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  • Unknown (The Star, 1937-05-26)
    The Johannesburg Camera Club won the 1937 Empire Photographic Competition, staged annually by the Amateur Photographer. One of the winning photographs is of Gerard Moerdijk's Dutch Reformed Church of Milner Park.
  • Basson, Nellis (University of Pretoria, 2018)
    Cities keep expanding as people move towards more desired locations on the outskirts, resulting in abandoned, dead nodes within the city centre. These buildings are left to deteriorate, especially those of heritage and ...
  • Unknown (Transvaal Institute of Architects 3rd Annual Report, 1929-12-31)
    Details on the Johannesburg Library Competition as presented in the 3rd annual report of the Transvaal Institute of Architects, year ending 31st December 1929.
  • Unknown (1927-05-02)
    Johannesburg's new railway station is to be designed by Gerard Moerdyk.
  • Unknown; Payne's Studio (Cape Times, 1927-05-17)
    Interior and exterior images of the proposed Johannesburg's new Railway Station, designed by architects Gerard Moerdyk and Gordon Leith.
  • Unknown (2007-11-30)
    The first sketch to be published of the projected Johannesburg General Post Office building, in Jeppe Street.
  • Unknown; D. J. + Quip (The Star, 1927-08-22)
    A caricature of the proposed new Johannesburg Railway station, suggesting the "Lions of the North" to be used for the statuary in front of the new station.
  • Unknown (1932)
    A reply by mr. Gerard Moerdyk, one of the architects of the new Johannesburg Railway Station, to criticism levelled by "A Student of Architecture" against the station in the "Rand Daily Mail" newspaper.
  • Moerdyk, Gerard; Moerdijk, Gerard (Rand Daily Mail, 1932)
    Mr. Moerdijk, one of the architects of the Johannesburg Railway station, reacts to criticism expressed by "A student of architecture".
  • Unknown (Star, The, 1932-11-23)
    Discussion of Johannesburg's new railway station, which is seen as an asset to the city.
  • Du Plessis, Irma (Historical Association of South Africa, 2016-11)
    Conceptualised in 1933, the Jan Hofmeyr Improvement Scheme was Johannesburg (and South Africa's) first subsidised municipal housing development for the white poor. Being a slum clearance intervention, its design was informed ...
  • Du Rand, J.A. (Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 2002)
    In many parts of Africa people are still staggering under the burden of colonialism, civil wars, illnesses, drought, famine, poverty and corruption, to name but a few. On the other hand, one should also take notice of the ...
  • Potgieter, S.T. (Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 2002)
    In this research certain theological concepts in the so-called farewell discourses of Jesus in John 13:1-17:26 is systematised. These theological concepts are identified as the unique characteristics belonging to a group ...
  • Le Roux, Elritia (OpenJournals Publishing, 2010-03)
    The hypothesis offered in this study is that the Johannine texts are authoritative, canononical documents with the inherent potential that is applicable to the practical lives of the faithful. Since Biblical texts are ...
  • Joubert, Johann van Dijk (Faculty of Theology of the University of the Orange Free State, 2007-06)
    The Johannine author uses metaphors and symbols to enable the primary and secondary readers to come to a better understanding of the Paraclete-Spirit. The study of particular Johannine metaphors is valuable in understanding ...
  • Van der Watt, J.G. (Jan Gabriel), 1952- (Gereformeerde Teologiese Vereniging, 2008-04)
    Some of the ways in which John uses the stylistic feature of re-petition in his Gospel are investigated. His repetitive use of the concept “eternal life” is first focused on, pointing out the stylistic changes that occur ...
  • Unknown (Volkstem, 1932-11-14)
    AFRIKAANS SUMMARY: Opening van Johannesburg se spoorwegstasie, ontwerp deur Gerard Moerdyk en Gordon Leith.
  • Kim, Jaesoon (University of Pretoria, 2016)
    The motif of Jacob s vision in John 1:51 is used to prove that Jesus was the apocalyptic Son of Man who fulfilled the promise that was given to Jacob through his dream in Genesis 28:12. This dream was different from ...
  • Tolmie, D.F. (D. Francois) (Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 1996)
    In this article the tendency to interpret John 21:24-25 narratologically as a highly sophisticated and effective technique is disputed. Instead it is argued that the Beloved Disciple is identified in these verses as the ...
  • Niemandt, Cornelius Johannes Petrus (Nelus) (Teologiese Fakulteit, Universiteit van Stellenbosch, 2009-09)
    Why do Calvinist’s need to reflect on the church in a time of transition? The importance of theological reflection in such a time is briefly visited. The importance of understanding transition is explored, emphasizing the ...