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2014-10-22 Black economic empowerment: looking at ROE, ROA, P/E and gearing of companies listed on JSE from Impumelelo edition (2000.2001): comparative financial analysis.
2014-10-22 The contribution of international competitiveness to the economic development of South Africa.
2014-10-22 Privatisation in transition economies: lessons and experience from Tanzania.
2014-10-22 The impact of the SA-EU FTA and the Cotonou Agreement on the economy of Namibia with particular emphasis on the fisheries and meat sectors.
2014-10-22 Gender equity in mathematics education: the Namibian situation.
2014-10-22 The potential for FDI: Malaysia and South Africa: a comparative study.
2014-10-22 The viability of the airline industry in Africa.
2014-10-22 South Africa a sustainable future: performance indicators for government and business.
2014-10-22 Residential segregation in post-apartheid Vredenburg: the role of racial preference.
2014-10-22 A genre analysis of South African female celebrities in isiXhosa texts.


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