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  • Desai, Mayan K (2013-10-10)
    A recession presents very difficult economic circumstances for a business in which to operate. At the same time the high value brands within an organisation are under severe pressure for their prices to be dropped in order ...
  • du Toit, Anastasia Irene (2012-11-14)
    Consumers in South Africa are bombarded with an abundance of marketing messages on a daily basis. This information overload has resulted in consumers ignoring certain marketing communications and becoming confused as to ...
  • Mudau, Boy Tshimangadzo (2013-10-22)
    The use of distributors as a channel in the marketing of fast moving consumer goods into the informal sector is a phenomenon that is of interest to manufacturers, distributors themselves, retailers wholesalers and Spaza ...
  • Laura Schaffer, Laura Schaffer (2011-06-10)
    The presence of a predictable share price response to a surprise in announced earnings by listed companies has been documented in US equity markets since 1968. This research investigated whether the presence of a positive ...
  • Shepard, Deborah (2011-06-15)
    Marketing, as a discipline, is becoming increasingly business orientated with a focus on internal profitability, growth and revenue projection being closely linked to marketing activities and their impact on market ...
  • Hill, Graeme John (2014-01-20)
    It is a prevailing view that South Africa under-invests in innovation. R&D spend is consistently less than 1% of GDP, which is well below benchmarks set by developed countries. The current research is concerned with R&D ...
  • MANYEMA, SHAW (2012-12-04)
    Managers of South African listed companies are faced with a variety of strategic challenges that they require to find solutions for to ensure the continued existence of their operations. Fortunately, South Africa has several ...
  • Sali-Ameen, Mohammed (2011-11-22)
    The study will be demarcated as follows. Chapter One has provided a background of some of the issues facing Honeywell Automation South Africa and some of the industry challenges. Pressure from competitors in the South ...
  • Singh, Avinash J. (2011-10-14)
    The study sought to test the applicability of a methodology proposed by Professor Baruch Lev to measure the value of intangible capital of 17 non-financial companies listed on the JSE Securities Exchange and to ascertain ...
  • OTIPA, PATRICK MUKOYA (2011-06-07)
    AIDS and its related consequences are challenging men to redefine their masculinity. Women and men are equally affected by HIV and AIDS and while cultural and traditional practices relegate care giving to women, men have ...
  • Mabote, Pheya Alinah (2011-04-19)
    Very little research has been conducted on men’s reproductive health services in South Africa. The 1994 International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) and the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing ...
  • Motlhake, Bona Neville (2011-07-14)
    Since the advent of democracy in 1994, South African government has continued to build capacity in national, provincial and local spheres of government. The Community Development Workers were brought in as multi-skilled ...
  • NJOKO, MUZIWOKUTHULA (2012-10-08)
    Skills shortages in the construction industry is well known, to remedy the situation government as a participant in the industry has come up with programmes to mentor young people who are interested in the industry. The ...
  • MAPHANGA, MPUMELELO JACKSON (2012-10-04)
    This study examines the mentoring of pastors in the Assemblies of God church in South Africa. The church previously had quality leaders, and the problem is that the: quality leadership is waning. The purpose is to assess ...
  • Mnguni, Makhaza George (2011-10-24)
    This research report focuses on mentorship programme as a tool of transformation in the SA Navy. The first chapter of the paper provides a historical perspective of transformation in the SA Navy. It traces back the process ...
  • Pooe, Raborale Isaac David (2014-07-24)
    i ABSTRACT The last few years saw the restructuring of the higher education landscape which took the form of mergers and acquisitions. The purpose of this study was to explore the experiences of and lessons learnt by ...
  • Fritz, Christoffel C (2011-04-12)
    Micro-finance serves a critical role in South Africa but it is yet to enjoy the attention of true marketing and customer focus (Rademaker, 2005). It is also an industry that finds itself under increasing political, regulatory ...
  • Tziatas, Ioannis Anastasios (2011-06-23)
    In today's competitive market, organisations strive to maximise profits. Many tools are used in an attempt to achieve this, one of which is Six Sigma. The purpose of this research has been to investigate the perceived ...
  • Mokoatle, Benford Letuka (2011-10-24)
    This research was aimed at gaining an understanding of information systems (IS) governance processes and practices and at assessing their effects in Mineral Resources Management (MRM) departments, thereby ensuring that ...
  • Gany, Farhaad (2014-01-21)
    In the face of increased competition from mobile operators and their continued dominance traditional fixed-line incumbents were forced to acquire or build mobile capability and become integrated operators. However, the ...

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