Browsing Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management by Subject "Black economic empowerment"

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Browsing Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management by Subject "Black economic empowerment"

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  • Moosa, Farouk Goolam (2011-05-19)
    This research assessed potential impacts of South African petroleum industry deregulation. Industry participants have called for changed regulation of the South African petroleum industry. The National Energy Forum task ...
  • MOLEKWA, BEN THAYI (2011-05-19)
    Procurement in general and tender criteria – selective purchasing – in particular, is an instrument that is used to achieve non-economic goals. South Africa introduced affirmative action policies under the auspices of the ...
  • 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 ...
  • Osman, Mogamed Shaheen (2011-05-13)
    In today’s competitive global market organisations strive to maximise market share. Therefore their strategy is seen as one of the main driving forces guiding them in this quest (Reddy 2003). Various pieces of legislation ...
  • Hundah, Joseph (2011-04-15)
    Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) has been hailed as a necessity and as absolutely critical to the country’s development but it has also been scorned upon as apartheid in reverse. The complex socio-economic issues surrounding ...
  • 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 ...
  • Ramuedzisi, Tshilidzi (2011-06-08)
    Black Economic Empowerment is one of the South African government's initiatives to bring parity to past economic imbalances. One of the aspects of this empowerment has been through transferring of equity ownership ...
  • Jacobs-Nongxa, Nomthunzi (2011-04-15)
    The purpose of the study is to evaluate the impact of the Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) transaction on shareholder value. In this study a specific reference data of 2002 has been chosen for analysis. The analysis ...
  • 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 ...
  • Govender, Deano (2011-04-13)
    An important criterion in investment appraisal is the quality of the business plan submitted when finance is sought. This study explores investors’ expectations of process and content aspects of planning among ...
  • Ntshangase, Thulani Givenson (2011-06-06)
    The implementation of BEE initiative in South Africa was aimed at addressing the socio-economic disparities and exclusions caused by the legacy of apartheid, which had deterred socio-economic development and further ...
  • Lowe, Craig (2011-05-12)
    Research conducted both locally and internationally has yielded mixed results to changes in top management. However, once management changes are classified according to the post of an executive and according to the ...
  • Macharia, Patrick (2011-04-19)
    The purpose of this research was to determine the challenges facing small businesses in South Africa and further determine the experiences of small businesses under enterprise development by large firms. These challenges ...

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