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South African higher education : at the center of a cauldron of national imaginations
(Social Research, 2012)
South Africa's university system is by far the most developed on the African continent. 18 years after the fall of apartheid we must ask whether there is anything approaching a national consensus about the place of university ...
Violence at the end of the rainbow
(Taylor and Francis, 2013-02-26)
South Africa presents contradictory images—that of a miracle of reconcilia- tion, the Rainbow Nation, and that of societal decay, evidenced by the police shooting of thirty-six mineworkers at Marikana in 2012. It is ...
The impact of private game farms on local community development
Nature-based and wildlife tourism is a growing economic sector with associated increases in privately protected areas. The history of South Africa suggests a conflicting relationship between privately-owned game farms ...
Research output level at Durban University of Technology (DUT) in South Africa: contributing factors and their implications
(Business Perspectives, 2014)
Various factors contributing to the level of research output at the Durban of University of Technology (DUT) are investigated by this research and their implications to the University are also examined. Data are collected ...
Are ‘Albergo Diffuso’ and community-based tourism the answers to community development in South Africa?
(Taylor and Fancis Online, 2016-05-26)
Conventional mass tourism shortcomings have facilitated the origin of alternative forms of tourism such as community-based tourism (CBT). Lately, another form of tourism known as ‘Albergo Diffuso’ (AD) has also been mentioned ...
Sputnik from below : space science and public culture in cold war southern Africa
The global space race of the Cold War has largely been written as a drama between state bodies of the northern hemisphere. This essay decentres that narrative by considering the production of popular meanings and local ...