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  • Ker, James A. (Clinics Cardiv, 2009-07)
    One of the earliest hypotheses on the origin of the U wave was that these waves represent repolarisation of the papillary muscles and their neighboring structures. Various U-wave and TU-segment abnormalities have been ...
  • Unknown (2006-07-31)
    AFRIKAANS SUMMARY: Tydens 'n kongres van die Transvaalse Onderwysvereniging, het Gerard Moerdijk die belangrikheid van die stigting van 'n Afrikaanse Mediese Fakulteit aan die Universiteit van Pretoria onderstreep.
  • Apergis, Nicholas; Gupta, Rangan; Lau, Chi Keung Marco; Mukherjee, Zinnia (Elsevier, 2018-08)
    This paper is the first to provide an empirical analysis of the short run and long run effects of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions on health care spending across U.S. states. Accounting for the possibility of non-linearity ...
  • Naude, Lianie (University of Pretoria, 2009-04-24)
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  • Mashilwane, Y. (Southern African Transport Conference, 2016)
    The term on the tip of everyone?s tongue is disruptive technology, and the presentation will focus on how Technology has changed mobility to levels that would have otherwise taken more time to implement. E-hailing services ...
  • Van Eck, B.P.S. (Stefan); Nemusimbori, Ndivhuwo Enerst (LexisNexis, 2018)
    “Uber” is wyse van vervoer wat wêreldwyd groot afmetings aanneem. Hierdie moderne verskynsel ondermyn gevestigde taxiondernemings in groot stede en regerings wend verskillende maatreëls aan om Uber te reguleer. In Duitsland, ...
  • Van Jaarsveld, S.R. (Fanie) (Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Faculty of Law, 2016)
    Uber-Technologies het wêreldwyd die afgelope paar jaar prominent op die voorgrond getree en tradisionele huurmotorskemas in beroering gehad en "uit rat gegooi". Benewens sy eie vestingsprobleme in Suid-Afrika, het dit in ...
  • Diniso, C.; Schachtebeck, C. (2018)
    Uber owner-operators have faced significant challenges in South Africa, Australia, the United Kingdom and a multitude of other marketplaces. This can be attributed to the lack of licensing, fee structure, employment practices ...
  • Steyn, Francois; Klopper, Harriet F. (CRIMSA, 2015)
    Academic journals often represent the ‘zeitgeist’ (defining mood or spirit) of the current debates and new developments in a discipline. We asked the question ‘Ubivuimus, quo vadimus’ Acta Criminologica? ‘Where have we ...
  • Hong, Sang-Ki; ISO Workshop on address standards : Considering the issues related to an international address standard, 25 May 2008, Copenhagen, Denmark (Department of Computer Science, University of Pretoria, 2008-05-25)
    There can be hardly any doubt that the new generation of geographic information (UBGI) will have a profound impact on every aspect of GIS. Address and address standard would be no exception. This paper reviews the issues ...
  • Maqutu, Thuto Moratuoa (University of Pretoria, 2019)
    This study is based on African philosophy and ubuntu as a way of life. The main argument is that ubuntu is indeed a philosophy that is common amongst all or most African societies. The argument is that African philosophy ...
  • Francis, Cyril (National Skills Research Agency (NASRA), 2009)
    The philosophy of Ubuntu forms an integral part of tourism and tourism development in underdeveloped and neglected regions in South Africa. The Overberg region in the Western Cape is a classic example of where this ...
  • Meiring, J.J.S. (Jacob Johannes Smit) (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2015-06-18)
    The author asks whether the notion of ubuntu truly exists within contemporary South African society and how the experiencing of South Africans’ embodiment can be connected to ubuntu – especially amongst black people. The ...
  • De Beer, Anna-Marie (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2015-06-26)
    In the face of collective trauma such as genocide, apartheid, mass killings and xenophobia, ubuntu requires of us to show solidarity with our fellow human beings. To my mind, one of the highest forms of doing so is to ...
  • Holtzhausen, Herman (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2015-06-19)
    In this article, I ask the question how we can relate ubuntu to South African land reform from a practical-theological point of view. I will look at researchers’ efforts to understand ubuntu and how these efforts do and ...
  • Chisale, S.S. (Sinenhlanhla) (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2018-05-14)
    In this article, I explore the concept of Ubuntu in a context of caregiving with the aim of deconstructing the gendering of caregiving in a context of pastoral care. Using a qualitative approach, this article draws from ...
  • Cornell, Drucilla; Van Marle, Karin (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2015-08-21)
    The starting-point for the article is to provide a brief background on the Ubuntu Project that Prof. Drucilla Cornell convened in 2003; most notably the interviews conducted in Khayamandi, the support of a sewing collective, ...
  • De Beer, Stephan F. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2015-06-26)
    This article is reading ubuntu in the light of homelessness in the cities and towns of South Africa. It suggests that ubuntu itself is homeless and displaced as a way of being human together. Instead of the mediation of ...
  • Meylahn, Johann-Albrecht; Musiyambiri, Joshua (AOSIS Open Journals, 2017-10-27)
    This article is a practical theological reflection on leadership practice. The study offers a critical reflection of the Church’s practice of leadership as it interacts with the practices of the world. The leadership has ...
  • Buqa, Wonke (University of Pretoria, 2017)
    This dissertation examines the meaning of the African philosophy of Ubuntu in an emerging multi-racial community within the new context of democracy in South Africa from a narrative research perspective. South Africa has ...