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  • Education and SMME Business Growth: A Gender Perspective from South Africa 

    Brijlal, Pradeep; Naicker, Visvanathan; Peters, Ricardo (The Clute Institute, 2013)
    Entrepreneurship is becoming an increasingly important source of employment for women in many countries. Policymakers and other stakeholders typically fail to differentiate between the needs of different SMME sectors when ...
  • Entrepreneurial knowledge and aspirations of dentistry students in South Africa 

    Brijlal, Pradeep; Brijlal, Priscilla (IP Publishing Ltd, 2013)
    An investigation of the intentions and knowledge of entrepreneurship of final-year university dentistry students is reported, with particular regard to the factors of gender and race. A questionnaire survey was used ...
  • Gender implications of decentralised land reform: The case of Zimbabwe 

    Manjengwa, Jeanette; Mazhawidza, Phides (PLAAS, University of the Western Cape, 2009-12)
    A bolder policy approach and more vigorous implementation are needed to support women’s empowerment, transfer of land rights to women, and to ensure their productive utilisation of land. The land reform programme focussed ...
  • Reshaping women’s land rights on communal rangeland 

    Kleinbooi, Karin (National Inquiry Services Centre (NISC) (Pty) Ltd, 2013)
    This paper aims to contribute to the debates on communal rangelands and analyses the gendered dimension of land rights and land access in the rural areas of Namaqualand. The actual gender relations within rural communities ...