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Barac K, and Mdzikwa JT. 2016. Disclosure of independence-enhancing attributes within the audit committee/internal audit activity relationship. In Southern African Journal of Accountability and Auditing Research, 18, pp 105-117.
Barac K, and Williams GS. 2016. Audit committees’ communication on internal audit to boards of directors. In Southern African Journal of Accountability and Auditing Research, 18, pp 17-34.
Green SC. 2016. Risks associated with corporate social media communication - Time for internal auditing to step-up. In Southern African Journal of Accountability and Auditing Research, 18, pp 73-91.
Janse van Rensburg JO, and Coetzee P. 2016. Internal audit public sector capability: a case study. In Journal of public a airs, 16(2), pp 181-191.
Kirstein M, and Kunz CC. 2016. A Whole Brain® learning approach to an undergraduate auditing initiative - an exploratory study. In Meditari:Accountancy Research, 24(4), pp 527-544.
Lubisi SS, and Bezuidenhout HC. 2016. Blowing the whistle for personal gain in the Republic of South Africa: An option for consideration in the  ght against fraud? In Southern African Journal of Accountability and Auditing Research, 18, pp 49-62.
Nieman GH, and Fouche K. 2016. Developing a regulatory framework for the  nancial, management performance and social reporting systems for co-operatives in developing countries: a case study of South Africa. In Acta Commercii, 16(1), pp 1-7.
Wessels HM, and Wilkinson N. 2016. Assessing organisational governance maturity: a retail industry case study. In Risk Governance and Control: Financial Markets and Institutions, 6(2), pp 63-76.
Agigi AFA, Niemann W, and Kotze TG. 2016. Supply chain design approaches for supply chain resilience: A qualitative study of South African fast-moving consumer goods grocery manufacturers. In Journal of Transport and Supply Chain Management, 10(1), pp 1-15.
Bignotti A, and le Roux I. 2016. Unravelling the conundrum of entrepreneurial intentions, entrepreneurship education, and entrepreneurial characteristics. In Acta Commercii, 16(1), pp 1-10.
Botha M, and Bignotti A. 2016. Internships enhancing entrepreneurial intent and self-e cacy: investigating tertiary-level entrepreneurship education programmes. In Southern African Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, 8(1), pp 1-15.
Botha M, and Ras R. 2016. Entrepreneurship education: enhancing or discouraging graduate start-up at the University of Pretoria. In Africa education review, 13(2), pp 96-114.
du Toit ASA. 2016. Using environmental scanning to collect strategic information: A South African survey. In International Journal of Information Management, 36(1), pp 16-24.
EresiaEke CE, de Villiers SI, and Pinto J. 2016. Study streams and student entrepreneurial intention. In Acta Universitatis Danubius. OEconomica, 12(5), pp 251-265.
EresiaEke CE, and Makore S. 2016. Responsiveness to knowledge and organisational performance of listed-companies in the construction sector. In Journal of economics and behavioral studies, 8(5), pp 82-90.
EresiaEke CE. 2016. Owner-manager experience and loan default propensity of SMMEs. In WSEAS Transactions on Business and Economics, 13, pp 573-583.
Iwu C, Ezeuduji I, EresiaEke CE, and Tengeh R. 2016. The entrepreneurial intention of university students: the case of a university of technology in South Africa. In Acta Universitatis Danubius. OEconomica, 12(1), pp 164-181.
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