ABOUT THE JOURNAL
The Southern African Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management is a peer-reviewed journal that is aimed at providing practical guidance and empirical evidence to researchers and practitioners specialising in the entrepreneurial and business management fields. The journal provides a communication forum to advance entrepreneurship, innovation, small business management and family business theory, as well as the application thereof in practice. Its aim is the improvement and further development of these fields and it is designed to appeal to both practitioners and academics. View our Editorial Team.


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LATEST ARTICLES

Original Research

 
Evaluating mentoring outcomes from the perspective of entrepreneurs and small business owners  
Cordelia Kunaka, Menisha N. Moos
12 March 2019

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Boundaries within boundaries: Identifying the boundaries facing private firms that are in financial distress  
Keith J. Fairhurst, Marius Pretorius
21 February 2019

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The influence of the business environment on the growth of informal businesses in Uganda  
Fredrika W. Struwig, Janine Krüger, Geoffrey Nuwagaba
14 February 2019

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Small, medium and micro-enterprises’ distress and factual evaluation of rescue feasibility  
Andria C. du Toit, Marius Pretorius, Wesley Rosslyn-Smith
24 January 2019

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A generic balanced scorecard for small and medium manufacturing enterprises in South Africa  
Arthur Reynolds, Houdini Fourie, Lourens Erasmus
23 January 2019
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