Now in its 9th edition, Financial Management is the leading text on the theory and application of corporate finance in southern Africa. Set against the backdrop of a globalising world economy and recent developments in financial markets, the text refers to real-world applications and financial decisions by South African companies.
Political disruptions, civil unrest, natural disasters and slowing economies in the developed and developing world have made the financial markets increasingly volatile, challenging multinational corporations in offshore locations and global business operations in general.
The Corporate Governance Handbook best practices is not intended to replace good corporate legislation but to supplement legislation such as the Companies Act. The Companies Act is statutory law whereas corporate governance best practices including govern
The Explanatory Dictionary of Politics (EDP) contains 2 620 key political terms and definitions. Die Verklarende Politieke Woordeboek (VPW) is gebaseer op die bekroonde tweetalige Nuwerwetse Politieke Woordeboek (NPW) van 2011, en bevat 2 620 politieke kernterme en -definisies.
Hierdie is die vyfde uitgawe van die boek wat vir die eerste keer in 1992 as 'n relatief bondige teks, spesifiek gemik op studente in die erfreg, verskyn het. Die boek het egter deur sy opeenvolgende uitgawes tot 'n meer algemene bron vir die Suid-Afrikaanse erfreg ontwikkel.
English for Law Students has been written by experts in communication and aims at encouraging dialogue and interaction between lecturer and student. The methodology used is not only useful to law students but also to those lecturers who do not have a legal background.
Corporate Finance: A South African perspective 2e takes a fresh principles-based approach to the study of financial management. It is aimed at second and third-year students following courses in financial management in BCom or BBusSc degree programmes.
Charts the development of economic analysis from the classical age of Plato and Aristotle, through the middle ages to the first flowering of economics as a distinct discipline - the age of Petty, Quesnay and Smith - to the era of economics and the marginalist revolution. This book offers coverage of the twentieth century.