsimane, R.P. 2007. The ukuhlonipha code of respect. Gender and cultural tensions around the Zulu nurses: A case of the Emmaus Mission Hospital. Studia Historiae Ecclesiastical, xxxiii(2): 115-133 Nurnberger, K.B. 2007. Ancestor veneration in the Church of Christ? Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 129: 54-69 Nyar, A. 2007. Understanding the place of women workers in the ‘Fourth World’. Agenda, 72: 111-123 Odendaal, N. 2007. Integrated Development Planning: an opportunity for planners to enable transformation? Town and Regional Planning, 51: 67-74 Odendaal, N. 2007. The Cato Manor Development Project in Durban, South Africa Urban Development through Innovation. American Behavioral Scientist, 50 (7): 935-945 Parkinson, J., Jackson, L.J., Kirkwood, T. and Padayachee, V. 2007. A scoffolded reading and writing course for foundation level science students. English for Specific Purposes, 26: 443-461

Ndinda, C., Okeke-Uzodike, N.I., Chimbwete, C. and Pool, R. 2007. Gender Relations in the Context of HIV/AIDS in Rural South Africa. Aids Care, 19(7): 844-849

Parle, J. 2007. The Voice of History? Patients, Privacy and Archival Research Ethics in Histories of Insanity. Journal of Natal and Zulu History, 24 and 25: 164-187

Ndinda, C.N., Adebayo, P.W. and Adebayo, A.A. 2007. The Role of the Church in Housing Provision: Implications for South Africa. Africa Insight, 37 (1): 76 - 93

Partab, R., Kasiram, M.I. and Dano, U.B. 2007. Is dying with dignity possible with HIV/AIDS? Social Work Practitioner Researcher, 19(1): 79-91

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Patel, R., Balakrishnan, R. and Narayan, U. 2007. Explorations on human rights Transgressing rights: La Via Campesina’s call for food sovereignty. Feminist Economics, 13(1): 87-116 Pattman, R.W. 2007. Student identities, and researching these, in a newly ‘racially’ merged university in South Africa. Race Ethnicity and Education, 10(4): 473 -492

Sheets, R., Toure, C., Hutubessy, R., Folb, P.I., Wassenaar, D.R., Barsdorf, N.W., Macklin, R., Wasserheit, J., Kieny, M..P., Hankins, C. and Osmanov, S. 2007. Executive summary and recommendations from WHO/UNAIDS and AAVP consultation on: ‘The inclusion of adolescents in HIV vaccine trials’ 16-18 March 2006 in Gaborone, Botswana. AIDS, 21: 1-10

Pillay (govender), R. and Matthias, C.R. 2007. A Problem of Disparity? An Analysis of Child Custody Criteria Applied by Family Counsellors in Divorce Cases. Social Work Practitioner Researcher, 19 (1): 26-39

Shefer, T. and Mankayi, N. 2007. The (hetero) sexualization of the military and the militarization of (hetero) sex: Discourses on male (hetero) sexual practices among a group of young men in the South African military. Sexualities: Studies in Culture and Society, 10(2): 189-207

Pramlall Ratilal, A. and Kasiram, M.I. 2007. Parents’ perceptions of behaviour problems among youth in Durban, South Africa. Social Work Practitioner Researcher, 19(2): 67-81

Shukla, U.D. 2007. Halting Language Shift: Hindi in South Africa. Nidan: Journal for the Study of Hinduism, 19: 37 - 58

Raju, R. and Stilwell, C. 2007. From adversarialism to cooperation: key implications of the new South African labour dispensation for the library and information sector. Mousaion, 25(1): 1-20 Rakoczy, S.F. 2007. The Witness of Community Life: Bonhoeffer’s Life Together and the Taizé Community. Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 127: 43-62 Ramrathan, P., Khan, F., Khan, S. and Reddy, H.V. 2007. An exploration of pupil enrolment projects within KwaZulu-Natal: implications for teacher demand analysis. South African Journal of Higher Education, 21(1): 163-180 Raniga, T. 2007. A Critique of the South African National Life-skills and HIV/AIDS School Policy: Lessons for Policy Adjustment. Social Work: A Professional Journal for the Social Worker, 43(1): 66-76 Reddy, V. and Bennett, J. 2007. “Feeling the disconnect”: Teaching sexualities and gender in South African higher education. Feminist Africa, 9: 43-62 Richardson, R.N. 2007. Sanctorum Communio in a time of reconstruction? Theological pointers for the church in South Africa. Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 127: 96-115 Ross, D. and Spurrett, D.J. 2007. Notions of Cause: Russell’s thesis revisited. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 58(1): 45-76 Roussouw, J. and Padayachee, M. 2007. A study on inflation credibility among students at the University of Pretoria. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, 10(1): 146-154 Roux, A.T. and De Gruchy, S.M. 2007. Unfreedom, the Holy Spirit and Development: On being Church. Scriptura, 94: 53-64 Sewpaul, V. 2007. Debate Challenging East-West value dichotomies and essentialising discourse in culture and social work. International Journal of Social Welfare, 16(4): 398-407 Sewpaul, V. 2007. Power, discourse and ideology: Challenging essentialist notions of race and identity in institutions of higher learning in South Africa. Social Work: A Professional Journal for the Social Worker, 43(1): 16-27

Simpson, B. 2007. Social work in faith-based organisations:An exploratory study. Social Work Practitioner Researcher, 19(3): 41-58 Singh, A. 2007. 50 Years after Hilda Kuper: Case studies of courtship and marriage in the Hindustani community in Durban. Anthropologist: International Journal of Contemporary and Applied Studies of Man, 9(2): 151-159 Singh, A. 2007. A historical reconstruction of political, social and economic challenges among people of Indian origin in post-apartheid South Africa. Oriental Anthropologist, 7(1): 1-16 Singh, A. 2007. Indian Communities Abroad: Globalisation, Adaptation and Renegotiation of Identity. Anthropologist: International Journal of Contemporary and Applied Studies of Man, Special Issue (2): 1-8 Singh, S. 2007. Alternatives to Imprisonment in South Africa: A Historical Perspective, 1980’s to present. New Contree, 53: 111-134 Singh, S. 2007. Being a Criminology Ethnographer in a South African Prison: A Search for Dynamics and Prevalence of HIV/AIDS in Westville Prison, Durban, South Africa. Journal of Social Sciences, 15(1): 71-82 Singh, S. 2007. Substance Abuse: The Scourge in the Indian Community in Durban, South Africa. Oriental Anthropologist, 7(1): 156-175 Siwila, L. and Phiri, I.A. 2007. Care giving in times of HIV and AIDS, when hospitality is a threat to African women’s lives: A gendered theological examination of the theology of hospitality. Journal of Constructive Theology, 13(1): 73-87 Slack, C.M., Strode, A.E. and Mamashela, M. 2007. Ethical-Legal Challenges in Adolescent HIV Vaccine Trials. Southern African Journal of HIV Medicine, 12: 12-13 Sooryamoorthy, R. 2007. Behind the Scenes: Making Research Films in Sociology. International Sociology, 22(5): 547-563 Sooryamoorthy, R. 2007. Microcredit for Microenterprises or for Immediate Consumption Needs? Sociological Bulletin, 56(3): 401-413

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Sooryamoorthy, R. 2007. Understanding Consumerism in Kerala. Social Action New Delhi, 57(1): 1-13 Sooryamoorthy, R. and Shrum, W. 2007. Does the Internet Promote Collaboration and Productivity? Evidence from the Scientific Community in South Africa. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 12(2): 733-751 Sooryamoorthy, R., Duque, R.B., Ynalvez, M.A. and Shrum, W. 2007. Scientific Collaboration and the Kerala Model: Does the Internet make a Difference? Journal of International Development, 19: 982996 Stiebel, E.A. 2007. Going on (literary) pilgrimage. The development of literary trails with particular reference to KwaZulu-Natal. Scrutiny2, 12 (1): 93-106

Turner, N.S. 2007. The derivation and significance of place names at Ithala Game Reserve. Nomina Africana: Journal of the Names Society of Southern Africa, 21(1&2): 126-141 Turner, N.S. 2007. The Mnemonic Oral Tradition with Special Reference to the Management and Expression of Conflict in ZuluSpeaking Communities. Literator, 28(2): 75-99 Vahed, G.H.M. 2007. Adaptation and Integration of Indian migrants in Brisbane, Australia. Anthropologist: International Journal of Contemporary and Applied Studies of Man, 2: 37-51 Vahed, G.H.M. 2007. The “Beards” Versus the “Bards” among Indian Muslims in South Africa: a 21st century story of travelling cartoons and protests. Oriental Anthropologist, 7 (1): 109-128

Stobie, C. 2007. Representations of “the Other Side” in Nadine Gordimer’s ‘The House Gun’. Scrutiny2, 12(1): 63-76

Van Der Berg, D.Z. and David, D.E. 2007. Raka in die psige van die eietydse Afrikaner. Stilet: Tydskrif vir die Afrikaanse Letterkundevereniging, XIX:1: 49-67

Stobie, C. 2007. Shedding Skins: Metaphors of Race and Sexuality in the Writing of Tatamkhulu Afrika. Journal of Literary Studies, 23(2): 148-165

Van Der Westhuizen, C. 2007. Trade and Poverty: A Case Study of the South African Clothing Industry. Studies in Economics and Econometrics, 31(2): 109-124

Stobie, C. 2007. The Queer Celebratory in Ashraf Jamal’s Love Themes for the Wilderness. English in Africa, 34(2): 5-18

Van Doornum, B. 2007. Tshisiku Shelter and the Shashe-Limpopo confluence area hunter-gatherer sequence. Southern African Humanities, 19: 17-67

Strode, A.E., Slack, C.M., Wassenaar, D.R. and Singh, J.A. 2007. One step forward, two steps back – requiring ministerial approval for all ‘non-therapeutic’ health research involving minors. South African Medical Journal, 97(3): 200-202 Suraj Narayan, G. 2007. Women in management and occupational stress: Implications for family therapy. Social Work Practitioner Researcher, 19(2): 114-130 Tarantola, D., Macklin, R., Reed, Z., Kieny, M.-.P., Osmanov, S., Stobie, M.L. and Hankins, C. 2007. Ethical Considerations Related to the Provision of Care and Treatment in Vaccine Trials. Vaccine, 25(26): 4863-4874 Taylor, M., Dlamini, S.B., Nyawo, N.N., De Vries, H., Sathiparsad, R., Jinabhai, C.C., Huver, R. and Sullivan, K.R. 2007. The association between HIV testing and sexual behaviour amongst rural Zulu high school students in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The Southern African Journal of Epidemiology and Infection, 22 (1): 23-29 Taylor, M., Dlamini, S.B., Sathiparsad, R., Jinabhai, C.C. and De vries, H. 2007. Perceptions and attitudes of secondary school students in KwaZulu-Natal towards virginity testing. Health SA / Gesondheid, 12 (2): 27-36 Thompson, P.S. 2007. Crossroads of War: The people of Nkandla in the Zulu Rebellion of 1906. Scientia Militaria: South African Journal of Military Studies, 35(2): 95-127 Thompson, P.S. 2007. The Many Battles of Isandlwana: A Transformation in Historiography. Historia, 52(1): 172 - 217 Tomaselli, K.G. 2007. Handbook of Material Culture. Visual Anthropology, 20: 331-332

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Wadley, L. and Lombard, M. 2007. Small things in perspective: the contribution of our blind tests to micro-residue studies on archaeological stone tools. Journal of Archaeological Science, 34: 1001-1010 Ward, E.D. 2007. Listening with the Heart: the Meaning of Presence in Pastoral counselling. Theologia Viatorum: Journal of Theology and Religion in Africa, 31/1: 130-146 Warmback, A.E. and De Gruchy, S.M. 2007. Constructing an Oikotheology: The Anglican Diocese of Umzimvubu. Scriptura, 94: 100-111 Wassenaar, D.R. and Barsdorf, N.W. 2007. The ethical involvement of women in HIV vaccine trials in Africa: Discussion paper developed for the African AIDS vaccine Programme. Women & Health, 45(1): 37-50 Wessels, M.A. and Brown, D.J.B. 2007. Antjie Krog, Stephen Watson and the Metaphysics of Presence. Current Writing, 19(2): 24-48 Wessels, M.A. and Brown, D.J.B. 2007. The Discursive Character of the Xam Texts: A Consideration of the /Xam ‘Story of the Girl of the Early Race, who Made the Stars’. Folklore, 118(3): 307-324 West, G.O. 2007. The Bible and the female body in Ibandla lamaNazaretha: Isaiah Shembe and Jephthah’s daughter. Old Testament Essays (New Series), 20 (2): 489-509 Wildsmith-Cromarty, R. 2007. From ‘Adam’s Apoplexy’ to `Edge of Eternity’: An analysis of the names of rock climbs in the KwaZuluNatal area. Nomina Africana: Journal of the Names Society of Southern Africa, 21(1): 1-22

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Wright, J.B. 2007. Beyond the “Zulu Aftermath” : migrations, identities, histories. Journal of Natal and Zulu History, 24 & 25: 1-36 Wurz, S. and Lombard, M. 2007. 70 000-year-old geometric backed tools from the Howiesons Poort at Klasies River, South Africa: were they used for hunting? Southern African Humanities, 19: 1-16 Zondi, N.B. 2007. When marriage as an institution ceases to be a partnership: Contested issues of rape and other forms of sexual abuse as condoned by culture. Agenda, 74: 20-28

FACULTY OF LAW Bhamjee, S. and Hoctor, S.V. 2007. When is indecency ‘public’? Rose v Director of Public Prosecutions [2006] 1 WLR 2626 (QBD). Obiter, 28(2): 374-379

Cowling, M.G. 2007. Case Reviews - Criminal Procedure Amicus curiae - application for Admission as. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 20 (2): 270-288 Cowling, M.G. 2007. Recent Cases – Criminal Procedure Admission of guilt - payment of fine. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 20 (1): 92-110 Cowling, M.G. 2007. Recent cases – Criminal Procedure Admission of guilt - reduction of fine. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 20(3): 381-409 Crocker, A.D. and Pete, S.A. 2007. Letting Go of the Lash: The Extraordinary Tenacity and Prolonged Decline of Judicial Corporal Punishment in Britain and its Former Colonies in Africa: Part 1. Obiter, 28(2): 271-290

Bosch, S.J. 2007. Private security contractors and international humanitarain law - a skirmish for recognition in international armed conflicts. African Security Review, 16 (4): 34-52

Crocker, A.D. and Pete, S.A. 2007. Letting Go of the Lash: the Extraordinary Tenacity and Prolonged Decline of Judicial Corporal Punishment in Britain and its Former Colonies in Africa: Part 2. Obiter, 28(3): 465-501

Bosch, S.J. 2007. Voluntary Human Shields : status-less in the crosshairs? Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa, 2007 (XL): 322-349

Devenish, G.E. 2007. Legitimate expectation revisited: An apology for the recognition and application of its independent and substantive existence. De Jure, 40(1): 113-138

Carnelley, M. 2007. Case Reviews Forfeiture of Illegal Gambling Premises Owned by a Closed Corporation: National Director of Public Prosecutions v Mohunram 2006(1) SACR 554 (SCA). South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 20(1): 60-67

Devenish, G.E. 2007. The doctrine of precedent in South Africa. Obiter, 28(1): 1-22

Carnelley, M. 2007. Constitutional Challenges to School Rules. Obiter, 28(1): 143-153 Carnelley, M. 2007. Enforcement of the Maintenance Rights of a Spouse, Married in Terms of Islamic Law, in the South African Courts. Obiter, 28(2): 340-351 Carnelley, M. 2007. Gambling Machine Malfunctions, Programming Errors, Jackpot Payout Refusals and the Inevitable Dispute Between Patron Gambler and Casino. Tydskrif Vir Hedendaagse RomeinsHollandse Reg/Journal of Contemporary Roman-Dutch Law, 70(2): 319-328 Carnelley, M. 2007. South African Interactive (Internet) Gambling Regulation - The 2006 Developments. Speculum Juris, 21(2): 258265 Carnelley, M. 2007. The decision-making power of the gambling regulatory boards - judicial review and political interference. De Jure, 2007(1): 144-155 Christison, A.L. and Hoctor, S.V. 2007. Criminalisation of the violation of a grave and the violation of a dead body. Obiter, 28(1): 23-43 Cohen, T.J.A. 2007. Onus of Proof in Automatically Unfair Dismissals - Janda v First National Bank (2006) 27 ILJ 2627 (LC). Industrial Law Journal, 28: 1466 - 1473 Cohen, T.J.A. 2007. When Common Law and Labour Law collide some problems arising out of the termination of fixed-term contracts. SA Mercantile Law, 19(1): 26 -44

Devenish, G.E. 2007. The nature, evolution and operation of socio-economic rights in the South African Constitution. Tydskrif Vir Hedendaagse Romeins-Hollandse Reg/Journal of Contemporary Roman-Dutch Law, 70(1): 84-106 Du Plessis, M. 2007. Professor John Dugard: A South African Perspective. Leiden Journal of International Law, 20: 955-964 Du Plessis, M. 2007. The Thatcher case and the supposed delicacies of foreign affairs: a plea for a principled (and realistic) approach to the duty of government to ensure that South Africans abroad are not exposed to the death penalty. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 20(2): 143-158 Du Plessis, M. and Penfold, G. 2007. Bill of Rights Jurisprudence. Annual Survey of South African Law, review of 2005: 27-103 Du Plessis, M. and Stone, L. 2007. A Court not Found? African Human Rights Law Journal, 7(2): 522-544 Du Toit, K. and Carnelley, M. 2007. ICD Diagnostic Codes and the Constitutional Rights of Patients. Obiter, 28(3): 537-561 Freedman, D.W. 2007. Case Reviews Constitutional Application. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 2: 292-301 Freedman, D.W. 2007. Ex parte Kotze 2004 3 SA 74 (B). De Jure, 2: 418-425 Freedman, D.W. 2007. Fact or fiction: Non-delegation limits on parliament’s authority to delegate subordinate regulatory authority? Affordable Medicines Trust v Minister of Health 2006 3 SA 247 (CC). Tydskrif Vir Hedendaagse Romeins-Hollandse Reg/Journal of Contemporary Roman-Dutch Law, 1: 166-174

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Freedman, D.W. 2007. Recent Cases Constitutional Application. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 1: 123-136 Freedman, D.W. 2007. Recent Cases Constitutional Application. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 20(3): 420-435 Govender, K. 2007. The Reappraisal and Restructuring of Chapter 9 Institutions. SA Public Law, 22(1): 190-209 Hargovan, H. 2007. Restorative approaches to Justice: “Compulsory compassion” or victim Empowerment? Acta Criminologica, 20 (3): 113-123 Hargovan, H. 2007. Restorative Justice: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow – Making Sense of Shifting Perspectives in Crime Control and Criminal Justice in South Africa . Acta Criminologica, 20(1): 79-90 Hoctor, S.V. 2007. Attempted housebreaking with intent to commit a crime. Obiter, 28(3): 600-606 Hoctor, S.V. 2007. Case Reviews Specific Crimes. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 20(2): 260-269 Hoctor, S.V. 2007. Punishing the failure to comply with statutory duties in the event of an accident. Obiter, 28(2): 331-339 Hoctor, S.V. 2007. Recent Cases Specific Crimes. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 20(1): 78-92 Hoctor, S.V. 2007. Recent Cases Specific Crimes. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 20(3): 377-381 Hoctor, S.V. 2007. Sentencing reckless or negligent driving. Obiter, 28(1): 111-116 Hoctor, S.V. and Carnelley, M. 2007. Maintenance Arrears and the Rights of the Child. S v November 2006 1 SACR 213 (C). Journal of South African Law, 2007(1): 199-205 Jivan, U.A. 2007. From individual protection to recognition of relationships: Same-sex couples and the South African experience of sexual orientation reform. Law, Democracy and Development, 11: 19 - 46 Louw, A.M. 2007. An Anomaly Tolerated by the Law: Examining the Nature and Legal Significance of International Sports Governing Bodies. SA Public Law, 22: 210-253 Louw, A.M. 2007. Employment Based on a Fiction: Evaluating the Legitimacy of Traditional Notions of Contract in their Application to an Atypical Employment Relationship. Obiter, 28(2): 187-228 Louw, A.M. 2007. Suggestions for the Protection of Star Athletes and Other Famous Persons against Unauthorised Celebrity Merchandising in South Africa. SA Mercantile Law, 19(3): 272-301 Louw, A.M. 2007. Why South African Sport Should Say “No” to a State-Sanctioned South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee autocracy (Part 1). De Jure, 2: 257-276 Lumina, C.K. 2007. Counter-terrorism legislation and the protection of human rights: a survey of selected international practice. African Human Rights Law Journal, 7(1): 35-67

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Mcquoid-Mason, D.J. 2007. Disclosing the health status of public figures Privacy versus public interest – when may doctors make disclosures? SAMJ South African Medical Journal, 97(5): 334-338 Mcquoid-Mason, D.J. 2007. Disclosing the HIV status of deceased persons – ethical and legal implications. SAMJ South African Medical Journal, 97 (10): 920-923 Mcquoid-Mason, D.J. 2007. Routine testing for HIV – ethical and legal implications. SAMJ South African Medical Journal, 97(6): 416420 Mcquoid-Mason, D.J. 2007. The effect of the new Children’s Act on consent to HIV testing and access to contraceptives by children. SAMJ South African Medical Journal, 97(12): 1252-1253 Mofokeng, L.L. 2007. The Right to Freedom of Religion: An Apparently Misunderstood Aspect of Legal Diversity in South Africa. Law, Democracy and Development, 11: 121-131 Mubangizi, J.C. 2007. ‘Poverty Production’ and Human Rights in the African Context. Law, Democracy and Development, 11(1): 1 - 14 Penfold, G. and Du Plessis, M. 2007. Interdicts seeking to preserve constitutional rights - of losing litigants, interim interdicts pending appeal, and lessons from Canada. South African Law Journal, 124(3): 445-652 Pete, S.A. 2007. Falling on stony ground: Importing the penal practices of Europe into the prisons of colonial Natal (Part 2). Fundamina: A Journal of Legal History, 13(2): 111-125 Pillay (Govender), R. and Matthias, C.R. 2007. A Problem of Disparity? An Analysis of Child Custody Criteria Applied by Family Counsellors in Divorce Cases. Social Work Practitioner Researcher, 19 (1): 26-39 Reddi, M. 2007. Case Reviews General Principles of Liability: Legal causation and Novus Actus interveniens. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 20(2): 256 -259 Reddi, M. 2007. Cultural marriage practices and domestic violence: Tears or triumph for women in South Africa and India? Obiter, 28 (3): 502 - 517 Reddi, M. 2007. Domestic violence and abused women who kill: Private defence or private vengeance? South African Law Journal, 124 (1): 22-37 Reddi, M. 2007. Recent Cases: General Principles of Liability Common Purpose. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 20 (1): 75- 78 Slack, C.M., Strode, A.E. and Mamashela, M. 2007. Ethical-Legal Challenges in Adolescent HIV Vaccine Trials. Southern African Journal of HIV Medicine, 12: 12-13 Steyn, L. 2007. ‘Safe as houses’? Balancing a mortgagee’s security interest with a homeowner’s security of tenure. Law, Democracy and Development, 11: 101 - 119

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Strode, A.E. and Grant, B. 2007. A critical review of the extent to which the HIV/AIDS and Human Rights International Guidelines have been implemented in the Southern African Development Community. Obiter, 28(1): 71-83 Strode, A.E., Slack, C.M., Wassenaar, D.R. and Singh, J.A. 2007. One step forward, two steps back – requiring ministerial approval for all ‘non-therapeutic’ health research involving minors. South African Medical Journal, 97(3): 200-202 Whitear-Nel, N.J. 2007. Case Reviews Evidence. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 20(2): 288-292 Whitear-Nel, N.J. 2007. Recent Cases Evidence. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 20(1): 110-117 Whitear-Nel, N.J. 2007. Recent Cases Evidence. South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 20(3): 409-413 Wood-Bodley, M.C. 2007. Freedom of testation and the Bill of Rights: Minister of Education v Syfrets Trust Ltd NO. South African Law Journal, 124(4): 687-702

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES Baboolal, S. and Bharuthram, R. 2007. Two-scale numerical solution of the electromagnetic two-fluid plasma-Maxwell equations: Shock and soliton simulation. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 76: 3-7 Christison, A.L. and Hoctor, S.V. 2007. Criminalisation of the violation of a grave and the violation of a dead body. Obiter, 28(1): 23-43 Coldwell, D.A.L., Billsberry, J., Van Meurs, N. and Marsh, P. 2007. The Effects of Person-Organization Ethical fit on Employee Attraction and Retention: Towards a Testable Explanatory Model. Journal of Business Ethics, 10: 1Gida, P. and Ortlepp, K. 2007. Employment of people with disabilities: Implications for Human Resource Management practices. Acta Commercii, 2007: 135-150 Govender, J.P., Khan, S. and Moodley, S. 2007. Adapting to participatory forms of development in the eThekwini Municipality. Africanus, 37(1): 66-78 Lynham, S.A., Taylor, R.G., Naidoo, V. and Dooley, L.M. 2007. Corporate leadership for economic, social and political change: principles and practices learned from South African business leaders. Journal of Business and Society, 19(1&2): 172-186 Penceliah, Y. and Mathe, E.N.J. 2007. Afrocentric versus Eurocentric leadership: Towards an appropriate style for organizational effectiveness. Journal of Public Administration, 42(2): 149-159 Ramsaroop, A. and Brijball Parumasur, S. 2007. The prevalence and nature of sexual harassment in the workplace: A model for early identification and effective management thereof. SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, 33(2): 25-33

Sing, D. and Govender, V. 2007. Establishing enabling structures and measures for people with disabilities in the South African public service. Journal of Public Administration, 42(8): 786-797 Stainbank, L.J. and Harrod, H. 2007. Headline earnings per share: financial managers’ perceptions and actual disclosure practices in South Africa. Meditari: Accountancy Research, 15(1): 91-113 Stainbank, L.J. and Wells, M.J.C. 2007. Differential corporate reporting: Registered accountants’ and auditors’ views in South Africa. The SA Journal of Accounting Research, 21(1): 31-55 Subban, M., Nzimakwe, T.I. and Pillay, P. 2007. e-Government as an alternate service delivery strategy. Journal of Public Administration, 42(5): 235 - 246 Turner, A.I. and O’Neill, R.C. 2007. Confronting the inevitable: ISO 14001 Implementation and the Durban automotive cluster. South African Journal of Industrial Engineering, 18(2): 1-19 Von Keyserlingk, C. and Rhodes, B.D. 2007. Using Contingent Valuation in Hypothetical Settings: Estimating the WTP for an HIV/ AIDS Vaccine. Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 18: 71-89

FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE Akhalwaya, I.Y., Petruccione, F. and Fannes, M. 2007. Qubits in a random environment. Journal of Physics A-Mathematical and Theorectical, 40: 8069 - 8080. Allan, P. 2007. Evaluation and identification of old and new macadamia cultivars and selections at Pietermaritzburg. South African Journal of Plant and Soil, 24(2): 124-129. Allan, P. and Carlson, C.A. 2007. Progress and problems in rooting clonal Carica papaya cuttings. South African Journal of Plant and Soil, 24(1): 22-25. Allison, J.C.S., Pammenter, N.W. and Haslam, R.J. 2007. Why does sugarcane (Saccharum sp. hybrid) grow slowly? South African Journal of Botany, 73: 546-551. Altmann, J.A. and Ford, T.A. 2007. Ab initio calculations of some weakly bound dimers and complexes: II. The complexes of carbon dioxide with water and hydrogen sulphide. Journal of Molecular Structure-Theochem, 818: 85-92. Anandraj, A., Perissinotto, R. and Nozais, C. 2007. A comparative study of microalgal production in a marine versus a river-dominated temporarily open/closed estuary, South Africa. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 73: 768-780. Ananieva, K.I., Ananiev, E.D., Mishev, K., Georgieva, K., Malbeck, J., Kaminek, M. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Methyl jasmonate is a more effective senescence-promoting factor in Cucurbita pepo (zucchini) cotyledons when compared with darkness at the early stage of senescence. Journal of Plant Physiology, 164: 1179-1187.

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Anderson, T.R. 2007. Bridging the Gap Bridging the Educational Research-Teaching Practice Gap The importance of bridging the gap between science education research and its application in biochemistry teaching and learning: barriers and strategies. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 35 (6): 465-470. Anderson, T.R. 2007. Bridging the Gap Bridging the Educational Research-Teaching Practice Gap: The power of assessment. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 35 (6): 471-477. Andriopoulos, K. and Leach, P.G. 2007. Autonomous self-similar ordinary differential equations and the Painleve’ connection. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 328: 625-639 Andriopoulos, K. and Leach, P.G. 2007. Explicit integrability of the generalised ladder problem. Journal of the Physical Society of Japan, 76(5): 054001-1 to 054001-3. Andriopoulos, K. and Leach, P.G. 2007. Symmetry and singularity properties of second-order ordinary differential equations of Lie’s Type III. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 328: 860-875. Arlotti, L., Banasiak, J. and Lods, B. 2007. On transport equations driven by a non-divergence-free force field. Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences, 30: 2155-2177. Arthur, G.D., Burnett (Stirk), W.A., Novak, O., Hekera, P. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Occurrence of nutrients and plant hormones (cytokinins and IAA) in the water fern Salvinia molesta during growth and composting. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 61: 137144. Ascough, G., Erwin, J. and Van Staden, J. 2007. In vitro propagation of four Watsonia species. Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture, 88: 135-145. Ascough, G., Erwin, J. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Temperaturedependent seed germination in Watsonia species related to geographic distribution. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 650653. Assefa, Y., Mitchell, A., Conlong, D. and Moyai, P. 2007. DNA identification of Busseola (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) larvae in Ethiopian sugarcane. African Entomology, 15(2): 375-379. Audretsch, J., Klee, F.E. and Konrad, T. 2007. Monitoring Quantum Oscillations with very small Disturbance. Physics Letters A, 361: 212217. Baboolal, S. and Bharuthram, R. 2007. Two-scale numerical solution of the electromagnetic two-fluid plasma-Maxwell equations: Shock and soliton simulation. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 76: 3-7. Bairu, M.W., Burnett (Stirk), W.A., Dolezal, K. and Van staden, J. 2007. Optimizing the micropropagation protocol for the endangered Aloe polyphylla: can meta-topolin and its derivatives serve as replacement for benzyladenine and zeatin? Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture, 90: 15-23.

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Banasiak, J. 2007. Kinetic-type models with diffusion: conservative and nonconservative solutions. Transport Theory and Statistical Physics, 36 (1-3): 43-65. Banasiak, J. and Lachowicz, M. 2007. Around the Kato generation theorem for semigroups. Studia Mathematica, 179 (3): 217--238. Banasiak, J., Lachowicz, M. and Moszynski, M. 2007. Chaotic behavior of semigroups related to the process of gene amplificationdeamplification with cell proliferation. Mathematical Biosciences, 206 (2): 200-215. Banda, M.K. and Seaid, M. 2007. Relaxation WENO Schemes for Multi-dimensional Hyperbolic Systems of Conservation Laws. Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, 23: 1211-1334. Banda, M.K., Klar, A. and Seaid, M. 2007. A Lattice-Boltzmann Relaxation Scheme for Coupled convection-Radiation Systems. Journal of Computational Physics, 226: 1408-1431. Banzhaf, W. and Pillay, N. 2007. Why Complex Systems Engineering Needs Biological Development. Complexity, 13(2): 12-21. Barnett, C. and Scott, D. 2007. Spaces of Opposition: activism and deliberation in post-apartheid environmental politics. Environment and Planning A, 39: 2612-2631. Barnett, C. and Scott, D. 2007. The Reach of Citizenship Locating the Politics of Industrial Air Pollution in Durban and Beyond. Urban Forum, 18: 289-309. Barraclough, D. 2007. Proboscis labellar hooks in southern African species of Sepedon (Diptera: Schizophora: Sciomyzidae). African Invertebrates, 48 (2): 55-64. Barraclough, D. 2007. The distribution, ecology and phenology of the South African Natalimyzidae (Diptera: Schizophora: Sciomyzoidea). African Invertebrates, 48 (2): 253-257. Barrett, P.J. 2007. Love Almighty and Horrendous Evils - Recent theodicy in the light of the Science*. Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 129: 99-115. Battino, R., Dolson, D.A., Hall, M.R. and Letcher, T.M. 2007. Enthalpy of vaporization and vapour pressures: an inexpensive apparatus. Journal of Chemical Education, 84(5): 822-825. Beckett, R.P. and Minibayeva, F.V. 2007. Rapid breakdown of exogenous extracellular hydrogen peroxide by lichens. Physiologia Plantarum, 129: 588-596. Bester, S.P. and Nicholas, A. 2007. Apocynaceae Transfer of Schizoglossum umbelluliferum to Stenostelma, and its neotypification (Asclepiadoideae). Bothalia, 37(1): 48--51. Bester, S.P., Nicholas, A. and Condy, G. 2007. Stenostelma umbelluliferum (Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae). Flowering Plants of Africa, 60: 96--103.

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Billing, D.G., Lemmerer, A. and Rademeyer, M. 2007. Bis(1-phenylethylammonium) hexachloridostannate(IV) and bis(2-phenylethylammonium) hexachloridostannate(IV). Acta Crystallographica Section C-Crystal Structure Communications, C63: m101-m104. Birungi, Z., Masola, B., Zaranyika, M.F., Naigaga, I. and Marshall, B. 2007. Active biomonitoring of trace heavy metals using fish(Oreochromis niloticus) as bioindicator species. The case of Nakivubo wetland along Lake Victoria. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 32: 1350-1358. Bisetty, K., Kruger, H.G. and Perez, J. 2007. A molecular dynamics study of the pentacyclo-undecane (PCU) cage polypeptides of the type Ac-3Ala-Cage-3Ala-NHMe. Molecular Simulation, 33(13): 11051108. Bollig, C., Forbes, A. and Dlamini, T. 2007. Photonics in South Africa. Nature Photonics, 1: 673-675. Bosman, C., Uken, R. and Ovechkina, M.N. 2007. The Aliwal Shoal revisited: New age constraints from nannofossil assemblages. South African Journal of Geology, 110: 647-653. Boyle, G.A., Govender, T., Karpoormath, R. and Kruger, H.G. 2007. exo-8,exo-11-Divinylpentacyclo-[5.4.0.02,6.03,10.05,6] undecane-endo-8,endo-11-diol. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63: 03977. Boyle, G.A., Govender, T., Karpoormath, R. and Kruger, H.G. 2007. exo-8,exo-11-Diallylpentacyclo-[5.4.0.02,6.03,10.05,9] undecane-endo-8-endo-11-diol. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63: o4797. Boyle, G.A., Govender, T., Kruger, H.G. and Maguire, G.E.M. 2007. (1R,4S)-(-)-3,3-Ethylenedioxy-1,7,7-trimethylbicyclo[2.2.1]heptan-2one. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63: o3765. Boyle, G.A., Govender, T., Kruger, H.G. and Ndlovu, N.I. 2007. 8-Amino-11-hdroxypentacycloundecane-8,11-lactam . Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63: o3906. Boyle, G.A., Govender, T., Kruger, H.G., Maguire, G.E.M. and Naicker, S.K. 2007. (S)-(+)-2-Formamido-4-methylpentanoic acid. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63: o3445. Boyle, G.A., Govender, T., Kruger, H.G., Maguire, G.E.M., Negus, T.K. and Rademeyer, M. 2007. (S)-(+)-2-Formylamino-3methylbutanoic acid. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63: 03912. Boyle, G.A., Kruger, H.G., Maguire, G.E.M. and Singh, A. 2007. NMR elucidation of some pentacycloundecane derived ligands. Structural Chemistry, 18(5): 633-639. Bradley, J. and Moori, J. 2007. On the exact spread of sporadic simple groups. Communications in Algebra, 35 (8): 2588--2599. Bresar, B., Henning, M.A. and Rall, D.F. 2007. Paired-domination of Cartesian products of graphs. Utilitas Mathematica, 73: 255--265.

Breuer, H.P. and Petruccione, F. 2007. Stochastic analysis and simulation of spin star systems. Physical Review E, 76,016701: 016701-1 - 016701-8. Britz, M.-.L. and Ward, D.M. 2007. Dynamics of woody vegetation in a semi-arid savanna, with a focus on bush encroachment. African Journal of Range and Forage Science, 24(3): 131-140. Britz, M.-.L. and Ward, D.M. 2007. The effects of soil conditions and grazing strategy on plant species composition in a semi-arid savanna. African Journal of Range and Forage Science, 24(2): 51-61. Brown, K.J. and Downs, C.T. 2007. Basking behaviour in rock hyrax (Procavia capensis) during winter. African Zoology, 42(1): 70-79. Brown, M. and Hockey, P.A.R. 2007. The status and distribution of African Black Oystercatchers Haematopus moquini in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Ostrich, 78: 93-96. Brown, M. and Lawes, M.J. 2007. Colony size and nest density predict the likelihood of parasitism in the colonial Southern Red Bishop Euplectes orix – Diderick Cuckoo Chrysococcyx caprius system. Ibis, 149: 321-327. Brown, M., Perrin, M.R. and Hoffman, B. 2007. Reintroduction of captive-bred African Grass-Owls Tyto capensis into natural habitat. Ostrich, 78: 75-79. Browne, M., Ortmann, G.F. and Hendriks, S.L. 2007. Expenditure elasticities for rural households in the Embo ward, Umbumbulu, KwaZulu-Natal. Agrekon, Vol 46(4): 566-583. Bryan, S.E. and Cress, C.M. 2007. Figure rotation of dark haloes in cold dark matter simulations. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 380: 657-664. Buchner, R., Field, J.S., Haines, R.J., Ledwaba, L.P., Mcguire, R., Mcmillin, D.R. and Munro, O.Q. 2007. Synthesis, crystal structure and solid state photoluminescence of [Pt(trpy)(C≡CPh)]SbF6 (trpy = 2,2΄:6΄,2΄΄-terpyridine). Inorganica Chimica Acta, 360: 1633-1638. Burnett (Stirk), W.A., Reinecke, D.L. and Van staden, J. 2007. Seasonal variation in antifungal, antibacterial and acetylcholinesterase activity in seven South African seaweeds. Journal of Applied Phycology, 19: 271-276. Buwa, L.V. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Effects of collection time on the antimicrobial activities of Harpephyllum caffrum bark. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 242-247. Cao, J.C., Garcia-Ferreira, S.G.F. and Gutev, V.G. 2007. Baire spaces and Vietoris hyperspaces. Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 135: 299-303. Carrasco, N.K., Perissinotto, R. and Miranda, N.A. 2007. Effects of silt loading on the feeding and mortality of the mysid Mesopodopsis africana in the St Lucia Estuary, South Africa. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 352: 152-164. Cattaert, T., Hellberg, M.A. and Mace, R.L. 2007. Oblique propagation of electromagnetic waves in a kappa-Maxwellian plasma. Physics of Plasmas, 14: 082111-1 -- 082111-12.

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Cerretti, P. and Barraclough, D. 2007. Anomalostomyia namibica, a new genus and species of Afrotropical Tachinidae (Diptera). Italian Journal of Zoology, 74 (1): 101-106. Changamu, E.O. and Friedrich, H.B. 2007. A Study of β-Hydride Abstraction from Alkanediyl Homobimetallic Complexes [{Cp(CO)2Fe}2{µ-(CnH2n)}] (n = 4 -10, Cp = η5-C5H5). Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 692: 1138-1149. Changamu, E.O., Friedrich, H.B. and Rademeyer, M. 2007. Synthesis and characterization of transition metal -(CnH2n-1} M(CO)xCp]PF6 (x = 2,μstabilised carbocations of the types [Cp*(CO)2Fe{ M = Fe or Ru; x = 3, M = W, Cp* = η5- C5(CH3)5; Cp = η5-C5H5; n = 3 - 6) and -(CnH2n-1)}W(CO)3Cp]PF6 (n = 3 - 5) and the crystal structures ofμ[Cp(CO)2Ru{ the complexes [Cp*(CO)2Fe(CH2)3Ru(CO)2Cp], [Cp*(CO)2Fe(CH2)5Ru(CO)2Cp], [Cp*(CO)2Fe-(CH2)5W(CO)3Cp], and [Cp(CO)2Ru (CH2)5W(CO)3Cp). Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 692: 2456-2472. Changamu, E.O., Friedrich, H.B., Howie, R.A. and Rademeyer, M. 2007. A structural investigation of the carbocation complex [{Cp*(CO)2Fe}2{µ-(C3H5)}]PF6. Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 692: 5091-5096. Chapman, C.A., Naughton-Treves, L., Lawes, M.J., Wasserman, M.D. and Gillespie, T.R. 2007. Population Declines of Colobus in Western Uganda and Conservation Value of Forest Fragments. International Journal of Primatology, 28: 513-528. Chetty, N., Connell, S.H. and Bawa, A.C. 2007. Physics for development. Nature Physics, 3 (11): 747-749. Coates, G.D. and Downs, C.T. 2007. Population estimates of bushbuck (Tragelaphus scriptus) in valley thicket and coastal bushveld-grassland habitat. South African Journal of Wildlife Research, 37(1): 91-95. Crouch, N.R. and Edwards, T.J. 2007. Crassulaceae Crassula streyi recorded from the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Bothalia, 37(2): 208–209. Crouch, N.R., Edwards, T.J. and Beaumont, A.J. 2007. Ledebouria ovatifolia subsp. scabrida Hyacinthaceae. Flowering Plants of Africa, 60: 14-19. Crouch, N.R., Langlois, A. and Mulholland, D.A. 2007. Bufadienolides from the southern African Drimia depressa (Hyacinthaceae:Urgineoideae). Phytochemistry, 68: 1731-1734. Crouch, N.R., Smith, J.M. and Condy, G. 2007. Siphonochilus kirkii. Zingiberaceae. Flowering Plants of Africa, 60: 46-50 Crouch, N.R. and Smith, G.F. 2007. Crassulaceae Bryophyllum proliferum naturalized in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Bothalia, 37(2): 206-208 Crouch, N.R., Smith, G.F. and Condy, G. 2007. Costus afer. Costaceae. Flowering Plants of Africa, 60: 52-57 Dai, X., Shannon, G.W., Slotow, R.H., Page, B.R. and Duffy, K.J. 2007. Short-duration daytime movements of a cow herd of African elephants. Journal of Mammalogy, 88(1): 151-157.

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Dankelmann, P.A. and Volkmann, L. 2007. Average distance in bipartite tournaments. Ars Combinatoria, 83: 295-306. Dankelmann, P.A., Day, D., Hattingh, J.H., Henning, M.A., Markus, L.R. and Swart, H.C. 2007. On equality in an upper bound for the restrained and total domination numbers of a graph. Discrete Mathematics, 307: 2845-2852 Dankelmann, P.A., Swart, H.C. and Mukwembi, S. 2007. An upper bound on the radius of a 3-edge-connected graph. Utilitas Mathematica, 73: 207-215. Dankelmann, P.A., Volkmann, L. and Hellwig, A. 2007. On the connectivity of diamond-free graphs. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 155: 2111-2117. Daws, M.I., Davies, J., Pritchard, H.W., Brown, N.A.C. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Butenolide from plant-derived smoke enhances germination and seedling growth of arable weed species. Plant Growth Regulation, 51: 73-82. De Klerk, A., Hadebe, S.W., Govender, J.R., Jaganyi, D., Mzinyati, A.B., Robinson, R.S. and Xaba, N. 2007. Linear a-olefins from linear internal olefins by a boron-based continuous double-bond isomerisation process. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 46: 400-410. De Wet, H., Van Heerden, F.R., Van Wyk, B.-.E. and Van Zyl, R.L. 2007. Antiplasmodial activity and cytotoxicity of Albertisia delagoensis. Fitoterapia, 78: 420-422. Delsink, A.K., Van Altena, J.J., Grobler, D., Bertchinger, H., Kirkpatrick, J. and Slotow, R.H. 2007. Implementing Immunocontraception in free-ranging African elephants at Makalali Conservancy. Journal of the South African Veterinary AssociationTydskrif Van die Suid-Afrikaanse Veterinere Vereniging, 78(1): 25-30. Derera, J., Tongoona, P.B., Vivek, B. and Laing, M.D. 2007. Gene action controlling grain yield and secondary traits in southern African maize hybrids under drought and non-drought environments. Euphytica, DOI 10.1007/s 10681-007-9582-4: 1 - 13. Derera, J., Tongoona, P.B., Vivek, B., Van Rij, N.C. and Laing, M.D. 2007. Gene action determining Phaeosphaeria leaf spot disease resistance in experimental maize hybrids. South African Journal of Plant and Soil, 24 (3): 138 - 143. Desai, A. and Maharaj, B. 2007. The Making and(RE)Making of Ethnic Identity: The Case of Indian South Africans. Oriental Anthropologist, 7(1): 72-90. Dewir, Y.H., Chakrabarty, D., Ali, M.B., Singh, N., Hahn, E..J. and Paek, K.-.Y. 2007. Influence of GA3, sucrose and solid medium/ bioreactor culture on in vitro flowering of Spathiphyllum and association of glutathione metabolism. Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture, 90: 225-235. Diab, R.D. and Motha, A.M. 2007. An analysis of key institutional factors influencing air quality in South Durban using the DPSIR framework. South African Geographical Journal/Suid-Afrikaanse Geografiese Tydskrif, 89 (1): 22-33.

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Dorbec, P., Gravier, S. and Henning, M.A. 2007. Paireddomination in generalized claw-free graphs. Journal of Combinatorial Optimization, 14: 1-7. Dorbec, P., Henning, M.A. and Mccoy, J. 2007. Upper total domination versus upper paired-domination. Quaestiones Mathematicae, 30: 1-12. Drew, D.M. and Pammenter, N.W. 2007. Developmental rates and morphological properties of fibres in two eucalypt clones at sites differing in water availability. Southern Hemisphere Forestry Journal, 69(2): 71-79. Du Toit, K., Elgorashi, E.E., Malan, S.F., Mulholland, D.A., Drewes, S.E. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Antibacterial activity and QSAR of homoisoflavanones isolated from six Hyacinthaceae species. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 236-241. Duncan, G.N. and Edwards, T.J. 2007. Hyacinthaceae A new pyrophytic lachenalia species (Massonieae) from Western Cape, South Africa. Bothalia, 27 (1): 31-34. Dunlevey, J.N. 2007. X-ray powder diffraction data for monoclinic metazachlor, 2-chloro-N-(pyrazol-1-ylmethyl) acetyl-2’ ,6’-xylidide. Powder Diffraction, 22(1): 71-73. El bouchefry, K. and Cress, C.M. 2007. Identifications of FIRST radio sources in the NOAO Deep Wide-Field Survey. Astronomische Nachrichten, 328(6): 577-585. Eldeen, I.M.S. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Antimycobacterial activity of some trees used in South African traditional medicine. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 248-251. Eldeen, I.M.S. and Van Staden, J. 2007. In vitro pharmacological investigation of extracts from some trees used in Sudanese traditional medicine. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 435-440. Eldeen, I.M.S., Van Heerden, F.R. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Biological activities of cycloart-23-ene-3,25-diol isolated from the leaves of Trichilia dregeana. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 366371. Elgorashi, E.E., Coombes, P.H., Mulholland, D.A. and Van staden, J. 2007. Isoeugenitol, a cyclooxygenase-1 inhibitor from Gethyllis ciliaris. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 156-158. Euler, M., Euler, N. and Leach, P.G. 2007. The Riccati and ErmakovPinney hierarchies. Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics, 14(2): 290--310. Fath, B.D., Scharler, U.M., Ulanowicz, R.E. and Hannon, B. 2007. Ecological Network Analysis: Network Construction. Ecological Modelling, 208: 49-55. Feldheim, K.A., Stow, A.J., Ahonen, H., Chapman, D.D., Shivji, M., Peddemors, V.M. and Wintner, S. 2007. PRIMER NOTE Polymorphic microsatellite markers for studies of the conservation and reproductive genetics of imperilled sand tiger sharks (Carcharias taurus). Molecular Ecology Notes, 7(6): 1366-1368.

Field, J.S., Gertenbach, J., Haines, R.J., Munro, O.Q. and Mcmillin, D.R. 2007. Synthesis and Luminescence Properties of [Pt{4-(o-MeC6H4)-pzbipy}Cl]SbF6 [pzbipy = 6-(2′′-pyrazinyl)-2,2′bipyridine]. Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung Section B-A Journal of Chemical Sciences, 62B: 447-452. Field, J.S., Haines, R.J., Ledwaba, L.P., Mcguire, R., Munro, O.Q., Low, M.R. and Mcmillin, D.R. 2007. Synthesis, electrochemistry and luminescence of [Pt{4’-(R)trpy}(CN)]+ (R = Ph, o-CH3-Ph, o-Cl-Ph or o-CF3-Ph; trpy = 2,2′:6′,2′′-terpyridine): Crystal structure of [Pt{4’-(Ph) trpy}(CN)]BF4•CH3CN. Dalton Transactions, 1: 192-199. Ford, T.A. 2007. Binary molecular complexes and the nature of molecular association. South African Journal of Chemistry-SuidAfrikaanse Tydskrif Vir Chemie, 60: 76-84. Ford, T.A. 2007. The vibrational spectra of the boron halides and their molecular complexes. Part 9. Ab initio studies of the complexes of boron trifluoride with methanol, methanethiol and some related bases. Journal of Molecular Structure, 834-836: 30-41. Friedrich, H.B. and Gokul, V. 2007. A comparative study of the ruthenium(VI)dioxocarboxylato salts, [PPh4][RuO2(OCOR)Cl2] (R = CH3, CF3, C6H5, C6F5, C5H11), in the oxidation of alcohols. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A-Chemical, 271: 277-283. Frum, Y., Viljoen, A.M. and Van Heerden, F.R. 2007. Verbascoside and luteolin-5-O-β-D-glucoside isolated from Halleria lucida L. exhibit antagonistic anti-oxidant properties in vitro. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 583-587. Goddard, W.D. and Henning, M.A. 2007. Restricted domination parameters in graphs. Journal of Combinatorial Optimization, 13: 353--363. Goodenough, C.K., Nel, E.L. and Hill, T.R. 2007. Multi-Stakeholder Driven Local Economic Development: Reflections on the Experience of Richards Bay and the uMhlathuze Municipality. Urban Forum, 18(2): 31-47. Govender, M., Chetty, K.T. and Bulcock, H.H. 2007. A review of hyperspectral remote sensing and its application in vegetation and water resources studies. Water SA, 33(2): 145-151. Govinder, K.S. 2007. On the equivalence of ‘non-equivalent’ algebraic realizations. Journal of Physics A-Mathematical and Theorectical, 40: 8363-8369. Govinder, K.S. and Leach, P.G. 2007. Integrability analysis of the Emden-Fowler equation. Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics, 14(3): 435-453. Goyder, D.J.G., Nicholas, A. and Liede-Schuman, S. 2007. Phylogenetic Relationships in Subtribe Asclepiadinae (Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae). Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 94(2): 423--434. Green, A.N., Goff, J.A. and Uken, R. 2007. Geomorphological evidence for upslope canyon-forming processes on the northern KwaZulu-Natal shelf, SW Indian Ocean, South Africa. Geo-Marine Letters, 27: 399-409.

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Grenfell, M.C., Ellery, W.N., Garden, S., Dini, J. and Van Der Valk, A.G. 2007. The language of intervention: A review of concepts and terminology in wetland ecosystem repair. Water SA, 33 (1): 43-50. Griffiths, M.E., Lawes, M.J. and Tsvuura, Z. 2007. Understorey gaps influence regeneration dynamics in subtropical coastal dune forest. Plant Ecology, 189: 227-236. Gusset, M., Monfort, S.L., Wildt, D.E., Maddock, A.H., Mills, M.G.L., Slotow, R.H., Somers, M.J., Ryan, S.J., Hofmeyr, M., Van Dyk, G., Davies-Mostert, H.T., Graf, J.A., Owen, C.R., Szykman, M. and Macdonald, D. 2007. Efforts going to the dogs? Evaluating attempts to re-introduce endangered wild dogs in South Africa. Journal of Applied Ecology, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2007.01357.x: x-x. Gutev, V.G. 2007. Completeness, sections and selections. SetValued Analysis, 15: 275-295. Gutev, V.G. 2007. Weak orderability of second countable spaces. Fundamenta Mathematicae, 196: 275-287 Gutev, V.G. and Tomita, A.T. 2007. Selections generating new topologies. Publicacions Matematiques, 51: 3-15. Hadebe, S.W., Robinson, R.S. and Munro, O.Q. 2007. A bis(benzenedithiolate)-bridged dinuclear RhIII complex with capping triphenylphosphine ligands and an Rh2S2 core. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63(1): m175m177. Hamdouni, Y. and Petruccione, F. 2007. Decoherence and entanglement evolution of two qubits coupled through Heisenberg interactions to a spin bath in thermal equilibrium. Journal of Physics A-Mathematical and Theorectical, 40 (2007): 11569 - 11591. Hamdouni, Y. and Petruccione, F. 2007. Time evolution and decoherence of a spin - 1/2 particle coupled to a spin bath in thermal equilibrium. Physical Review B, 76, 174306: 174306-1 - 174306-15. Hansen, D.M., Olesen, J.M., Mione, T., Johnson, S.D. and Müller, C.E. 2007. Coloured nectar: distribution, ecology, and evolution of an enigmatic floral trait. Biological Reviews, 82: 83-111. Harris, R.A., Wilken, M., Fischer, K., Letcher, T.M., Raal, J.D. and Ramjugernath, D. 2007. High pressure vapor–liquid equilibrium measurements of carbon dioxide with naphthalene and benzoic acid. Fluid Phase Equilibria, 260: 60-64.

Henning, M.A. and Rautenbach, D. 2007. On the irregularity of bipartite graphs. Discrete Mathematics, 307: 1467--1472. Henning, M.A. and Vestergaard, P. 2007. Domination in partitioned graphs with minimum degree two. Discrete Mathematics, 307: 1115-1135. Henning, M.A. and Vestergaard, P. 2007. Trees with paireddomination number twice their domination number. Utilitas Mathematica, 74: 187--197. Henning, M.A. and Yeo, Y. 2007. A new upper bound on the total domination number of a graph. Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, 14: R65. Henning, M.A. and Yeo, Y. 2007. A transition from total domination in graphs to transversals in hypergraphs. Quaestiones Mathematicae, 30: 417–-436. Henning, M.A. and Yeo, Y. 2007. Tight lower bounds on the size of a maximum matching in a regular graph. Graphs and Combinatorics, 23 (6): 647--657. Herbert, D.G. 2007. Revision of the genus Prestonella (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Orthalicoidea: Bulimulidae s.l.), a distinctive component of the African land snail fauna. African Invertebrates, 48(2): 1-19. Hey, J.D. 2007. Some properties of Stark states of hydrogenic atoms and ions. Journal of Physics B-Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics, 40: 4077-4096. Hill, T.R., Nel, E.L. and Illgner, P. 2007. Partnership for success – community-based economic development: a case study of Ngolowindo Cooperative, Malawi . Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 25(4): 573-590. Hofmann, T.A. and Bolhar, R. 2007. Carbonaceous Cherts in the Barberton Greenstone Belt and their significance for the study of early life in the Archaean Record. Astrobiology, 7(2): 355-388. Horsley, T.N. and Johnson, S.D. 2007. Is Eucalyptus cryptically selfincompatible? Annals of Botany, 100: 1373-1378. Horsley, T.N., Johnson, S.D. and Stanger, T.K. 2007. Optimising storage and in vitro germination of Eucalyptus pollen. Australian Journal of Botany, 55: 83-89. Hsieh, A. and Raftery, J.G. 2007. Conserving involution in residuated structures. Mathematical Logic Quarterly, 53(6): 583--609.

Hattingh, A., Aldous, C.M. and Rogan, J.M. 2007. Some factors influencing the quality of practical work in science classrooms. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 11(1): 75-90.

Hughes, M., Moller, M., Edwards, T.J., Bellstedt, D.U. and De villiers, M. 2007. The impact of pollination syndrome and habitat on gene flow: a comparative study of two streptocarpus (Gesneriaceae) species. American Journal of Botany, 94(10): 1688-1695.

Henley, S.R., Ward, D.M. and Schmidt, I. 2007. Habitat selection by two desert-adapted ungulates. Journal of Arid Environments, 70: 39-48.

Hunter, L., Pretorius, K., Carlisle, L., Rickelton, M., Walker, C., Slotow, R.H. and Skinner, J.D. 2007. Restoring lions Panthera leo to northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: short-term biological and technical success but equivocal long-term conservation. Oryx, 41(2): 196-204.

Henning, M.A. 2007. Graphs with large paired-domination number. Journal of Combinatorial Optimization, 13: 61--78. Henning, M.A. 2007. Restricted domination in graphs with minimum degree 2. Discrete Mathematics, 307: 1356--1366.

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Ismail, R., Mutanga, O. and Bob, U. 2007. Forest health and vitality: The detection and monitoring of Pinus patual trees infected by sirex noctilio using digital multispectral imagery. Southern Hemisphere Forestry Journal, 69(1): 39-47. Jaganyi, D. and Govender, J.R. 2007. Kinetics and Mechanism of Hydroboration of Oct-1- and -4-ene by Dimeric Dialkylboranes. Chemical Papers, 61(1)1: 55-60. Jaganyi, D., Chathuri, U. and Munro, O.Q. 2007. N-Boranyl-N(trimethylsilyl)pyrrolidine. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63(5): o2689. Jaganyi, D., Mambanda, A. and Munro, O.Q. 2007. A tripodal tris(thiophene) derivative of hexahydropyrimidine and its ladder-like extended structure. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63(5): o2388-o2390.

Kakad, P., Singh, S.V., Reddy, R.V., Lakhina, G.S., Tagare, G. and Verheest, F. 2007. Generation mechanism for electron acoustic solitary waves. Physics of Plasmas, 14: 052305. Kamatou, G.P.P., Van Vuuren, S.F., Van Heerden, F.R., Seaman, T. and Viljoen, A.M. 2007. Antibacterial and antimycobacterial activities of South African Salvia species and isolated compounds from S. chamelaeagnea. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 552-557. Kamdem, A., Coombes, P.H., Crouch, N.R., Mulholland, D.A., El amin, S.M.M. and Smith, P.J. 2007. Acridone and furoquinoline alkaloids from Teclea gerrardii (rutaceae: Toddalioideae) of southern Africa. Phytochemistry, 68: 663-667. Karmakar, S., Sharma, R., Mukherjee, S. and Maharaj, S.D. 2007. The role of pressure anisotropy on the maximum mass of cold compact stars. Pramana-Journal of Physics, 68(6): 881-889.

Jaganyi, D., Xaba, N., Mzinyati, A.B. and Grimmer, C.D. 2007. Kinetics and Mechanism of Hydroboration Reactions of HBBr2.SMe2 and HBCl2.SMe2 - Application of 11B NMR Spectroscopy. Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 692: 1150-1155.

Katjiua, M.L.J. and Ward, D.M. 2007. Pastoralists’ perceptions and realities of vegetation change and browse consumption in the northern Kalahari, Namibia. Journal of Arid Environments, 69: 716730.

Jager, A.K., Almqvist, J.P., Vangsoe, S.A.K., Stafford, G.I., Adsersen, A. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Compounds from Mentha aquatica with affinity to the GABA-benzodiazepine receptor. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 518-521.

Katundu, M., Hendriks, S.L., Bower, J.P. and Siwela, M. 2007. Effect of traditional storage practices of small-scale organic farmers on potato quality. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 87: 1820-1825.

Jager, A.K., Eldeen, I.M.S. and Van Staden, J. 2007. COX-1 and -2 activity of rose hip. Phytotherapy Research, 21: 1251-1252.

Keeping, M., Rutherford, R.S. and Conlong, D. 2007. Bt-maize as a potential trap crop for management of Eldana saccharina Walker (Lep., Pyralidae) in sugarcane. Journal of Applied Entomology, 131(4): 241-250.

Jain, N. and Van Staden, J. 2007. The potential of the smokederived compound, 3-methyl-2H-furo[2,3-c]pyran-2-one, as a priming agent for tomato seeds. Seed Science Research, 17: 175-181. James, L., Maguire, G.E.M., Martincigh, B.S., Mckee, V. and Ndlovu, N.I. 2007. 3-Phenyl-1,5-di-2-pyridylpentane-1,5-dione. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63: o153–o155. Jersakova, J. and Johnson, S.D. 2007. Protandry promotes male pollination success in a moth-pollinated orchid. Functional Ecology, 21: 496-504. Jivulescu, M.A., Messina, A., Napoli, A. and Petruccione, F. 2007. Exact treatment of linear difference equations with noncommutative coefficients. Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences, 30: 2147 - 2153. Johnson, L.F., Dorrington, R.E. and Matthews, A.P. 2007. An investigation into the extent of uncertainty surrounding estimates of the impact of HIV/AIDS in South Africa. South African Journal of Science, 103: 135-140. Johnson, S.D., Ellis, A.G. and Dötterl, S. 2007. Specialization for pollination by beetles and wasps: the role of lollipop hairs and fragrance in Satyrium microrrhynchum (Orchidaceae)1. American Journal of Botany, 94(1): 47-55. Jourdan, F., Feraud, G., Bertrand, H. and Watkeys, M.K. 2007. From flood basalts to the inception of oceanization: Example from the 40Ar/39Ar high-resolution picture of the Karoo large igneous province. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 8: Q02002, doi:10.1029/2006GC0011392.

Kolyada, V.A. and Mostovski, M.B. 2007. On a putative Gondwanan relic Afroserphus bicornis Masner (Hymenoptera: Proctotrupidae), with a description of the hitherto unknown female. African Invertebrates, 48(2): 261 - 265. Kolyada, V.A. and Mostovski, M.B. 2007. Revision of Proctotrupidae (Insecta: Hymenoptera) described by Ch. T. Brues from Baltic amber. Zootaxa, 1661: 29-38. Komathiraj, K. and Maharaj, S.D. 2007. Analytical models for quark stars. International Journal of Modern Physics D, 16(11): 1803-1811. Komathiraj, K. and Maharaj, S.D. 2007. Classes of exact EinsteinMaxwell solutions. General Relativity and Gravitation, 39: 2079-2093. Komathiraj, K. and Maharaj, S.D. 2007. Tikekar superdense stars in electric fields. Journal of Mathematical Physics, 48: 042501. Konrad, T., Guehne, O., Audretsch, J. and Briegel, H.J. 2007. Parameter estimation for mixed states from a single copy. Physical Review A, 75: 062101. Koorbanally, C., Sewjee, S., Mulholland, D.A., Crouch, N.R. and Dold, A. 2007. Homoisoflavanones from Pseudoprospero firmifolium of the monotypic tribe Pseudoprospereae (Hyacinthaceae: Hyacinthoideae). Phytochemistry, 68: 2753-2756. Kotze, D.J. and Lawes, M.J. 2007. Viability of ecological processes in small Afromontane forest patches in South Africa. Austral Ecology, 32: 294-304.

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Kourakis,, Verheest, F. and Cramer, N.F. 2007. Nonlinear perpendicular propagation of ordinary mode electromagnetic wave packets in pair plasmas and electron-positron-ion plasmas. Physics of Plasmas, 14: 022306. Kulkarni, M.G., Ascough, G. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Effects of foliar applications of smoke-water and a smoke-isolated butenolide on seedling growth of okra and tomato. Hortscience, 42(1): 179-182. Kulkarni, M.G., Street, R.A. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Germination and seedling growth requirements for propagation of Dioscorea dregeana (Kunth) Dur. & Schinz – a tuberous medicinal plant. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 131-137. Labandeira, C.C., Kvacek, J. and Mostovski, M.B. 2007. Pollination drops, pollen and insect pollination of Mesozoic gymnosperms. Taxon, 56(3): 663-695. Lawes, M.J., Eeley, H.A.C., Findlay, N.J. and Forbes, D. 2007. Resilient forest faunal communities in South Africa: a legacy of palaeoclimatic change and extinction filtering? Journal of Biogeography, 34: 1246-1264. Lawes, M.J., Griffiths, M.E. and Boudreau, S. 2007. Colonial logging and recent subsistence harvesting affect the composition and physiognomy of a podocarp dominated Afrotemperate forest. Forest Ecology and Management, 247: 48-60. Lawes, M.J., Joubert, R.T., Griffiths, M.E., Boudreau, S. and Chapman, C.A. 2007. The effect of the spatial scale of recruitment on tree diversity in Afromontane forest fragments. Biological Conservation, 139: 447-456.

Cretaceous theropod dinosaur Sinosauropteryx are degraded collagen fibres. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 274: 1823-1829. Linn, I., Perrin, M.R. and Hiscocks, K. 2007. Use of space by the four-toed elephant-shrew Petrodromus tetradactylus (Macroscelidae) in KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa). Mammalia, 71: 30-39. Little, K.M., Rolando, C.A. and Morris, C.D. 2007. An integrated analysis of 33 Eucalyptus trials linking the onset of competitioninduced tree growth suppression with management, physiographic and climatic factors. Annals of Forest Science, 64: 585-591. Litvin, I.A., Burger, L. and Forbes, A. 2007. Petal-like modes in Porro prism resonators. Optics Express, 15(21): 14065-14077. Londt, J. 2007. A review of Afrotropical Perasis Hermann, 1905 (Diptera: Asilidae: Laphriinae). Zootaxa, 1521: 9-18. Londt, J. 2007. A review of the genus Hoplistomerus Macquart, 1838 (Diptera: Asilidae: Laphriinae). African Invertebrates, 48(2): 167-198. Londt, J. 2007. The distribution and biology of Bittacus tjederi Londt, 1970 (Mecoptera: Bittacidae). African Entomology, 15(1): 225-227. Lovell, S.J., Hamer, M.L., Slotow, R.H. and Herbert, D.G. 2007. Assessment of congruency across invertebrate taxa and taxonomic levels to identify potential surrogates. Biological Conservation, 139: 113-125. Low, M.M., Ballard, R.J. and Maharaj, B. 2007. Dilemmas of representation in post-apartheid Durban. Urban Forum, 18: 247-264.

Leach, P.G. 2007. In simplicitate veritas. Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences, 30: 1983-1994.

Lukangu, G., Green, J.M. and Worth, S.H. 2007. The influence of smallholder labour demand on cultivation of cash crops in northern Mozambique. Development Southern Africa, 24 (4): 553-573.

Leach, P.G. 2007. Symmetry and singularity properties of a system of ordinary differential equations arising in the analysis of the nonlinear telegraph equations. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 336: 987--994.

Luseba, D., Elgorashi, E.E., Ntloedibe, D.T. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and mutagenic effects of some medicinal plants used in South Africa for wounds and retained placenta in livestock. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 378-383.

Leach, P.G., O’hara, J.G. and Sinkala, W. 2007. Symmetrybased solution of a model for a combination of a risky investment and a riskless investment. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 334: 368-381.

Mac Nicol, R., Ortmann, G.F. and Ferrer, S.R.D. 2007. Perceptions of key business and financial risks by large-scale sugarcane farmers in KwaZulu-Natal in a dynamic socio-political environment. Agrekon, 46(3): 351-370.

Leclair de Bellevue, J., Baray, J.L., Baldy, S., Ancellet, G., Diab, R.D. and Ravetta, F. 2007. Simulations of stratospheric to tropospheric transport during the tropical cyclone Marlene event. Atmospheric Environment, 41(31): 6510-6526.

Mace, R.L., Mckenzie, J.F. and Webb, G.M. 2007. Conservation laws for steady flow and solitons in a multifluid plasma revisited. Physics of Plasmas, 14: 012310-1 -- 012310-9.

Letcher, T.M. and Reddy, P. 2007. Determination of activity coefficients at infinite dilution of organic solutes in the ionic liquid, tributylmethylphosphonium methylsulphate by gas-liquid chromatography. Fluid Phase Equilibria, 260: 23-28. Lingham-Soliar, T. and Plodowski, G. 2007. Taphonomic evidence for high-speed adapted fins in thunniform ichthyosaurs. Naturwissenschaften, 94: 65-70. Lingham-Soliar, T., Feduccia, A. and Wang, X. 2007. A new Chinese specimen indicates that ‘protofeathers’in the early

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Maharaj, A. 2007. Using a task analysis approach within a guided problem-solving model to design mathematical learning activities. Pythagoras, 66: 34-42. Maharaj, A. and Leach, P.G. 2007. The method of reduction of order and linearization of the two-dimensional Ermakov system. Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences, 30: 2125-2145. Maharaj, A., Brijlall, D. and Molebale, J.J. 2007. Teacher’s views on practical work in the teaching of fractions: a case study. South African Journal of Education, 27(4): 597-612.

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Maharaj, B. 2007. (Step) Children of the Rainbow Nation? South African Indians in the post-apartheid era.. Man in India, 87(1&2): 2746.

Meyer, K.M., Wiegand, K., Ward, D.M. and Moustakas, A. 2007. The rhythm of savanna patch dynamics. Journal of Ecology, 95: 1306-1315.

Maharaj, S.D. and Komathiraj, K. 2007. Generalized compact spheres in electric fields. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 24: 45134524.

Millspaugh, J.J., Burke, T.S., Van Dyk, G., Slotow, R.H., Washburn, B.E. and Woods, R. 2007. Stress response of working African elephants to transportation and Safari Adventures. Journal of Wildlife Management, 71(4): 1257-1260.

Mambanda, A., Jaganyi, D. and Munro, O.Q. 2007. Onedimensional C-H...N hydrogen-bonded polymers in flexible tetrapyridyl systems. Acta Crystallographica Section C-Crystal Structure Communications, C63: o676-o680. Mandri, T. and Lin, J. 2007. Isolation and Characterization of Engine Oil Degrading Indigenous Microorganisms in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. African Journal of Biotechnology, 6(1): 23-27. Martins, D.S. and Johnson, S.D. 2007. Hawkmoth pollination of aerangoid orchids in Kenya, with special reference to nectar sugar concentration gradients in the floral spurs1. American Journal of Botany, 94(4): 650-659.

Mitchell, S.A. and Breen, C.M. 2007. The role of researching in informing the governance process of the use of ecosystem resources. Water Policy, 9(2): 169-189. Modi, A.T. 2007. Effect of indegenous storage method on performance of taro [Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott] under field conditions in a warm subtropical area. South African Journal of Plant and Soil, 24(4): 214-219. Modi, A.T. 2007. Growth temperature and plant age influence on nutritional quality of Amaranthus leaves and seed germination capacity. Water SA, 33(3): 369-375.

Masters, J. 2007. Taking phylogenetis beyond pattern analysis: Can models of genome dynamics guide predictions about homoplasy in morphological and behavioural data sets? Journal of Human Evolution, 52: 522-535.

Modolo, R., Chanteur, G.M., Wahlund, J.E., Canu, P., Kurth, W.S., Gurnett, D., Matthews, A.P. and Bertucci, C. 2007. Plasma environment in the wake of Titan from hybrid simulation: A case study. Geophysical Research Letters, 34: L24S07.

Matthews, A.P. 2007. Computational modelling of the impact of AIDS on business. AIDS, 21 Suppl 3: S91-97.

Moodley, G.K. and Van Wyk, J.H. 2007. Folliculogenesis and ovarian histology of the oviparous gecko, Hemidactylus mabouia (Sauria: Gekkonidae). African Journal of Herpetology, 56(2): 115-135.

Maunder, E.M.W. and Meaker, J.L. 2007. The current and potential contribution of home-grown vegetables to diets in South Africa. Water SA, 33 (3): 401-406. Mayzaud, P., Boutoute, M., Perissinotto, R. and Nichols, P.D. 2007. Polar and neutral lipid composition in the pelagic tunicate Pyrosoma atlanticum. Lipids, 42: 647-657. Mckay, M.G., Friedrich, H.B. and Maguire, G.E.M. 2007. 7,11,15,28-Tetrakis(bromomethyl)-1,21,23,25-tetrapentylresorcin[4] arene cavitand 0.415-hydrate. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63: o4345. Mckechnie, A.E., Chetty, K. and Lovegrove, B.G. 2007. Phenotypic flexibility in the basal metabolic rate of laughing doves: responses to short-term thermal acclimation. Journal of Experimental Biology, 210: 97-106. Mckenzie, J.F., Mace, R.L. and Doyle, T.B. 2007. Nonlinear Hall MHD and electrostatic ion-cyclotron stationary waves: a Hamiltoniangeometric viewpoint. Journal of Plasma Physics, 73(5): 687 -- 700. Meletlidou, E. and Leach, P.G. 2007. Singularity analysis in nonlinear biomathematical models: Two case studies. Chaos Solitons & Fractals, 34: 903--913. Meyer, K.M., Wiegand, K., Ward, D.M. and Moustakas, A. 2007. SATCHMO: A spatial simulation model of growth, competition, and mortality in cycling savanna patches. Ecological Modelling, 209: 377391.

Moodley, K., Bryan, S.E. and Cress, C.M. 2007. Figure rotation of dark haloes in cold dark matter simulations. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 380: 657-664. Moodley, K., El bouchefry, K. and Cress, C.M. 2007. Identifications of FIRST radio sources in the NOAO Deep Wide-Field Survey. Astronomische Nachrichten, 328: 577-585. Moodley, K., Torres Rodriguez, A. and Cress, C.M. 2007. Constraining the nature of dark energy using the Square Kilometer Array Telescope. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 376: 1831-1837. Moodley, K.G., Baijnath, H., Southway-Ajulu, F.V.A., Maharaj, S. and Chetty, S.R. 2007. Determination of Cr, Pb and Ni in water, sludge and plants from settling ponds of a sewage treatment works. Water SA, 33(5): 723-728. Moodley, N., Crouch, N.R. and Mulholland, D.A. 2007. Bufadienolides from Drimia macrocentra and Urginea riparia (Hyacinthaceae: Urgineoideae). Phytochemistry, 68: 2415-2419. Moodley, R., Kindness, A. and Jonnalagadda, S.B. 2007. Chemical composition of edible Macadamia nuts (Macadamia integrifolia) and impact of soil quality. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A-Toxic/Hazardous Substances & Environmental Engineering, 42 (14): 2097-2104.

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Moodley, R., Kindness, A. and Jonnalagadda, S.B. 2007. Elemental composition and chemical characteristics of five edible nuts (almond, Brazil, pecan, macadamia and walnut) consumed in Southern Africa. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part B-Pesticides Food Contaminants and Agricultural Wastes, 42 (5): 585-591 Moori, J. and Rodrigues, B.G. 2007. Some designs and codes invariant under the simple group CO2. Journal of Algebra, 316: 649-661. Msomi, J.Z., Moyo, T. and Doyle, T.B. 2007. Magnetic properties of bulk and nanosized (Zn, Cu, Cd)0.5Ni0.5Fe2O4 ferrites. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 310: 2534-2536. Muchindu, M. and Ngila, C.J. 2007. Laccase Enzyme Electrode with Ferrocene-Monocarboxylic Acid Mediator for Determination of Phenol. Asian Journal of Chemistry, 19(3): 2070-2082. Munro, O.Q. and Govender, S. 2007. A new polymorph of a cobalt(III) Schiff base complex exhibits a one-dimensional C-H...O hydrogen-bonded extended structure with helical 21 symmetry. Acta Crystallographica Section C-Crystal Structure Communications, C63(4): m150-m152. Mutanga, O. and Kumar, L. 2007. Estimating and mapping grass phosphorous concentration in an African savanna using hyperspectral image data. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 28(21): 1-15. Mutanga, O. and Skidmore, A.K. 2007. Red edge shift and biochemical content in grass canopies. Isprs Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 62: 34-42. Mwabvu, T., Hamer, M.L. and Slotow, R.H. 2007. A taxonomic review of the southern African millipede genus, Bicoxidens Attem, 1928 (Diplopoda: Spirostreptida : Spirostreptidae), with the description of three new species and a tentative phylogeny. Zootaxa, 1452: 1-23. Myeni, S.M. and Leach, P.G. 2007. Heuristic analysis of the complete symmetry group and nonlocal symmetries for some nonlinear evolution equations. Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences, 30: 2065-2077. Naidoo, A. and Pillay, N. 2007. The Induction of Finite Transducers Using Genetic Programming. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 4445: 371-380. Naidoo, S., Pammenter, N.W., Berjak, P. and Wesley-Smith, J. 2007. Cryopreservation of embryonic axes of selected amaryllid species. Cryoletters, 28(5): 387-399. Naidu, N. and Govender, M. 2007. Causal temperature profiles in horizon-free collapse. Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, 28: 1-7. Narsiah, I. 2007. Alternatives to Neoliberal Governmentality in South Africa. South African Geographical Journal/ Suid-Afrikaanse Geografiese Tydskrif, 89(1): 34-43. Ndithia, H., Perrin, M.R. and Waltert, M. 2007. Breeding biology and nest site characteristics of the Rosy-faced Lovebird Agapornis roseicollis in Namibia. Ostrich, 78(1): 13-20.

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Perritt, S.H. and Watkeys, M.K. 2007. The effect of environmental controls on the metal content in ferromanganese crusts and nodules from the Mozambique Ridge and in the Mozambique Basin, southwestern Indian Ocean. South African Journal of Geology, 110: 295-310. Peter, X.K., Van Heerden, F.R. and Munro, O.Q. 2007. A triazine derivative with a triple-decker sandwich conformation. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63(2): o624-o626. Pillay, D., Branch, G.M. and Forbes, A.T. 2007. Effects of Callianassa kraussi on microbial biofilms and recruitment of macrofauna: a novel hypothesis for adult-juvenile interactions. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 347: 1-14. Pillay, D., Branch, G.M. and Forbes, A.T. 2007. Experimental evidence for the effects of the thalassinidean sandprawn Callianassa kraussi on macrobenthic communities. Marine Biology, 152: 611-618. Pillay, D., Branch, G.M. and Forbes, A.T. 2007. The influence of bioturbation by the sandprawn Callianassa kraussi on feeding and survival of the bivalve Eumarcia paupercula and the gastropod Nassarius kraussianus. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 344: 1-9. Pillay, N. and Banzhaf, W. 2007. A Genetic Programming Approach to the Generation of Hyper-Heuristics for the Uncapacitated Examination Timetabling Problem. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 4874: 223-234. Pillay, V. and Jonnalagadda, S.B. 2007. Elemental uptake by edible herbs and lettuce (Latuca sativa). Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part B-Pesticides Food Contaminants and Agricultural Wastes, 42: 423-428.

Parsons, R.A., Aldous, C.M. and Perrin, M.R. 2007. A genetic index for stripe- pattern reduction in the zebra: the quagga project. South African Journal of Wildlife Research, 37(2): 105-116.

Plisko, J. 2007. New species of South African acanthodriline earthworms of the genera Eodriloides and Chilota, with a redescription of Chilota quindecimus (Oligochaeta: Acanthodrilidae). African Invertebrates, 48(2): 33-40.

Parumasur, N., Banasiak, J. and Kozakiewicz, J. 2007. Challenges in the numerical solution for models in transport theory. Transport Theory and Statistical Physics, 36 (1-3): 67-78.

Ponsie, M.E., Edwards, T.J. and Johnson, S.D. 2007. A taxonomic revision of Bonatea Willd. (Orchidaceae: Orchidoideae: Habenariinae). South African Journal of Botany, 73: 1–21.

Paterson, M., Green, J.M. and Maunder, E.M.W. 2007. Running before we walk: How can we maximise the benefits from community service dietitians in KwaZulu-Natal South Africa? Health Policy, 82: 288-301.

Ponsie, M.E., Edwards, T.J. and Johnson, S.D. 2007. Habenaria transvaalensis Schltr. and Habenaria bonateoides M. Ponsie (Orchidaceae), revised descriptions and distributional records. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 355-359.

Paulsen, T.S., Encarnacion, J., Grunow, A.M., Layer, P.W. and Watkeys, M.K. 2007. New age constraints for a short pulse in Ross orogen deformation triggered by East-West Gondwana suturing. Gondwana Research, 12: 417-427.

Ponsie, M.E., Mitchell, A., Edwards, T.J. and Johnson, S.D. 2007. Phylogeny of Bonatea (Orchidaceae, Habenariinae) based on molecular and morphological Data. Plant Systematics and Evolution, 263: 253–268.

Perissinotto, R., Mayzaud, P., Nichols, P.D. and Labat, J.-.P. 2007. Grazing by Pyrosoma atlanticum (Tunicata, Thaliacea) in the south Indian Ocean. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 330: 1-11.

Prakash, S. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Micropropagation of Hoslundia opposita Vahl – a valuable medicinal plant. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 60-63. Prior, R.M., Lundgaard, N.H., Light, M.E., Stafford, G.I., Van Staden, J. and Jager, A.K. 2007. The polyacetylene falcarindial with COX-1 activity isolated from Aegopodium podagraria L. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 113: 176-178.

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Qwabe, L.Q., Pare, B. and Jonnalagadda, S.B. 2007. Ruthenium(III) determination by kinetic-catalytic method using the nile blue-acidic chlorite reaction. Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Ethiopia, 21(2): 171-178. Raab, R.E. 2007. The quadrupole-quadrupole polarizability of a nonmagnetic molecule. Molecular Physics, 105(23-24): 3051-3056. Rademeyer, M. 2007. 2-Aminopyridinium nitrate. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, 63: o545-o546. Rademeyer, M. 2007. 2-Phenylethylammonium bromide. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, 63: o221-o223. Rademeyer, M. 2007. catena-Poly[cyclohexylammonium [cadmate(II)-tri-u-bromido]]. Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online, E63: m829-m831. Rademeyer, M., Lemmerer, A. and Billing, D.G. 2007. Bis(4aminopyridinium) hexachloridostannate(IV) and bis( p-toluidinium) hexachloridostannate(IV). Acta Crystallographica Section C-Crystal Structure Communications, C63: m289–m292. Raftery, J.G. 2007. Representable idempotent commutative residuated lattices. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 359(9): 4405--4427. Raghunandan, A., Mahumane, G.M. and Diab, R.D. 2007. Elevated ozone events over Johannesburg based on analysis of tropospheric ozone partial columns. South African Journal of Science, 103: 248252. Ramburan, S.P. and Greenfield, P.L. 2007. The effects of chlormequat chloride and ethephon on agronomic and quality characteristics of South African irrigated wheat. South African Journal of Plant and Soil, 24(2): 106-113. Ramburan, S.P. and Greenfield, P.L. 2007. Use of ethephon and chrormequat chloride to manage plant height and lodging of irrigated barley (cv. Puma) when high rates of N-fertilizer are applied. South African Journal of Plant and Soil, 24(4): 181-187.

Rodrigues, B.G. 2007. On the stabilizers of the minimum-weight codewords of the binary codes from triangular graphs. Ars Combinatoria, 82: 353 -- 364. Rodrigues, B.G. 2007. On the stabilizers of the minimum-weight codewords of some binary codes from graphs on triples. Quaestiones Mathematicae, 30: 21 -- 26. Rodriguez Bernal, A. and Willie, R. 2007. Nesting inertial manifolds for reaction and diffusion equations with large diffusivity. Nonlinear Analysis-Theory Methods & Applications, 67: 70-93. Rubuluza, T., Nikolova, R.V., Smith, M.T. and Hannweg, K. 2007. In vitro induction of tetraploids in Colophospermum mopane by colchicine. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 259-261. Runezerwa Bizoza, A., Ortmann, G.F. and Lyne, M.C. 2007. Determinants of potato yield in Gikongoro province, Rwanda. Africa Insight, 37(1): 169-185. Shan, E., Kang, L. and Henning, M.A. 2007. Erratum to: “A linear Vizing-like relation relating the size and total domination number of a graph. Journal of Graph Theory, 54: 350--353. Sharma, R. and Maharaj, S.D. 2007. A class of relativistic stars with a linear equation of state. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 375: 1265-1268. Sharma, R. and Maharaj, S.D. 2007. On surface tension for compact stars. Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, 28: 133-138. Shateyi, S., Sibanda, P. and Motsa, S.S. 2007. Magnetohydrodynamic flow past a vertical plate with radiative heat transfer. Journal of Heat Transfer-Transactions of the ASME, 129: 1708-1713. Shittu, A.O., Lin, J. and Morrison, D. 2007. Molecular identification and characterization of mannitol-negative methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease, 57(1): 93-95.

Rasnitsyn, A.P. and Brothers, D.J. 2007. Two new hymenopteran fossils from the mid-Cretaceous of southern Africa (Hymenoptera: Jurapriidae, Evaniidae). African Invertebrates, 48 (1): 193–202.

Shittu, A.O., Udo, E.E. and Lin, J. 2007. Insights on virulence and antibiotic resistance : a review of the accessory genome of Staphylococcus aureus. Wounds-A Compendium of Clinical Research and Practice, 19(9): 237-244.

Reid, C., Slotow, R.H., Howison, O.E. and Balfour, D. 2007. Habitat changes reduce the carrying capacity of Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Park, South Africa, for Critically Endangered black rhinoceros Diceros bicornis. Oryx, 41(2): 247-254.

Singh, M., Rogers, C.B. and Ariatti, M. 2007. Targeting of glycosylated lipoplexes in HepG2 cells: Anomeric and C-4 epimeric preference of asialoglycoprotein receptor. South African Journal of Science, 103: 204-210.

Rivers-Moore, N.A., De moor, F.C., Morris, C.D. and O’Keeffe, J.H. 2007. Effect of flow variability modification and hydraulics on invertebrate communities in the Great Fish River (Eastern Cape Province, South Africa), with particular reference to critical hydraulic thresholds limiting larval densities of Simulium chutteri Lewis (Diptera, Simuliidae). River Research and Applications, 23: 201-222.

Siwela, M., Taylor, J.R.N., De Milliano, W.A.J. and Duodu, K.G. 2007. Occurrence and location of tannins in finger millet grain and antioxidant activity of different grain types. Cereal Chemistry, 84 (2): 169-174.

Rodrigues, B.G. 2007. On the dual binary codes of the triangular graphs. European Journal of Combinatorics, 28: 266 - 272.

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Stafford, G.I., Pedersen, P.D., Jager, A.K. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Monoamine oxidase inhibition by southern African traditional medicinal plants. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 384-390.

Thoemmes, G., Seaid, M. and Banda, M.K. 2007. Lattice Boltzmann Methods for Shallow Water Flow Applications. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 55: 673-692.

Street, R.A., Kulkarni, M.G., Burnett (stirk), W.A., Southway, C. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Toxicity of metal elements on germination and seedling growth of widely used medicinal plants belonging to Hyacinthaceae. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 79: 371-376.

Thompson, D.I., Edwards, T.J. and Van Staden, J. 2007. A novel dual-phase culture medium promotes germination and seedling establishment from immature embryos in South African Disa (Orchidaceae) species. Plant Growth Regulation, 53: 163-171.

Sukatsheva, I.D., Beattie, R. and Mostovski, M.B. 2007. Permomerope natalensis sp. n. from the Lopingian of South Africa, and a redescription of the type species of Permomerope (Trichoptera: Protomeropidae). African Invertebrates, 48(2): 245-251. Swart, J.H. and Murrell, H.C. 2007. An oscillatory model revisited. Chaos Solitons & Fractals, 32(4): 1325-1327. Swart, K. and Bob, U. 2007. The Eluding Link: Toward Developing a National Sport Tourism Strategy in South Africa Beyond 2010. Politikon, 34 (3): 373-391. Swaye, J.L., Plisko, J. and Hamer, M.L. 2007. The leaf-litter earthworm fauna (Annelida: Oligochaeta) of forests in Limpopo Province, South Africa: diversity, communities and conservation. African Zoology, 42(2): 172-179. Szep, T., Moller, A.P., Piper, S.E., Nuttall, R., Szabo, D. and Pap, P.L. 2007. Migratory connectivity in barn swallows and other hirundines. Journal of Ornithology, 148: 257-260. Tarduno, J.A., Cottrell, R.D., Watkeys, M.K. and Bauch, D. 2007. Geomagnetic field strength 3.2 billion years ago recorded by single silicate crystals. Nature, 446: 657-660.

Titshall, L.W., Hughes, J.C., Morris, C.D. and Zacharias, P.J.K. 2007. The disposal of a lime water treatment residue on soil and spoil material from a coalmine: a glasshouse investigation. Journal of Environmental Quality, 36: 568-579. Tobor-Kaplan, M.A., Holtkamp, R., Scharler, U.M., Doroszuk, A., Kuenen, F.J.A., Bloem, J. and De Ruiter, P.C. 2007. Evaluation of information indices as indicators of environmental stress in terrestrial soils. Ecological Modelling, 208: 80â&#x20AC;&#x201C;90. Torres Rodriguez, A. and Cress, C.M. 2007. Constraining the nature of dark energy using the Square Kilometer Array Telescope. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 376: 1831-1837. Tsvuura, Z., Griffiths, M.E. and Lawes, M.J. 2007. The effect of Herbaceous understory cover on fruit removal and seedling survival in coastal dune forest trees in South Africa. Biotropica, 39(3): 428-432. Uys, C.J. and Hamer, M.L. 2007. The effect of long-term fire treatments on invertebrates: results from experimental plots at Cathedral Peak, South Africa. African Journal of Range and Forage Science, 24(1): 1-7. Van Den Berg, J.E. 2007. Product closed modules need not be artinian. Publicationes Mathematicae-Debrecen, 70(3-4): 337-359.

Taye, G. and Njuho, P.M. 2007. An Improvement on Papadakis covariate to account for spatial variation. Journal of Agricultural Biological and Environmental Statistics, 12(3): 397-413.

Van Den Berg, J.E. 2007. Radical ideals in valuation domains. Canadian Journal of Mathematics-Journal Canadien de Mathematiques, 59(4): 880-896.

Taylor, N.J., Hills, P.N. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Cell division versus cell elongation: The control of radicle elongation during thermoinhibition of Tagetes minuta achenes. Journal of Plant Physiology, 164: 1612-1625.

Van Den Berg, J.E. and Wisbauer, R. 2007. Modules whose hereditary pretorsion classes are closed under products. Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, 209: 215-221.

Taylor, N.J., Light, M.E. and Van Staden, J. 2007. Monosaccharides promote flowering of Kniphofia leucocephala in vitro. Plant Growth Regulation, 52: 73-79. Taylor, T. and Parkin, D.T. 2007. Characterisation of 12 microsatellite primer pairs for the African Grey Parrot, Psittacus erithacus, and their conservation across the Psittaciformes. Molecular Ecology Notes, 7: 163-167. Taylor, T. and Parkin, D.T. 2007. Characterisation of 13 microsatellite loci for the Moluccan Cockatoo, Cacatua moluccensis, and Cuban Amazon, Amazona leucocephala, and their conservation and utility in other parrot species (Psittaciformes). Conservation Genetics, 8(4): 911-914. Thandar, A. 2007. Additions to the aspidochirotid, molpadid and apodid holothuroids (Echinoder-mata : Holothuroidea) from the east coast of southern Africa, with descriptions of new species. Zootaxa, 1414: 1-62.

Van Heerden, F.R., Horak, R.M., Maharaj, V.J., Vleggaar, R., Senabe, J.V. and Gunning, P.J. 2007. An appetite suppressant from Hoodia species. Phytochemistry, 68: 2545-2553. Van Kleunen, M. and Johnson, S.D. 2007. Effects of selfcompatibility on the distribution range of invasive European plants in North America. Conservation Biology, 21(6): 1537-1544. Van Kleunen, M. and Johnson, S.D. 2007. South African Iridaceae with rapid and profuse seedling emergence are more likely to become naturalized in other regions. Journal of Ecology, 95: 674-681. Van Kleunen, M., Fischer, M. and Johnson, S.D. 2007. Reproductive assurance through self-fertilization does not vary with population size in the alien invasive plant Datura stramonium. Oikos, 116: 1400-1412. Van Kleunen, M., Johnson, S.D. and Fischer, M. 2007. Predicting naturalisation of southern African Iridaceae in other regions. Journal of Applied Ecology, 44: 594-603.

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Van Wyk, E., Breen, C.M., Sherwill, T. and Magadlela, D. 2007. Challenges for the relationship between science and society: developing capacity for ecosystem governance in an emerging democracy. Water Policy, 9(2): 99-111. Verheest, F. 2007. Obliquely propagating large amplitude solitary waves in charge neutral plasmas. Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 14: 49-57. Verheest, F. 2007. Reply to J. F. McKenzie et al.’s comment on “Obliquely propagating large amplitude solitary waves in charge neutral plasmas”. Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 14: 545-546. Visser, N., Morris, C.D., Hardy, M.B. and Botha, J.C. 2007. Restoring bare patches in the Nama-Karoo of South Africa. African Journal of Range and Forage Science, 24(2): 87-96 Wakelin, J. and Hill, T.R. 2007. The impact of land transformation on breeding Blue Swallows Hirundo atrocaerulea Sundevall, in KwaZuluNatal, South Africa. Journal for Nature Conservation, 15: 245-255. Webb, G.M., Mckenzie, J.F., Mace, R.L., Ko, C.M. and Zank, P. 2007. Dual variational principles for nonlinear travelling waves in multifluid plasmas. Physics of Plasmas, 14: 082318-1 -- 082318-17. Willie, R. 2007. Analysis of Caughley model with diffusion from mathematical ecology. Nonlinear Analysis-Real World Applications, *(2007)doi.10.1016/j.nonrwa2007.01.006: 1-14. Wyllie, G.R.A., Munro, O.Q., Schulz, C.E. and Scheidt, W.R. 2007. Structural and physical characterization of (nitrato)iron(III) porphyrinates [Fe(por)(NO3)] - Variable coordination of nitrate. Polyhedron, 26(16): 4664-4672. Xaba, N. and Jaganyi, D. 2007. Change in Mechanistic Pathway of Hydroboration: A detailed kinetic study of H2BBr.SMe2 and HBBr2. SMe2. Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 692: 4052 -4058. Xuma, T. and Naidoo, G. 2007. Responses of an ethnobotanically important wetland species, Gunnera perpensa L. to soil waterlogging. Wetlands, 27(4): 928-935. Yaroshenko, V.V., Verheest, F. and Morfill, G.E. 2007. Dust-acoustic waves in collisional dusty plasmas of planetary rings. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 461: 385-391. Zewotir, T. and North, D.E. 2007. Focus on the Statistical education of prospective engineers in South Africa. Pythagoras, 65: 18-23. Zinn, A.D., Ward, D.M. and Kirkman, K.P. 2007. Inducible defences in Acacia sieberiana in response to giraffe browsing. African Journal of Range and Forage Science, 24(3): 123-130.

NELSON R MANDELA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Abdool Karim, Q. 2007. Prevention of HIV by Male Circumcision. British Medical Journal, 335: 4-5. Abdool Karim, S.S. and Abdool Karim, Q. 2007. Diverse approaches useful for microbicide trials. Nature, 449: 24.

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Abdool Karim, S.S., Abdool Karim, Q., Gouws, E. and Baxter, C. 2007. Global Epidemiology of HIV-AIDS. Infectious Disease Clinics of North America, 21(1): 1-17. Abdool Karim, S.S., Mlisana, K.P., Kharsany, A.B.M., Williamson, C., Baxter, C. and Abdool Karim, Q. 2007. Utilizing nucleic acid amplification to identify acute HIV infection. AIDS, 21(5): 653-655. Bahn, A., Singh, J.A., Upshur, R.E., Singer, P.A. and Daar, A.S. 2007. Grand Challenges in Global Health: Engaging civil society organizations in biomedical research in developing countries. Plos Medicine, 4(9): e272 doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.0040272. Berndtson, K., Singer, P.A., Diad, T., Tracy, S., Bhan, A., Cohen, E.R.M., Upshur, R.E., Singh, J.A., Daar, A.S. and Lavery, J.V. 2007. Grand Challenges in Global Health: ethical, social, and cultural issues based on key informant perspectives. Plos Medicine, 4(9): e268. doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.0040268. Bhigjee, A.I., Moodley, K. and Ramkissoon, K. 2007. Multiple Sclerosis in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa:an epidemiological and clinical study. Multiple Sclerosis, 13: 1095 - 1099. Bhigjee, A.I., Padayachee, R., Paruk, H.F., Pillay, K.D., Marais, S. and Connoly, C. 2007. Diagnosis of Tuberculous Meningitis: clinical and laboratory parameters. International Journal of Infectious Diseases, 11: 348-354. Biccard, B.M. and Bandu, R. 2007. Clinical risk predictors associated with cardiac mortality following vascular surgery in South African patients. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 18 (4): 216220. Bland, R.M., Becquet, R., Rollins, N.C., Coutsoudis, A., Coovadia, H.M. and Newell, M. 2007. Breast health problems are rare in both HIV-infected and HIV-uninfected women who receive counseling and support for breast-feeding in South Africa. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 45 (11): 1502-1510. Bland, R.M., Rollins, N.C., Coovadia, H.M., Coutsoudis, A. and Newell, M. 2007. Infant feeding counselling for HIV-infected and uninfected women: appropriateness of choice and practice. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 85(4): 289-296. Blyth, D.F., Soni, M.A. and Moran, N.F. 2007. Massive Hemoptysis in an Immunocompromised Pregnant Woman With Human Immunodeficiency Virus Disease and Active Pulmonary Tuberculosis. Annals of Thoracic Surgery, 84: 2085-2086. Chang, Q., Mclinden, J.H., Stapleton, J.T., Sathar, M.A. and Xiang, J. 2007. Expression of GB virus C NS5A protein from genotypes 1,2,3 and 5 and a 30aa fragment inhibit human immunodeficiency virus type 1 replication in a CD4+ T-lymphocyte cell line. Journal of General Virology, 88: 3341-3346. Clarke, D.L., Thomson, S.R., Anderson, F., Moodley, M., Buccimazza, I. and Moodley, V. 2007. Palliation of malignant hilar obstruction at a single centre- review of operative and non-operative techniques. South African Journal of Surgery, 45(1): 12-16.

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Clarke, D.L., Thomson, S.R., Bissetty, T., Madiba, T.E., Buccimazza, I. and Anderson, F. 2007. A single surgical unit’s experience with abdominal tuberculosis in the HIV/AIDS era. World Journal of Surgery, 31: 1088-1097. Coetzer, M., Cilliers, T., Papathanasoppulos, M., Ramjee, G., Abdool Karim, S.S., Williamson, C. and Morris, L. 2007. Longitudinal analysis of HIV Type 1 subtype C envelope sequences from South Africa. AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses, 23 (2): 316-321. Coovadia, H.M. and Bland, R.M. 2007. Preserving breastfeeding practice through the HIV pandemic. Tropical Medicine & International Health, 12(9): 1-18. Coovadia, H.M. and Coutsoudis, A. 2007. HIV, infant feeding, and survival: old wine in new bottles, but brimming with promise. AIDS, 21: 1837 -1840. Coovadia, H.M., Rollins, N.C., Bland, R.M., Little, K., Coutsoudis, A., Bennish, M.L. and Newell, M. 2007. Mother-to-child transmission of HIV-1 infection during exclusive breastfeeding in the first 6 months of life: An intervention cohort study. Lancet, 369: 11071116. Couper, I., Hugo, J.F.M., Tumbo, J.M., Harvey, B.M. and Malete, N.H. 2007. Key issues in clinic functioning - a case study of two clinics. SAMJ (South African Medical Journal), 97(2): 124-129. Daftary, A., Padayatchi, N. and Padilla, M. 2007. HIV testing and disclosure: A qualitative analysis of TB patients in South Africa. Aids Care, 19(4): 572-577. Danaviah, S., Govender, S. and Cassol, S. 2007. Histopathology and genotyping in infectious spondylitis of HIV- and HIV+ patients. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 460: 50-55. Danaviah, S., Govender, S., Gordon (Tarin), M.L. and Cassol, S. 2007. Atypical mycobacterial spondylitis in HIV- negative patients identified by genotyping. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery-British Volume, 89(3): 346-348. Dilraj, A., Abdool Karim, S.S. and Pillay, S. 2007. Challenging racial stereotyping of AIDS in South Africa with prevalence of HIV in pregnant women. SAMJ (South African Medical Journal), 97(1): 42. Dlamini, P.S., Kohi, T., Uys, L.R., Phetlhu, R., Chirwa, M.L., Naidoo, J.R., Holzemer, W.L., Greeff, M. and Makoae, L.N. 2007. Verbal and Physical Abuse and Neglect as Manifestations of HIV/ AIDS Stigma in Five African Countries. Public Health Nursing, 24(5): 389-399. Gaym, A., Mashego, M., Kharsany, A.B.M., Frohlich, J.A., Walldorf, J. and Abdool Karim, Q. 2007. High Prevalence of abnormal Pap smears among young women co-infected with HIV in rural South Africa- implications for cervical cancer screening policies in high HIV prevalence populations. SAMJ (South African Medical Journal), 97(2): 120-123.

Govinden, U., Mocktar, C., Moodley, P., Sturm, A.W. and Essack, S.Y. 2007. Geographical evolution of the CTX-M beta-lactamase-an update. African Journal of Biotechnology, 6(7): 831-839. Gray, S., Shaw, G.M., Abdool Karim, S.S., Williamson, C., Morris, L., Moore, P.L., Choge, I., Decker, M., Bibollet-Ruche, F., Li, H., Leseka, N., Treurnicht, F. and Mlisana, K.P. 2007. Neutralizing antibody responses in acute Human Immunodeficiency virus Type 1 subtype C infection. Journal of Virology, 81(12): 6187-6196 Harries, C.S. and Botha, J.H. 2007. Undergraduate medical students’ reasoning with regard to the prescribing process. South African Journal of Higher Education, 21 (5): 455-467. Heikens, G.T., Molyneux, E., Broadhead, A., Rollins, N.C. and Adhikari, M. 2007. Research challenges to improve maternal and child survival. Lancet, 369: 2159-2160. Hill, S.R., Gray, A.L. and Weber, M. 2007. Setting standards for essential children’s medicines. Bulletin of the World Health Organization: The International Journal of Public Health, 85(9): 650. Hodgson, R.E. 2007. Enterocyte protection - a new goal in ICU nutrition. Southern African Journal of Critical Care, 23(1): 6-8. Hodgson, R.E., Milner, A., Barrett, A., Alberts, A., Joubert, I. and Hold, A. 2007. Airway management resources in operating theatres Provisional recommendations for South African hospitals and clinics. Southern African Journal of Anesthesia and Analgesia, 13(6): 17-23. Holzemer, W.L., Cuca, Y., Naidoo, J.R., Uys, L.R., Makoae, L.N., Stewart, A., Phetlhu, R., Dlamini, P.S., Greeff, M., Kohi, T. and Chirwa, M.L. 2007. A conceptual model of HIV/AIDS stigma from five African countries. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 58(6): 541-551. Holzinger, T., Shaik, A.S. and Hadley, G.P. 2007. The role of nutritional intervention in children with nephroblastoma. South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 20(3): 96-100. Human, A.W. and Govender, S. 2007. Odontoid fractures in the elderly. SA Orthopedic Journal, 4(4): 28-31. Israel-Ballard, K., Donovan, R., Chantry, C.J., Coutsoudis, A., Sheppard, H.W., Sibeko, L. and Abrams, B. 2007. Flash-heat inactivation of HIV-1 in human milk: a potential method to reduce postnatal transmission in developing countries. Jaids-Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 45(3): 318-323. Jackson, D.J., Chopra, M., Doherty, T.M., Colvin, M.S.E., Levin, j., Willumsen, J., Goga, A. and Moodley, P. 2007. Operational effectiveness and 36 week HIV-free survival in the South African programme to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV-1. AIDS, 21: 509-516. Jinabhai, C.C., Taylor, M., Reddy, P., Monyeki, D., Kamabaran, N., Omardien, R.G. and Sullivan, K.R. 2007. Sex differences in under and over nutrition among school-going Black teenagers in South Africa: An uneven nutrition trajectory. Tropical Medicine & International Health, 12(8): 944-952.

Govender, S., Ramnarain, A. and Danaviah, S. 2007. Cervical Spine Tuberculosis in Children. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 460: 78-85.

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Khan, M., Pillay, T., Moodley, J., Ramjee, A. and Padayatchi, N. 2007. Pregnancies complicated by multidrug-resistant tuberculosis and HIV co-infection in Durban, South Africa. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 11(6): 706-708. Kiviat, A.D., Geary, M.C., Sunpath, H., Moosa, M.Y.S., Wilson, D., Narasimhan, P. and Gandhi, R.T. 2007. HIV Online Provider Education (HOPE):The Internet as a Tool for Training in HIV Medicine. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 196 (Suppl 3): S512. Kuremu, R., Hadley, G.P. and Wiersma, R. 2007. Gastrointestinal tract perforation in neonates. Tropical Doctor, 37: 1-3. Le Roux, A.A. and Nadvi, S.S. 2007. Acute Extradural Haematoma in the Elderly. British Journal of Neurosurgery, 21(1): 16-20. Lebon, A., Bland, R.M., Rollins, N.C., Coutsoudis, A., Coovadia, H.M. and Newell, M. 2007. Short communication: CD4 counts of HIV-infected pregnant women and their infected children implications for PMTCT and treatment programmes. Tropical Medicine & International Health, 12(12): 1472-1474. Lukhele, M., Mody, G.M. and Vlok, G.J. 2007. Practical guidelines for orthopaedic surgeons on the management of osteoporosis and fragility fractures. SA Orthopedic Journal, 6(1): 8 - 16. Luzar, B., Antony, F., Ramdial, P.K. and Calonje, E. 2007. Intravascular Kaposiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sarcoma - a hitherto unrecognised phenomenon. Journal of Cutaneous Pathology, 34: 861 - 864 Macqueen, K. and Abdool Karim, Q. 2007. Practice Brief : Adolescents and HIV clinical trials: ethics, culture, and context. JanacJournal of the Association of Nurses in Aids Care, 18(2): 78-82. Madiba, T.E. 2007. The Value of Research in Surgery. South African Journal of Surgery, 45(4): 115-120. Maharaj, N.R., Gangaram, R. and Moodley, J. 2007. The menopause, hormone replacement therapy and informed consent: are women in an under-resourced country adequately aware. Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 27(3): 300-304. Maharaj, R. and Osborne, I. 2007. The King-Denborough Syndrome in the Paediatric Patient. Southern African Journal of Anesthesia and Analgesia, 13(2): 27-30. Mahomed, O., Jinabhai, C.C., Taylor, M. and Yancey, A. 2007. The preparedness of emergency medical services against occupationally acquired communicable diseases in the pre-hospital environment in South Africa. Emergency Medicine Journal, 17:18: 494-500. Mashaphu, S. and Mkize, D.L. 2007. HIV seropositivity in patients with first-episode psychosis. South African Journal of Psychiatry, 13(3): 90-94 Mashego, M., Johnson, D., Frohlich, J.A., Carrara, H.R.O. and Abdool Karim, Q. 2007. High Aids-related mortality among young women in rural KwaZulu-Natal. SAMJ South African Medical Journal, 97(8): 589-594. Mathibe, L.J. 2007. Improving the Quality of Small RCTs Nested in Routine Clinical Practice. South African Family Practice, 49(1): 5-6.

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Mathibe, L.J. 2007. Perceptions of Student Nurses Regarding the Use of a Popular Autobiography as a Teaching Tool. Nurse Education Today, 27(3): 247-255. Mcfarlane, T.C. and Kleinloog, R. 2007. Does cold blood cardioplegia solution cause deterioration in clinical pulmonary function following coronary artery bypass graft surgery? Perfusion-UK, 22: 103-113. Mcfarlane, T.C., Kleinloog, R. and Bennett, M. 2007. Pulmonary sequestration of cardioplegia administered via the aortic root during aortocoronary bypass surgery. Perfusion-UK, 22: 93-101. Mcnally, L.M., Jeena, P.M., Gajee, K., Thula, S.A., Sturm, A.W., Cassol, S., Tomkins, A.M., Coovadia, H.M. and Goldblatt, D. 2007. Effect of age, polymicrobial disease, and maternal HIV status on treatment response and cause of severe pneumonia in South African children: A prospective descriptive study. Lancet, 369: 1440 - 1451. Mkize, D.L. 2007. Human rights abuses at a mental hospital. South African Journal of Psychiatry, 13(4): 137-142 Mocktar, C., Govinden, U., Sturm, A.W. and Essack, S.Y. 2007. TEM-145 and TEM-146 b-lactamases produced by Escherichia coli isolates from state hospitals in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. African Journal of Biotechnology, 6(5): 493-496. Moletsane, R.T., De lange, N., Mitchell, C.A., Stuart, D.J., Buthelezi, M.T. and Taylor, M. 2007. Photo-voice as a tool for analysis and activism in response to HIV and AIDS stigmatization in a rural KwaZulu-Natal school. Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 19 (1): 19-28. Moodley, J. 2007. Letters Cerebral hemodynamics in pre-eclampsia: cerebral perfusion and the rationale for an alternative to magnesium sulfate. Obstetrical & Gynecological Survey, 62(2): 115. Moodley, J. 2007. Maternal deaths due to hypertensive disorders in pregnancy: Saving Mothers report 2002-2004. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 18(6): 358-361. Moodliar, S., Moodley, J. and Esterhuizen, T.M. 2007. Complications associated with caesarean delivery in a setting with high HIV prevalence rates. European Journal of Obstetrics Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, 131(2): 138-145. Mosam, A., Sathar, M.A., Dawood, H., Cassol, E., Esterhuizen, T.M. and Coovadia, H.M. 2007. Effect of GB Virus C co-infection in response to generic HAART in African patients with HIV-1 clade C infection. AIDS, 21(10): 1377-1378. Naidoo, J.R., Uys, L.R., Greeff, M., Holzemer, W.L., Makoae, L.N., Dlamini, P.S., Phetlhu, R., Chirwa, M.L. and Kohi, T. 2007. Urban and rural differences in HIV/AIDS stigma in five African countries. African Journal of AIDS Research, 6(1): 17-23. Naidoo, M.L., Singh, B., Ramdial, P.K., Moodley, J., Allopi, L. and Lester, B. 2007. Lymphoepithelial lesions of the parotid gland in the HIV era - a South African experience. South African Journal of Surgery, 45(4): 136-140.

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Naidoo, P., Jinabhai, C.C. and Taylor, M. 2007. Role and contribution of private healthcare sector doctors in the management of HIV-Infected patients in the eThekwini Metropolitan area of KwaZulu-Natal. The Southern African Journal of Epidemiology and Infection, 22(1): 13-17 Naidoo, R.N., Robins, T.G., Becklake, M.R., Seixas, N.S. and Thompson, M.L. 2007. Cross-shift peak expiratory flow changes are unassociated with respirable coal dust exposure among South African coal miners. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 50: 992-998. Naidoo, S., Taylor, M. and Jinabhai, C.C. 2007. Critical risk factors driving the tuberculosis epidemic in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The Southern African Journal of Epidemiology and Infection, 22 (2,3): 45-49. Naidoo, T.D., Paruk, N. and Moodley, J. 2007. Shock associated ischaemic colitis following massive obstetric haemorrhage. Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 27(3): 320-321. Nicholl, D.J., Jenkins, T., Miles, S.H., Hopkins, W., Siddiqui, A., Boulton, F. and Sathar, M.A. 2007. Biko to Guantanamo: 30 years of medical involvement in torture. Lancet, 370: 823. Nyamande, K. and Lalloo, U.G. 2007. Poor adherence to South African guidelines for the management of community-acquired pneumonia. SAMJ (South African Medical Journal), 97(8): 601-603. Nyamande, K., Lalloo, U.G. and John, M. 2007. TB presenting as community-acquired pneumonia in a setting of high incidence and high HIV prevalence. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 11(12): 1308-1313. Nyamande, K., Lalloo, U.G. and Vawda, F. 2007. Comaparison of plain chest radiography and high-resolution CT in human immunodeficiency virus infected patients with community-acquired pneumonia: a sub-Saharan Africa study. British Journal of Radiology, 80: 302-306. Olson, D.P., Day, C.L., Magula, N.P., Sahid, F. and Moosa, M.Y.S. 2007. Case report: Cutaneous extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 77(3): 551-554. Oyoo, G.O. and Mody, G.M. 2007. Report on the Fifth African League Against Rheumatism Congress in Nairobi, Kenya. Clinical Rheumatology, 26: 1033-1035 Padayatchi, N. and Friedland, G.H. 2007. Managing multiple and extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis and HIV. Expert Opinion on Pharmacotherapy, 8(8): 1035-1037. Papathakis, P.C., Rollins, N.C., Chantry, C.J., Bennish, M.L. and Brown, K.H. 2007. Micronutrient status during lactation in HIVinfected and HIV-uninfected South African women during the first 6 months after delivery. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 85: 182-192. Pillay, A.L. and Kritzinger, A.M. 2007. The dissertation as a component in the training of Clinical Psychologists. South African Journal of Psychology, 37(3): 638-655.

Pillay, A.L., Kriel, A.J. and Moodley, S.V. 2007. Secondary school learners’ essays on suicide prevention. Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 19(2): 131-136. Pillay, M. and Sturm, A.W. 2007. Evolution of the extensively drugresistant F15/LAM4/KZN strain of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 45: 14091414. Rambiritch, V., Pillai, G., Maharaj, B. and Robertson, L.I. 2007. Glibenclamide - which dose? SAMJ (South African Medical Journal), 97(7): 476. Ramdial, P.K., Calonje, E., Singh, B., Bagratee, J.S., Singh, S.M. and Sydney, C. 2007. Amebiasis cutis revisited. Journal of Cutaneous Pathology, 34: 620 - 628 Ramdial, P.K., Calonje, E., Sydney, C., Subrayan, S., Meyiwa, P. and Aboobaker, J. 2007. Tuberculids as sentinel lesions of tuberculous epididymo-orchitis. Journal of Cutaneous Pathology, 34: 830 - 836. Ramlakan, R.J.S. and Govender, S. 2007. Sacroiliac Joint Tuberculosis. International Orthopaedics, 31: 121-124. Ramnarain, A. and Govender, S. 2007. The wandering bullet. SA Orthopedic Journal, Autumn: 62-64. Ramogale, M.R., Moodley, J. and Sebitloane, H.M. 2007. HIVassociated maternal mortality – primary causes of death at King Edward VIII Hospital, Durban. SAMJ (South African Medical Journal), 97(5): 363-366. Ranjith, N., Pegoraro, R.J., Naidoo, D.P. and Esterhuizen, T.M. 2007. Metabolic syndrome in young Asian Indian patients with myocardial infarction. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 18(4): 228-33. Ranjith, N., Pegoraro, R.J., Naidoo, D.P., Kaloo, A.S. and Esterhuizen, T.M. 2007. The Role of Echocardiography and its Comparison with NT-proBNP Measurements in Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction. Medical Science Monitor, 13(12): CR574-578. Raschke, M., Rasmussen, M.H., Govender, S., Segal, D., Suntum, M. and Christiansen, J.S. 2007. Effects of Growth Hormone in Patiens with Tibial Fracture: A Randomized, Double Blind, Placebocontrolled clinical Trial. European Journal of Endocrinology, 156: 341-351. Reddy, E. and Robbs, J.V. 2007. Surgical management of Takayasu’s arteries in children and adolscents. Cardiovascular Journal of Africa, 18(6): 393-396. Rollins, N.C., Coovadia, H.M., Bland, R.M., Coutsoudis, A., Bennish, M.L., Patel, D. and Newell, M. 2007. Pregnancy outcomes in HIV-Infected and uninfected women in rural and urban South Africa. Jaids-Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 44 (3): 321-328.

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Rollins, N.C., Van Den Broeck, J., Kindra, G., Pent, M., Kasambira, T. and Bennish, M.L. 2007. The effect of nutritional support on weight gain on HIV-infected children with prolonged diarrhoea. Acta Paediatrica, 96: 62-68

Taylor, M., Dlamini, S.B., Sathiparsad, R., Jinabhai, C.C. and De Vries, H. 2007. Perceptions and attitudes of secondary school students in KwaZulu-Natal towards virginity testing. Health SA / Gesondheid, 12 (2): 27-36.

Sathyapal, S. 2007. Fracture remodelling in children. SA Orthopedic Journal, Autumn: 48-54.

Thobakgale, C.F., Prendergast, A., Tudor-Williams, G., Dong, K., Jeena, P.M., Kindra, G., Bobat, R.A., Coovadia, H.M., Kiepiela, P., Walker, B.D., Goulder, P.J.R., Ramduth, D., Reddy, S., Mkhwanazi, N.P., De Pierres, C.K., Moodley, E.S., Mphatswe, T.W.P., Blanckenberg, N. and Cengimbo, A. 2007. Human immunodeficiency virus-specific CD8+ T-cell activity is detectable from birth in the majority of in utero-infected infants. Journal of Virology, 81(23): 12775-12784.

Seedat, Y.K. 2007. Impact of poverty on hypertension and cardiovascular disease in sub-Saharan Africa. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa, 18(5): 316-320. Sikhondze, W., Madiba, T.E., Naidoo, N.M. and Muckart, D.J.J. 2007. Predictors of outcome in patients requiring surgery for liver trauma. Injury-International Journal of the Care of the Injured, 38: 65-70. Sing, Y. and Ramdial, P.K. 2007. Cryptococcal Inflammatory Pseudotumors. American Journal of Surgical Pathology, 31(10): 1521 - 1527 Singer, P.A., Taylor, A.D., Daar, A.S., Upshur, R.E., Singh, J.A. and Lavery, J.V. 2007. Grand Challenges in Global Health: The Ethical, Social and Cultural Program. Plos Medicine, 4(9): e265. doi:10.1371/ journal.pmed.0040265. Singh, B. and Lazarus (Ramsaroop), L. 2007. Upper limb sympathectomy: a historical reappraisal of the surgical anatomy. Clinical Anatomy, 20(8): 863-867.

Tindana, P., Singh, J.A., Tracy, S., Upshur, R.E., Daar, A.S., Singer, P.A., Frohlich, J.A. and Lavery, J.V. 2007. Grand Challenges in Global Health: Community Engagement in Research in Developing Countries. Plos Medicine, 4(9): e273. Williams, B.G., Gouws, E., Ramjee, G. and Abdool Karim, S.S. 2007. Response to Brown et al., ‘Incident and prevalent herpes simplex virus type 2 infection increases risk of HIV acquisition among women in Uganda and Zimbabwe’. AIDS, 21(17): 2356-2357. Zulu, B.M.W., Mulaudzi, T.V., Madiba, T.E. and Muckart, D.J.J. 2007. Outcome of head injuries in general surgical units with an offsite neurosurgical service. Injury-International Journal of the Care of the Injured, 38: 576-583.

Singh, J.A. 2007. Treating war detainees and terror suspects: legal and ethical responsibilities of military physicians. Military Medicine, 172: 15-21.

Books and Chapters

Singh, J.A., Govender, M. and Mills, E.J. 2007. Health and Human Rights 2: Do Human Rights Matter to Health? Lancet, 370(9586): 521-527.

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

Singh, J.A., Upshur, R.E. and Padayatchi, N. 2007. XDR-TB in South Africa: No Time for Denial or Complacency. Plos Medicine, 4(1): e50.

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Solomon, G.M. and Moodley, J. 2007. Acute chlorpyrifos poisoning in pregnancy: a case report. Clinical Toxicology, 45(4): 416-419.

Alant, B.S. and Malcolm, C.K.2007. Science Education Research in Southern Africa, in Mathematics and Science Education in Developing Countries: Issues, Experiences and Cooperation Prospects, edited by M. Nagao, Jim Rogan and M.C. Mayno. Phillipines: University of Phillipines: 77-142.

Strode, A.E., Slack, C.M., Wassenaar, D.R. and Singh, J.A. 2007. One step forward, two steps back – requiring ministerial approval for all ‘non-therapeutic’ health research involving minors. South African Medical Journal, 97(3): 200-202.

Allnutt, S., Mitchell, C.A. and Stuart, D.J. 2007. The visual family archive: Uses and interpretations, in Putting people in the Picture: Visual Methodologies for Social Change, Rotterdam/Taipai: Sense: 89-100.

Taylor, M., Dlamini, S.B., Nyawo, N.N., De Vries, H., Sathiparsad, R., Jinabhai, C.C., Huver, R. and Sullivan, K.R. 2007. The association between HIV testing and sexual behaviour amongst rural Zulu high school students in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The Southern African Journal of Epidemiology and Infection, 22 (1): 23-29.

Balfour, R.J. 2007. Language and Gender, in International Encyclopaedia of Men and Masculinities. London: Routledge: 12-24.

Taylor, M., Dlamini, S.B., Nyawo, N.N., Huver, R., Jinabhai, C.C. and De Vries, H. 2007. Reasons for Inconsistent Condom Use by Rural South African High School Students. Acta Paediatrica, 86: 287291.

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Buthelezi, M.T. 2007. Dimensions of Diversity: Educating Urban Township learners, a case of Umlazi Township School in Durban, South Africa, in International Handbook on Urban Education. US: Springer: 145-181. De Lange, N., Mitchell, C.A. and Stuart, D.J. 2007. An introduction to Putting People in the Picture: Visual Methodologies for Social Changes, in Putting people in the Picture: Visual Methodologies for Social Change, Rotterdam/Taipei: Sense Publishers: 1-9.

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De lange, N., Mitchell, C.A., Stuart, D.J., Moletsane, R.T. and Buthelezi, M.T. 2007. Children’s provocative images of stigma, vulnerability and violence in the age of AIDS: Re-visualisations of childhood, in Putting People in the Picture: Visual Methodologies for Social Change, Rotterdam/Taipei: Sense Publishers: 59-71. John, V.M. and Houghton, T.G. 2007. Towards Sustainable Peace Education: Theoretical and Methodological Frameworks of a Program in South Africa., in Addressing Ethnic Conflict Through Peace Education: International Perspectives., New York: Palgrave Macmillan: 187-199. Karlsson, J. 2007. Mobility and equity: school transport, cost of schooling and class formation in post-apartheid South Africa, in Dilemmas of implementing educational reforms: Explorations from South Africa and Sweden, Uppsala: STEP, Uppsala University: 287302. Karlsson, J. 2007. Reforming the city school in South Africa: mapping the history from apartheid Durban to post-apartheid eThekwini, in International Handbook of Urban Education, New York: Springer: 91-114. Karlsson, J. 2007. The novice visual researcher, in Putting People in the Picture: Visual Methodologies for Social Change, Rotterdam: Sense Publishers: 185-201. Larkin, J., Lombardo, C., Walker, L., Bahreini, R., Tharao, W., Mitchell, C.A. and Dubazane, N. 2007. Taking it Global Xpress: Youth photovoice and HIV/AIDS, in Putting people in the picture: Visual Methodologies for Social Change. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers: 31-41. Malcolm, C.K. and Alant, B.P. 2007. Science Education Research in Southern Africa, in Mathematics and Science Education in Developing Countries: Issues, Experiences and Cooperation Prospects, Philippines: University of the Philippines Press: 77-142. Mitchell, C.A. and Pithouse, K.J. 2007. Looking into change studying participant engagement in photovoice projects, in Putting People in the Picture: Visual Methodologies for Social Change. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers: 141-150. Moletsane, R.T. and Mitchell, C.A. 2007. On Working with a Single Photograph, in Putting People in the Picture: Visual Methodologies for Social Change, Rotterdam: Sense: 131-140. Morrell, R.G. 2007. Do you want to be a father? School-going youth in Durban schools at the turn of the 21st century, in From Boys to Men: Social Constructions of Masculinity in Contemporary Society, Cape Town: UCT Press: 75-93. Morrell, R.G. 2007. On a knife’s edge: masculinity in black working class schools in Post-Apartheid Education, in Masculinity and Schooling: International Practices and Perspectives, London, Ontario, Canada: Althouse Press: 35-57. Morrell, R.G. 2007. Teenage Fatherhood, in International Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities. London and New York: Routledge: 197-198.

Mudaly, V. and Julie, C. 2007. Mathematical Modelling of Social Issues in School Mathematics in South Africa, in Applications and Modelling in Mathematics Education. New York: Springer: 99-107. Olivier, M.A.J., Wood, L. and De lange, N. 2007. Changing our eyes: Seeing hope, in Putting People in the Picture: Visual Methodologies for Social Change, Rotterdam/Taipei: Sense Publishers: 11-29. Park, E.G., Mitchell, C.A. and De Lange, N. 2007. Working with digital archives: Photovoice and meta-analysis in the context of HIV/ AIDS, in Putting people in the picture: Visual Methodologies for Social Change. Amsterdam: Sense: 163-171. Pattman, R.W. 2007. The significance students attach to race at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, in Undressing Durban. Durban: Madiba Press: 390-406. Pattman, R.W. and Bhana, D. 2007. Invoking ‘Culture’ and ‘Sexuality’: Black Girls in Mixed ‘Race’ Schools in Durban, in Undressing Durban. Durban: Madiba Publishers: 343-361. Pillay, G. and Govinden, D. 2007. An exhibit of metamorphosis: Using a cubist metaphor in (re) searching and narrating teachers’ lives, in Putting People in the Picture Visual Methodologies for Social Change. Rotterdam/Taipei: Sense Publishers: 115-128. Rule, P.N. 2007. Healing, hiding and hope(lessness): HIV/AIDS and workplace education in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, in Educating the Global Workforce: Knowledge, Knowledge Work, and Knowledge Workers. London, New York: Routledge: 76-88. Searle, R.L. and Mckenna, S. 2007. Policy discourses about teaching excellence in a transforming south africa, in International Perspectives on Teaching Excellence in Higher Education: Improving Knowledge and Practice, edited by A. Skelton. Abendon Oxfordshire: Routledge: 103-116. Stuart, D.J. 2007. Drawings and Transformation in the Health Arena, in Putting people in the Picture: Visual Methodologies for Social Change, Amsterdam: Sense: 229-240. Taylor, M., De lange, N., Sathiparsad, R., Dlamini, S. and Nyawo, N. 2007. Using photovoice to study the challenges facing women teachers in rural KwaZulu-Natal, in Putting People in the Picture: Visual Methodologies for Social Change, Rotterdam/Taipei: Sense Publishers: 45-58.

BOOKS Hugo, W. 2007. Ladders of beauty: hierarchical pedagogy from plato to dante . Bern: Peter lang: 251

FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES CHAPTERS IN BOOKS Day, C. and Gray, A.L. 2007. Health and related indicators, in South African Health Review 2007, Durban: Health Systems Trust: 215-343.

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Gqaleni, N., Moodley, I., Kruger, H., Ntuli, A. and McLeod, H. 2007. Traditional and complementary medicine, in South African Health Review 2007, edited by S. Harrison, R. Bhana and A. Ntuli. Durban: Health Systems Trust: 175-188. Gray, A.L. 2007. Developing, registering and using medicines, in Health and Democracy: a Guide to Human Rights, Health Law and Policy in post-apartheid South Africa, Cape Town: Siber Ink: 412-435. Ojewole, J.A.O. 2007. South African medicinal plants used as antidiabetic remedies in Zulu folk medicine, in Recent Developments in Medicinal Plant Research, edited by A. Capasso. Kerala, India: Research Signpost: 121-145

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES, DEV. & SOCIAL SCIENCES CHAPTERS IN BOOKS Baker, D.P. 2007. Introduction: Alvin Plantiga, God’s Philosopher, in Alvin Plantiga: Contemporary Philosophy in focus. New York: Cambridge University Press: 1-14. Ballard, R.J. 2007. Defending animals; defending suburbs; defending civilisation, in Undressing Durban. Durban: Madiba: 250-256. Bond, P.M. 2007. Civil Society and Wolfowitz’s World Bank: Reform or rejection revisited, in The World Bank: Poverty, Development and Hegemony. Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press: 469-506. Bond, P.M. 2007. Conclusion, in Climate Change, Carbon Trading and Civil Society: Negative Returns on South African Investments . Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press: 171-175. Bond, P.M. 2007. Dirty politics: South African energy , in Climate Change, Carbon Trading and Civil Society: Negative Returns on South African Investments . Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press: 25-52. Bond, P.M. 2007. Johannesburg: Of gold and gangsters, in Evil Paradises: Dreamworlds of Neoliberalism . New York: New Press: 114-126. Bond, P.M. 2007. Oil companies and African Wealth Depletion, in Climate Change, Carbon Trading and Civil Society: Negative Returns on South African Investments. Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press: 151-169. Bond, P.M. 2007. Volatile, uneven and combined capitalism , in Political Economy and Global Capitalism: The 21st Century, Present and Future . London and NY: Anthem: 127-154. Bond, P.M., Erion, G. and Dada, R. 2007. Introduction, in Climate Change, Carbon Trading and Civil Society: Negative Returns on South African Investments . Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press: 1-21. Chari, S. 2007. How do activists act? Conceiving counterhegemony in Durban, in Counterhegemony in the Colony and Postcolony. Basingstoki: Palgrave MacMillan: 252-274.

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Coullie, J.E. 2007. New Life Stories in the New South Africa, in Economies of Representation, 1790-2000: Colonialism and Commerce. Aldershot & Burlington: Ashgate: 183-191. Dangor, S.E. 2007. Interrogating the Global War on Terrorism:Defining the Boundaries, in Islam in Contemporary Africa: On Violence, Terrorism & Development. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 61-80. De Meyer, B.A. 2007. Vies imaginaires ou chroniques d’une mort annoncée, in Retours à Marcel Schwob. D’un siècle à l’autre (19052005). Rennes: Presses Universitaires Rennes: 187-199. Denis, P.M.B.R. 2007. Les métamorphoses d’une ville sud-africaine: Pietermaritzburg (KwaZulu-Natal) de l’ère coloniale à l’avènement de la démocratie, in Villes d’Afrique. Explorations en histoire urbaine. Cahiers africains - Afrika Studies n° 73. Paris: L’Harmattan: 218-237. Draper, J.A. 2007. “The Holy Vine of David made known to the Gentiles through God’s servant Jesus: “Christian Judaism” in the Didache”, in Jewish Christianity Reconsidered: Rethinking Ancient Groups and Texts. Minneapolis: Fortress: 257-283. Draper, J.A. 2007. “«Ils virent Dieu, puis ils mangèrent et burent » (Exode 24 :11) : l’immanence mystique du dieu transcendant dans la création, la théophanie et l’incarnation dans « l’étrange » Jésus de l’évangile de Jean”, in Figures del’étrangeté dans l’évangile de Jean: Etudes socio-historiques et littéraires. Cortil-Wodon, Belgium: Editions Modulaires Européennes/ FNRS: 237-281. Draper, J.A. 2007. The Didache, in The Writings of the Apostolic Fathers. Edinburgh: T&T Clark: 13-20. Du Toit, M. and Gordon, J. 2007. The Means to Turn the Social Key: The South Durban Photography Project’s Workshops for First-time Photographers, 2002-2005, in Putting People in the Picture: Visual Methodologies for Social Change, edited by J. Gordon. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers: 260-277. Filatova, I. 2007. Anti-Colonialism in Soviet African Studies (1920s1960), in The Study of Africa Vol II: Global and Trans-national Engagement. Dakar: Council for the Development of Social Science Rese: 203-231. Filatova, I. and Davidson, A. 2007. African History: a view from behind the Kremlin Wall, in Africa in Russia, Russia in Africa. Three Centuries of Encounter. Moscow: Blackwell: 111-125. Filatova, I. and Davidson, A. 2007. To the other end of the earth: Russia and South Africa in the 17th and 18th Centuries, in Africa in Russia, Russia in Africa. Three Centuries of Encounter. Moscow: Blackwell: 201-215. Gosling, M.A. 2007. Dolphin Song: Poetry, Power and Point in the Myth of Arion, in Alma Parens Originalis? The Receptions of Classical Literature and Thought in Africa, Europe, the United States and Cuba. Oxford, Bern, Berlin: Peter Lang: 201-215. Hall, P.V. and Robbins, D.G.D. 2007. Which Link, in which Chain? Inserting Durban into Global Automotive Supply Chains, in Ports, Cities and Global Supply Chains. Aldershot and Burlington: Ashgate: 221-231.

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Hilton, J.L. 2007. Introduction, in Alma Parens Originalis? The Receptions of Classical Literature and Thought in Africa, Europe, The United States, and Cuba, Oxford: Peter Lang: 11-40. Hilton, J.L. 2007. The Sacred Cities of the Mind: Roy Campbell and the Classics, in Alma Parens Originalis? The Receptions of Classical Literature and Thought in Africa, Europe, The United States, and Cuba, Oxford: Peter Lang: 135-157. Hiralal, K. 2007. The Gujarati Trading Class Within the Indian Community-Shaped and Styled by Historical Contradictions, in Undressing Durban. Durban: Madiba Publishers: 309-315. Karumbidza, J. 2007. Win-win economic cooperation: Can China save Zimbabwe’s economy?, in African Perspective on China in Africa. Cape Town: Fahamu: 87-105. Khumalo, V. 2007. Excavating a Usable Past: The Politics of Christian Missions in South Africa with Special Focus on KwaZulu-Natal, 18501910, in Sights and Sounds: Interactive Images of Europe and the Wider World, Pisa: Pisa University Press: 109-121. Kumar Penumala, P.K. 2007. Insiders and Outsiders: Studying Hinduism Non-Religiously?, in Introducing Religion: Essays in Honour of Jonathan Z. Smith. London: Equinox Publishers: 192-207. Kytzler, B.P.P. 2007. Thomas Morus, in Idee und Interesse. Politische Ideen und Geseelschaftstheorien seit der Frühen Neuzeit, Wien / Austria: Braumüller: 93 - 104. Kytzler, B.P.P. 2007. Vive Precor: On the Nachleben of the Sphragis in Statius’ Thebaid, in Alma Parens Originalis? The Reception of Classical Literature and Thought in Africa, Europe, The United States, and Cuba, Bern: Peter Lang: 257-268. Lambert, M. 2007. Dr Mama Zainabu, Dr Swadik, and Ancient Greek Curses and Spells, in Alma Parens Originalis? The Receptions of Classical Literature and Thought in Africa, Europe, the United States and Cuba, Oxford: Peter Lang: 117-133. Lindegger, G.C. and Maxwell, J. 2007. Teenage masculinity:The double bind of conformity to hegemonic standards, in From Boys to Men: Social Constructions of Masculinity in Contemporary Society. Cape Town: UCT Press: 94-111. Lorentzen, J., Robbins, D.G.D. and Barnes, J. 2007. The Durban Auto Cluster: Global Competition, Collective Efficiency and Local Development, in Industrial Clusters and Innovation Systems in Africa: Institutions, Markets and Policy. Tokyo and New York: United Nations University Press: 189-210. Mapadimeng, S.M. and Bhengu, S.M. 2007. Restructuring at the UKZN and job losses: The case of cleaners and ground staff, in Undressing Durban. Durban: Madiba Publishers: 413-423. Marks, M.M. 2007. Police unions and their cultural influence: Subculture or counterculture, in Police Occupational Culture: New Debates and Directions. London: Elsevier Press: 229-252.

Marschall, S. 2007. Constructing Identity through Cultural and Heritage Tourism in South Africa, in Culture and Community: Tourism Studies in Eastern and Southern Africa. Amsterdam: Rozenberg: 155-172. Matthias, C.R. and Zaal, F.N. 2007. Children in Need of Care and Contribution Orders, in Commentary on the Children’s Act, edited by C. J. DAVEL and A. M. Skelton. Cape Town: Juta: 9-1to9-32. McCracken, D.P. 2007. Plant hunting and the provenance of South African plants in British botanical magazines, 1787-1910, in Sights and Insights: Interactive Images of Europe and the Wider World (DP McCracken sole author). Pisa, Italy: Pisa University Press: 75-89. McLennan-Dodd, V.J. 2007. Wit Meisie/Morning Star: Encounter in the Desert, in Writing in the San/d. Plymouth, UK: AltaMira: 105-116. Misgun, B.T. 2007. Foreign migrants in the inner city of Durban, in Undressing Durban. Durban: Madiba Publishers: 92-100. Misgun, B.T. and Oakes, W. 2007. The White and Black sands of the Durban Beachfront, in Undressing Durban, edited by R. W. PATTMAN and S. KHAN. Durban: Madiba Publishers: 118-125. Moore, D.B. 2007. Levelling the playing fields and embedding illusion - “Post-conflict” discourse neoliberal development in war-torn Africa, in The World Bank: Poverty, Development and Hegemony. Pietermaritzburg: UKZN Press: 387-412. Moore, D.B. 2007. Raoul Peck’s Lumumba: History or Hagiography?, in Black and White in Colour: African History on Screen, Cape Town, Oxford, Athens: Double Storey, James Currey, Ohio University Press: 223-239. Moore, D.B. 2007. Sail on Ship of State - Neoliberalism, Globalisation and the Governance of Africa, in The World Bank: Poverty, Development and Hegemony. Pietermaritzburg: UKZN Press: 227266. Moore, D.B. 2007. The World Bank and Its (Sheepish) Wolves, in The World Bank: Development, Poverty, Hegemony. Scottsville: University of Kwa-Zulu Natal Press: 1-26. Moore, D.B. 2007. The World Bank and the Gramsci Effect: Towards a Transnational State and Global Hegemony?, in The World Bank: Development, Poverty, Hegemony. Scottsville: University of Kwa-Zulu Natal Press: 27-62. Morris, M.L. and Robbins, D.G.D. 2007. Government support and enabling environment for inter-firm cluster cooperation: Policy lessons from South Africa, in Industrial Clusters and Innovation Systems in Africa: Institutions, Markets and Policy. Tokyo and New York: United Nations University Press: 243-267. Mubangizi, B.C. and Maseko (Holscher), D. 2007. The Experience of Poverty in South Africa: Implications for Social Work and Community Development Practice, in Sozialarbeit des Sudens Band 2 - Schwerpunkt Afrika. Oldenberg: Paulo Freire Verlag: 129-141.

Marks, M.M. and Singh, A. 2007. Conclusion: Taking stock and looking ahead in police culture studies, in Police Occupational Culture: New Debates and Directions. London: Elsevier: 349-368.

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Parle, J. 2007. States of Mind: Searching for Mental Health in Natal and Zululand, 1868-1918. Pietermaritzburg: UKZN Press: 334. Pattman, R.W. 2007. Researching and working with boys and young men in Southern Africa in the context of HIV and AIDS: A radical approach, in From Boys to Men. Lansdowne: UCT Press: 33-49. Pattman, R.W. 2007. The significance students attach to race at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, in Undressing Durban. Durban: Madiba Press: 390-406. Pattman, R.W. 2007. White on Black: Being a White European man researching Black African men and women, in Challenges and Resposibilities of doing social research in Botswana. Addis Ababa: The organisation for social science research in Ea: 155-165. Pattman, R.W. and Bhana, D. 2007. Invoking ‘Culture’ and ‘Sexuality’: Black Girls in Mixed ‘Race’ Schools in Durban, in Undressing Durban. Durban: Madiba Publishers: 343-361. Pattman, R.W. and Khan, S. 2007. Introduction, in Undressing Durban. Durban: Madiba: 15-62. Pillay, K. 2007. The minority report: Undressing ‘Indians’ in Durban, in Undressing Durban. Durban: Madiba Publishers: 319-329. Pithouse, R.M. 2007. Producing the poor - the World Bank’s new discourse of domination, in The World Bank: Poverty, Development and Hegemony. Pietermaritzburg: UKZN Press: 413-452. Sewpaul, V. and Maseko (Holscher), D. 2007. Against the odds: Community-based interventions for children in difficult circumstances in post-apartheid South Africa, in Revitalising Communities in a Globalising World. Hampshire: Ashgate: 193-206. Smith, D.I. and Tancsik, P.T. 2007. Zemlinsky’s Impact on Contemporary Opera During his Stay in Prague Between 1911 and 1927, in Zemlinsky Studies. London: University of Middlesex Press: 15-30. Steinmeyer, E.G. 2007. Elektra in the Marvel Universe, in Alma Parens Originalis? The Reception of classical Literature and thought in Africa, Europe, The United States, and Cuba, Bern: Peter Lang: 317 - 340. Steinmeyer, E.G. 2007. Post-Apartheid Electra: In the City of Paradise, in Classics in Post-colonial Worlds, Oxford: Oxford University Press: 102-118. Stiebel, E.A. 2007. Postcoloniality, Modern African Poetry and Counter-Discourse, in Texts, Tasks and Theories: Versions and Subversions in African Literature 3 (eds) Tobias Klein, Ulrike Auge, and Viola Pruschenk. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi: 133-149. Stiebel, E.A. 2007. Unmapping Conquest?: A Millennium Project, in Mapping Colonial Conquest: Australia and Southern Africa, edited by N. Etherington. Perth: University of Western Australia Press: 178-188. Stiebel, E.A. and Etherington, N. 2007. Fantasy Maps, in Mapping Colonial Conquest: Australia and Southern Africa, edited by N. Etherington. Perth: University of Western Australia Press: 41-65. Stilwell, C. 2007. South African LIS futures and the tale of the fisherman’s wife: can we predict and create positive change?, in

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Libraries for the Future: Progress and Development of South African Libraries, Pretoria: Library and Information Association of South Afric: 199-218. Teer-Tomaselli, R.E., Wasserman, H. and De beer, A.S. 2007. South Africa as a regional media power, in Media on the Move Global flow and Contra-flow. Abingdon: Routledge: 153-164. Tomaselli, K.G. 2007. “Op die Grond”: Writing in the San/d, Surviving crime, in Writing in the San/d. Plymouth, UK: AltaMira: 39-57. Tomaselli, K.G. 2007. Negotiating Research with Communities of Practice, in Contesting Empire/Globalizing Dissent. Colorado, USA: Paradigm: 250-263. Tomaselli, K.G. 2007. Orality, Thythmography, Visual Representation - A Peasant’s Lament, in Writing in the San/d. Plymouth, UK: AltaMira: 131-157 Tomaselli, K.G. and Eckardt, M. 2007. Brown-red shadows: The influence of the Third Reich and Soviet cinema on Afrikaans film, in Cinema and the Swastika: German influence over national film industries 1933-1945. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan: 231-242. Tomaselli, K.G. and Jeursen, B. 2007. Romancing the Kalahari: Personal Journeys of Methodological Discovery, in Writing in the San/d. Plymouth, UK: AltaMira: 19-38. Tomaselli, K.G. and Wright, H.K. 2007. Representing African Cultural Studies and the Praxis of the African Resistance, in Contesting Empire/Globalizing Dissent. Colorado, USA: Paradigm: 192-205. West, G.O. 2007. (Ac)claiming the (extra)ordinary African ‘reader’ of the Bible, in Reading Other-Wise: Socially Engaged Biblical Scholars Reading with their Local Communities. Atlanta and Leiden: Society of Biblical Literature and EJ Brill: 29-47. West, G.O. 2007. Reading other-wise: socially engaged biblical scholars reading with their local communities: an introduction, in Reading Other-Wise: Socially Engaged Biblical Scholars Reading with their Local Communities. Atlanta and Leiden: Society of Biblical Literature and EJ Brill: 1-5. Wood, J.D. and Marks, M.M. 2007. Cultural change through ‘nexus’ policing, in Police Occupational Culture: New Debates and Directions. London: Elsevier: 253-274

BOOKS Baker, D.P. 2007. Tayloring Reformed Epistemology: Charles Taylor, Alvin Plantinga and the de jure challenge to Christian belief. London: SCM Press: 228. Deacon, R.A. 2007. Fabricating Foucault: Rationalising the Management of Individuals (Second Edition), Revised and with a new Foreword). Milwaukee: Marquette University Press: 318. Desai, A. and Vahed, G.H.M. 2007. Inside Indenture. A South African Story 1860-1914 . Durban: Madiba: 472. Freund, W.M. 2007. The African City: A History. New York: Cambridge University Press: 260.

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Kytzler, B.P.P. 2007. Reclams Lexikon der griechischen und roemischen Autoren. Stuttgart: Philipp Reclam jun: 431. Patel, R. 2007. Stuffed and Starved: Markets, Power and the Hidden Battle for the World’s Food System. London: Portobello Books: 438. Prozesky, M.H. 2007. Conscience: Ethical Intelligence for Global Well-being. Pietermaritzburg: UKZN Press: 176. Stobie, C. 2007. Somewhere in the Double Rainbow: Representations of Bisexuality in Post-Apartheid Novels. Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press: 307. Van der Westhuizen, C. 2007. White Power & The Rise and Fall of the National Party. Cape Town: Zebra: 364.

FACULTY OF LAW CHAPTERS IN BOOKS Carnelley, M. and Schrage, E.J.H. 2007. Gambling Regulation. A Comparison between the Roman and South African Gambling Laws, in The Exemplary Scholar. Essays in Honour of John Milton, Cape Town: Juta & Co Ltd: 252-271. Couzens, E.W.F. 2007. Is Conservation a Sustainable Land Usage? Issues Surrounding the Sale of Ivory by Southern African Countries, in Land Use Law for Sustainable Development. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 27-44. Couzens, E.W.F. 2007. Only half a penguin a day: The early history of wildlife law in South Africa, in The Exemplary Scholar: Essays in Honour of John Milton. Cape Town: Juta: 207-235. Cowling, M.G. 2007. Offences relating to organised crime, in South African Criminal Law and Procedure. Cape Town: Juta & Co: 37. Cowling, M.G. 2007. The licence to flee? Recent restrictions on the use of deadly force in effecting an arrest, in The Exemplary Scholar: Essays in Honour of John Milton. Cape Town: Juta & Co: 100-122. Freedman, D.W. 2007. Paradise lost? The obstruction of a pleasant view and the law of nuisance, in The Exemplry Scholar: Essays in Honour of John Milton. Cape Town: Juta: 162-184. Hoctor, S.V. 2007. Offences relating to dependence-producing drugs, in South African Criminal Law and Procedure Vol III: Statutory Offences, Cape Town: Juta & Co: F3: 1-49. Hoctor, S.V. 2007. The entry requirement in the crime of housebreaking, in The Exemplary Scholar: Essays in Honour of John Milton, Cape Town: Juta & Co: 45-63. Hoctor, S.V. 2007. The publications, in The Exemplary Scholar: Essays in honour of John Milton, Cape Town: Juta & Co: 11-23. Kidd, M.A. 2007. EIA and the Four Ps: Some Observations from South Africa, in Land Use Law for Sustainable Development. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 181-196. Kidd, M.A. 2007. The Teeth of Environmental Law, in The Exemplary Scholar: Essays in Honour of John Milton. Cape Town: Juta & Co Ltd: 187-206

Matthias, C.R. and Zaal, F.N. 2007. Children in Need of Care and Contribution Orders, in Commentary on the Children’s Act, edited by C. J. DAVEL and A. M. Skelton. Cape Town: Juta: 9-1to9-32. Mcquoid-Mason, D.J. 2007. Legal Aid, in The Law of South Africa, Durban: LexisNexis: 53-101. Mcquoid-Mason, D.J. 2007. The ‘Chicago Seven’ Trial Reloaded: Using the Chicago Seven, Nelson Mandela and Saddam Hussein Trials to Teach about the Role of Lawyers, Judges and Accused Persons in the Criminal Justice System, in The Exemplary Scholar: Essays in Honour of John Milton, Cape Town: Juta & Co Ltd: 275297. Reddi, M. 2007. Violence against women: Tears or triumph for women in South Africa?, in The Exemplary Scholar: Essays in Honour of John Milton, Cape Town: Juta & Co Ltd: 64-79.

BOOKS Sharrock, R.D. 2007. Business Transactions Law. Cape Town: Juta & Co. Ltd: 740. Williams, R.C. 2007. The Law of South Africa. Durban: LexisNexis: 576.

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES CHAPTERS IN BOOKS Averweg, U. 2007. Impact of Organisational Intranets on Profitability in Organisations, in Managing Information Communication Technology Investments in Successful Enterprises. Hershey, PA, USA: Idea Group Publsihing: 44-71 Averweg, U. and Rodan, J.L. 2007. Managing Executive Information Systems for Strategic Intelligence in South Africa and Spain, in Managing Strategic Intelligence: Techniques and Technologies. Hershey, PA, USA: Information Science Reference: 87-105. Bodhanya, S.A. 2007. Knowledge Management: From Management Fad to Systemic Change, in Knowledge Management and Business Strategies: Theoretical Frameworks and Empirical Research. Hershey: Information Science Reference: 1-26. Casale, D.M. and Desmond, C. 2007. The economic well-being of the family: Households’ access to resources in South Africa, 19952003, in Families and Households in Post-apartheid South Africa: Socio-demographic Perspectives, Cape Town: HSRC Press: 61-88. Chasomeris, M.G. 2007. South Africa’s Port Performance: Policy, Pricing and Growth, in Restructuring of Indian Ports Reforms and Challenges. Hyderabad, India: Icfai University Press: 267-291. Cohen, L. 2007. Transana: Qualitative analysis for audio and video data, in Putting People in the Picture: Visual Methodologies for Social Change. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers: 173-183.

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Harris, G.T. 2007. Military expenditure in South Asia: A case study of economic irrationality, in India and South Asia. Economic Developments in the Age of Globalization. Armonk, New York: M E Sharpe: 380-395. Skinner, J.P. 2007. Democracy undefended: Education in the age of cognitive science, in Education for a Democratic Society. New York: Rodopi: 28-37.

BOOKS Geach, W.D. 2007. Trusts Law and Practice. Cape Town: Juta: 321. Pillay, K. 2007. Nondualism and Educational Drama and Theatre: A Perspective for Transformative Training. Wandsbeck: The Noumenon Press: 224.

FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE CHAPTERS IN BOOKS Bawa, A.C. 2007. Rethinking the Place of Community-Based Engagement at Universities, in Higher Education and Civic Engagement: International Perspectives, England: Ashgate Publishing Limited: 55-63. Beckett, R.P. and Minibayeva, F.V. 2007. Desiccation tolerance in lichens, in Plant Desiccation Tolerance, Ames: Blackwell: 91-114. Berjak, P., Farrant, J.M. and Pammenter, N.W. 2007. Seed desiccation-tolerance mechanisms, in Plant Desiccation Tolerance, Ames: Blackwell: 151-192. Celliers, L., Bulman, R., Breetzke, T. and Parak, O. 2007. Institutional mapping of integrated coastal zone management in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, in Ocean Yearbook 21, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers: 365-404. Chetty, N. 2007. The Importance of Communicating, in Undressing Durban. Durban: Madiba: 433-436. Gutev, V.G. and Nogura, T.N. 2007. Selection problems for hyperspaces, in Open Problems in Topology II, Amsterdam: Elsevier: 161-170. Hofmann, T.A. and Wilson, A. 2007. Silicified basalts, bedded cherts and other sea floor alteration phenomena of the 3.4 Ga Nondweni greenstone belt, South Africa, in Earth’s Oldest Rocks, Amsterdam: Elsevier: 571–605. Letcher, T.M. 2007. An Introduction To Modelling Of Pollutants In The Environment, In Thermodynamics, Solubility And Environmental Issues. Amsterdam: Elsevier: 3 - 16. Letcher, T.M. and Reddy, P. 2007. Phase Equilibrium Studies On Ionic Liquid Systems For Industrial Separation Processes Of Complex Organic Mixtures, In Thermodynamics, Solubility And Environmental Issues. Amsterdam: ElsevieR: 85 - 111.

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Mwambi, H.G. and Zuma, K. 2007. Mapping and Modeling Disease Risk Among Mobile Populations , in Population Mobility and Infectious Disease. New York: Springer: 245-266. Preston-Whyte, R.A. and Oelofse, C.G. 2007. The Development of South Africa’s Coastal Tourism Resorts, in Managing Coastal Tourism Resorts. A Global Perspective. Cleveland, Buffalo, Toronto: Channel View Publications: 326. Preston-Whyte, R.A. and Scott, D. 2007. Urban Tourism in Durban, in Urban Tourism in the Developing World: The South African Experience. New Brunswick, USA: Transaction Publishers: 245-263. Rogan, J.M. and Aldous, C.M. 2007. The Relationship between Constructs of a Theory of Curriculum Implementation, in Mathematics and Science Education in Developing Countries: Issues, Experiences, and Cooperation Prospects, Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press: 294-321. Rogan, J.M. and Grayson, D.J. 2007. Towards a Theory of Curriculum Development with Reference to Science Education in Developing Counties, in Mathematics and Science Education in Developing Countries: Issues, Experiences, and Cooperation Prospects, Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press: 127-171. Rogan, J.M., Nagao, M. and Magno, M.C. 2007. Introduction, in Mathematics and Science Education in Developing Countries:Issues, Experiences, and Cooperation Prospects, Quezon City: The University of Philippines Press: 3-20. Sahoo, A.K. and Maharaj, B. 2007. Introduction - Globalisation, Migration, Transnationalism and Diasporas: Some critical reflections, in Sociology of Diaspora: A Reader. Jaipur: Rawat Publishers: 1-22. Schonborn, K.J., Anderson, T.R. and Mnguni, L.E. 2007. Methods to determine the role of external representations in developing understanding in biochemistry, in Professionell Lehren - Erfolgreich Lernen, Munster: Waxmann Verlag GmbH: 290-301.

BOOKS Petruccione, F. and Breuer, H.P. 2007. The Theory of Open Quantum Systems. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 613.

NELSON R MANDELA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE CHAPTERS IN BOOKS Seedat, Y.K. 2007. Diabetes Mellitus in South African Indians, in Type 2 Diabetes in South Africa. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers: 40-44.

BOOKS Burns, J. 2007. The Descent of Madness. New York: Cambridge Scholars Press: 260.

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