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  • NGOBENI, HILDAH SIZI (2011-06-02)
    After the establishment of the first democratic government in South Africa, the Education Ministry committed itself to transforming the education system through developing new policies and legislation aimed at achieving ...
  • Myers, Jedd (2012-11-14)
    Managers deciding which form of finance to select in order to fund investments, namely debt or equity, are posed with the challenge of understanding the different costs implicated with these two types of financing. Equity ...
  • Katzen, Jeremy (2014-01-14)
    The number of participants in the global economy is growing each year, fuelled partly by globalisation and increasing levels of integration (Lloyd 1993) amongst economies. Companies from emerging markets (“EMC”s) are ...
  • Ntsimane, Mpho (2014-01-21)
    Online and mobile banking are both channels with potential to make banking accessible to the majority of people, and in particular in South Africa where there is a high uptake of mobile communication usage. Yet the ...
  • Phalafala, Madikana Beauty (2012-11-20)
    The issues of sustainability reporting are important on a global level, with business as a whole facing different market pressures to be socially responsible and to report on socially responsible practices. It has thus ...
  • Maluleke, Timothy (2011-05-16)
    The informal economy plays an important role and positively contributes to the economic development of South Africa. The purpose of the research is to explore the comparative analysis of the best practice in support of ...
  • Mmolawa, Obakeng Noah (2011-05-19)
    Exchange traded funds have generated a great deal of interest in markets where they have been introduced including in the South African investment market. In South Africa exchange traded funds are still relatively new ...
  • Nsibande, Charles Muzi (2011-06-02)
    The purpose of the research was to determine whether there was any significant difference in the performances of property unit trusts (PUTs) and property loan stocks (PLSs). Since the studies by Fleming (2002) and ...
  • Leicher, Amanda Ellen (2011-10-07)
    Triple bottom line or sustainability reporting is becoming increasingly important worldwide, as companies are obliged to disclose non-financial information. The release of King II in March 2002 is considered to be a ...
  • Gardner, Anthea (2011-04-12)
    The purpose of this study is to compare the accuracy of two options pricing models, namely the Black-Scholes (1973) and Savickas’s Simple option pricing model (2002), in the pricing of options. The models were compared ...
  • du Toit, Deirdrè (2011-04-18)
    The purpose of the research is to assess whether the developing markets of the world provide the same return on equity investment as South Africa. Portfolio investments in these markets have increased from US$ 100 million ...
  • LEEUW, RWESI GABRIEL (2012-01-17)
    South Africa has witnessed an increase in the number of women joining the labour force since the onset of democratic change. While there is little or no literature on women optometrist in South Africa, the assumption is ...
  • Read, Cheryl-Anne (2012-01-17)
    The purpose of this qualitative study is to compare the marketing strategies of independent schools in South Africa and the United Kingdom. The objective of independent schools is to offer the service of nurturing and ...
  • Gerber, Eugene (2011-04-12)
    Unit trust returns are published and quoted regularly in various media publications. These returns, calculated as Time-Weighted Rates of Return, do not reflect the actual returns that investors perceive. The timing of ...
  • Chen, Zhanqing (2012-12-04)
    Policy makers and regulators have been concerned with the issue of how efficiently banks transform their various inputs into multiple financial products, because efficiency in the banking sector is considered a precondition ...
  • John, Lou-Anndree (2014-01-14)
    Walmart’s entry into South Africa is an example of global expansion that best illustrates the impact of a new market entrant on competitive strategy and industry structure. The research explores the evolving nature of ...
  • MONGWE, FRIDAY DANIEL (2011-05-19)
    In line with the liberalisation of gambling laws across many countries of the world, the lottery and other gambling revenues increasingly feature prominently in many countries’ public finance planning. Apart from being ...
  • Surtee, Taariq (2012-01-19)
    Islam, one of the major religions in the world, forbids the use of interest as a wealth generation mechanism. Instead, Islam promotes the idea of trade where wealth is created via profit or for services rendered. As a ...
  • Osman, Mogamed Shaheen (2011-05-13)
    In today’s competitive global market organisations strive to maximise market share. Therefore their strategy is seen as one of the main driving forces guiding them in this quest (Reddy 2003). Various pieces of legislation ...
  • Birir, Lilian Atieno Gangla (2011-04-12)
    This research report describes a study which seeks to establish whether public information print material on HIV/AIDS is easily comprehensible to Adult Basic Education and Training Students. The study focuses on the visual ...

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