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Prepare for your Business Studies NCS Examinations with the Grade 12 Exam Practice Questions that are in each of these articles. They are based on information from previous exam papers by the Department of Basic Education (DBE).

From these questions, you will get a sense of what you need to know on each topic that you cover every term. This is very helpful information. Save the Question and Answer flash cards and use them to practice with your friends.

All the best!

NSC exam preparation| Grade 12 Past Exam Papers and Memos – Business Studies (PDF Downloads)

9 Factors to Consider When Making Investment Decisions

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Functions of the JSE (Johannesburg Stock / Securities Exchange)

What is the JSE? The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), or Johannesburg Securities Exchange, is Africa’s largest stock exchange. With more than R23.49billion in shares traded daily, it currently ranks 19th in the world. What is a Stock Exchange / Stock… Continue Reading →

How to Deal with Diversity Issues in the Workplace

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What Are the Benefits of Diversity in the Workplace?

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How to Promote Social and Cultural Rights in the Workplace

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Examples of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in South Africa

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Definition of Human Rights and their Implication in the Workplace

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Discuss the Disadvantages of CSR to the Community

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Discover the Benefits of CSI to the Community

In this lesson, we look at the benefits of CSI to the community. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the way in which businesses operate responsibly and ethically. They use their physical, financial, and human resources to positively impact their entire… Continue Reading →

Describe the Differences Between CSR and CSI

Definition of Corporate Social Responsibility Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is not a once-off project. Instead, it is an ethical approach that guides all the company’s decisions. It is a long-term commitment by the business, to manage its processes in a… Continue Reading →

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