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  • Gwebu, T.D. (Kluwer Academic Publishers, http://www.springerlink.com/content/102895/, 2002)
    Like most African countries, Botswana contributes almost insignificantly to global greenhouse emissions (GHGs). In this context, some have argued that energy policy and legislative measures to regulate emissions in Botswana ...
  • Foster, J. D. G. (Tempus Publications http://www.ijee.ie/, 2002)
    The economy of Botswana has grown rapidly since it became independent in 1966, but the population is only 1.7 million. Engineering construction projects are of large scale. The University of Botswana offers engineering ...
  • Alimi, M.M. (Multilingual Matters and Channel View Publications, http://www.multilingual matters.com, 2007)
    What syntactic patterns emerge in students’ use of articles and modals? What are the reasons for these patterns? What implications do the findings of the study have for English language instruction in Botswana? Exactly ...
  • Radimo, B.W.; Nenty, H.J.; Matsoga, J.T. (African Educational Research Network. http://www.ncsu.edu, June, 2008)
    The poor and deteriorating overall performance in Botswana junior school certificate (JSC) examination is a problem that tends to defeat all efforts at finding a solution to it. Language has been found to be a powerful ...
  • Alimi, M.M. (University of Botswana, Department of English, http://www.ub.bw, 2008)
    This paper examines the morphological and syntactic differences between English and Setswana pronouns, and how these differences manifest in students usage of English learners may be assisted to become more proficient in ...
  • Mutshewa, A.; Rao, K.N. (Emerald, 2000)
    Libraries are changing their modes of delivery at a very fast rate. This article describes how the University of Botswana library has advantage of the new technologies to enhance its service to its patrons. The University ...
  • Ajiboye, J.O.; Silo, N. (IJESE, http://www.ijese.com, July, 2008)
    An intervention study was set up through the School Civic Clubs to improve Botswana Children’s environmental knowledge, attitudes and practices. The underlying assump-tion in using this informal approach was based on the ...
  • Totolo, O.; Chanda, R. (Elsevier Science Ltd, http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/622855/description#description, 2003)
    The collection of papers in this special edition of the Journal of Arid Environments is a sequel to a Workshop held in Maun, Botswana, in October 2000, on the theme Climate Change, Biodiversity and Multi-species Production ...
  • Ekosse, G.; van den Heever, D.J.; de Jager, L.; Totolo, O. (Elsevier www.elsevier.com/locate/mineng, 2004)
    This study aimed at chemically and mineralogically characterizing whole particulate air matter (PAM) occurring at the Selebi Phikwe nickel–copper (Ni–Cu) area in Botswana, and postulating its possible environmental ...
  • Sahu, B.K.; Jayaram, S. (University of Botswana, 2000)
    Alarmingly high accumulation of fly ash has led geochemical engineers into finding a solution for the use of flyash as a construction material in the recent past. As of now, although the material has been used in a limited ...
  • Gwebu, T.D. (Pergamon, www.elsevier.com/locate/habitatint, 2003)
    This study investigates the profile, dynamics and dimensions ofenvironm ental problems at Old Naledi, a low income urban neighbourhood in Gaborone, the capital city ofBotsw ana. It is based on documentary and field ...
  • Temtime, Z.T. (Science Publications / ANSI Journals; http://www.ansijournals.com/3/c4p.php?id=1&theme=3&jid=jas, 2001)
    Although environmental scanning is a key concept in management research, its application and importance, particularly in developing African countries, is not well investigated. Scanning the company's external environment ...
  • Mmopelwa, G.; Mosepele, K.; Mosepele, B.; Moleele, N.; Ngwenya, B. (Blackwell Publishing, http://www.blackwellpublishing.com, 2009)
    The hydrological regime of the Okavango River Basin is the main driver of ecological change in the delta. The delta supports a small-scale fishery which is a source of livelihood for communities within its fringes. The ...
  • Shoeb, M.; Jaspars, M.; MacManus, S.M.; Majinda, R.R.T.; Sarker, S.D. (Elsevier Ltd. www.elsevier.com/locate/biochemsyseco, 2004)
    A study focusing on Centaurea cyanus L. (family: Asteraceae alt. Compositae), otherwise known as "cornflower" or "bachelor's button. The seed is purchased from B & T World Seeds sarl, Pauguignan, 34210 Olonzac, France and ...
  • Oladokun, Olugbade (May 14, 2013)
    The desirability and usefulness of library and its services in any academic programmes is never a contentious issue as they promote quality in education. Success stories of programming and implementation of open and distance ...
  • Kitindi, E.G.; Mgaya, V.K. (Institute of Finance Management, 2006)
    This study was undertaken to collect the views of practicing accountants in Botswana on a number of skills considered essential for any gradute in Accounting. Questionnaires were delivered to 250 accountants employed by ...
  • Daka, J.S.J. (University of Botswana, 1998)
    There are many instances where a telephone call charge needs to be avaialable immediately after a call is made. Usually, for a fee a telecommunication provider can provide call charge for a particular call. Call charging ...
  • Mokone, Gaonyadiwe G.; Kebaetse, Maikutlo; Wright, John; Kebaetse, Masego B.; Makgabana-Dintwa, Oarabile; Kebaabetswe, Poloko; Badlangana, Ludo; Mogodi, Mpho; Bryant, Katie; Nkomazana, Oathokwa (Academic Medicine, http://journals.lww.com/AcademicMedicine/pages/default.aspx, August, 2014)
    Having adequate numbers of qualified human resources for health is essential for any effective health care system. However, there is a global shortage of skilled health care workers, especially in Sub-Saharan African ...
  • Akinsola, H.A. (Arnold. http://nej.sagepub.com/, 2001)
    The concern for ethical principles and values is not limited to health professionals alone. However, ethical principles in nursing act as safety valves for social control to prevent professional misconduct and abuse of ...
  • Moswela, B.; Gobagoba, M. (Academic Journals: http://www.academicjournals.org/ERR, April 10, 2014)
    This paper presents the results of a survey conducted to find out the extent to which teacher trainees understand and observe professional ethics. It also sought the contribution of the Faculty of Education and secondary ...