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Exploring Africa’s democratic transitions and economic development policy: South African and Nigerian experiences
This paper contends that the new “Africa Rising Narrative” will net lead to the majority of African citizens attaining prosperity under the current democratic transition. this paper argues that Africa lacks appropriate ...
Building Capacity and Developing Human capital
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2012)
There is a growing consensus on the potential for information and communications technologies (ICTs) to support socio-economic development in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Universities as providers of higher education are ...
The South African salt story: where are we and where are we heading?
Background and objectives: The mortality and morbidity burden caused by hypertension are preventable and therefore, efforts need to be taken to address this burden. Excess dietary sodium ...
Comparison of the modelled maximum wireless link distance for TVWS and Wi-Fi within South African regulatory constraints: which technology wins and in which scenarios?
The work compares Wi-Fi and television white space (TVWS) technologies for practical broadband communication links, specifically in rural areas. The paper starts with an overview of advantages and limitations of Wi-Fi and ...
Competitive intelligence: construct exploration, validation and equivalence
Purpose Little empirical research has been conducted on competitive intelligence (CI). This paper aims to contribute to the quantitative strand of the CI literature by exploring and validating the theoretical constructs ...
Export market selection methods and the identification of realistic export opportunities for South Africa using a decision support model
Market selection methods, of which a vast number exist, are a critical tool in firms’ and government’s policy, planning and budgeting processes. To this end, the primary aim of this paper is to determine the international ...