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Institutional and learning impact on student entrepreneurial inclination at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN). (2015)This study investigated the institutional environment and learning impact on student entrepreneurial intention at the University of KwaZulu Natal; one of the notable universities in South Africa ranking in the top 3% of ...
The linkage between individual interpersonal relationship and work performance in the South African retail sector. (2015)A partial or non-recognition of the effect of interpersonal relationships may hinder the success of retail business diffusion and growth, especially among the South African retailers taking advantage of the retail ...
Corridor Development as a Strategy to achieve a compact urban form : the case study of the Edendale Northdale corridor in Msunduzi Pietermaritzburg. (2018)Technological advancement, the development of the automobile and the accelerated rate of urbanisation has transformed cities dramatically throughout the world. Whilst these radical changes contributed to worldwide growth ...
Investigating the implications of the transition from ‘Agrarian Village’ to ‘Edge Town’ : a case study of the upper highway area in Durban, South Africa. (2017)The decentralisation of cities and metropolitan areas to the periphery, and the progressive transitioning of rural areas to urban areas, is a world-wide post-modern phenomenon. Characterised by commercial, retail and ...