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Scibraai Monday Menu: About fussy eaters, schooling and African horse sickness

Slide1Do you have a fussy eater in the family? Want to know more about why some teachers never move to different parts of the country, and how it could influence the quality of schooling in South Africa? Or about how the movement of horses in Namibia and South Africa might in fact be causing African horse sickness to spread to more areas?

Then read the following papers. The one on fussy eaters is by Zeenat Ebrahim of the University of Pretoria, and the one on schooling by Martin Gustafsson of Stellenbosch University. Danica Liebenberg, Stuart Piketh and Huib van Hamburg of North-West University studied African horse sickness.

 

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