Sustainable Heritage Tourism in Southern Africa: A Property Economics Viewpoint
Heritage tourism projects must pay their own way. The study explores the feasibility of such projects as the key determinant of sustainability. Examples include the San culture and Voortrekker Monument
||Heritage tourism, feasibility, sustainability, stakeholders, market analysis, finances, San people, Cradle of Humankind, Voortrekker Monument.
International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp.137-146.
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Valmond Ghyoot has a doctorate in Business Management, focusing on Real Estate Feasibility Analysis, a masters focusing on Project Management and degrees in Building Construction and in Business and Operations Management. He is a property consultant with more than twenty years consulting experience in the business and property industries. He is a registered professional valuer and appraiser. Prof Ghyoot teaches real estate at the University of South Africa and has been external examiner for the property courses at nine universities, locally and abroad. His current consulting focus is on the optimal use of property in business, project feasibility and investment modelling.
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