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  • van der Westhuizen, Hendrik Cornelis (2011-10-20)
    The key account management profession has not been extensively researched in South Africa. Consequently, a need has arisen to identify the competencies required of key account managers in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods ...
  • Serretta, Hyram (2011-10-24)
    Directors and boards currently face many complex challenges in times of diversity, change, competition and regulation. A key factor of success in practicing good corporate governance is the board‟s ability to cope with ...
  • Siso, Linda (2011-06-15)
    Global trends have shown a shift in marketing emphasis from product branding to corporate branding. Some of the reasons cited by prior research for this shift were: high consumer expectations; anti-branding movements that ...
  • Coetzee, Jason Boyd (2012-10-02)
    Payment card industry players remain challenged, both globally and within South Africa, to differentiate their value offering from that of their payments industry competitors who all offer similar, “commoditised” products ...
  • Ntshangase, Jacob Sabelo (2011-06-06)
    Since the advent of the SA community radio sector in the early 1990s, ongoing governance and management problems have been indicative of a chronic lack of corporate governance compliance. Despite numerous interventions ...
  • Murdoch, Jefferson (2012-12-04)
    Understanding the preference criteria of potential corporate clients when choosing transactional banking services is essential for corporate banks. In knowing what is significantly important to clients and equally knowing ...
  • Mittins, Merlyn (2011-05-05)
    The purpose of the research was to create meaningful insights into the extent of and how corporate reputational elements are reflected in stories, told within an organisation. The research focused on the researcher’s ...
  • Govender, Daysen (2012-10-05)
    Corporate reputation has evolved into a key intangible asset that provides firms with both a licence to operate in society and a sustainable competitive advantage over competitors. Reputation has become even more crucial ...
  • Duggan, Bronwen (2011-04-18)
    The legitimacy theory for corporate social and environmental reporting is gaining support due to tests performed on companies operating in many firstworld countries, however little or no research has been conducted in ...
  • Poswa, Sanele Qabuka (2011-06-08)
    South Africa has seen considerable economic growth over the past ten years; however, the poverty gap has grown faster than the economy. This indicates that poor households have not shared the benefits of economic growth ...
  • MOSHESH, REGINALD KOPANO GODFREY (2011-05-23)
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  • Ramodibe, Palesa Tebogo (2014-01-21)
    Instead of trying to justify CSR by demonstrating the profits associated with CSR or the social necessity of CSR, there is also a need for studies that explain how institutions, such as banks, respond to an increasing ...
  • Munthali, Julius Kadambo (2011-05-05)
    The Malawi Farm Input Subsidy Programme is faced with the problem of corruption, in particular, the selling of fertilizer subsidy coupons by Agricultural officials and Traditional Leaders. This research study focuses on ...
  • Ayeyemi, Omowunmi Morayo (2014-01-09)
    This study investigates the cost and profit efficiency of Kenyan banks. This study uses published financial information to carry out stochastic frontier analysis, an econometric technique, to determine if there has been ...
  • Siyaka, Nokuthula (2011-06-15)
    The purpose of this study is to analyse the cost and profit efficiency of banks in South Africa. The cost-to-income ratio has always been used in the South African banking sector in measuring efficiency. However this ...
  • Moodaly, Asogan (2014-01-21)
    South Africa has one of the highest unemployment rates in the world, and it is in this context that the Accelerated and Shared Growth Initiative of South Africa (“ASGISA”) promoted biofuels as a job creation initiative. ...
  • Narrandes, Roshnee (2011-05-31)
    One of the key objectives of the African Union (AU) is to promote and ensure continental integration. For the AU to be an engine of continental integration it needs a popular constituency at a national level. Currently ...
  • Hall, Nicole Lindsay (2014-01-21)
    The increase in global and specifically South African, unethical business practices have lead to a focus on the ethical organisational culture and the ethical behaviour of Boards, Directors, management and employees. ...
  • Rubinstein, Hylton (2011-06-09)
    Organisations across the globe face increasingly intense competition, making it difficult to achieve profitable growth. Traditionally, companies try to outperform their rivals in order to secure a larger share of the ...
  • Naidoo, Angie Nicole (2012-10-05)
    Mergers and acquisitions (M and A's) has become a strategic option for companies to meet the strategic needs of the rapidly changing competitive landscape. Pharmaceutical companies are facing several major inter-relate ...

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