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The knowledge of, and the attitude towards, taxation of South Africans
In conversation, people often base their arguments on the assumption that the knowledge that one has about a subject influences one’s attitude about that subject. From this they deduce that education would alter the attitude ...
The impact of e-marketing on business performance: A case study of the Midlands Meander Association members
The study was undertaken to establish to what extent the use of e-marketing has impacted on the Midlands Meander Association (MMA) members relationship with their customers and influenced their business performance (during ...
Impact of mergers on lower level employees : a case study of the Durban University of Technology
The study arose as a result of a merger between the former Technikon Natal and former M.L. Sultan Technikon, culminating in the formation of a new institution in 2002, called the Durban Institute of Technology (now known ...
International learning : the role of transnational corporations in the development of small businesses' international competitiveness in South Africa
The South African small business sector, particularly the manufacturing industries, such as textile, clothing, and automotive industries, are not considered internationally competitive. This shortcoming is seen in the ...