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  • Satram, Lester Anthony (2014-01-14)
    The study was undertaken to determine what the factors are that drive changes to remuneration policy in South Africa, and to determine the extent of changes to the components of remuneration policies since 2008. A similar ...
  • Mahomed, Imraan (2011-05-13)
    The South African food retail sector is extremely competitive, where high customer churn and pressures on margins are common and are often linked. Structured marketing efforts such as a customer loyalty programme can ...
  • ARCHARY, LEONA CASSANDRA (2014-01-09)
    The Freedom Charter states “restrictions of land ownership on a racial basis shall be ended, and all land be re-divided amongst those who work it to banish famine and land hunger. The State shall help the peasants ...
  • Gouws, Johan (2011-04-12)
    This report investigates the factors that are of importance in choosing a Black Economic Partner to maximise the vested interest of all stakeholders involved in the joint venture. The research report is broad and lays ...
  • Frolich, Anton (2011-04-12)
    Black Economic Empowerment is an important and influential aspect of South Africa’s economy. Firms listed on the Johannesburg Securities Exchange have been engaging in deals aimed at Black Economic Empowerment for a ...
  • Ruplal, Meshal (2011-06-10)
    The work described here sets out to investigate the factors influencing the internationalisation of South African mining firms. Strategies used to manage these factors are also investigated. The research follows a ...
  • Rajool, Godfrey (2011-06-08)
    This study focuses on the factors that influence consumer adoption of liquefied petroleum gasoline as an alternative vehicle fuel in South Africa. Numerous factors emerged from the qualitative analysis, among the most ...
  • Mosupye, Lebogang (2013-10-10)
    Sales of Christian gospel music have decreased in the last decade, meaning that consumers have not being buying the music as often and as much as they used to. This study seeks to identify the factors influencing the ...
  • Sekgobela, Lebaka Thebeka (2012-10-02)
    Store brands have been prominent in the United States and Europe for many years. Retailers introduced store brands to achieve greater margin and improve store patronage. The strategy behind the brands has always been to ...
  • Boyens, Martin (2011-03-22)
    Increased retention of its customers increases a bank’s market share and can have a significant impact on profits (Reichheld and Sasser 1990). Many customer satisfaction studies have shown clear links between customer ...
  • Charalambous, Harris (2011-03-28)
    This research investigates the key elements that South African financial services firms consider before making foreign direct investments (FDI) in Sub-Saharan African (SSA) markets. Specifically it aims to establish the ...
  • Stephan, Henry (2012-01-23)
    The study investigates the main factors considered by South African telecommunications firms when making a decision to undertake Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) into Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). This encompasses the reasons ...
  • Nkambule, Nonhlanhla (2011-06-02)
    The aim of this paper was to investigate factors that influence individuals’ propensity to start their own businesses. These factors were divisible into three categories: non-psychological, psychological and environmental ...
  • Lockley, David (2012-10-02)
    The recent turmoil in the world’s equity markets has led many individuals to be concerned with equities as an investment option. However equities remain an important part of any individuals retirement planning. Despite ...
  • van de Sande, Panayoty (2011-06-23)
    The inner city of Johannesburg has recently gone through a period of renewal; it was just a decade ago that Johannesburg was described as “The City of Filth” (City Press, 1997; Pg: 4), owing to increased crime, ...
  • Radebe, Busi (2014-01-14)
    As organisations pursue foreign markets as part of their growth strategy, global integration of the businesses throughout the world is always a challenge. In response to this challenge, multinational organisations have ...
  • Deliwe, Chwayita (2012-11-14)
    Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) have become very popular in recent decades as a means to achieve growth and to maximise profits in companies. However, research shows that over half the M&As do not meet the intended purpose, ...
  • Simpson, Brett (2011-03-22)
    Veterinary pharmaceutical companies in South Africa operate in a very competitive environment. Understanding the buying centre and consumer behaviour of a veterinary practice will enable these companies to effectively ...
  • Teise, Heinrich Richardt (2013-10-08)
    Entrepreneurship, which is attracting notable attention in the modern world, has roots that extend back in time to the earliest traders. Interestingly, the phenomenon was only really identified and defined in the 17th ...
  • Mahomed, Safeya (2011-05-13)
    It is generally believed that software piracy harms both the software firms (through lower profits) and the buying customers (through higher prices) resulting in increasing efforts to counter software piracy by both ...

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