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  1. The impact of remittances on financial sector development: An exploration in the SADC region
    Denoon-Stevens, Catherine A, 2018-11-06T14:03:36Z, University of Cape Town
    Remittances received from migrants abroad have become one of the largest sources of external finance for developing countries. It has been argued that a particular impact of this influential flow is the stimulation of financial sector development. However, current research has been mainly based at a ...
  2. Enhancing procurement of security services: a comparative case study of Mangaung and Kimberly Correctional Centres
    Cenge, Ntandokazi Nikiwe, 2018-11-06T14:03:35Z, University of Cape Town
    This aim of this research is to explore two methods for procuring security services in South Africa. This research is a comparative case study between two correctional centers, which are the Mangaung Correctional Centre and the Kimberly Correctional Centre. The Mangaung Correctional Centre has been ...
  3. Exploring the influence of demographic factors on mothers’ nutritional knowledge through the use of Food Based Dietary Guidelines
    Majija, Yolisa Christina, 2018-11-06T09:10:32Z
    Text in English with abstracts in English, isiXhosa and isiZulu ...
  4. A cross sectional analysis of SME failure within the industrial sector: focus on IDC funded investments
    Amparbeng, Kofi, 2018-11-06T14:03:34Z, University of Cape Town
    Small and Medium Enterprises play an important economic role in many countries. In South Africa, for example, a significant proportion of the formal business entities are SMEs; and they contribute between 52 and 57% to GDP, and provide about 61% to employment. However, despite their significance in ...
  5. Sensemaking and sensegiving apabilities and resilience: a study of a manufacturing MSME in Kenya
    Kirigi, Linda, 2018-11-06T14:03:33Z, University of Cape Town
    MSMEs play a very crucial role in the economies of developing countries. They contribute towards GDP; reduce the unemployment levels and bridging the huge gap that divides the rich and the poor. They however face numerous risks such as commercial risks, financial risks, operational risks and regulat ...
  6. The effects of the liberalisation of capital controls with respect to the inflow of foreign direct investment in the mining industry in South Africa
    Maitho, Edwin, 2018-11-06T14:03:32Z, University of Cape Town
    South Africa has in the recent past endeavoured to attract foreign direct investment through the liberalisation of capital controls. The question that has been raised is whether, in the wake of the recent global financial crisis and the corresponding response of economists that now more than ever th ...
  7. Venture capital and entrepreneurial development in Gauteng
    Hamnca, Ephraim Monde, 2018-11-06T14:03:28Z, University of Cape Town
    Venture capital as a source of finance and non-financial services has gained popularity among start-up and existing businesses worldwide in recent years. Venture capital has been synonymous with high technology start-ups in the United States and of late has emerged as a recognizable source of financ ...
  8. Financial inclusion: A look at the institutional and credit organisational enablers in the South African market
    Gitonga, Loise, 2018-11-06T14:03:25Z, University of Cape Town
    To serve the underserved markets successfully companies have to re-evaluate their strategies and approach towards the poor; this is also true for financial institutions and governments seeking to address financial exclusion or looking to fully bank the under banked in their economies. This study exa ...
  9. The 21st century academic library: the case of three state universities in Zimbabwe
    Mabweazara, Rangarirai Moira, 2018-11-06T09:31:48Z, The University of the Western Cape
    Magister Library and Information Studies - MLIS ...
  10. Communication and its impact on enterprise financial sustainability
    Kapepula, Annie, 2018-11-06T14:03:29Z, University of Cape Town
    This study investigates the impact of value communication on financial sustainability of not for profits set up as small to medium scale enterprises. The major objective is to determine whether there is a significant impact on the financial sustainability if not for profits create a more aggressive ...