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Changes in soil properties with long-term organic inputs due to distance from homestead and farm characteristics in southern Ethiopian farmlands


Traditional farming systems across much of Sub-Saharan Africa have greater organic inputs near to the homestead than in fields further away...
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Implications of changes in land use for ecosystem service values of two highly eroded watersheds in Lake Abaya Chamo sub-basin, Ethiopia


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Radiologists’ experiences and perceptions regarding the use of teleradiology in South Africa


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Emotional intelligence as a key driver of the formation of professional scepticism in auditors


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role of the Square Kilometre Array in South Africa’s economic development strategy


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Care and academic work in a pandemic lockdown: a study of women academics in South Africa


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Before you decolonize, let me into the game Virtue, a key to unbridling the shackles of oppression


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Caring for careers: Career development experiences of people with disabilities in South Africa.


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How COVID Reconfigured Family Relationships: Explaining the Work of Academic Women through the Lens of Complexity Theory


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The gendered role of care in the pandemic: A South African study of women academics.


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The Impact of the Pandemic-Enforced Lockdown on the Scholarly Productivity of Women Academics in South Africa.


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Virtuous Human Centred Organizational Culture The Case of People with Disabilities


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