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Author: S. B Bekker
Publisher: University of Stellenbosch, Dept. of Sociology (1999)
Language: English
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The study’s population, consisting of South African wine experts, comprised six respondents. The wine market in the UK continues to be flooded with new products fromtraditio nal and expanding wine regions fromacro ss the globe.

The early history of South African wine can be traced to the founding of a supply station at the Cape of Good Hope by the Dutch East India Company

The early history of South African wine can be traced to the founding of a supply station at the Cape of Good Hope by the Dutch East India Company. Jan van Riebeeck was given the task of managing the station and planting vineyards to produce wine and grapes in the Wijnberg (Wine mountain Area); that could be used to ward off scurvy for sailors continuing on their voyages along the spice route.

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Keywords south african wine industry competitiveness analysis wine executive survey 2005-2008 porter analysis: 2005-2008 wine business confidence strategies to sustain competitiveness 1. Introduction. Economic survival was possible through occasional exports of large volumes of low quality wine to Eastern Europe and domestic consumption (Vink, et al, 2004).

Paper to be published by the SA Journal of Demography 2001 Bekker S, M Dodds & J Ewert 1999 A strategic social analysis of the South African Wine Industry. Occasional Paper no 9. Department of Sociology Stellenbosch: University of Stellenbosch

Paper to be published by the SA Journal of Demography 2001 Bekker S, M Dodds & J Ewert 1999 A strategic social analysis of the South African Wine Industry. Department of Sociology Stellenbosch: University of Stellenbosch. Cross C, Bekker . Mlambo . Kleinbooi . Saayman, . Pretorius . Mngadi T. & Mbela T. 1999. An unstable balance: migration, small farming, infrastructure & livelihoods on the Eastern Seaboard: Part Two - Eastern & Western Cape Cross, C & Bekker, .