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Regis Musavengane
Regis Musavengane
Midlands State University; University of South Africa (UNISA)
Verified email at staff.msu.ac.zw
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Tourism governance and attainment of the sustainable development goals in Africa
P Siakwah, R Musavengane, L Leonard
Tourism Planning & Development 17 (4), 355-383, 2020
1012020
Community-based natural resource management: The role of social capital in collaborative environmental management of tribal resources in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
R Musavengane, DM Simatele
Development Southern Africa 33 (6), 806-821, 2016
732016
Small hotels and responsible tourism practice: Hoteliers’ perspectives
R Musavengane
Journal of cleaner production 220, 786-799, 2019
632019
The nexus between tourism and urban risk: Towards inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable outdoor tourism in African cities
R Musavengane, P Siakwah, L Leonard
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 29, 100254, 2020
522020
When race and social equity matters in nature conservation in post-apartheid South Africa
R Musavengane, L Leonard
Conservation & Society 17 (2), 135-146, 2019
452019
Social capital: An investment towards community resilience in the collaborative natural resources management of community-based tourism schemes
R Musavengane, R Kloppers
Tourism Management Perspectives 34, 100654, 2020
442020
Using the systemic-resilience thinking approach to enhance participatory collaborative management of natural resources in tribal communities: Toward inclusive land reform-led …
R Musavengane
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 25, 45-56, 2019
322019
Significance of social capital in collaborative management of natural resources in Sub-Saharan African rural communities: A qualitative meta-analysis
R Musavengane, D Simatele
South African Geographical Journal= Suid-Afrikaanse Geografiese Tydskrif 99 …, 2017
312017
“Does the poor matter” in pro-poor driven sub-Saharan African cities? towards progressive and inclusive pro-poor tourism
R Musavengane, P Siakwah, L Leonard
International Journal of Tourism Cities, 2019
232019
Toward Pro-Poor Local Economic Development in Zimbabwe: the role of pro-poor tourism
R Musavengane
African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure 7 (1), 1-14, 2018
232018
Does social capital really enhance community based ecotourism? A review of the literature
R Musavengane, R Matikiti
AJHTL, 2015
222015
A comparative analysis of collaborative environmental management of natural resources in Sub-Saharan Africa: A study of Cameroon and South Africa
R Musavengane, HB Tantoh, D Simatele
Journal of Asian and African Studies 54 (4), 512-532, 2019
182019
Doing tourism in Southern Africa amid the coronavirus pandemic: Navigating political, socio-economic and environmental inequalities
R Musavengane, L Leonard, S Mureyani
Development Southern Africa 39 (1), 3-19, 2022
142022
Responsible Tourism Practices in the Cape Town hotel sub-sector
R Musavengane, JN Steyn
142013
Understanding tourism consciousness through habitus: Perspectives of ‘poor’black South Africans
R Musavengane
Critical African Studies 11 (3), 322-347, 2019
102019
Land reform and the promotion of collaborative community-based ecotourism at Somkhanda Game Reserve, South Africa
R Musavengane
Positive Tourism in Africa, 23-35, 2019
92019
11 Revisiting devolution in community-based natural resources management in Zimbabwe
JM Muzirambi, R Musavengane, K Mearns
Natural Resources, Tourism and Community Livelihoods in Southern Africa …, 2019
72019
Tourism governance and attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals in Africa. Tourism Planning & Development
P Siakwah, R Musavengane, L Leonard
Online first: https://doi. org/10.1080/2 1568316, 1600160, 2019
62019
Sustainable Urban Tourism in Sub-Saharan Africa: Risk and Resilience
L Leonard, R Musavengane, P Siakwah
Routledge, 2020
52020
Environmental sustainability innovations in the accommodation sub-sector: Views from Lilongwe, Malawi
LZ Khonje, MD Simatele, R Musavengane
Development Southern Africa 37 (2), 312-327, 2020
52020
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