Summary Reports & Press Releases

Completed Research Summary Reports

Project 2014/02: Informal and SMME Retailers in South Africa

Project 2014/03: Retail’s Contribution and Strategies for Job Creation and Retention

Project 2014/04: E-Business Developments and Skills Requirements in the Retail Sector

Project 2014/05: Expansion of SA retailer’s activities into Africa

Project 2014/06: Strategic alignment of the South African Wholesale & Retail Business Sector with the National Development Plan: Vision 2030

Project 2014/07: Interventions to achieve employment equity objectives in the Wholesale & Retail Sector

Project 2014/08: A Model for Assessment centres for the W&R SETA as AQP for QCTO National Occupational qualifications

Project 2014/09: The nature of existing and emerging cooperatives in the Wholesale and Retail Sector

Project 2015/12: Transformation: Evaluation of the role of W&RSETA in the last 10 years and the way forward

Project 2015/13: E-Retail in South Africa and the impact on skills development in SA retail sector

Project 2015/14: Financing for SMME start-ups, and expansion for established SMME’s, in the Retail Sector

Project 2015/15: A model for workplace experience, research and the operations of a retail store on CPUT campus in Cape Town

Project 2016/16: Towards Effective Work-Integrated Learning [WIL] in Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises [SMMEs] in the Retail Industry

Project 2015/17: Brand orientation of South African retailers and its impact on business success

Project 2014/18: The unique role of the Survivalist Retail Entrepreneur in Job Creation and Poverty Reduction

Project 2016/19: Socio-economic Developmental Strategies as Retail Performance Indicators: A Balanced Scorecard Approach

Project 2016/21: Cooperative relationships: a channel for sustainable women owned informal retail businesses in Khayelitsha

Project 2016/22: Evaluation of the shortage of retail management skills and employment equity strategies with regard to attracting women for permanent careers, especially in rural areas

Project 2016/23: An e-learning strategy for the W&RSETA: A framework for collaboration and implementation within the South African retail sector

 

 

Completed Research Press Releases

Project 2014/02: Informal and SMME Retailers in South Africa 

Project 2014/03: Retail Contribution and Strategies for Job Creation and Retention

Project 2014/04: E-Business Developments and Skills Requirements in the Retail Sector

Project 2014/05: Expansion of SA retailer’s activities into Africa

Project 2014/06: Strategic alignment of the South African Wholesale & Retail Business Sector with the National Development Plan: Vision 2030

Project 201/07: Interventions to achieve Employment Equity objectives in the Wholesale & Retail Sector

Project 2014/08: A Model for Assessment centres for the W&R SETA as AQP for QCTO National Occupational qualifications

Project 2014/09: The nature of existing and emerging cooperatives in the Wholesale and Retail Sector

Project 2015/12: Transformation: Evaluation of the role of W&RSETA in the last 10 years and the way forward

Project 2015/13: E-Retail in South Africa and the impact on skills development in SA retail sector

Project 2015/14: Financing for SMME start-ups, and expansion for established SMME’s, in the Retail Sector

Project 2015/15: A model for workplace experience, research and the operations of a retail store on CPUT campus in Cape Town

Project 2016/16: Towards Effective Work-Integrated Learning [WIL] in Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises [SMMEs] in the Retail Industry, A Summary

Project 2015/17: Brand orientation of South African retailers and its impact on business success

Project 2015/18: The unique role of the Survivalist Retail Entrepreneur in Job Creation and Poverty Reduction

Project 2016/19: Socio-economic Developmental Strategies as Retail Performance Indicators: A Balanced Scorecard Approach

Project 2016/21: Cooperative relationships: a channel for sustainable women owned informal retail businesses in Khayelitsha

Project 2016/22: Evaluation of the shortage of retail management skills and employment equity strategies with regard to attracting women for permanent careers, especially in rural areas

Project 2016/23: An e-learning strategy for the W&RSETA: A framework for collaboration and implementation within the South African retail sector