PAPERS

2018

Bergh, L. & Stott, L. 2018. Multimodal paths metaphors in visual art composition.  AELCO 2018 (11th International Conference of the Spanish Cognitive Linguistics Association), Cordoba, Spain.  17- 19 October 2018

Crous, C. 2018. Adjusting HEI reporting regulations to international integrated reporting frameworks and best practices. SAAIR Conference, 14 – 16 August 2018, Stellenbosch, South Africa.

Du Preez, J.L. & Van Zyl, H. 2018. A risk management plan for the South African doping control laboratory. Manfred Donike Workshop, The 36th Cologne Workshop on Dope Analysis, Köln, Germany, 22 – 27 April 2018.

Kotzé, M. 2018. The psychological pattern and types of the Puella Aeterna woman in western societies. Intern Conference on Multidisciplinary Research, 22 – 23 June 2018, Pamplemousses, Mauritius.

Lombard, E. & Bergh, L. 2018. The tattoo as identity marker in the twent-first century South Africa. 2018 HASA Conference, University of the Free State, Thaba Nchu, 20 – 22 June 2018.

Massyn, L. 2018. Engaging doctoral students to stay on track:  A part-time doctoral student’s perspective.  13th Quality in Postgraduate Research Conference, Adelaide, Australia. 17-19 April 2018.

Massyn, L. 2018. Design elements of a formal undergraduate qualification:  Developing quality graduates.  26th CEEMAN Annual Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, 19 – 21 September 2018.

2017

Bergh, L. & Stott, T. 2017. Eye-tracking studies concerning print media in South Africa.  5th Annual Book History Seminar, 3 October 2017.

Du Plessis, P. & Massyn, L. 2017.  A systems approach to work engagement:  Igniting work engagement beyond the individuaL  International Business Conference, 24-27 September 2017.

Jensen, J. & Massyn, L. 2017. Employee engagement:  The magic bullet for all corporate ills.  SAIMS Annual Conference, 10-12 September 2017.

Kotzé, M. & Nel, P. 2017. The influence of personal resources on work engagement.  Conference DOP Annual Conference, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 4-6 January 2017.

Lombard, E. & Bergh, L. 2017.  Being true to yourself. SACOMM 2017. 31 August - 1 September 2017.

Massyn, L. & Fourie, M. 2017. Pastoral care as part of the supervisory relationship: Key contributor or playing with fire? Postgraduate Supervision Conference 2017, 28-31 March 2017.

Massyn, L. & Graham, C. 2017. Adopting the interaction equivalency theorem to the doctoral learning environment.  Postgraduate Supervision Conference 2017, 28-31 March 2017.

2016

Bergh, L. 2016. Multimodal translation is amelioration: The voice of good news. The International Association of Business Communication (ABC) Conference (Theme: "Figuratively Speaking"), hosted by the University of Cape Town, 6-8 January 2016.

Bergh, L. 2016. Last bastions of socially acceptable stigma?. South African Communication Association (SACOMM) conference (Theme: “Communication from within and below: Social Transformation and Inclusiveness”), 3-5 October 2016.

Bergh, L. 2016. The complexity of ambiquity: Of people and ordinary people, royalty and scarred heroes, South African Communication Association (SACOMM) conference, 3-5 October 2016.

Bergh, L. 2016. "Being present": Afrikaans prepositional met-Constructions. 5th Southern African Microlinguistics Workshop (SAMWOP-5), Bloemfontein, South Africa, 23-26 November 2016.

Carney, T.R. & Bergh, L. 2016. Ordinary meaning as everyday rituaL LSSA/SAALA/SAALT Joint Annual Conference, Cape Town, 4-7 July 2016.

Hinson, R.E. 2016. Investigating market orientation and positioning in Ghana's hotel sector. MBALI International Conference 2016, 6-8 July 2016.

Hinson, R.E., Kakra, T.K., Avornyo, F. & Van Zyl, H. 2016. Export marketing strategy as a firm-level determinant of export performance of Ghanaian small and medium enterprises. 6th Aalborg University Conference, 1 - 3rd June 2016.

Hinson, R.E. & Van Zyl, H. 2016. Exploring CSR-Based employer attractiveness. 11th Annual London Business Research Conference, 25-26 July 2016.

Kotze, M. & Kruger, Y. 2016. The role and competencies of data scientists in the grain industry. 3rd International Conference on Social Sciences, 19-20 September 2016.

Mofolo, T. & Bergh, L. 2016. Lean Construction: An analysis of its viability and potential impact on the South African Economy. 4th Business Management Conference, Durban, 24-26 August 2016.

Massyn, L. 2016. Exploring student support mechanisms from a student perspective: What are REALLY assisting them to complete?. Quality in Postgraduate Research, 20-22 April 2016.

Massyn, L. 2016. Professional degrees: Strategies to increase completion times. Quality in Postgraduate Research, 20-22 April 2016.

Nel, P. & Kotze, M. 2016. Factorial invariance of the Mindfulness Attention and Awareness Scale (MAAS) in a group of Business School applicants. 2016 Annual SIOPSA Conference, Johannesburg, 19-20 July 2016.

2015

Adendorff, W.T. 2015. The business of a memorial - a case study. World Congress of the International Public Relations Association (IPRA), Johannesburg, South African, 27-29 September 2015.

Bergh, L. 2015. Scars that speak. Paper presented at the National Conference of the Southern African Folklore Society (SAFOS): "I am because we are - Heritage, Identity and Social Cohesion" hosted by the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein campus, South Africa, 7-9 October 2015.

Bergh, L. & Cawood, S. 2015. The Grammar of Everyday RituaL Paper presented at the 2015 Joint Annual Conference of the Southern African Applied Linguistics Association (SAALA), Linguistics Society of Southern Africa (LSSA), and South African Association of Language Teachers (SAALT), hosted by the North-West University on the Potchefstroom campus, South Africa, 23-26 June 2015.

Bergh, L., Naudé, L. & Jordaan, J. 2015. Brand authorship, trust and stability. Poster presentation at the World Congress and 60th celebration of the International Public Relations Association (IPRA), Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa, 27-29 September 2015.

Hinson, R.E., Ibrahim, M., Adam, D.R. & Van Zyl. H. 2015. Exploring the customer orientation practices of an indigenous Ghanaian insurance firm: A case of Starlife Assurance Company. 2nd Customer Service Management Africa Awards and Conference, The Harold Pupkewtiz Graduate School of Business, September 14th -15th 2015, Namibia University of Science and Technology.

Kotze, M. & Nel, P. 2015. Individual differences as antecedents of authentic leadership. 2nd Annual International Conference of Social Sciences, 27-30 July 2015. Athens, Greece.

Miller-Naudé, C., Naudé, J.A. & Bergh, L. 2015. An eye-tracking analysis of students' ability to read Biblical Hebrew. Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Hebrew (SBL) 22-25 Nov 2015.

2014

Beelders, T. R. & Berg, L. 2014. Age as differentiators in online advertisement gaze patterns. Empowered by Technology. SAICSIT 2014 Conference. Leriba Lodge, Centurion, Gauteng. 28 September - 01 October 2014.

Bergh, L. & Lombard, E. 2014. The Grammar of Tattoos. Joint LSSA/SAALA/SAALT Annual Conference 2014. 24-27 June 2014.

Bergh, L., Lombard, E. & Van Zyl, J.H. 2014. In search of self and stability: Tattoos in the age of social media. Communicating histories, engaging the present, charting futures. SACOMM+40. 30 Sept - 3 Oct 2014.

Boshoff, E., Nel, P. & Kotze, M. 2014. The development and initial validation of the work conviction questionnaire (WCQ) The factor structure). ICAP (International Conference of applied psychology), 08 July - 15 July 2014.

Hinson, R.E., Renner, A., Buame S.C.K. & Van Zyl, H. 2014. Bank customers' preferences and response to CSR initiatives in Ghana. Global Conference on Managing In Recovering Markets, Australia Business School Adelaide, November 8th - 9th, 2014, University of South Australia.

Ibrahim, M. & Hinson, R.E. 2014. An Examination of Multicultural Corporations' Corporate Social Responsibility in Developing Countries - A case of Ghana. Global Conference on "Managing In Recovering Markets", Australia Business School Adelaide, November 8th - 9th, 2014, University of South Australia.

2013

Bergh, L. & Lombard, E. 2013. Tattooing among SA students: Skin-deep designs? Justdesignit Symposium (JDI 2013). University of the Free State, Bloemfontein main campus. 25-26 July 2013.

Berg L., Lombard, E. & Van Zyl, J.H. 2013. Tattooing among SA students: Commercialization of innovation? The 7th International Business Conference Seychellrs, Sychelles, 02 September 2013.

Kotzé, M. & Kleynhans, R. 2013. Psychological Well-Being and Resilience as Predictors of First-Year Student's Academic Performance, Jeornal of Psychology in Africa 2013, 23 (1), 51 - 60.

Massyn, L. & Sanchez, J. 2013. The St Edwards-Free State Connection: International Collaboration through Blackboard. World History Conference, Austin, Texas, 09 March 2013.

Strydom, D.B., Willemse, B.J. & Van Zy,l H. 2013. Proposed procurement marketing framework for patatoes processing companies. IFMA 19Transforming agriculture - between policy, science and the consumer, Warsaw, Poland, 21-Jul-2013 - 26-Jul-2013.

2012

Bergh, L. 2012. Article title: Book Review Language, Thought and Reference George Powell, Palgrave Studies in Pragmatics, Language and Cognition, 2010, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, ix + 217 pp., ISBN 978-0-333-99010-0 Hardback, 978-0-333-98584-7 Paperback, Full bibliographic details: Journal of Pragmatics 44 (2012), pp. 128-130.

Lombard, E. & Bergh, L. 2012. Tattooing among SA students: Skin-deep communicative signs of a minority group? Title of Conference: The 2012 Joint Annual Conference of Southern African Applied Linguistics Association (SAALA), Linguistics Society of Southern Africa (LSSA) and South African Association of Language Teachers (SAALT), Bloemfontein, 29 July 2012.

Kotzé, M. & Kleynhans, R. 2012. Psychological Resource Capacities (Hope, Optimism and Resilience) as Predictor of Burnout in First Year Students at a higher education institution. 19th International Conference on Learning, London. 14-16 August 2012.

Niemann, R. & Kotzé, M. 2012. Researching Resilience as Psychological Resource Capacity as Possible Predictor of Students' Academic Experience at a South African University. European Conference on Research Methodology, Bolton (UK) 27-29 June 2012.

CHAPTER/S IN BOOKS

2018

Kotze, M. & Nel, P. 2018. The work-related psychological well-being of a mineworker.  Mining and Community in South Africa:  From Small Town to Iron (Eds. L Marais, P. Burger and D. van Rooyen) Routledge.

2017

Miller-Naude, L., Naudé, J.A., Beelders, T. & Bergh, L. 2017. Visual grammar: An eye-tracking perspective on cognitive complexity in Biblical Hebrew pronunciation.  Le-ma'an Ziony:  Essays in Honor of Ziony Zevit.  Cascade Books.

2016

Bergh, L. 2016.  Tattooing as Memorial Pragmemes - Springer.

Plaatjies, D., Chitiga-Mabugu, M., Hongoro, C., Meyiwa, T., Nkondo, M. & Nyamnjoh, F. 2016. South Africa 2016: Who is in charge? HSRC Press. Cape Town, South African.

2015

Miller-Naudé, C., Beelders, T.R., Bergh, L. & Naudé, J.A. 2015. Visual grammar: An eye-tracking perspective on cognitive complexity in Biblical Hebrew pronunciation. Wipf and Stock.


CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS


2019

Bergh, L. 2019. Inside-Outside bodily spatiality and asymmetry. Health, healthcare and urban spaces: perspectives from the law and medical humanities. 20 – 21 August 2019. Bloemfontein, South Africa.

Bergh, L. 2019. Question memorial pragmemes in the news media. Inside I Outside (SACOMM 2019). 28 – 30 August 2019. Cape Town, South Africa.

Bergh, L. & Stott, T. 2019. Moments, art creation, trust and documentation: an eye-tracking perspective. Africa’s position in the 4IR. 1 – 4 October 2019. Magaliesburg, South Africa.

Crous, C. 2019. Adjusting HEI reporting regulations to International Integrated Reporting frameworks and best practices. SAAIR Conference, 14 – 16 August 2019, Stellenbosch, South Africa

Crous, C. 2019. Integrated Reporting and Risk Disclosures in South African Public Higher Education Institutions. Business Systems Laboratory - 6th International Symposium - Borders without Borders. 21 – 23 January 2019, Pavia, Italy.

Massyn, L. & Bisschoff, Z. 2019. Employability in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution: A theoretical perspective. International Business Conference. 22 – 26 September 2019. Hermanus, South Africa.

Massyn, L. & Letele, M. 2019. Perceptions of stakeholders on the effectiveness of unionisation on enhancing employee satisfaction in the textile and garment industry in Lesotho. International Business Conference. 22 – 26 September 2019. Hermanus, South Africa.

Massyn, L. & Ruwanika, E. 2019. Leadership competencies for responsible management in disruptive times. 31th SAIMS Annual Conference. 9 – 11 September 2019, Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

2018

Massyn, L. & Letele, M. 2018. Applicability of the classical and contemporary theories of employee satisfaction in today’s work environment. 30th SAIMS Annual Conference, 16 – 19 September 2018, Stellenbosch, South Africa.

Massyn, L. & Tau, M. 2018. Employment engagement: what are the influence of biographical attributes? 30th SAIMS Annual Conference, 16 – 19 September 2018, Stellenbosch, South Africa.

2017

Du Plessis, P.J. & Massyn, L. 2017.  A systems approach to work engagement:  Igniting work engagement beyond the individuaL  International Business Conference, 24-27 September 2017.

Jensen, J. & Massyn, L. 2017.  Employee engagement:  The magic bullet for all corporate ILLS.  The 29th SAIMS Annual Conference. 10-13 September.

2015

Adendorff, W.T. & Van Zyl, J.H. 2015. A repositioning model of the National Women's Memorial and the Anglo-Boer War Museum. Applied Business School Research, pp 19 -32.


PUBLICATIONS

 

2021

Mogaji, E., Hinson, R. E., Nwoba, A. C., & Nguyen, N.P. 2021. Corporate social responsibility for women's empowerment: a study on Nigerian banks. International Journal of Bank Marketing. January 2021.

Oppong, E., Hinson, R.E., Adeola, O., Muritala, O., & Kosiba, J.P. 2021. The effect of mobile health service quality on user satisfaction and continual usage. Total Quality Management & Business Excellence, pp. 177 - 198.

2020

Blankson, C., Owusu-Frimpong, N., Hinson, R., & Nwankwo, S. 2020. Positioning strategies of foreign and indigenous firms in an African culture milieu. Journal of Business Research, pp. 627 – 638.

Crous, C.
, Owen, J.R., Marais, L., Khanyile, S. & Kemp, D. 2020. Public disclosure of mine closures in Listed South African mining Companies. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, pp. 1 – 8.

Hendriks, C.J., & Reddy, T. 2020. Leadership styles and strategy implementation in the national Department of Trade and Industry. Journal for New Generation Sciences, pp. 16 - 30. 

Hinson, R.E., Osabutey, E., Kosiba, J.P. & Asiedu, F.O. 2020. Internationalisation and branding strategy - a case of the English Premier League’s success in an emerging market. Qualitative Marketing Research: An international journal. Vol. ahead of print, No. ahead of print.

Kosiba, J.P., Acheampong A., Adeola, O. & Hinson, R.E. 2020. The moderating role of demographic variables on customer expectations in airport retail patronage intentions of travelers. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, pp. 2 - 8. January 2020.

Kosiba, J.P., Boateng, H., Okoe, A.F., & Hinson, R.E. 2020. Trust and customer engagement in the banking sector in Ghana. The Service Industries Journal, pp. 960 – 973.

Kotzé, M. 2020. Components of burnout as mediators of the influence of work-home conflict on organisational commitment and satisfaction with life. Management Dynamics. Volume 29 No 1, pp. 17 – 29. 

Kotzé, M & Nel, P. 2020. The influence of job resources on platinum mineworkers’ work engagement and organisational commitment: An explorative study. Extractive Industries and Society – an International Journal. Issue 7 - January pp. 146 – 152.

Mahmoud, A.M., Hinson, R.E. & Dickson, M.D. 2020. Market orientation and customer satisfaction: the role of service quality and innovation. International Journal Business and Emerging Markets, Vol. 11, pp. 144 – 167.

Masinde, M. & Roux, P.A. 2020. Transforming South Africa’s Universities of Technology: A roadmap through 4IR lenses. Journal of Construction Project management and Innovation, pp. 30 – 50.

Xiao, W., Opatha, C.N., Tetteh, S., Narh, T.J. & Hinson, R.E. 2020. Value co-creation effects on transaction cost, relational capital, and loyalty of hair salon customers: Results and implications of a Ghanaian study. Journal of Psychology in Africa, pp. 217 – 224. 4 July 2020.

2019

Abdul-Hamid, I.K., Shaikh, A.A., Boateng, H. & Hinson, R.E. 2019. Customers’ perceived risk and trust in using mobile money services – an empirical study of Ghana. International Journal of E-Business Research, Vol. 15 – Issue 1.

Amankwah-Amoah, J. & Hinson, R.E. 2019. Contextual influences on new technology ventures: A study of domestic firms in Ghana. Technological Forcasting & Social Change, Vol. 143, pp. 289 – 296.

Amankwah-Amoah, J., Hinson, R.E., Honyenuga, B. & Lu, Y. 2019. Accounting for the transitions after entrepreneurial business failure: An emerging market perspective. Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Vol. 50, pp. 148 – 158.

Blankson, C., Pramod, I., Owusu-Frimpong, N., Nkwankwo, S. & Hinson, R.E. 2019. Positioning strategies of foreign and indigenous firms in an African cultural milieu. Journal of Business Research, available online https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2019.03.00.

Graham, C. & Massyn, L. 2019. Interaction equivalency theorem; towards interaction support of non-traditional doctoral students. International Journal of Doctoral Studies, Volume 14, pp.187 – 216.

Hinson, R.E., Kosiba, J.P.B., Boateng, H., Odoom, R. & Gyampo, R.E. 2019. Dialogic features of brand South Africa’s website and tourists’ intentions to visit. European Business Review, Vol. 31, pp. 569 – 584.

Hinson, R.E., Lensink, R. & Mueller, A. 2019. Transforming agribusiness in developing countries: SDGs and the role of FinTech. Science Direct, vol. 41, pp. 1 – 9.

Kotzé, M. & Massyn, L. 2019a. The influence of employees’ cross-cultural psychological capital on workplace psychological well-being. SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, Volume 45.

Kotzé, M. & Massyn, L. 2019b. Predictors of academic performance in an adult education degree at a Business School in South Africa. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, Volume 56, Number 5.

Kotzé, M. & Nel, P. 2019. Job and personal resources as mediators in the relationship between iron-ore mineworkers’ job demands and work engagement. SA Journal of Human Resource Management, Volume 17, Issue 1, pp. 1 – 9.

Odoom, R., Agbemabiese, G.C. & Hinson, R.E. 2019. Service recovery satisfaction in offline and online experiences. Marketing Intelligence & Planning, Vol. 62, pp. 1220-1222.

Tuokuu, F.X.D., Kpinpuo, S.D. & Hinson, R.E. 2019. Sustainable development in Ghana’s gold mines: Clarifying the stakeholder’s perspective. Journal of Sustainable Mining, Vol. 18, pp. 77 – 84.

2018

Anning-Dorson, T., Hinson, R.E. & Amidu, M. 2018.  Managing market innovation for competitive advantage:  how external dynamics hold sway for financial services.  International Journal of Financial Services Management, Vol 9 Issue 1 pp.70-87. https://www.inderscienceonline.com/doi/abs/10.1504/IJFSM.2018.089932

Anning-Dorson, T., Hinson, R.E., Amidu, M. & Boadi Nyamekye, M. 2018. Enhancing service firm performance through customer involvement capability and innovativeness. Management Research Review, Volume 41, Issue 11, 2018.

Boateng, H., Okoe, A.F. & Hinson, R.E. 2018. Dark tourism: Exploring tourist’s experience at the Cape Coast Castle, Ghana.  Tourism Management Perspectives, VoL 27, July 2018, pp. 104-110, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tmp.2018.05.004

Burdorf, T. & Van Vuuren, G.W. 2018. An evaluation and comparison of value at risk and expected shortfalL Investment Management and Financial Innovations, Volume 15, Issue 4, 2018.

Hinson, R.E., Agbleze, S. & Kuada, J. 2018. Corporate social responsibility and employer attractiveness: Perspective of prospective job seekers in Ghana. African Journal of Business Ethics, Volume 12, Issue 2, November 2018.

Kosiba, J.P., Boateng, H., Okoe, F.A., Boakye, R. & Hinson, R.E. 2018. Examining customer engagement and brand loyalty in retail banking: The trustworthiness influence. International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management, 2018.

Kosiba, J.P., Boateng, H., Okoe, A.F. & Hinson, R.E. 2018. Trust and customer engagement in the banking sector in Ghana. The Service Industries Journal.

Kotzé, M. 2018a. The influence of psychological capital, self-leadership and mindfulness on work engagement. South African Journal of Psychology (ISI). http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0081246317705812

Kotze, M. 2018b. How job resources and personal resources influence work engagement and burnout.  African Journal of Economic and Management Studies, VoL 9 Issue: 2, pp.148-164, https://doi.org/10.1108/AJEMS-05-2017-0096

Kotzé, M. & Massyn, L. 2018. Predictors of academic performance in an adult education degree at a Business School in South Africa.
https://doi.org/10.1080/14703297.2018.1463862

Mahmoud, M.A., Hinson, R.E. and Anim, P.A. 2018. Service innovation and customer satisfaction: the role of customer value creation, European Journal of Innovation Management, VoL 21 Issue: 3, pp.402-422, https://doi.org/10.1108/EJIM-09-2017-0117

Massyn, L. 2018. Enhancing completion rates of mini-dissertations for a professional master's degree: An integrated approach. The International Journal of Management Education 16: 114–120.

Naudé, L., Jordaan, J. & Bergh, L. 2018. My body is my journal and my tattoos are my story: South African Psychology Students’ Reflection on Tattoo Practices. Current Psychology, Volume 38, pp. 177 – 186.

Nyarku, K. M. & Hinson, R.E. 2018.  Corporate social responsibility reporting of banks operating in Ghana.  African Journal of Business Ethics.  VoL 11 Issue 2 pp. 19-36.  http://dx.doi.org/10.15249/11-2-146

Patel, K., Mohamed, A. & Van Vuuren, G.W. 2018.  A regression and comparative study of United States and South African yield curves using principal component analysis, South African Journal of Economics and Management Sciences 21 (1), a1626.  https://doi.org/10.4102/sajems.v21/1.1626

2017

Bergh, L., Jordaan, J., Lombard, E., Naudé, L. & Van Zyl, J. 2017. Social media, permanence and tatooed students:  the case for personal, personal branding.  Critical Arts.

Hinson, R.E., Abdul-Hamid, I.K. & Osabutey, E.L.C. 2017. Investigating market orientation and positioning in star-rated hotels in Ghana. International Journal Contemporary Hospitality,  Volume 29, Number 10 pp. 2629-2446.

Kotzé, M. & Nel, P. 2017.  Personal factor effects on authentic leadership.  Journal of Psychology in Africa. Volume 27, Issue 1, pp. 47-53.

Nel, P. & Kotze, M. 2017.  The influence of psychological resources on mineworkers' levels of burnout in a remote and isolated mining towns in South Africa.  The Extractive Industries and Society, pp 885-892.

Van Vuuren, G and Rambo, J. 2017. An omega ration analysis of global hedge fund returns.  Journal of Applied Business Research (JABR).  Volume 33, Number 3, pp 565-585.

2016

Carney, T.R. & Bergh, L. 2016. Using prototype theory to determine the ordinary meaning of words. Journal for Contemporary Roman-Dutch Law / Tydskrif vir Hedendaagse Romeins-Hollandse Reg (THRHR), VoL August edition.

Hinson, R.E., Renner, A. & Van Zyl, H. 2016. Bank customers' preferences and responses to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives in Ghana, Volume 10, No 1, pp. 1-18, Sept 2016.
Hinson, R.E. and Nimako, S.G. and Van Zyl, H. and Chinje, N. and Asiamah, E. 2016. Extending the four-stage brand loyalty framework in African Telecoms. Volume 11, Issue 2 and 3, pp. 53-82.

Kotze, M, 2016. Self-leadership as an antecedent of authentic leadership: An empirical study among Public Sector employees, African Journal of Public Affairs, Volume 9, No 2, pp. 87-101.

Kotzé, M. & Kruger, Y. 2016.  Decision support for farmers in Africa:  Analysis of the roles and competencies of data scientists in the grain industry.  Africa Insight.  VoL 46, Issue 3, pp. 131-152.

Kotze, M. & Nel, P. 2016. The psychometric properties of the Mindful Attention Scale (MAAS) and Freiburg Mindfulness Inventory (FMI) as measures of mindfulness and their relationship with burnout and work engagement, Volume 42, No 1, pp 1-11, Oct 2016.

Plaatjies, D. 2016. The principal-agent model in public service education, training and professional development. International Journal of Current Research, VoL 8, Issue 01, pp. 25848-25858, January 2016.

2015

Hendriks, C.J. & Botha, G. 2015. Accounting information for performance management in the public sector – African Journal of Public Affairs, Volume 8 number 4, December 2015, pp 102 – 118.

Kotze, M. & Nel, P. 2015. The influence of trait-emotional intelligence on authentic leadership. South African Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol 13, No 1 (2015) 9 pp. Doi: 10.4102/sajhrm.v13i1.716.

Kuada, J. & Hinson, E. 2015. Outsourcing in Ghana: An integrated perspective. African Journal of Business and Economic Research, 10 (2 and 3), 47-86.

Madichie, N.O. & Hinson, E. 2015. Food for thought? A tale of two African women businesses. African Journal of Business and Economic Research, 10 (2 and 3), 165-188.

2014

Berg, L. & Beelders, T. R. 2014. An eye-tracking report of reference points, congnitive affordance and multimodal metaphors' in Multimodal Epistemologies: Towards on Intergrated Framework. Rogledge. Pp. 13 - 25.

Boateng, R., Hinson, R.E., Galadima, R. & Olumide, L. 2014. Preliminary insights into the influence of mobile phones in micro-trading activities of market women in Nigeria. Information Development, 30(1), pp. 32-50.

Boshoff, E., & Kotzé, M. & Nel, P. 2014. The development and initials validation of the work convictions questionnaire (WCQ) to measure approaches to ethical decision making in the workplace: Part 2. African Journal of Business Ethics, VoL 8 No 2, November 2014, pp. 15-30.

Boshoff, E., Nel, P. & Kotze, M. 2014. The development and initial validation of the work convictions questionnaire (WCQ) (Three factor structure) ICAP (International Conference of applied psychology) 8 - 15 July 2014.

Carney, T. E. & Bergh, L. 2014. 'n Taalkundiege perspektief op woordeboekgebruik in die hof: die woodeboek as toevlugsoord. Liet Akademies: Regte. Jaargang 11(2) pp. 23 - 64.

Carney, T.R. & Bergh, L. 2014. ''n Linguistiese perspektief op woordeboek gebruik in die hof: Die woordeboek as toevlugsoord'. Litnet Akademies: Regsjoernaal.

Kotze M, Steyn IJ, 2013. The role of psychological factors in workplace safety. Ergonomics, 56 (12), November: pp. 1928 - 1939.

Hinson, R.E., Van Zyl, H. & Agbleze, S. 2014. An interrogation of the dialogic potential of insurance firm websites in Ghana. Information Development, 30(1), 59-69.

Madichie, N.O. & Hinson, R.E. 2014. A critical analysis of the "dialogic communications" potential of sub-Saharan African Police Services websites. Public Relations Review. 40(2), 338-350.

Massyn, L. & Wilkinson, A. 2014. Adapting to the contemporary learning environment: From instructional design to learning design. Progression, Vol 36(1) pp. 93 - 107.

Strydom, D. B., Van Zyl, H. & Willemse, B.J. 2014. Characteristics of potato contract producers in South African potato processing industry. Agrekon: Agricultural Economics Research, Policy and Practice in Southern Africa, 53:2 pp. 65 - 82.

2013

Bergh, L., Lombard, E. & Van Zyl, J. 2013. Tattooing as personal branding: Commercialisation of creativity and innovation? In Proceedings of the 7th International Business Conference. Seychelles, 2-4 September 2013, pp.17-35.

Coetzee, J. 2013. Perceptions of bonus incentive schemes at a major South African private bank, Acta Academica, 45(2):199-22.

Coetzee, J., Van Zyl, H. & Tait, M. 2013. Perceptions of service quality by clients and contact-personnel in the South African retail banking sector, Southern African Business Review, 17 (1):1-22.

Kotzé, M. & Kleynhans, R. 2013. Psychological resource capacities (hope, optimism and resilience) as predictors of burnout in first-year students in higher education, International Journal of Learning in Higher Education, 19 (2):31-50.

Kotze, M. & Kleynhans, R. 2013. Psychological Well-Being and Resilience as Predictors of First-Year Students’ Academic Performance, Journal of Psychology in Africa 2013, 23(1), 51–60

Kotzé, M. & Niemann, R. 2013. Psychological resource capacities (hope, optimism and resilience) as predictors of the academic performance of first-year students in higher education, Acta Academica, 45 (2):

Massyn, L. & Sanchez, J. 2013. "The St Edwards-Free State Connection: International Collaboration through Blackboard" World History Conference, 9 March 2013.

2012

Coetzee, J., Van Zyl, H. & Tait, M. 2012. Selection criteria in the South African retail banking sector. African Journal of Business Management VoL 6 (41), pp. 10558 - 10567, 17 October, 2012.

De Klerk, J.J. 2012. Improvement interventions: To what extent are they manifestations of social defences? SA Journal of Industrial Psychology/SA Tydskryf vir Bedryfsielkunde, 38(2),Art. #999, 10 pages.

Kotze, M. & Griessel, L. 2012. A Post-Jungian perspective on the Psychological development of Afrikaner cultural identity. Koers-Bulletin for Christian Scholarship. Vol 77 (2), pp. 10 pages.


Kotze, M. & Lamb, S. 2012. The influence of personality traits and resilience on burnout among customer service representative in a call centre. Journal of Social Sciences. Vol 31 (3), pp. 295-309.

Mahmoud, M.A. & Hinson, R.E. 2012. Market orientation in a developing economy public institution: Revisiting the Kohli and Jaworski's framework. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 25(2), 88-102.

Mahmoud, M.A. & Hinson, R.E. 2012. Market orientation, innovation and corporate social responsibility practices in Ghana's telecommunication sector. Social Responsibility Journal, 8(3), 327 - 346.

Nel, J.J., Boshoff, C. & Raleting, T. 2012. Exploiting the technology cluster effect to enhance the adoption of WIG mobile banking among low-income earners. Management Dynamics.

Strydom, D.B., Terblanche, L., Van Zyl, H. & Willemse, B.J. 2012. Reduction of transaction cost within the processing industry. African Journal of Agricultural Research. VoL 7 (47), pp. 6265-6273.

Strydom, D.B.,  Willemse, B.J. & Van Zyl, H. 2012. Factors effecting longer term farm contracts in the frozen fries processing industry. African Journal of Agricultural Research. VoL 7 (37), pp. 5181 - 5190, 25 September, 2012.

PhD's

2020

Badarai, E. 2020. A model of transformational leadership and organisational performance in state-owned enterprises in Zimbabwe.
Promotor: Prof M Kotzé
Co-promotor: Prof P Nel

Mutandwa, T. 2020. Strategy and implementation in local authorities in Mashonaland West, Zimbabwe.
Promotor: Dr CJ Hendriks

Nkholise, W. 2020. Commercialisation of merino sheep farming by emerging farmers in Lesotho.
Promotor: Dr DB Strydom
Co-promotor: Dr JW Swanepoel

2019

Banda, Z. 2019. Corporate governance structures: The performance of Zambian listed companies.
Promotor:  Dr L Alsemgeest
Co-promotor:  Dr C Crous

Bisschoff, Z. 2019. A soft skills competency framework for the enhancement of intern employability within Eskom.
Promotor:  Dr L Massyn

Gasela, MM. 2019.  The alignment between corporate and business level strategies in South African public entities.
Promotor:  Dr W Vermeulen

2018

Letele, M.J. 2018. An employee satisfaction management framework for the textile and garment industry in Lesotho.
Promotor:  Dr L Massyn

2017

Reddy, T. 2017.  Leadership styles and strategy implementation in the Department of Trade and Industry (dti).
Promotor:  Dr CJ Hendriks

2016

Masina, G.K. 2016. A comparative study of indigenous versus foreign SMEs in Malawi. 
Promotor:  Dr W Vermeulen

2015

Du Preez, A. 2015. Business success factors of selected companies on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
Promotor: Dr W Vermeulen

Olivier, P.J. 2015.  A financial model to evaluate solar power in Free State dairy farms.
Promotor: Prof BJ Willemse

2014

Bock, E. 2014.   Optimising tacit knowledge sharing among sales force members in the South African pharmaceutical industry.
Promotor: Prof SM Niemann

Ranyane, K.A. 2014.  A support framework for the survivalist entrepreneurs - Free State Province Case Study.
Promotor: Dr JH Van Zyl

2013

Strydom, D.B. 2013. A procurement marketing framework for the potato processing market in the Eastern Free State
Promotor: Prof BJ Willemse
Co-promotor: Prof H van Zyl

2010

Botha, M. 2010.  A portfolio approach to improving market and credit risk management.
Promotor: Prof H van Zyl
Co-promotor: Dr P Greeff

2007

Coetzee, J.J.L. 2007. Wellness: A phenomenological perspective on organizational and individual efficacy.
Promotor: Dr B Anderson

2004

Pawley, M.G. 2004. Mean variance optimisation, stochastic simulation modelling and passive formula strategies for equity investments.
Promotor: Prof H van Zyl
Co-promotor: Dr P Greeff


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