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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: TOURISM
2016 The strategic behaviour of owners-managers in small, micro and medium tourism enterprises (SMMTEs) in South Africa
The South African small, micro and medium tourism enterprises (SMMTE) sector underpins the delivery of the tourism product/offering and is p...
This paper examines the nature of networking and learning by tourism firms in relation to accessing knowledge for innovation. In particular,...
Constant innovation in tourism is vital to keep this key growth sector competitive. A study by Irma Booyens and Christian Rogerson has found...
Responsible tourism incorporates economic, environmental and social imperatives in keeping with sustainable tourism notions. It can be argue...