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Privatisation : a survey of literature.
The Government of National Unity (GNU) came into power in 1994 and was immediately confronted with severe problems. In particular, the government was faced with the problems of high rate of unemployment, low economic ...
A cost-effectiveness analysis of the clinical curative measure as an alternative to tuberculosis management in the Pietermaritzburg-Msunduzi council area.
This research examines the treatment of Tuberculosis in South Africa, focussing particularly on the Pietermaritzburg-Msunduzi Council Area in the Natal province. Two alternative measures of TB control are examined, the ...
The changing nature of female labour supply and its effect on the South African labour market.
No abstract available.
Tourism as an instrument of local development with particular reference to Port St. Johns in terms of the Wild Coast Spatial Development Initiative (WCSDI).
Despite the fact that the Wild Coast area is well endowed with natural resources, the area is severely underdeveloped and experiencing high levels of unemployment. It is against this background that the South African ...
Government expenditure growth in South Africa, 1960-1993.
This study is about government expenditure in South Africa for the 1960 - 1993 period. It seeks to investigate (i) the sources of growth of government expenditure, (ii) the relative contribution of the major functional ...
Local content protection in the motor vehicle industry in South Africa, 1960-1990.
No abstract available.
An analysis of alternate consumption hypotheses in South Africa.
The first half of this research is an attempt to provide a solid theoretical foundation of the various theories of the consumption function and the empirical evidence. Both the theoretical foundation and the empirical ...
Relevance of the Todaro model in explaining Black migration to and within the Durban Functional Region.
Until recently it was fashionable to describe Durban as one of the fastest growing cities in the world. For those who held this view, the proliferation of informal settlements in and around the city pointed to massive ...
The Natal Land and Colonisation Company in colonial Natal, 1860 - 1890.
The Natal Land and Colonisation Company was incorporated in 1860 in London. Its capital was partly subscribed by City financiers, the rest being made up of land obtained from Natal land speculators in exchange for fully-paid-up ...