The eighteenth edition of Accounting Standards is intended for Financial Accounting second- or third-year students or students requiring an intro duction to accounting standards. It introduces students to the principles of the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
Financial Accounting: an introduction offers CA stream students a strong conceptual framework in preparation for further studies in Accounting, while teaching non-CA stream students financial literacy, a skill that will benefit them in both their personal and professional lives.
This edition of Community Development: Breaking the cycle of poverty is strengthened by the inclusion of extensive support material. More practical case studies, specifically relevant to the South African environment, have been added and questions on the case studies are included in the book.
Clinical Gynaecology covers the full spectrum of gynaecological information (basic science, general gynaecology, endocrinology and reproductive medicine, contraception, urogynaecology, and is applicable internationally as well as within southern Africa.
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.
A practical rather than purely theoretical guide to enviromental impact assessments that follows international best practice techniques and universal principles. The title on this topic written specifically for the South African context and applicable to all developing countries.
What is White Paper 6 about? How can I follow the curriculum when my learners have such different needs? Can I prepare lessons in such a way that all learners can work toward the same theme and topic, but at different levels? What about assessment and reporting?
Highly controversial when it was first published in 1981, Alasdair MacIntyre's After Virtue has since established itself as a landmark work in contemporary moral philosophy. In this book, MacIntyre sought to address a crisis in moral language that he traced back to a European Enlightenment that had made the formulation of moral principles increasingly difficult. In the search for a way out of this impasse, MacIntyre returns to an earlier strand of ethical thinking, that of Aristotle, who emphasi
In teaching research methodology to a wide range of students at both graduate and undergraduate levels, we have always been fortunate to have a variety of textbooks on research at our disposal. Through the years we have quite successfully used many of these books.