(pp.183-198) K. V. Mofuoa ‘On liberal individualism, communitarianism and Ubuntu society in South Africa’, IJSR, Vol. 2, No. 2, 2012

26th November 2012

Khali Victor Mofuoa, Vodacom Group Limited, South Africa Purpose: This paper aims to discuss the conflict between the philosophical traditions of liberal individualism and communitarianism as reflected in the Democratic Alliance’s liberal and the African National Congress’s socialist ideologies, and to shed some light on their implications for Ubuntu society in South Africa. Design/methodology/approach: Using [more details]

(pp.221-231) L. V. Scheers ‘Challenges of small family groceries shops in South Africa’, WJEMSD, Vol. 6, No. 3, 2010

1st December 2010

Louise van Scheers, University of South Africa, South Africa Abstract: It is estimated that the failure rate of small, medium and micro enterprises (SMEs) is between 70% and 80%. Millions of Rands are being lost on business ventures because of essentially avoidable mistakes and problems. It is maintained that often the ideas are good and [more details]