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‘Street trading is an activity which involves the selling of goods or the supply of services for a reward in a public road’ (City of Johannesburg, 2009b: 5-7).
This minor dissertation is an examination of the conditions and aspirations of street traders in Johannesburg’s Central Business District (CBD), specifically Kerk Street.
The underlying rationale is the fact that, while there is a small, but growing body of literature on street traders in South Africa, there is little on street trading in the Johannesburg CBD.
Moreover, to the best of the researcher’s knowledge, virtually none of this deals with the views and aspirations of the street traders themselves.
This dissertation is based on the following research question: How did the conditions and aspirations of street traders in Kerk Street change between 2005 and 2009?
I am a 30year old South African HR Manager with a BComm degree from Rhodes University, a BA Honours in Industrial Sociology and Masters Degree in Industrial Sociology both from University of Johannesburg.
I am proudly from a city called Kimberley in South Africa.The plight of Street Traders concerned me, hence my paper on the Conditions of Traders.
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