• Treasury Management
    . Fortunately the proximity from South Africa and cordial relations add to the potential and act as a favourable condition for setting up business in Lesotho. However, the role of the state in tourism development impacts the way in which tourism is promoted to create demand internationally. The kind of...
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  • Sustainable Development
    development”. Krupa (2011:3) indicates that “South Africa is faced with opportunities and obstacles by a renewable transition and despite the presence of numerous lobbying bodies and strong international interest in developing renewable potential across the country, confusing regulatory and investment...
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  • south africa presentation
    state-of-the-art technologies. To run raw materials, the cheap worforce will certainly never disappear because South Africa attracs lot of immigrants. Stability and devellopment of the country will certainly increase the tourism and create lot of satellite activities. b- According to Ricardo...
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  • Botswana Country Report
    , Mauritius, and South Africa. The white population is native to Botswana or from other parts of Africa including Zimbabwe and South Africa. The white population speaks either English or Afrikaans and makes up roughly 3% of the population. Since 2000, because of deteriorating economic conditions in Zimbabwe...
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  • Efforts of the Republic of South Africa at Enhancing African Unity Through Socio Economic and Military Cooperation
    SC31/AST/SYN11/RSA EFFORTS OF THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA AT ENHANCING AFRICAN UNITY THROUGH SOCIO ECONOMIC AND MILITARY COOPERATION INTRODUCTION 1. Global interactions and relationships in the international scene are often used as tools to ensure security and the economic well-being of...
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  • Africa Economic Outlook Research Paper Journal
    important in several countries, such as Cape Verde, Botswana, Egypt, Kenya, Mauritius, Morocco, Seychelles, Tanzania, South Africa and Tunisia. Tourism is vulnerable to economic conditions abroad and, even more importantly, to domestic security problems. In 2011, tourism in Tunisia and Egypt declined...
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  • Tourism Development and Host Community
    stated by Fakir et al (2009). The truth comes therefore that community involvement in South Africa in terms of tourism development is minimum; hence the South African government should show an active commitment towards community involvement because of its importance. The importance of community...
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  • A Study of the Factors That Will Increase the Number of Chinese Tourist Visits to South Africa, with a Particular Reference to the Chinese Tourism Industry in Shanghai.
    in 2002 64 Table 4.7: Chinese visitors arrived South Africa 68 Table 4.10.4 Comparison the conceptual model with the reality 90 Abbreviations ADS Approved Destination Status ATC Australian Tourist Commission ATEC Australian Tourism Export Council BEE Black Economic Empowerment...
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  • Political Sciene
    larger scale, regional and pan-African lines. Traditionalism is large part of both cultures, and marketing towards that sentiment is also successful in both markets. South Africa, however, does present additional challenges because of the economic inequality of the market. Both sides of the coin must be...
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  • Travel Industry
    of the G20 – recognize, “the role of travel and tourism as a vehicle for job creation, economic growth and development”. On the back of UNWTO/WTTC research on visa facilitation, the G20 also commits to “work towards developing travel facilitation initiatives in support of job creation...
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  • Employing Mystery Shopping as a Research Strategy to Enhance Customer Relationship Management in the South African Wine Industry
    of Contents 5 Introduction 6 1. Winelands Overview – South Africa 12 2. Wine Tourism Overview 18 3. Wine Industry Marketing considerations 20 4. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) 21 4.1 Customer Relationship Management (CRM) concept 23 4.2 The players involved in CRM within an...
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  • Marketing
    Discovery. Gore saw this as an opportunity to “dazzle clients” by offering them a dotcom play and creating a new project DiscoveryWorld. Gore and he’s executive team headed hunted Trent Rossini, one of the best system developers in South Africa at the time, to develop this innovative project. But...
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  • Asian Fdi in Africa
    FDI into both natural resources and manufacturing. Indeed, such FDI in Africa is becoming an important and promising facet of South-South economic cooperation. Against this background, this book examines the opportunities and constraints for Asian investment in African countries. This publication...
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  • Extract of Study – a Comparative Analysis of the Management and Socio-Economic Impacts of Sport Tourism Events in Cape Town and Durban
    potential owing to domestic instability during certain peak periods. However, since the first democratic election in 1994, tourism has become a fast growing economic sector and owing to unique 13 geographical and cultural settings, South Africa attracts tourists on a national and international level...
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  • The Impacts of the Global Recession of 2008-2009
    affected by the global economic crisis. Mainly hotel reservations dropped immensely and Mauritius and Tanzania faced numerous tour cancellations. Consequently, a decline in tourism revenue affects food security, purchasing power and potential for expansion. Moreover, in Kenya we see a steady fall in...
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  • Small-Scale, Nature-Based Tourism as a Pro-Poor Development Intervention: Two Examples in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
    Geography, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa Abstract Tourism is widely acknowledged as a key economic sector that has the potential to contribute to national and local development and, more specifically, serve as a mechanism to promote poverty alleviation and pro-poor development within a...
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  • Cross Cultural Management
    CROSS-CULTURAL MANAGEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA : PROBLEMS, OBSTACLES, AND AGENDA FOR COMPANIES Nathalie Prime, Groupe ESCP-EAP ABSTRACT Within the context of opening of South African economy, the purpose of this paper is to explore cross cultural management issues in South African...
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  • The Mauritian Economy
    Mauritius toward other countries is influenced by its location, resources, colonial past, domestic politics, and economic imperatives. Mauritius has particularly strong relations with Britain, France, India, and since 1990 with South Africa. A member of the Commonwealth, Mauritius recognized Queen...
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  • South Africa
    relation to socio-economic impacts of tourism. The publication of Tourism in GEAR was aligned to a more general shift towards global neo-liberal economic policy within South Africa: as a macro-economic policy framework, GEAR contrasted sharply with its predecessor, the Reconstruction and...
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  • Agenda 21 in South Africa - Essay
    South Africa include trade, financing, technology, industry, transport and sustainable tourism, with an additional area that focuses on changing consumption patterns. Trade The Departments of Foreign Affairs, and Trade and Industry, together with the Southern African Development Community (SADC...
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