• Entrepreneurial intentions and behaviours of South African university students 

      Viviers, Suzette; Solomon, Goosain; Venter, Chanel (AOSIS Publishing, 2013-12-31)
      The entrepreneurial intentions and behaviours of South African university students are important factors to consider when developing entrepreneurship offerings at local universities. This article reports on pertinent ...
    • Executive remuneration in South Africa : key issues highlighted by shareholder activists 

      Viviers, Suzette (SUNMeDIA, 2015-12)
      The growing wage gap in South Africa has far-reaching socioeconomic consequences. This study investigated the nature of executive remuneration issues raised by shareholder activists in the country. An analysis of 24 510 ...
    • Individual shareholder activism in South Africa : the case of Theo Botha 

      Viviers, Suzette (AOSIS Publishing, 2016)
      Shareholder activists play a key role in monitoring managerial behaviour. This study was undertaken given the paucity of research on the shareholder activism as practised by individual shareholders. Accordingly, the motives, ...
    • Investigating director development in South Africa 

      Mans-Kemp, Nadia; Viviers, Suzette; Staal, Blanche-Mari; Van Schalkwyk, Jurie (AOSIS, 2018)
      Orientation: To effectively fulfil their multiple roles, the four King Reports suggest several development mechanisms for newly appointed and seasoned directors. Research purpose: This study investigated the most prominent ...
    • Mechanisms to promote board gender diversity in South Africa 

      Viviers, Suzette; Mans-Kemp, Nadia; Fawcett, Rebecca (AOSIS, 2017-09-15)
      Research purpose: Board gender diversity is gaining increasing attention globally and in South Africa. Although more women are serving on the boards of companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), they only ...
    • South African university students' intentions to establish social enterprises 

      Viviers, Suzette; Venter, Chanel; Solomon, Goosain (AOSIS Publishing, 2012-12-31)
      ENGLISH SUMMARY : Stimulating social entrepreneurship in South Africa has the potential to address not only the high youth unemployment rate in the country, but also other pressing social and environmental challenges. This ...