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  • The Impact of Globalization on the Health Sector in South Africa
    The Impact of Globalization on the Health Sector in South Africa After the Apartheid era, massive inequalities in income, health status, access to health care and other social services continued to dominate in South Africa. The Apartheid era was a system of racial segregation that was...
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  • Further Education and Training Challenges in South Africa
    UNIVERSITY OF KWAZULU-NATAL INVESTIGATING THE CHALLENGES OF SERVICE DELIVERY FOR FET COLLEGES IN RURAL SETTINGS IN KWAZULU-NATAL By Gaye Evans Leadership Centre Faculty of Management Studies Supervisor: Mr Shamim Bodhanya July 2009 Contents 1. Research Objective 3 2. Literat
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  • Economics Challenges of South Africa
    Challenges: energy supply (South Africa) Capacity constraint that has arisen precisely because of the country's strong economic performance in recent years is the largest immediate menace to South Africa's continued economic growth. This growth, coupled with the rapid industrialisation and mass ele
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  • Country Profile on South Africa
    Country Profile on South Africa The Republic of South Africa is a country located at the southern tip of the African continent. It borders the countries of Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and Swaziland. Lesotho is an enclave entirely surrounded by South African territory. South Africa has
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  • Affirmative Action Policy in South Africa
    Historical Context of affirmative action in South Africa Historically, in societies all over the globe, various groups of people, usually minorities (classified according to traits like gender, cast, ethnicity, and religion) are discriminated against, resulting in lack of access to resources, educa
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  • South Africa Country Report
    Introduction The Republic of South Africa, more commonly known as South Africa, has experienced a history unlike any other African nation. Its strategic location on the southern most tip of Africa between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans helped it experience early European settlement. South Africa
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  • South Africa Budget Review 2008
    Surname: Jackson First Names: Matthew William Student Number: Subject: Economics Assignment Number: One Tutors’ Name Mr. MC Seedat Date Submitted: 2008.03.14 Submission: First Postal Address: PO Box 704 Shelly Beach 4265 E-mail: matthew.
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  • Does South Africa Have the Capacity to Host the 2010 World Cup Soccer
    What follows is a subjective view on South Africa’s ability, in terms of capacity, to host the 2010 World Cup. Key factors such as South Africa’s capacity to finance investment and infrastructure are evaluated in order to provide support to the fact that South Africa has the capacity to host the
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  • A Study of the Factors That Will Increase the Number of Chinese Tourist Visits to South Africa, with a Particular Reference to the Chinese Tourism Industry in Shanghai.
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  • South Africa Truth and Reconciliation Commission
    After many years of violence, discrimination, and white supremacy, South Africa was finally determined to change its political system from an apartheid government into a democracy. In 1948, with the National Party in power, the apartheid legislation was established. It was not an easy road for those
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  • Trade Unions
    Introduction Over the years a number of theorists have attempted to explain union action and behaviour. The trade unions were formed during the period of rise and growth in capitalism. Capitalism is characterised by exploitation of workers, low wages inequality, this ideology is seen as benefi
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  • Analysing the Correlation Between Educator-Turnover and the Promotion of Efficient Management in Public Schools in Soweto, South Africa
    The correlation between educator-turnover and the promotion of efficient management in public schools in Soweto, South Africa Dr Louise van Scheers School of Business Management, University of South Africa, Po Box 329, Unisa 0003 E-mail: dr.louisevsc@gmail.com Key words Promotion of effic
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  • The Impact of Forces Driving Global Change on the Global Economy and South Africa by 2014
    Name: Ongama Mtimka Student Number: 206516430 Programme Name: Masters in South African Politics and Political Economy Module Title and Code: Risk and Scenario Studies SLP 420 Title of Assignment: What are the most important forces driving global change. How will these forces shape the political
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  • South Africa
    Market Challenges U.S. firms entering this market must contend with a typically mature and competitive market with well-established, mainly European competition. A trade agreement with the European Union enables many European products to enter South Africa duty-free and at lower rates than U.S
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  • Challenges Facing Fashion Industry in Ghana
    CHAPTER ONE BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY The environment in which the fashion industry operates the world over has become turbulent, unpredictable and therefore, difficult to exert managerial control. Cultures around the world are constantly influencing each other; hence, the world’s cultures are cha
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility in South Africa and Ghana: a Comparison of Successes, Failures and Futures in a “Developed” and an “Undeveloped” African Country
    Corporate Social Responsibility in South Africa and Ghana: a comparison of successes, failures and futures in a “developed” and an “undeveloped” African country Few industries affect the social, economic and environmental sectors to the extent that the mining industry does. As minerals de
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  • South Africa Business Challenge
    1. Introduction This report contains with several information of business challenge that may affect the successful operation by joining joint venture in South Africa. As the CEO of company, knowing the business opportunities and risk of expanding in other country is crucial information. Both opp
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  • Skills Development Strategies in South Africa
    MAPPP SETA ADVERTISING SKILLS NEEDS ANALYSIS RESEARCH REPORT SUBMITTED BY KELELLO CONSULTING cc NOVEMBER 2005 TABLE OF CONTENTS List of Figures ......................................................................................................................... 5 List of Acronyms ..........
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  • Risk Biotech in South Africa
    CHAPTER 5: RISK ON CONDUCTING BIOTECH BUSINESS IN SOUTH AFRICA 5.1The economic, environmental and socio-political context for biotechnology in South Africa 3.1 Institutional arrangements.............................................................................20 3.2 Human resources co
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