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    • Accommodation consumers and providers' attitudes, behaviours and practices for sustainability: a systematic review 

      Hall, Colin Michael; Dayal, Natasha; Truong, Van Dao (MDPI, 2016)
      Accommodation and lodging are an integral component of the tourism and hospitality industry. Given the sectors' growing contribution to resource consumption and waste, there is a growing body of literature on the attitudes, ...
    • The acculturation process in the head office of the SAPS 

      Nchabeleng, Jane Maditlhodi (North-West University, 2008)
      South Africa is a culturally diverse country attempting to move towards unity with the purpose of addressing the imbalances of the past. This is a serious challenge to everyone in the country irrespective of their colour, ...
    • The doctrine of scripture and the providence of God 

      Frost, Roydon James John (2015)
      Ever since the Reformation the providence of God has been variously applied in the doctrine of scripture. In the Reformed and Protestant Orthodox traditions, and in the context of polemic surrounding the nature of scripture ...
    • The Redeemer in an "irredeemable text" (1 Timothy 2:9-15) 

      Vergeer, Willem C. (New Testament Society of Southern Africa, 2016)
      In the ongoing debate about the meaning of 1 Timothy 2:9-15 some have branded it an "irredeemable text of terror" while for others it contains "God's eternal design for men and women." In this article it is argued that ...
    • Understanding niche accommodation in tourism: the case of Couchsurfing hosts 

      Ndebele, P. (North-West University, 2019)
      The tourism industry is regarded as one of the fastest growing sectors of the South African economy and is estimated to employ a third of the total population in South Africa directly or indirectly. The tourism industry ...