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119959Identifying Interventions and Incentives Needed to Improve the Number of Enterprises Including State Owned Tourism Attractions that Embraces Responsible Tourism Management Practices2017University of VendaN4FUYHAX2DSF-2092969366-50http://sp19prd01:8100/ResearchRepo/Shared%20Documents/UNIVEN%20Final%20Report%20March%202017.pdf?csf=1&e=JpE6R9Research ReportSeminar Presentation2017/03/15 15:23:41IDENTIFYING INTERVENTIONS AND INCENTIVES NEEDED TO IMPROVE THE NUMBER OF ENTERPRISES INLCUDING STATE OWNED TOURISM ATTRACTIONS THAT EMBRACES RESPONSIBLE TOURISM MANAGEMENT http://sp19prd01:8100/ResearchRepo/SeminarDocs/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
119984Stimulating sector demand and supply through niche tourism development- the case of rural tourism in selected provinces2022University of JohannesburgN4FUYHAX2DSF-2092969366-65Seminar Presentation2022/03/18 09:23:16The School of Tourism and Hospitality College of Business and Economics 18 March 2022 STIMULATING SECTOR DEMAND AND SUPPLY THROUGH NICHE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT: THE CASE OF RURAL http://sp19prd01:8100/ResearchRepo/SeminarDocs/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
120099Tourism Sector Demand and Supply-Towards Post-Covid-19 ResilienceE Slabbert T Matiza A Saayman G Dafuleya F Sumbana T Nethengwe2022North-West University;University of VendaN4FUYHAX2DSF-2092969366-66Seminar Presentation2022/03/18 08:59:43To u r i s m S e c t o r D e m a n d and Supply-To w a r d s Post-Covid-19 Resilience North-West University Prof E Slabbert, Dr T Matiza & Prof A Saayman University of Venda Dr G http://sp19prd01:8100/ResearchRepo/SeminarDocs/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
120104Transformation of the South African tourism value chain toward sustainable, resource effecient and inclusive growth pathLorren Haywood Benita de Wet Sihle Matinise Tumisang Polasi2022Council for Scientific and Industrial ResearchN4FUYHAX2DSF-2092969366-67Seminar Presentation2022/03/18 08:00:12TRANSFORMATION OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM VALUE CHAIN TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE AND RESOURSE EFFICIENT AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH POST COVID 19 RESEARCH SEMINAR 18 March 20222 WHY http://sp19prd01:8100/ResearchRepo/SeminarDocs/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
120106Re-examining perspectives on the recovery of South Africa’s domestic tourism in a COVID- environment2022University of KwaZulu-NatalN4FUYHAX2DSF-2092969366-62Seminar Presentation2022/03/18 09:49:13UKZN INSPIRING GREATNESS Re-examining perspectives on the recovery of South Africa’s domestic tourism in a COVID- environment Prof Urmilla Bob and Dr Suveshnee Munien UKZN http://sp19prd01:8100/ResearchRepo/SeminarDocs/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
120107Enabling Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs) Survival and Growth During/ Post COVID-192022University of KwaZulu-NatalN4FUYHAX2DSF-2092969366-64Seminar Presentation2022/03/18 07:38:17UKZN INSPIRING GREATNESS Enabling Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs) Survival and Growth During/ Post COVID-19 Dr Suveshnee Munien and Prof Urmilla Bob UKZN INSPIRING http://sp19prd01:8100/ResearchRepo/SeminarDocs/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
120108Remodelling the Local Domestic Tourism Market in South Africa Within a Covid-19 EnvironmentKaren Harris CR Botha Danolien van den Berg Tiffaney Morolong2022University of PretoriaN4FUYHAX2DSF-2092969366-63Seminar Presentation2022/03/18 07:53:15Department of Historical and Heritage Studies University of Pretoria (2021-2022) 18 March 2022 Prof Karen Harris CR Botha Danolien van den Berg Tiffaney Morolong REMODELLING THE http://sp19prd01:8100/ResearchRepo/SeminarDocs/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
120120Development of a Framework to Measure the Impact of Events2016In 2013/2014 the National Department of Tourism (NDT) in collaboration with the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) initiated a study todevelop a standardised framework to measure, monitor and manage the impacts of events of different types and sizes in South Africa. The study will be conducted in three phases.Cape Peninsula University of TechnologyReportN4FUYHAX2DSF-245590710-91http://sp19prd01:8100/ResearchRepo/Shared%20Documents/2014%2015%20CPUT%20ReportFinal.pdf?csf=1&e=yK4T5xhttp://sp19prd01:8100/ResearchRepo/SeminarDocs/Development%20of%20a%20Framework%20to%20Measure%20the%20Impact%20of%20Events.pptx?csf=1&e=nSnCVOModel / FrameworkPresentation2022/02/07 10:20:30http://sp19prd01:8100/ResearchRepo/Shared Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalsepdf
120144An Investigation of Perceptions, Participation, and Socio-Economic Impacts of Community-Based Conservation Programmes: The Case of Buffelsdraai, KwaZulu-Natal, South AfricaSizwe Sbongakonke Nkambule2017There has been growing concern regarding the impacts of climate change-related concerns, coupled with the realisation that these concerns will be experienced differently across countries. At the local level, these climate change-related risks are expected to be more severely felt in disadvantaged and marginalised communities, especially those with a strong reliance on their ecological resource base. Consequently, responses such as reforestation have been identified as appropriate interventions for climate change mitigation. Historically, reforestation projects have predominantly showed a strong ecological focus, however, there has been a transition to include social aspects to provide more holistic approaches.University of KwaZulu-NatalDissertationN4FUYHAX2DSF-245590710-922022/02/08 09:52:58AN INVESTIGATION OF PERCEPTIONS, PARTICIPATION, AND SOCIOECONOMIC IMPACTS OF COMMUNITY-BASED CONSERVATION PROGRAMMES: THE CASE OF BUFFELSDRAAI, KWAZULU-NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA http://sp19prd01:8100/ResearchRepo/Shared Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
120145Tourism Disasters, Crises and the Risk-Fear Nexus: Tourists’ Perceptions of Durban as a Tourism DestinationTaemane Phoofolo2019Tourism is an important economic sector in many countries worldwide. Many governments are placing a higher priority on tourism development because it leads to increased foreign exchange income and creates employment opportunities. However, the tourism sector is prone to both natural (floods, drought, diseases) and man-made (crime, unemployment, poverty, war, terrorism) disasters, crises and risks which invariably affect not only the tourists but the functionality, sustainability and competitiveness of a destination. The cumulative impact of disasters, crises and risks can result in the death of people, destruction of fauna and flora, displacement and suffering of people. Other effects include, the destruction of human settlements, physical infrastructure such as roads, railway lines and habitats of animals. The prevalence of disasters, crises and the risk can affect tourists’ travelling patterns and destination choices. Thus, rendering some places unsafe and unattractive.University of KwaZulu-NatalThesisN4FUYHAX2DSF-245590710-932022/02/08 09:54:19TOURISM DISASTERS, CRISES AND THE RISK-FEAR NEXUS TOURISTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF DURBAN AS A TOURISM A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED IN FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS I would like to thank the http://sp19prd01:8100/ResearchRepo/Shared Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf