Corporate Governance Issues In Smes And Their Impact On Financial Performance: Evidence
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Corporate Governance Issues In Smes And Their Impact On Financial Performance: Evidence From Manicaland
With the recent enactment of the Indigenous and Empowerment Act in 2010 there was an upsurge in small businesses owned by the indigenous Zimbabweans. A few though are formal, the majority of them are still classified as informal, ZIMRA (2014), (Mapakame, E 2017). This paper sought to review literature on the corporate governance of SMEs in Manicaland province in Zimbabwe. The findings reflect that there is still great work to be done to orient the SMEs about governance issues in the business fraternity. This paper recommends that the Ministry of Small to Medium Enterprise must come up with outreach programme to educate and inform SMEs on corporate governance issue.DownloadViews: 125

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