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  • Visagie, C.M. (Cobus); Boekhout, Teun; Theelen, Bart; Dijksterhuis, Jan; Yilmaz, Neriman; Seifert, Keith A. (Wiley, 2023-01)
    A new species of the yeast genus Blastobotrys was discovered during a worldwide survey of culturable xerophilic fungi in house dust. Several culture dependent and independent studies from around the world detected the same ...
  • Mzondo, Buntubonke; Dlamini, Nomusa; Malan, F.P. (Frederick); Labuschagne, Philip; Bovilla, Venugopal R.; Madhunapantula, SubbaRao V.; Maharaj, Vinesh J. (Elsevier, 2021-06)
    Three dammarane-type triterpernoids including two new ones, cleogynones A and B (1 and 2), were isolated from the leaves of Cleome gynandra. The structures of the new triterpenoids were elucidated by spectroscopic data ...
  • Miller, Robert D. (University of Stellenbosch, 2021)
    This essay explores the first chapter of the Book of Daniel as an example of resistance against an empire. Using the experience of Native Americans, especially children at the Carlisle Residential Indian School, the ...
  • Kraemer, Moritz U.G.; Scarpino, Samuel V.; Marivate, Vukosi; Gutierrez, Bernardo; Xu, Bo; Lee, Graham; Hawkins, Jared B.; Rivers, Caitlin; Pigott, David M.; Katz, Rebecca; Brownstein, John S. (Nature Research, 2021-01)
    Detailed, accurate data related to a disease outbreak enable informed public health decision making. Given the variety of data types available across different regions, global data curation and standardization efforts are ...
  • Ndung'u, Phyllis Wanjungu; Kirui, Peter; Takahashi, Taro; Du Toit, Cornelius Jacobus Lindeque; Merbold, Lutz; Goopy, John Patrick (Elsevier, 2021-12-04)
    This dataset describes the performance of cattle in small- holder livestock systems of Bomet county in western Kenya. Information on live weight, milk production and quality, herd dynamics, and other production parameters ...
  • Tibane, Lowanika Victor; Harris, P.; Pollmann, H.; Ndongani, F.L.; Landman, Brandon Evan; Altermann, Wladyslaw, 1954- (Elsevier, 2021-12-04)
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  • Atkinson, Brogan; Thompson, P.N. (Peter N.); Van Zyl, Estee; Goddard, Amelia; Rautenbach, Yolandi; Schoeman, Johan P.; Mukorera, Varaidzo; Leisewitz, Andrew L. (Elsevier, 2022-07-19)
    Babesia rossi causes severe morbidity and mortality in dogs in sub-Saharan Africa. This was an experimental study designed to observe systemic changes caused by Babesia rossi infection within a canine disease model as ...
  • Ubisi, Lindokuhle (Sage, 2021-03)
    This review seeks to establish the current body of knowledge on the intersection of de/coloniality and the sexuality of disabled individuals. It suggests that few studies problematise the lack of such intersections in ...
  • Saayman, Gert (Sage, 2020-12)
    South Africa is burdened by both an exceptionally high crude death rate and a very high non-natural death rate. Efficient death investigation may greatly aid in identifying and addressing public health issues, while also ...
  • Ndlovu, Ndukuyakhe (Routledge, 2019)
    Rock art is one of the most attractive heritage resources. Yet, some of these sites are either closed from the public or were never officially opened in the first place. Based on them being inaccessible to the public, ...
  • Gamieldien, Mohamed Yasin; Musson, C.G.; Uys, Andre; Buchanan, Glynn Dale (Wiley, 2021-02)
    The appearance of nasal foreign bodies is well reported in children but hardly ever seen in adults. These objects are often easily identified and removed. This report documents an unusual case of a bank note lodged in the ...
  • Wiid, Andries J.; Le Roux, Johan Derik; Craig, Ian K. (Elsevier, 2021)
    This paper describes the application of decentralised model predictive control (DMPC) to parallel unit operations. A decentralised approach may provide advantages in terms of maintenance, online time, and tuning complexity. ...
  • Kuschke, Silva; Le Roux, Talita; Scott, Alex J.; Swanepoel, De Wet (AOSIS Open Journals, 2021-06-29)
    BACKGROUND : Childhood hearing loss is a global epidemic most prevalent in low- and middle-income countries where hearing healthcare services are often inaccessible. Referrals for primary care services to central hospitals ...
  • Makunya, Trésor Muhindo (Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2021)
    The African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights has made considerable progress in its jurisprudential activities in the year 2020. Between January and December 2020 the African Court delivered 55 decisions and received 40 ...
  • Duncan, Chris; Manser, Marta B.; Clutton-Brock, Tim H. (Wiley Open Access, 2021-11)
    In many social vertebrates, variation in group persistence exerts an important effect on individual fitness and population demography. However, few studies have been able to investigate the failure of groups or the causes ...
  • McIntyre, T.; Haussmann, N.S. (Natalie) (Cambridge University Press, 2021)
    Accurate citation practices are important to ensure a robust knowledge base and overall trustworthy academic enterprise. The prevalence of poor citation practices has been assessed in multiple fields, resulting in estimates ...
  • Knoetze, Johannes Jacobus (University of Stellenbosch, Department of Old and New Testament, 2021)
    This article presents a critical reflection on the theological curricula at (South) African Universities’ faculties of theology (and religion) from a missional hermeneutic focusing on decolonisation or Africanisation. ...
  • Simpson, Nicholas P.; Clarke, Joanne; Orr, Scott Allan; Cundill, Georgina; Orlove, Ben; Fatoric, Sandra; Sabour, Salma; Khalaf, Nadia; Rockman, Marcy; Pinho, Patricia; Maharaj, Shobha S.; Mascarenhas, Poonam V.; Shepherd, Nicholas; Sithole, Pindai M.; Ngaruiya, Grace Wambui; Roberts, Debra C.; Trisos, Christopher H. (Nature Research, 2022-03)
    Climate change poses a threat to heritage globally. Decolonial approaches to climate change–heritage research and practice can begin to address systemic inequities, recognize the breadth of heritage and strengthen adaptation ...
  • Daniels, Colleen; Aluso, Aggrey; Burke‑Shyne, Naomi; Koram, Kojo; Rajagopalan, Suchitra; Robinson, Imani; Shelly, Shaun; Shirley‑Beavan, Sam; Tandon, Tripti (BMC, 2021-11-27)
    This paper reviews evidence of how drug control has been used to uphold colonial power structures in select countries. It demonstrates the racist and xenophobic impact of drug control policy and proposes a path to ...
  • Landman, Karina; Makakavhule, Kundani (Routledge, 2021)
    Cities and public spaces are changing. Many movements such as ‘Black Lives Matter’ are questioning the meaning of public space in post-colonial contexts. This paper focusses on the decolonization of public space in South ...