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Nurses can meet the challenge of haemophilia care in South Africa

References 1. Mahlangu JN. Haemophilia care in South Africa: 2004K2007 look back. Haemophilia 2008; 15: 135K141.

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21st Century South African Science Fiction

References Barben, Tanya. 2012. A Rare (South African) Fantasy. [Online]. Available: [Accessed April 12, 2014]. Beukes, Lauren. 2008. Moxyland. Oxford: Angry Robot. Beukes, Lauren. 2010. Zoo City . Oxford: Angry Robot. Bhabha, Homi. 1997. The Location of Culture . London and New York: Routledge. Brink, André. 1998. “Interrogating Silence: New Possibilities Faced By South African Literature” in Writing South Africa. Derek Attridge and Rosemary Jolly (Eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge

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Nadine Gordimer: Familiar Tales From South Africa

References Barnard, Rita. 2007. Apartheid and Beyond: South African Writers and the Politics of Place. New York Oxford: University Press. Bhabha, Homi. 1997. The Location of Culture. London and New York: Routledge. Bruce, David. 2011. “South Africa Requires a More Professional Approach to the Use of Force by Police” [Online]. Available: [Accessed 2012

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The South African Adventure Tourism Economy: An urban phenomenon

References Beedie, P., 2005: The adventure of urban tourism. In: Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing, Vol. 18(3), pp. 37-48. \ Beedie, P., 2016: Chapter 45 Adventure Tourism. In: Humberstone, B., Prince, H. and Henderson, K.A. editors, International Handbook of Outdoor Studies, 1st edition Routledge, New York, pp. 463-471. Bhorat, H. and Oosthuizen, M., 2009: Determinants of Grade 12 pass rates in the post-apartheid South African schooling system. In: Journal of African Economies, Vol. 18(4), pp. 634

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South Africa (2009) - Salient Contemporary Features in Facts and Figures

References BADENORST, M. S. (1992), ‘The State of the Nation: A Quantitative Look at Constraining Realities in a Post-Apartheid Society’, Economics/Ekonomie , 6 (2), pp. 71-85. BEELD (2009), 26 September, 15 September, 5 September, 3 September, 2 September, 21 August. CSS (Central Statistical Services), (1997), Statistics in Brief , Pretoria: Central Statistics. EDITORS INC (2009), South Africa at a Glance , Johannesburg: Paarl Print

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Agritourism and local economic development in South Africa

-20. Barbieri, C., 2013: Assessing the Sustainability of Agritourism in the US: A Comparison Between Agritourism and Other Farm Entrepreneurial Ventures. In: Journal of Sustainable Tourism, Vol. 21 (2), pp. 252-270. Briedenhann, J. and Wickens, E., 2004: Rural Tourism - Meeting the Challenges of the New South Africa. In: International Journal of Tourism Research, Vol. 6, pp. 189-203. Bruwer, J., 2003: South African Wine Routes: Some Perspectives on the Wine Tourism Industry’s Structural Dimensions and Wine Tourism Product. In: Tourism

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Studentification in Bloemfontein, South Africa

: Reshaping urban space through studentification in two South African urban centres. In: Urbani izziv, Vol. 25, pp. 133-144. DOI: 10.5379/urbani-izziv-en-2014-25-supplement-013 Garmendia, M., Coronado, J.M. and Urena, J.M., 2011: University Students Sharing Flats: When Studentification Becomes Vertical. In: Urban Studies, Vol. 49(12), pp. 2651-2668. DOI: 10.1177/0042098011428176 Harris, P. and McVaigh, T., 2002, July 21: Student take-over alarms cities. In: The Guardian. http://

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Socio-cultural and socio-economic features of second homes in Rosendal, South Africa

References Atkinson, D., 2007: People-centred Environmental Management and Municipal Commonage in the Nama Karoo. In: Development Southern Africa, Vol. 24 (5), 707-724. Atkinson, R., Picken, F. and Tranter, B., 2007: Second Homes in Australia: Charting the Growth of Holiday Home Ownership and Its Community Impacts, Hobart: University of Tasmania, Housing and Community Research Unit Paper no. 10. Beck, R., 2000: The History of South Africa, London: Greenwood Press. Chaplin, D., 2001: Ordinary

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A spatial analysis of gating in Bloemfontein, South Africa

.1080/07293682.2010.504613 Bramley, G., Dempsey, N., Power, S. and Brown, C., 2006: What is “social sustainability”, and how do our existing urban forms perform in nurturing it? In: Planning and Research Conference. London: University College London, 5-7 April, 2006. Breetzke, G., Landman, K. and Cohn, E., 2014: Is it Safer Behind the Gates? Crime and Gated Communities in South Africa. In: Journal of Housing and Environment, Vol. 29 (1), pp. 123-139. DOI: Bramley, G. and Power, S., 2009: Urban Form and Social

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Green commercial property development in urban South Africa: emerging trends, emerging geographies

, S., 2011: Barriers and Drivers to Green Buildings in Australia and New Zealand. In: Journal of Property Investment and Finance, Vol. 29 (4/5), pp. 494-509. Borel-Saladin, J.M. and Turok, I.N., 2013a: The Green Economy: Incremental Change or Transformation? In: Environmental Policy and Governance, Vol. 23 (4), pp. 209-220. Borel-Saladin, J.M. and Turok, I.N., 2013b: The Impact of the Green Economy on Jobs in South Africa. In: South African Journal of Science, Vol. 109 (9/10). Chegut, A., Eichholtz. and Kok, N., 2014

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