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  • 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 ...
  • Diepraam, Kent (2011-04-04)
    South Africa is not mandated by the Kyoto Protocol to respond to the implications of climate change. The purpose of this research is to gain an understanding of why and how South African organisations are voluntary responding. ...
  • Mkwalo, Lumkile (2011-05-19)
    This study was conducted in an attempt to uncover the reason for the uneven pace of promotion for black African managers in the South African work place, Employment Equity Commission (2008). While many previous studies ...
  • Mthembu, Muzikayise John (2011-05-30)
    For its role in discharging its responsibilities of ensuring an equitable distribution of land to the previously discriminated-against population groups in South Africa, the African National Congress (ANC) pressed for a ...
  • Cosani, Michele Carlo (2012-01-23)
    CEOs in today’s constantly changing and evolving world face significant challenges. New technologies and new competition continue to change the way companies do business and the recent spate of high profile corporate ...
  • THAKASO, REFILOE (2011-06-23)
    The Civil Service inefficiency in the last two to three decades prompted governments and international development partners to put more emphasis on the reforms in an effort to improve accountability and transparency. ...
  • Phakathi, Nompumelelo Goodness (2014-01-14)
    This research study attempts to prove that better customer service management can assist in raising levels of payment in municipalities. Data was gathered from interviews, field observations and the review of documents. ...
  • Gappoo, Jennisha (2011-04-12)
    Increasing pressure is being placed on South African business to understand and leverage their diverse workforce and to rectify past racial inequalities. . The signing of the Financial Charter (2003) and the enactment of ...
  • Chetty, Sugen (2014-01-09)
    SA is a water-stressed country that suffers from poor water service delivery. Half of the country’s 48 million people do not have piped water access. The major problems are inefficient operations, lack of capacity in ...
  • Moiloa, Agnes (2011-10-24)
    The post apartheid South Africa is moving into a phase of policy implementation in terms of governance. The period preceding the democratisation of the country has realised the enactment of various policy prescripts ...
  • Mafoyane, Seapei (2014-01-14)
    Entrepreneurs around the world face numerous challenges in the effort to get their businesses off the ground and become sustainable and self-reliant. The hindrances faced by women around the world as a whole in the quest ...
  • RADEBE, SIBONGILE (2011-10-20)
    This research project employed case study methodology to explore challenges encountered by rural women in housing construction within the Nkangala region in Mpumalanga Province. Women‟s involvement in housing delivery can ...
  • Ebrahim, Mubeen (2013-10-04)
    Africa has been identified as an emerging market with an average GDP of more than 5% and countries from around the world have therefore realised the potential for business in Africa. Business initiatives require people to ...
  • Gorogodo, Blessing (2011-04-18)
    Zimbabwe is currently facing deep seated socio-economic and complex political problems which became overtly manifest in 2000. Consequently, individuals and families have been forced to migrate to neighbouring countries ...
  • MAHLALELA, NONTOBEKO PORTIA (2011-11-03)
    This research project employs case study methodology to explore the factors that impact on Ehlanzeni District Municipality‟s efforts to implement local economic development (LED) interventions to improve the livelihoods ...

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