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  1. To assess the diversification performance of emerging market equity portfolios
    Mokoena, Trevor Thabang, 2013-09-06T14:41:53Z
    Portfolio diversification in respect of emerging equity markets is of major interest to academia and professionals alike. Central to this portfolio diversification interest is the choice between the different emerging markets as well as the respective weights of the constituents of the portfolio. In ...
  2. To assess the diversification performance of emerging market equity portfolios
    No author, 2013-09-06T14:41:53Z
    Dissertation (MBA)--University of Pretoria, 2010. ...
  3. To assess the phenomenal growth and reasons real or perceived of the New Covenant Ministries International 1983 to 2001.
    Manley, Gavin Neill., 2012-09-12T09:46:32Z
    South Africa is in a state of flux-everything is changing from the steady collapse of the Rand over the last few years, to major changes in society. In just on ten years the country has changed from a minority White based government to one elected by the nation as a whole. This has rapidly become a ...
  4. To be Khwe means to suffer : local dynamics, imbalances and contestations in the Caprivi Game Park
    Rousset, Karine., 2003, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography: leaves 91-[101]. ...
  5. To be Khwe means to suffer : local dynamics, imbalances and contestations in the Caprivi Game Park
    Rousset, Karine, 2014-07-29T20:22:15Z, University of Cape Town
    Bibliography: leaves 91-[101]. ...
  6. To be or not to be factors that influence entrepreneurial intention : a Botswana study
    St Quintin, Paul, MBA, 2011-10-04, University of Pretoria
    This study explores whether final year university students possess entrepreneurial intention and which factors determine such a career choice. A quantitative study of 228 fourth year undergraduate students from the University of Botswana was undertaken to investigate the relationship between entrepr ...
  7. To be or not to be – factors that influence entrepreneurial intention : a Botswana study
    St Quintin, Paul, 2013-09-07T04:50:33Z
    This study explores whether final year university students possess entrepreneurial intention and which factors determine such a career choice. A quantitative study of 228 fourth year undergraduate students from the University of Botswana was undertaken to investigate the relationship between entrepr ...
  8. To be or not to be – factors that influence entrepreneurial intention : a Botswana study
    No author, 2013-09-07T04:50:33Z
    Dissertation (MBA)--University of Pretoria, 2011. ...
  9. To be successful should the project manager be a leader or a manager
    Botha, Willem Johannes, 2012-02-21T10:37:45Z, Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University
    Thesis (MBA) -- Stellenbosch University, 2007. ...
  10. How to best serve the rural and small town middle class market in South Africa
    Khumalo, Funeka Nomasundu, MBA, 2011-05-23, University of Pretoria
    This is an exploratory study with a purpose to gain an understanding of the middle class that is not situated in the cities in South Africa, whether this middle is served adequately in their areas. A population of middle class consumer who reside in the rural and small towns of South Africa and thos ...