Student Dissertations

Year Student Supervisor Dissertation Title Category Abstract Files
2016 Leslie-Anne Chantelle Snyders Dr. Simphiwe Nojiyeza INVESTIGATING THE PERCEIVED ADVANTAGES OF ELECTRONIC BANKING SERVICES FOR FINANCIAL SERVICE DELIVERY IN SOUTH AFRICA Banking This research seeks to explore the perceived advantages of electronic banking products for financial service delivery in South Africa from a customer’s perspective. This study... View
2016 Nwangengele Martha Hlongwane Prof. Edmore Mutekwe INVESTIGATING THE IMPACT OF GENDER TRANSFORMATION INITIATIVES: AN EXPLORATORY CASE STUDY OF TRENDS IN WOMEN’S ADVANCEMENT IN THE WAKE OF EMPLOYMENT EQUITY POLICIES Gender Tranformation The aim of this study was to examine the impact of gender transformation initiatives in terms of trends in women’s advancement and promotion in the wake of Employment... View
2016 Zizile Fitzgeralda Mkhize Dr. Simphiwe Nojiyeza AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF IMPLEMENTED BEHAVIOURAL BASED SAFETY INTERVENTION: A CASE STUDY OF TRANSNET FREIGHT RAIL Health and Safety Refining safety culture in the organisation is necessary in order to reduce the number of injuries and fatalities. Safety, Health and Environmental issues continue to make... View
2016 Tshilidzi Magada Professor Krishna Govender THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG LEADERSHIP, ORGANISATION CULTURE, AND PERFORMANCE: A SOUTH AFRICAN PUBLIC SERVICE PERSPECTIVE Leadership The South African government, like many governments in developing countries, is subject to various pressures it tries to address transformation for better service delivery... View
2016 Nevashni Gounden Patrick Mupambwa The Impact of Social Computing/Social Networking on Employee Productivity in the Pharmaceutical Industry ICT-Social Networking The application of social computing technology has reached a higher notch to be relevant to more diverse areas, pharmaceutical industries not excluded. This paper aims... View
2016 VALENCIA MATLHODI KOLA Dr Sidney Shipham ENFORCEMENT OF COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS IN TERMS OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE IN SOUTH AFRICA BY THE PUBLIC SERVICE COORDINATING BARGAINING COUNCIL Public Service The research project investigated the enforcement of collective agreements in the public service in South Africa by the Public Service Co-ordinating Council (PSCBC)... View
2016 PROTUS SEDA OTIENO Professor Krishna Govender THE IMPACT OF SELF-SERVICE TECHNOLOGIES (SSTs) ON SERVICE QUALITY AT O.R. TAMBO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN SOUTH AFRICA Service Quality The highly competitive air transport environment exerts pressure on the need for improved efficiency, service quality and customer satisfaction at airports. Most airports... View