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Research outputs: BLACK BUSINESS
Is there merit in maintaining that since democracy South African black professionals change jobs more frequently than other professionals? J...
2001 The business of blackness: the Foundation of African Business and Consumer Services, democracy, and donor funding
This paper examines the Foundation for African Business and Consumer Services (FABCOS) which , as a preceding discussion suggests, is a blac...