Postgraduate Students Research

Current Postgraduate Students of Tourism Management Division, EMS Faculty

 

PhD

Project Title

Supervisor

 

Co-Supervisor

 

N. Muchanyuka

Airlines and Regional Tourism Organisation.

 

B. A. Lubbe

None

C. Osuagwu

Visas and destination accessibility.

 

B. A. Lubbe

A. Douglas

C. Sichimwa

 

Climate change in greater Livingstone area.

 

F.A. Fairer-Wessels

J. Saarinen

K. Tlabela

 

Visitor information centres in South Africa.

 

F.A. Fairer-Wessels

A. Douglas

K. Letselela

 

Governance in protected areas.

F.A. Fairer-Wessels

 

A. Douglas

 

C. Allenby

 

An investigation of climate changes in zoos.

 

F.A. Fairer-Wessels

None

I. Meyer

Rhino poaching and sustainable tourism development.

 

B. A. Lubbe

P.J.N. de Bruyn

T. Mutenure

Market intelligence and airline distribution.

 

A. Douglas

B. A. Lubbe

L.J.L. van Wyk

Astro tourism development.

F.A. Fairer- Wessels

 

E.A. du Preez

N. Zulu

Sustainable food tourism.

G. du Rand (UP)

 

E.A. du Preez

S. Ohlhoff

Innovation in destination marketing.

E.A. du Preez

M. Terblanche-Smit (USB)

 

Y. Odendaal

Integrated tourism planning.

 

E.A. du Preez

None

 

 

Masters

Project Title

Supervisor

Co-Supervisor

 

C. du Plessis

Economic modelling for sub-national tourist expenditure.

 

B. A. Lubbe

R. Seymore

N. Faria

Tourist demand and the hunting experience.

 

B. A. Lubbe

None

K. Tasara

The sharing economy and business travel.

 

B. A. Lubbe

None

K. Monaghan

Mobile devices in the hotel industry.

 

A. Douglas

None

D. Dodd

Travel policy compliance.

 

A. Douglas

 

None

M. Webb

A generational analysis of non-compliance.

 

A. Douglas

None

N. Mahlangu

Business tourism as destination product.

 

E.A. du Preez

None

F. Jacinto

Post-war tourism destination development.

 

E.A. du Preez

None

L. Govender

The domestic Indian tourism market.

 

E.A. du Preez

None

P. Fani

 

The emerging market as domestic tourists.

 

E.A. du Preez

None

M. Nel

 

Volunteer tourism.

F.A. Fairer-Wessels

 

None

N. David

 

Competitiveness in the Eastern Cape.

 

 

F.A. Fairer-Wessels

None

Graduates of Tourism Management Division, EMS Faculty

 

PhD

 

Project Title

Supervisor

Co-Supervisor

 

Dr. C. McGladdery

Modelling international educational tourism: Internationalisation and student mobility in South African High Schools.

 

B. A. Lubbe

J. Saarinen

Dr. P. Muhoho-Minni

The strategic role of the media in constructing a destination image: the Kenya experience.

B. A. Lubbe

None

Dr. S. Chiutsi

 

Sustainable Tourism and Community Participation in Transfrontier Tourism Development: Case of the Sengwe Community and the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area (GLTFCA).

 

J. Saarinen

None

Dr. A. de Klerk

 

The compatibility of mining and ecotourism.

 

E. Heath

None

Dr. E. Kavita

 

Towards an integrative tourism development framework for local communities in Namibia.

 

E. Heath

None

Dr. L. Lekaota

 

Perceptions on local communities’ role and awareness in rural tourism development: a case study from Lesotho.

 

J. Saarinen

None

Dr. S. Surovitskikh

The relationship between South African aviation liberalisation strategy in Sub-Saharan Africa and air passenger traffic flows.

 

B. A. Lubbe

None

Dr. E. Kruger

 

Spectator’s contribution to the environmental dimension of sustainable event sports tourism.

.

E. Heath

None

Dr P. Radikonyana

 

E-marketing of sports mega-events with specific reference to the 2010 Soccer World Cup.

 

E Heath

F.A. Fairer-Wessels

 

Dr. L. Boemah

Environmental interpretation for tourists in protected areas.

 

B. A. Lubbe

None

Dr. A. Douglas

 

Corporate traveller compliance and the corporate travel policy.

 

B. A. Lubbe

None

Masters (Graduates)

 

Project Title

Supervisor

Co-Supervisor

 

L. Slabbert

The impact of an accreditation system for trials on growth in hiking tourism.

E. Kruger

None

L. Swart

 

The role of visitor information centres in South Africa.

 

F.A. Fairer-Wessels

None

P. McLachlan

Frequent Business Travellers and Airline Loyalty Programmes: A survey of members and non-members.

 

B. A. Lubbe

A. Douglas

I. Pape

The impact on visitation and economic implications of iconic animals as tourist attraction in selected SANParks.

 

B. A. Lubbe

None

A. van der Merwe

The current and future expectations of business travellers regarding mobile travel applications.

 

A. Douglas

B.A. Lubbe

C. Loedolff

Promoting South Africa as an international film tourism destination.

E. Kruger

F. Fairer-Wessels

K. Summerfield

Coursework

Brand South Africa: determining the impact of identity and image on destination competitiveness.

 

E. Kruger

D. Potgieter

R. van der Walt

Coursework

The importance of varied indicators for current international inbound markets visiting South Africa.

 

E. Kruger

D. Potgieter

T. Reynders

Motivations of volunteers in South Africa.

 

F.A. Fairer-Wessels

None

C. Sichimwa

Core resources for sustainable tourism development.

 

F.A. Fairer-Wessels

N. Davis

C. Allenby

 

Experience management in the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa.

F.A. Fairer-Wessels

None

M. Moeller

 

Battlefield tourism in South Africa with special reference to Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift KZN.

 

F.A. Fairer-Wessels

None

M. Botha

 

The role of biodiversity in national parks on visitor experiences: a case study of Oulanka National Park in Finland and Golden Gate Highlands National Park in South Africa.

 

F.A. Fairer-Wessels

J. Saarinen

L. Wieme

The impact of frequent flyer programmes in airline selection: a survey of corporate travel management in large-sized South African corporations.

 

B. A. Lubbe

A. Douglas

C. Victor

The influence of flight delays on business travellers.

 

B. A. Lubbe

None

E. Kruger

A stakeholder perspective on mega-events as an element of tourism destination competitiveness.

E. Heath

None

S. Surovitskikh

The positioning of Middle Eastern Air Transport Companies in SA leisure and business travel markets.

 

 

B. A. Lubbe

None

A. Douglas

 

The development of a conceptual model for the effective management of corporate travel.

 

B. A. Lubbe

None

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