Browsing UP Executive Office by Title

Browsing UP Executive Office by Title

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  • De Beer, C.R. (2009-06-22)
    In his speech in honour of the outgoing principal of the University of Pretoria, Prof de Beer highlights the achievements of Prof Pistorius' 8 year tenure.
  • Boeyens, Jan Christoffel Antonie; Levendis, Demetrius C. (Springer, 2013)
    Rational numbers, which correctly describe many recognizable patterns in the physical world, are often seen to converge in the process to irrational limits or even singularities. As a common example, atomic numbers are ...
  • Maluleke, Tinyiko Sam (Institute for African Alternatives (IFAA), 2015)
    Please read abstract in article.
  • Duncan, Norman; Van Niekerk, A.; De la Rey, Cheryl; Seedat, M.; Gobodo-Madikizela, P.; Simbayi, L.C.; Bhana, A. (South African Journal of Psychology, 1997)
    This 'article' serves as introduction to the Special Issue: black scholarship. As such, it outlines the various articles contained in, as well as the rationale for the issue. In this article the authors argue that ...
  • Barrett, Christopher B.; Benton, Tim G.; Cooper, Karen A.; Fanzo, Jessica; Gandhi, Rikin; Herrero, Mario; James, Steven; Kahn, Mark; Mason-D’Croz, Daniel; Mathys, Alexander; Nelson, Rebecca J.; Shen, Jianbo; Thornton, Philip; Bageant, Elizabeth; Fan, Shenggen; Mude, Andrew G.; Sibanda, Lindiwe Majele; Wood, Stephen (Nature Research, 2020-12)
    Coupling technological advances with sociocultural and policy changes can transform agri-food systems to address pressing climate, economic, environmental, health and social challenges. An international expert panel reports ...
  • Boeyens, Jan Christoffel Antonie (Springer, 2013)
    The Thomas–Fermi and Hartree–Fock calculations of non-hydrogen atomic structure rely on complicated numerical computations without a simple visualizable physical model. A new approach, based on a spherical wave structure ...
  • De la Rey, Cheryl; Ipser, Jonathan (Psychological Society of South Africa, 2004)
    A number of scholars during the 1980s and early 1990s questioned the relevance of psychology in South Africa. In this paper we characterise the nature of what became known as the ‘relevance debate’, and then investigate ...
  • Boeyens, Jan Christoffel Antonie (Springer, 2013)
    Some chemical phenomena, awkward to rationalize, are argued to originate in the four-dimensional nature of matter in curved space-time. The problem is traced back to the separation of space and time variables in the ...
  • Boeyens, Jan Christoffel Antonie (Springer, 2013)
    Reviewed in historical context, bond order emerges as a vaguely defined concept without a clear theoretical basis. As an alternative, the spherical standingwave model of the extranuclear electronic distribution on an ...
  • Barrett, Christopher B.; Fanzo, Jessica; Herrero, Mario; Mason-D’Croz, Daniel; Mathys, Alexander; Thornton, Philip; Wood, Stephen; Benton, Tim G.; Fan, Shenggen; Lawson-Lartego, Late; Nelson, Rebecca; Shen, Jianbo; Sibanda, Lindiwe Majele (IOP Publishing, 2021-09-21)
    The COVID-19 pandemic provides both a warning about agri-food systems’ (AFS) functioning and an accelerator for AFS innovation. It revealed both the increasing frequency of extreme events and structural shortcomings ...
  • De la Rey, Cheryl (Agenda Feminist Media, 1992)
    "South Africans often speak about traditional African cultures, Indian culture and Western culture placing emphasis on the differences and distinctions. There is indeed diversity, but during our workshop we observed ...
  • Magale, Eric Gwandega (Taylor and Francis, 2022)
    Green bonds have recently emerged as a financing instrument with significant potential for funding green projects. However, Kenyan issuers have been slow in issuing green bonds despite there being multiplicity of bankable ...
  • Mushonga, Tafadzwa; Matose, Frank (Elsevier, 2020-12)
    The militarisation of conservation is intensifying with increasing need to protect wildlife from poaching. Conservation violence is concomitantly escalating, so is the impetus to understand it. This article engages with ...
  • Crewe, Robin M.; De la Rey, Cheryl; University of Pretoria; De la Rey, Cheryl (University of Pretoria, 2010-08-26)
    The threat to honeybee populations in the USA, Europe and Latin America over the past few years has received extensive media attention.Yet, very little is said about African honeybee populations, even though honeybees ...
  • Mkandawire, Elizabeth; Mentz-Coetzee, Melody; Mangheni, Margaret Najjingo; Barusi, Eleonora (MDPI, 2021-07-31)
    Globally, gender inequalities constrain food security, with women often disproportionately affected. Women play a fundamental role in household food and nutrition security. The multiple roles women play in various areas ...
  • Gandidzanwa, Colleta; Verschoor, Aart Jan; Sacolo, Thabo (MDPI, 2021-08-19)
    The ability of farmers to operate redistributed farms in a profitable and sustainable manner is crucial for both successful integration into agricultural value chains and sustainable production systems. The performance ...
  • Okunade, Samuel Kehinde; Faluyi, Olumuyiwa Temitope; Matambo, Emmanuel (Routledge, 2021)
    Insurgency has gained prominence in Africa. It is usually associated with marginalisation, poverty, and inequality and often has religious links and bases. Insurgency frequently originates in communities situated along the ...
  • Pistorius, Calie (Carl W.I.), 1958- (2009-06-22)
    Farewell address of Professor Calie Pistorius, Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of Pretoria, on 8 June 2009 in which he illustrates his academic career and the challenges he faced in office.
  • Maluleke, Tinyiko Sam (Wiley, 2020-11)
    This article explores how mission, forgiveness, and reconciliation have shaped the ministry and work of Desmond Tutu. As much as space permits, it tries to glean the ways in which Tutu has lived out his understanding of ...
  • Eromosele, Ehijele Femi (Routledge, 2020)
    Amidst renewed interest in the psychiatric writings of Frantz Fanon, this article reads his work against the background of contemporary mental health advocacy and scholarship. Epitomized in the emergent field of Mad Studies, ...