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  • Gaspari, Roberto. (2014-08-28)
    Black economic empowerment has transformed the South African economic environment, and continues to be one of the most important issues a company has to deal with. In the past research into Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) ...
  • Rajcoomar, Rajendra (2011-06-08)
    This research report set out to investigate the relationship that corporate governance, as it pertains to the board of directors, has with the financial performance of companies in South Africa. The critical corporate ...
  • Ranamane, Mashilo Humphrey (2012-11-21)
    The state of South Africa’s borders and ports of entry (i.e. the land borders, airports and harbours) indicates that there are serious challenges. It seems that little research has been conducted on the key challenges ...
  • Reyneke, Johan (2014-02-17)
    The value of a brand can be difficult to measure since it is an intangible asset and it is only since the early 1980s that brand valuation has gained importance in terms of inclusion in business valuation (Kapferer, ...
  • Jean-Louis, Sandra (2011-10-07)
    Brands have been considered as an asset and a source of sustainable competitive advantage by marketing authors. A company that can leverage on a strong brand can maintain and gain market share and resist pressures on price. ...
  • Ramdhani, Suveer (2011-06-08)
    In today‟s competitive marketplace, marketing activities are used to influence the buyer‟s perception of a professional services firm and therefore the brand image. To compete, professional services firms could leverage ...
  • Pillay, Koogandhreen Cooppan (2011-05-05)
    The objectives of this study were to investigate the branding strategies of Sasol and its subsidiaries, as the organization expanded internationally, and to make recommendations to Sasol for improving their branding ...
  • Mda, Liziwe Laura (2013-10-25)
    A brand is an important, but intangible asset of a company. The relationship between the brand and the consumer is one of the key dimensions of customer-based brand equity, and brand personality provides substance to that ...
  • Gillham, Craig (2012-01-23)
    There are two main branding strategies adopted by organisations in the Financial Services sector in South Africa, monolithic and multi-brand strategies. Both strategies have proven to be effective in this sector. The two ...
  • Andrews, Don (2011-03-10)
    The digital divide presents all under-developed communities with a challenge. Not to participate in the Internet revolution will leave whole communities behind. To be able to deal with this divide, it is necessary to ...
  • Xulu, S’busiso Babo (2012-01-20)
    There is consensus among academic experts and researchers on corruption that large scale construction and development programmes provide an excellent avenue for corruption in corrupt regimes. The past ten years or so ...
  • Henderson, Nicholas Charles (2011-04-13)
    Volatility has an impact on the accuracy of forecasting. The Company on which this project report is based firmly believed that the agricultural segment of their packaging manufacturing business was too volatile to ...
  • Chanetsa, Edphan Peter (2011-03-23)
    Strategic theory prescribes the formulation and implementation of strategies in either fairly stable macroeconomic environments or for environments in economic crises which are normally characterised by downturns in the ...
  • Grant, Anthony Nicolas Daniel (2011-04-13)
    The demand for professional services is growing as the Mauritian economy turns to new areas of exports and restructuring of organisations to face global market environment changes. This growth will attract players in ...
  • MAKGATO, MAMOTINTANE BENNY MAMOTINTANE BENNY MAKGATO (2011-05-13)
    The apartheid system in South Africa plunged the majority of the people in abject poverty and destitution, including homelessness. The post-apartheid South African government and society today are yet to lift the people ...
  • LETSOALO, MASEDIKWE R (2011-05-12)
    This study examines capacity building for change management in the Department of Correctional Services, with special reference to the Pretoria Management Area. The main assumption is that the prison officials lack ...
  • Osameyan, Bolutife Bolorunduro (2011-04-19)
    This study examines the challenges among organs of civil society in Tsakane Township, Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality. One way of promoting development in townships is through building the capacities and skills of ...
  • Peek, Johannes Samuel (2011-06-07)
    The academic community has tried to convince corporate business managers that the capital budgeting decision-making process can be made more effective by using more sophisticated capital budgeting techniques. There are ...
  • Stern, Gregory Jason (2014-07-22)
    ii ABSTRACT The purpose of this research was to examine the decision making process individuals and organisations make with regards to utilising capital budgeting techniques used and the impact operating during a recession ...
  • Schollenberger, Hans J. (2011-10-14)
    The objective of this study was to determine the effects of a declining market trend or bear period on the capital structure of companies listed on the JSE between 1999 and 2003. A significant finding using nonparametric ...

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