Day: May 28, 2014


MBA research explores finance challenges facing SMMEs

MANCOSA’s Master of Business Administration graduate, Mrs Terés Goslett’s research dissertation titled: The Role of the Banking Sector in Respect of Challenges Facing SMMEs (Small Medium and Micro Enterprises) in the Western Cape sheds light on how SMMEs may overcome the challenges they face when seeking finance through banking institutions. Mrs Goslett, a Cape Town…


Research addresses stress in Durban’s tourism sector

A Management College of Southern Africa (MANCOSA) Master of Business Administration (MBA) graduate’s research on the impact of stress on employees within the tourism sector in the Durban Metropolitan area found that having to contend with irate customers was the main driver of high stress levels among this workforce. Ms Happy-Girl Ndlovu conducted research titled:…


MBA graduate researches the SME sector in Polokwane

The Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) sector within the Polokwane Municipality and the challenges that stifled its growth and development were explored by Ms Ana Muchandigona, a 2014 MBA graduate of the Management College of Southern Africa (MANCOSA). The research titled: Exploring Factors that Affect Growth Development of Small and Medium Enterprises in Polokwane Local…

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