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|Title:||Firearms in South Africa||Authors:||Pretorius, Johan Andries Christoffel||Keywords:||Firearms--Law and legislation--South Africa;Illegal arms transfers--South Africa;Weapons--South Africa||Issue Date:||2008||Abstract:||The purpose of this research is to compare the firearm legislation between South
Africa and selected countries and to determine if multiple firearm owners and
firearm dealers are affected in terms of economics, and changes to their business
environment by the new Firearms Act, 60 of 2000.The sub-objectives of this study are as follows:
- To compare firearm regulations between countries that were affected by access
to firearms and deaths as a result thereof;
- To evaluate the economic effect of the legislation on a firearm dealer/dedicated
hunter/dedicated sportsman/collector of firearms;
- To evaluate the economic effect of the restrictions on the number of firearms
an owner may legally possess;
- To evaluate the economic impact of the cost involved for re-licensing a
- To establish how the firearm business environment is affected according to the
political, economic, social, technological and ecological influences on business
strategies. The research does not include firearm owners with hand weapons or individuals with
fewer than four firearms. It also excludes South African Police Service and South
African Defence Force weapons, as these are not usually provided to the public. The aim of this research is to establish if there is an effect on the dealers and hunters
in the firearm industry in South Africa with the advent of the Firearms Control Act
60 of 2000.
The world trend changed firearm legislation world-wide and South Africa followed.
In the following chapter the global and South African issue is discussed with some of
the arguments on why the firearm legislation had to change.
|Description:||Submitted in fulfillment of the requirements for a Master's Degree in Technology: Business Administration, Durban University of Technology, 2008.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10321/465|
|Appears in Collections:||Theses and dissertations (Management Sciences)|
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