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    • How do mountain bikers and road cyclists differ? 

      Kruger, Martinette; Saayman, Melville (SA Association for Movement & Leisure Science, 2014)
      Limited research has focused on different types of cycling events and how these participants differ in terms of their socio-economic and behavioural profiles. This research attempts to fill the gap in the literature regarding ...
    • A motivation based typology of open-water swimmers 

      Ellis, Susanna Maria; Kruger, Martinette; Saayman, Melville (SA Association for Movement & Leisure Science, 2011)
      People travel to destinations for different reasons and the same applies to sporting events. To fulfil the needs of athletes and ensure that the event remains competitive, it is important to understand the needs of different ...
    • Push and pull factors of three Afrikaans arts festivals in South Africa 

      Botha, Karin; Perl, Cliff; Viviers, Pierre-Andre (Stellenbosch University, 2013)
      Afrikaans arts festivals are facing increasing competition and, at times, lack differentiation given the increasing numbers of festivals in the South African festival market. This ultimately threatens the sustainability ...
    • The relationship between travel motives, service levels and satisfaction of nature–base [i.e.nature–based] tourist [i.e. tourists] 

      Schoeman, Talita (North-West University, 2010)
      The literature review on tourist satisfaction revealed that a satisfied tourist leads to positive word of mouth recommendation to friends and family, loyalty (return visits), competitive advantage and long-term profitability ...
    • Student travel behaviour : North-West University (Potchefstroom Campus) 

      Heyns, Cornelius Muller (North-West University, 2010)
      The student market is a large and growing segment of the tourism industry that contributes approximately one billion rand annually to the tourism economy Unfortunately, despite the apparent profitability of this market, ...
    • Travel motivations of tourists to selected marine destinations 

      Saayman, Melville; Slabbert, Elmarie; Van der Merwe, Petrus (Wiley, 2011)
      South Africa is well known for its favourable climate, wildlife and golden beaches. Adding to this, its long summers make its coastline (over 3500 km) even more attractive to tourists around the world, and so are transforming ...