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Research outputs: LEGISLATION
In this policy brief, the author outlines the major challenges that arise in the current state-owned entities (SOE)landscape. Against these ...Download this report
2018 Skills development legislation as a lever of change to reduce poverty, inequality and unemployment
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More than two decades into a post-apartheid dispensation, South African society is still very fragmented, with division being fuelled by pov...
2016 The impact of environmental management plans on firms' compliance with governmental regulations and environmental laws
Many developed and developing countries have enacted environmental laws and regulations to control water quality and the environment. Howeve...