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  • Hewson, David-John Charles (2011-04-15)
    This research is a qualitative case study on a South African mobile telecommunications company which had used the Balanced Scorecard as a mechanism to implement the new strategy of the company. This new strategy was as a ...
  • Goldblatt, Beth; Rosa, Solange; Hall, Katharine (2008-03-18)
    Since its inception in 1998, the Child Support Grant (CSG) has been rolled out very rapidly and now reaches more than seven million children. It is having a significant impact on the alleviation of poverty by increasing ...
  • MASWANGANYE, MSINDO ANDREW (2011-05-16)
    In March 2002, the Department of Transport published the Ports Policy with the objectives of ensuring affordable, internationally competitive, efficient and safe port services and of restructuring port governance and ...
  • Brauns, Myrna (2013-10-08)
    The marketing landscape has changed due to rapid advancement in technology, globalisation and the internet. Marketing has become a relationship consisting of two-way communication. Integrated marketing communications (IMC) ...
  • Msiya, Mgwebi (2014-02-17)
    Since its inception, Child Support Grant (CSG) has received mixed reactions from across the spectrum. It has given rise to perceptions that it influences teenage girls to desire to fall pregnant so as to access the grant. ...
  • Ntsoane, Moroasereme Tommy (2011-10-19)
    The cornerstone of a successful energy efficiency strategy is strong and unequivocal government support, through the promulgation of appropriate legislation that accurately locates energy efficiency within an integrated ...
  • Mokobi, Joyce (2011-05-19)
    Since the development of a National Government-Wide Monitoring and Evaluation system in 2005, Provinces were expected to develop and implement Provincial Monitoring and Evaluation system to assist in tracking and improving ...
  • Keys, Nicholas Scott (2011-05-06)
    Strategic sourcing is currently one of the most powerful levers for profit improvement and is hence receiving increased attention from corporations. This research focuses on the key techniques used in strategic sourcing ...
  • Pearce, Bronwyn (2011-06-07)
    Prevention efforts in South Africa, despite increasing investment, have not positively impacted on prevalence rates. This research report sets out to determine the implications, if any, of differing communication strategies ...
  • Marriott, Liesl (2011-05-16)
    It is estimated that there are approximately 4900 fuel retail stations operating in South Africa. The industry is typically characterised by an oversupply of fuel retail stations, strong competition, a high degree of ...
  • MASETLHA, DIPUO FAITH (2011-05-16)
    The ANC-led liberation struggle was not only intended to remove white leaders from state power and replace them with black leaders. Rather, in the post-struggle dispensation, it was hoped that a multicultural South ...
  • de Lima, Jorge; Lima, Jorge de (2012-01-23)
    The research contained herein investigates location factors for South African foreign direct investment into East Africa across various industries. The research analyses the importance of these factors as well as how South ...
  • Lepasa, Thato (2011-05-10)
    Rotating savings and credit associations (ROSCA) are an important form of savings structure that responds to the needs of the majority of the population. This exploratory research investigated the importance of ROSCA in ...
  • Wade, Sebastian (2011-04-19)
    Software development has had much comment over the last two to three decades; large research organisations such as the Standish Group have carried out several empirical studies that measure the success rate of software ...
  • Madzivhe, Nnditsheni Thomas (2011-05-13)
    With the advent of new democracy in South Africa during 1994, the Department of Labour was faced with challenges of ensuring compliance with labour laws aimed at improving working conditions, create health and safe working ...
  • Govender, Jegenthiren (2011-04-18)
    Hospital Management Teams are expected to make crucial decisions in the short, medium and long term often based on questionable data. The integrity of decision-making is hence compromised by poor quality information. ...
  • Müller, Herman (2012-11-14)
    Automotive manufacturers inbound supply chains span across borders and across continents. Due to this, economic events such as recessions have a direct impact on these inbound supply chains. Automotive manufacturers within ...
  • Skeen, Gregory Ian (2011-06-15)
    Public- and private-sector developers seek appropriate methods for initiating property development in the high-risk inner-city of Johannesburg, and are expected to respond to incentive mechanisms for investment if ...
  • Macaringue, Doris Afonso Nhone (2011-05-05)
    The informal sector in Mozambique has grown quickly especially since 1992 when many people migrated from the rural to the urban areas where they were involved with agriculture during the civil war. Once in the urban areas, ...
  • Hollis, Adrian (2011-04-15)
    The purpose of this study was to determine whether travel incentive schemes are an effective way to motivate employees and improve their productivity in South African based companies. A questionnaire was administered to ...

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