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Success factors for business rescue in South Africa.
In 2011 a new Companies Act, No. 71 of 2008 (RSA, 2008), was implemented in South Africa. A feature of this Act was the introduction of business rescue legislation. Although this legislation was implemented in May 2011, ...
Explaining the cross-section of share returns in South Africa using macroeconomic factor models.
Understanding asset prices is critical for the decision-making of many; from professional and individual investors, who seek to earn the highest possible return from their investments, to governments and corporates evaluating ...
Informal economic activities in Ghana: a case study of slums in Kumasi and Accra.
(University of Kwazulu-Natal., 2016-12)
Slums are urban households, which lack permanently durable housing, adequate living space, access to clean water, suitable sanitation and land tenure security. Globally, slums house a third of the world’s population. These ...