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  • Ngowi, A.B. (MCB University Press. http//:www.emerald.library.com/ft, 2001)
    The primary purpose of forming alliance in the construction industry is to pool together the resources of the participating partners in order to form a team that has a competitive advantage. Each partner in an alliance has ...
  • Ngowi, A.B.; Iwisi, D.; Mushi, R. (Taylor and Francis Ltd. http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/09613218.asp, 2002)
    Traditionally, competitive advantage has been based upon large-scale production and accumulation of large quantities of physical and financial assets. Large financially capable firms, particularly Multi-national Corporations ...
  • Mookodi, G.B. (Pula: Botswana Journal of African Studies, 2000)
    The concept of female-headed household has emerged as an important analytical category in the examination of poverty in life chances both within the context of policy research and social science scholarship. This paper ...
  • Nijegorodov, N.; Luhanga, P.V.C.; King, J.G. (Regional Energy Resources Information Center (RERIC) Asian Institute of Technology. http://www.rericjournal.ait.ac.th/index.php/reric/index, December, 2005)
    Please refer to the attached article for the ABSTRACT. Due to technical problems with some scientific formulae it was not possible to upload the abstract HERE.
  • Nijegorodov, N.I.; Devan, K.R.S.; Simao, H.; Mabbs, R. (Elsevier Science Ltd. www.elsevier.com/locate/renene, 2003)
    A new algorithm to simulate all solar components and optimum slopes, Bopt, based on new models for direct normal beam and diffuse radiation and an analytical model to predict Bopt, developed at the University of Botswana ...
  • Sello, Q.M.; Totev, D.M.; Kgosiemang, R.; Liu, Y. (IJACT, http://ijact.in/ijact/, December, 2013)
    Secondary school tests are very important component of the student’s assessment process and their frequency is directly related to the success of year examinations. On the other hand, the number of students could restrict ...
  • Ayalew, Y.; Mbero, Z.A.; Nkgau, T.Z.; Motlogelwa, P.; Masizana-Katongo, A. (The Science and Information Organization, http://thesai.org/Publication/Default.aspx, 2011)
    This paper presents the results of a content analysis of computing job adverts to assess the types of skills required by employers in Botswana. Through the study of job adverts for computing professionals for one year ...
  • Pheko, B.C. (Kamla-Raj Enterprises, http://www.krepublishers.com, March, 2010)
    The primary objective of this paper is to evaluate the outcomes of the 10 year- basic education policy in Botswana through comparison of one cohort national results of School Leaving Examination (PSLE) of 2003 and its ...
  • Disele, P.L.P.; Tyler, D.J.; Power, E.J. (JSDA, http://www.ajol.info, January, 2011)
    The government of Botswana through its National Policy on' Culture (2001) and the National Ecotourism Strategy (2002) is committed to preserving national culture and historical heritage. The policy stipulates that ...
  • Mmopelwa, G.; Ngwenya, B.N. (Academic Journals, December 4, 2010)
    The Okavango Delta is the largest multi-species and multi-gear fishery in Botswana. However, there is lack of an understanding of the nature of fish market in the Delta. The objectives of the survey were (1) to identify ...
  • Bolaane, B. (July 2, 2008)
    Public participation is considered the touchstone for the success of recycling schemes. In recognition of this, the trend in recycling policy and legislation is geared towards promoting people centred approaches in recycling ...
  • Ssegawa, J.K. (University of Botswana, http://www.ub.bw, 1999)
    By the turn of the century, Botswana will be 34 years old as an independent nation. Reflecting on the past, is a background of tremendous achievements from a socio-economic development perspective. The achievements could ...
  • Ssegawa, J.K. (University of Botswana http://www.ub.bw, 1999)
    By the turn of the century,Botswana will be 34 years old as an independent nation. Reflecting on the past, is a background of tremedous achievements from a socio-economic development perspective.The achievement could not ...
  • Nkhwalume, A. (IJSRE, http://www.ijsre.com, June, 2010)
    This paper represents the voices of six Botswana girls in a case study that investigated social influences on their motivation in mathematics. Interviews were conducted and observations made to explore the girls’ experiences ...
  • Akande, A.R. (Elsevier Science Ltd. www.elsevier.com/locate/elstat, 2005)
    The charge transfer between metals and some solution-cast polymers has been investigated by employing intermittent soft contact under a controlled condition. The result of our measurements reveals that the measured charge ...
  • Mbaiwa, J. E.; Ngwenya, B.N.; Kgathi, D.L. (Blackwell http://www.wiley.com/10.1111/j.1467-9493.2008.00332.x, 2008)
    This paper reviews how state policy and regulatory instruments, including protected area alienations and concessions, have altered or denied the access to land and natural livelihood resources of the indigenous Basarwa ...
  • Alemaw, B.F.; Chaoka, T.R. (Pergamon www.elsevier.com/locate/pce, 2003)
    A distributed GIS-based hydrological model is developed using GIS and computational hydrology techniques. The model is based on water balance consideration of the surface and subsurface processes. The surface water balance ...
  • Alemaw, B.F.; Chaoka, T.R. (Pergamon www.elsevier.com/locate/pce, 2003)
    A distributed GIS-based hydrological model is developed using GIS and computational hydrology techniques. The model is based on water balance consideration of the surface and subsurface processes. The surface water balance ...
  • Oladiran, M. T. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/RecentIssue.jsp?punumber=13, August, 1999)
    This paper presents the results of an investigation to determine the level of continuing professional development (CPD) for engineers in developing countries. Questionnaires were administered randomly to engineers of ...
  • Ojedokun, A.A.; Lumande, E. (Sage Publications, http://www.sagepublications.com, 2005)
    The development of cooperative electronic networks and consortia by academic libraries in Southern Africa allows them to provide seamless access to electronic information resources while sharing the cost of access.