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  1. Entrepreneurial orientation and product innovation of private health insurers in South Africa.
    Streak, Milton Alfred, 2013-02-21T07:23:03Z
    This research study analyses a conceptual model investigating the relationship between the level of health insurer product innovation and entrepreneurial orientation (EO); the relationship between the level of health insurer product innovation and external collaboration between health insurers and h ...
  2. Understanding sexuality following a voluntary termination of pregnancy.
    Boffard, Catriona, 2013-02-21T07:52:28Z
    Although much research has been conducted on termination of pregnancy, there is a paucity of information regarding women’s sexuality after such a procedure, and in particular, how a woman understands her sexuality following a termination of pregnancy or what influences such an understanding. This re ...
  3. Venture capital and initial public offerings: the prospects and impediments in African markets
    Nage, Lerato, 2013-02-21T08:09:01Z
    The aim of this study is to present venture creation as an alternative form of alleviating poverty and contributing positively to the economic growth of every African government. This study draws to the attention of policy-makers, the importance of venture creation in emerging ec ...
  4. Investigating defensive organisations and psychic retreats in anorexia.
    Kadish, Yael Adira, 2013-02-21T08:55:09Z
    This psychoanalytically informed research project combines three theoretical trajectories together with illustrative clinical material to present an exploration of anorexia through a particular conceptual lens. The three theoretical areas are synthesised in an original way through the ideas and argu ...
  5. The role of telecentres in promoting socio-economic development in Rwanda.
    Buhigiro, Seth, 2013-02-21T09:42:19Z
    Telecentres are an important tool for promoting socio-economic development in areas with very low levels of e-access. They have the potential to offer benefits to rural communities in education, health, agriculture and business. The purpose of this study was to explore the strengths and weaknesse ...
  6. Stock market development in Africa: is there a need for a cross-regional collaborative stock exchange?
    Letlape, Bontle Virginia, 2013-02-21T11:44:51Z
    This paper explores the relationship between stock market development and economic growth in Africa. It provides a theoretical basis for establishing the channel through which stock market affect economic growth and this is empirically examined by using regression analysis to test if indeed there ...
  7. Money will come from abroad : formation of remittance expectations and its implications for perpetuation of family migration.
    Antobam, Samuel Kojo, 2013-02-22T05:35:42Z
    In any act of household migration, there are movers (the migrant) and stayers (those left behind), and both of these two groups have expectations. The movers expect to make some benefits at the destination while the stayers expect the migrant to send or do something at home of origin. Some work, ...
  8. Predicting intention to participate in mobile crowdsourcing initiatives : a study of local Kenyan communities
    Gatara, Maradona, 2013-02-22T08:51:55Z
    Crowdsourcing is the outsourcing of a job or task to a large group of individuals. Crowdsourcing has emerged from the concepts of Outsourcing, Open Source Software (OSS) Collaboration, Open Innovation, and User Innovation. While Crowdsourcing has provided an innovative way in which work can be outso ...
  9. Intentions to participate in virtual health communities : an empirical study of South African health consumers
    Hayne, Janine Antoinette, 2013-02-22T09:28:33Z
    Much of the literature surrounding virtual health communities highlights the factors critical to their success such as availability to medical resources, efficiency of being able to access medical practitioners and the ability to access a supporting network of patients with similar medical condition ...
  10. Preferential procurement and emerging enterprises
    Hlakudi, Nkwananchi John, 2013-02-25T08:30:13Z
    The policies of the previous dispensation created racial disparities in South Africa and resulted in a need for transformation of public procurement systems to enable historically disadvantaged individuals (HDIs) to access government procurement opportunities. The Preferential Procurement Policy (PP ...