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  • PHORA, PATJANE LUCAS (2014-01-20)
    It is essential that project implementation and management be effective in order for an organisation to realise efficient delivery of projects. In the endeavor to fulfill this essence, the Department of Infrastructure ...
  • Garbharran, Prathima Harichunder (2011-04-12)
    South Africa is an example of a country with an enclave model in terms of development. This former settler-dominated economy is faced with the problem of unemployment and underemployment. The purpose of this study is ...
  • Benza, Yewande Omolola (2011-03-22)
    Southern Africa today is characterised by poverty, a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS, war, conflict, unemployment and food shortages. What is lacking, but clearly necessary for the advancement of the region, is the promotion ...
  • Shongwe, Sam Dumisani (2012-10-02)
    It is widely accepted that telecommunications play a crucial role in the development of economies and in today’s global community. In addition, developments in telecommunications industry continue to be fast paced as the ...
  • Speed, Steyn Erik (2012-11-14)
    Impact investing, where investors seek opportunities that both create social value and achieve financial return, is at a nascent stage of development in South Africa. As it gains prominence, impact investing is increasingly ...
  • Leope, David Makgolane Resegofaditswe (2011-05-10)
    Pro-choice and Pro-life schools of thought relating to Termination of Pregnancy procedures are all caught up in a trap of infidel circularity, humanism and reductionism. Clearly they have both outlived their usefulness ...
  • Boorsma, Gillian Ann (2011-03-22)
    Recognising that governance is the key to South Africa's future as a global player in the property market, this study explores the protection of shareholders' interests in listed property funds in South Africa. The views ...
  • ZULU, BHEKI KENNETH (2011-06-24)
    The accreditation of education and training providers by the Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) has occurred at a slow pace. The inaccessibility of the accreditation system has been regarded ...
  • von Aulock, Carl Andre (2011-03-10)
    While telecommunications costs are a common topic of public comment in South Africa, the provision of services to those areas and communities which have been historically neglected also is a focus for commentators in the ...
  • TEKLE, YEMANE BERAKI (2011-06-23)
    Public budgeting is an area in which the zeal for economic development has been particularly marked. The issue that is addressed in this study concerns the budget's possibilities when it comes to operating as an effective ...
  • Ramaboea, Reginald Matumpula (2011-04-19)
    This research report explores factors that affect Information and Communications Technology User Satisfaction in the Public Sector in South Africa. With the help of the literature cited in this report, the researcher arrives ...
  • PITJADI, NGOATO (2011-06-08)
    The main objective of this research was to explore the meaning of public participation as understood within the context of Orlando East backyard renewal pilot project. From the inception of the policy process several ...
  • NKUNA, EUNA B. (2011-04-19)
    A municipality is regarded as a sphere of government that is closer to the people and can be used as a bridge to close the gap. However municipalities are still faced with the challenge of adhering to the legislative ...
  • Debeila, Mokiritle Billy (2012-10-08)
    The extent of public influence in the decisions that government and government agencies take is an issue of contentious discussion. There are varying views on the importance of public participation in decision-making in ...
  • Khanyile, Patricia Nonhlanhla (2011-05-06)
    Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are seen as a way of enabling the government to gain access to private expertise and funding in order to improve service delivery without the necessity of borrowing. The Folateng (the ...
  • Obaisa-Osula, Marilyn (2011-06-07)
    By the turn of the millennium, food insecurity became a major development challenge, especially in developing countries. This research sought to explore the potential of publicprivate partnerships (PPPs) as an intervention ...
  • Fourie, Johannes Jacobus (2013-10-14)
    ICT infrastructure is seen as one of the key drivers for economic growth. Unfortunately in South Africa many ICT infrastructure development projects fail for different reasons. Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are ...
  • Mazibuko, Hanson Mbuso (2011-11-10)
    PPPs have become increasingly used in the provision of goods and services historically considered the primary responsibility of the state because they are vital for human survival. These include goods and services such as ...
  • Ismail, Fernaaz (2012-01-19)
    Hospital performance reports are so new in the South African health care industry that there is no agreement on what aspects of care to measure and no standardised way of capturing, presenting or using the information. ...
  • Rein, Neil (2011-06-08)
    The research was undertaken to determine the critical success factors in the marketing of industrial projects by assessing the rating of these factors by project purchasers and project suppliers in South Africa. Potential ...

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