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9780627025310

Education: FET

Education  -  FET
R 1500
Hierdie uitgawe van die titel bevat riglyne vir elke komponent van ekstensiewe wildboerdery. Dit is omvattend herstruktureer en bygewerk om die nuutste beskikbare inligting weer te gee. Daarby is daar etlike nuwe hoofstukke, onder andere oor bemarking, boogjag, groensafari's en nog meer. Die titel is reeds gevestig as die primere handleiding vir studente en wildboere. Daarbenewens is dit 'n uitstekende algemene inligtingsbron oor talle wildsoorte in Suid-Afrika.
Publication date: 2006-01-01
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9780627037955

Education: FET

Education  -  FET
R 765
In modern society, almost everything we do is intimately connected to information creation, retrieval, processing or management, and the internet is at the heart of this growing information society or knowledge economy. Technology has a real impact on people's rights, and laws have become increasingly significant, whether in the enforcement of copyright law regarding the downloading of MP3-formatted songs through file sharing technologies or in the application of the general principles of contract law to online contracts. Cyberlaw@SA IV: the law of the internet in South Africa is therefore directed at advancing the principles of digital jurisprudence. Comprehensively updated, the fourth edition of Cyberlaw@SA IV: the law of the internet in South Africa covers a wide range of topics and areas of discussion in the field of cyberlaw, from protection of domain names and personal information to identity theft and privacy. This edition provides in-depth discussions of e-taxation, protection of data, cybercrime laws, copyright law, consumer law and the processing of e-evidence and its value in civil and criminal proceedings. Contents include the following: ISP liability and take-down notice procedure IT risk management, cyber liability and dispute resolution Taxation of e-commerce Online privacy and data protection Cybercrime (procedural and substantive law) Information security and the law Internet defamation, pornography and hate speech Consumer protection Protection of personal information Social media law Cyberlaw@SA IV is a specialist legal text aimed at students, lawyers as well as other professionals such as auditors, accountants, law enforcement officers, forensic investigators, IT managers and company directors who deal with the use and implications of technology and the law.
Publication date: 2006-01-01
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9780627033421

Education: FET

Education  -  FET
R 695
Economics for South African students is a comprehensive introduction to economics in general, set against a contemporary South African background. The easy style and many practical examples make this publication extremely accessible. The book covers all the material usually prescribed for introductory courses, and it lays a solid foundation for intermediate and advanced studies in Economics. As in previous editions, the emphasis is on application of economic theory. A wealth of information about the South African economy.
Publication date: 2014-12-01
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9780627027123

Education: FET

Education  -  FET
R 695
Publication date: 2007-11-01
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9780627031366

Education: FET

Education  -  FET
R 690
Entrepreneurship - a South African perspective provides an overview of entrepreneurship and important related topics in the field of entrepreneurship. In addition it is a guide to becoming a successful entrepreneur. It describes and illustrates new venture creation within a South African context: the start-up process, the growth stages and the challenges in the maturity phase of the business. It provides exercises, activities and numerous case studies based on the latest research in South Africa. In this third edition of Entrepreneurship all the chapters have been updated, and some chapters, including those on corporate entrepreneurship, e-business and the resource requirements of legal and related aspects, have been substantially revised. To provide a more practical context, profiles of typical entrepreneurs are also included. Contents include the following: Seeing, locating, measuring and opening the window of opportunity; Developing the business plan; Determining the resources required; Fair trade, competition and consumer protection; The role of national government in developing and enabling the small business environment; Controlling and planning for growth; Key issues of business success or failure; E-commerce opportunities; Corporate entrepreneurship in South Africa. Entrepreneurship is aimed at undergraduate students at all higher education institutions in South Africa, as well as managers, management consultants and trainees, developers and presenters of in-house business courses.
Publication date: 2014-12-01
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9780627028168

Education: FET

Education  -  FET
R 685
There is a growing awareness in the global business environment of the importance of managing the supply side, also referred to as the input side, of business as a strategically important area. South African business managers are certainly also aware of the strategic significance of purchasing and supply management and the potential it holds for gaining a competitive advantage in an increasingly difficult and competitive business environment. This edition of Purchasing and supply management provides contemporary insights into this dynamic field of business management. Purchasing and supply management introduces new concepts and management tools to make purchasing and supply management more efficient in functioning within the broader concept of supply chain management. It covers not only basic principles, but also the activities incumbent on a purchasing and supply manager, as well as resources and areas of application. Furthermore, it addresses the relationships between purchasing and concepts such as logistics management and the more integrated system of supply chain management. This new edition has been comprehensively updated and includes case studies and multiple-choice questions which were not in the previous edition. It is therefore student friendly, but at the same time remains a valuable aid to the purchasing fraternity in South African business. Some of the more prominent topics that are included in this edition are the following: Purchasing and supply policies and strategies; purchasing price determination and cost analysis; evaluation and selection of suppliers; the management of quality; electronic commerce and electronic procurement applications; purchasing from small businesses. Purchasing and supply management is aimed at students in this field as well as practitioners in business.
Publication date: 2013-07-01
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9780627033377

Education: FET

Education  -  FET
R 680
With a down-to-earth and practical approach that is both refreshing and inspiring, this revised edition of The South African labour market contains an abundance of information about labour markets in general, as well as the South African labour market in particular. It successfully fills a serious void in comprehensive, objective literature on this topic. The labour market and labour policies are in constant flux, with the result that fairly substantial changes have been made to ensure that this revised edition is positioned squarely in the middle of labour debates currently raging in South Africa. A chapter is specially dedicated to collective bargaining and the impact of unions on the labour market. It also covers strike action in South Africa and looks at the controversy surrounding bargaining councils. Labour market flexibility has become an important public focal point with the ANC publishing some important position papers on the matter and notable international organisations also referring to it in the context of South Africa's labour markets. This is part of the broader debate on ways to increase productivity. Formal employment is said to have increased substantially since the advent of democracy. The book considers the evidence of this and comes to some disturbing conclusions about the sensitivity of employment to economic growth. The book deals extensively with the impact of globalisation on the labour market and how other countries have managed the challenges of globalisation. Other topics include affirmative action in South Africa compared to Malaysia, and whether consensus-seeking institutions such as Nedlac still have a role to play. The book is generally accessible, but without sacrificing the firm academic foundation required to understand the operation of labour markets. All in all, this book is a mine of information, set out in a user-friendly manner, so that even the uninitiated will be able to understand the issues at hand. The content provides the reader with more than sufficient material for intelligent participation in debates and decisions regarding the labour market. Contents include the following: Unique characteristics of the labour market; The impact of HIV and Aids; Employment in the formal and informal sectors; Wages and the cost of labour; Addressing the challenges of globalisation; Unemployment in South Africa; Human capital and the demand for skilled workers; Inequalities and discrimination.
Publication date: 2015-01-01
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9780627028229

Education: FET

Education  -  FET
R 670
Everyone has the right to education. The main objective of any education system in a democratic society is to provide quality education for all learners so that they will be able to reach their full potential and contribute meaningfully to and participate in that society throughout their lives. With the publication of the Education White Paper 6 in 2001, South Africa proclaimed its policy of inclusive education; however, this policy is not always clearly understood by educators. Addressing barriers to learning provides relevant and in-depth knowledge to better prepare educators to teach all the learners in their class groups. Addressing barriers to learning covers the complete continuum of learners as reflected in the Education White Paper 6, and includes the most vulnerable of them: those who are economically and educationally disadvantaged, those with physical, sensory, intellectual, and/or learning impairment as well as those displaying challenging behaviour who are at risk of exclusion. Case studies offer practical examples and activities that provide hands-on experience regarding classroom practice and management, collaboration with all role players and mobilisation of community involvement, which is at the heart of true inclusion. Addressing barriers to learning is aimed at both prospective and current educators.
Publication date: 2013-11-01
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9781869283698

Education: FET

Education  -  FET
R 665
E-Commerce - A Southern African Perspective approaches the theory and practice of e-commerce from a developing-world perspective. It covers theory, business models, case studies and practical issues such as the digital divide and the law governing e-commerce transactions. State of the art technology such as mobile commerce and its potential in the developing world are also included. The authors are experienced lecturers on e-commerce and are well qualified to trace developments in this fast-paced field of inquiry. This book is essential reading, for students and practitioners.
Publication date: 2004-01-30
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9780627039225

Education: FET

Education  -  FET
R 655
With the development of the integrative supply chain management approach, traditional thinking about concepts such as purchasing, materials management, distribution and logistics management has become outdated. Speculation on the reasons for dynamic growth of supply chain management in South African businesses ranges from the opening up of the domestic economy to the pressure of global competitors, and technology advancements. The astonishing success of progressive organisations such as SA Breweries (now part of the international group AB-InBev), Sasol, Iscor (now called ArcelorMittal SA), Sappi and a number of retail groups (e.g. Truworths) in the international marketplace, however, is in no small part a result of their early adoption of the supply chain philosophy (customer value creation, total cost of ownership, integration of processes and the reduction of cycle time) and they have contributed significantly to the unprecedented growth of supply chain management in South Africa. Supply chain management identifies the strategic impact and evolutionary direction of the field in a global market environment and emphasises the changes in processes and management thinking required to introduce supply chain management in South African organisations. It covers topics such as supply chain strategies, supply chain integration, performance improvement, customer service, quality and inventory management, total cost of ownership, green supply chain management, e-commerce and information technology, negotiations, transport and distribution management, the retail supply chain, global supply chain management and SCM in the public sector.
Publication date: 2022-02-01
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9780627027291

Education: FET

Education  -  FET
R 655
The development change agent contextualises the development change agent through his or her relationship with the local beneficiaries of development. The focus is on change agents as 'enablers' or 'facilitators' of development at the micro or grassroots level, and the key theme is the call for the establishment of a partnership in planning between change agents and the beneficiaries of development. In most chapters, the authors challenge conventional thinking on the particular issue under discussion. New options are generated for development change agents, the beneficiaries of development, policymakers and politicians to consider. Popular but contentious development concepts and approaches like holism, a people-centred approach, capacity building, empowerment and participation are explained and applied and approach relevant to social capital, indigenous knowledge systems and action research methodology are introduced. This title is relevant to a broad range of potential readers: students at universities (development studies, public and development management, anthropology, sociology, social work, forestry, community health), development practitioners, development consultants, those working for NGOs and CBOs, development corporations/agencies, and politicians and government officials.
Publication date: 2008-01-01
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9780627037108

Education: FET

Education  -  FET
R 650
Publication date: 2021-01-25
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9780627031250

Education: FET

Education  -  FET
R 650
Today it is clear to managers and entrepreneurs that the business environment can change at any given time. Strategic management is an important and ongoing process of formulating and implementing strategies that help an organisation to position itself optimally and so maintain a competitive advantage that results in profit. It creates harmony between any organisation, big or small, and its environment. All stakeholders are affected by strategic decisions. In the South African context, strategic management is crucial for all profit-seeking as well as non-profit-seeking organisations as a result of an ever-changing, turbulent and competitive environment. It is therefore important for students and practitioners of management at every level and in every organisation to understand the vital role of strategic management in the life of an organisation. The strategic management process: a South African perspective is a new South African handbook with a fresh and exciting perspective. Its four parts follow an understandable and practical approach, making use of numerous figures and 'strategy in action' cases to support the theory. The strategic management process: a South African perspective should prove invaluable both to students in strategic management and to organisations, from corporate and public companies with management training programmes, to small business ventures that are trying to gain a competitive advantage in a cut-throat environment.
Publication date: 2014-12-12
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9780627037467

Education: FET

Education  -  FET
R 635
The effective management of employment relations is not only integral to organisational success but also addresses the socioeconomic needs of all South Africans. Labour, employers and the government have a responsibility to balance, integrate and reconcile their partly common and partly divergent interests. South African employment relations therefore adopts a broader perspective to Employment Relations as a field of study and practice. Rather than focussing only on the traditional formal and collective dimensions of the field, all aspects of the employment relationship are incorporated. This 9th edition of South African employment relations continues to build on its long-standing success, spanning more than 30 years, by including current events in the South African employment relations and wider socioeconomic and political environments. It furthermore deals with the latest legislative developments and other contemporary issues. Case studies and short inserts entitled 'ER in practice' highlight the challenges posed by industry and the business community, with the goal of instilling confidence in daily business and employment relations activities in the real world. A new addition to the book is a sensitisation toward the African context in which South African organisations operate. The challenges experienced by employment relations practitioners in this unique environment are highlighted throughout the chapters and incorporated in the case studies. South African employment relations is aimed at both students and practitioners in this field.
Publication date: 2020-07-01
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Education: FET

Education  -  FET
R 635
Employment relations, traditionally known as industrial or labour relations, forms an integral part of the activities of labour, employers and the government in business, and centres on balancing, integrating and reconciling the partly common and partly divergent interests of these parties. South African employment relations has reached the milestone of having been available for nearly a quarter of a century and is the longest running book in this field in South Africa. This edition of South African employment relations refines the human resource interface with employment relations and the strategies required by management to make informed decisions in thie fluid situation within organisations. It also brings into sharper focus the direction the labour market is going with regards to collective bargaining, employment equity, affirmative action and fair workplace relations. It deals with the latest legislative developments, union activities and other contemporary issues. Case studies and a comprehensive glossary are included, and an instructor's guide with extra questions in various formats is available. South African employment relations is aimed at both students and practitioners in this field.
Publication date: 2011-12-11

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