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Gay men, leisure space and South African cities: the case of Cape Town
Abstract In response to the current paucity of geographical research into post-apartheid development of gay leisure space, the paper focuses on the nature and extent of gay leisure space developmentExpand
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Researching the South African tourism and development nexus
Under apartheid, tourism was essentially anti-developmental in focus and tourism research largely centred on the recreation of white South Africans. Since the 1994 democratic transition tourism hasExpand
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Visible, yet unknown: Reflections on second-home development in South Africa
ConclusionThis paper has set out to plot some of the current trends and issues associated with second-home development in South Africa. It was argued that whilst second homes are not new to thisExpand
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The homonormalisation of white heterosexual leisure spaces in Bloemfontein, South Africa
Abstract The paper comprises a response to the overwhelming lack of geographical research into South African gay male leisure space development and augments the first detailed analyses of white gayExpand
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In the global profile of scholarship on tourism geographies, Africa is the least represented continent. With Africa's incorporation into the global tourism economy, considerable optimism has beenExpand
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The State and New-build Gentrification in Central Cape Town, South Africa
The objective of this investigation is to assess the relevance and potential of current international trends in the study of gentrification in the contemporary South African urban context. AgainstExpand
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The developmental impacts of backpacker tourism in South Africa
South Africa has recorded considerable growth in tourism activity over the past decade. In the light of the vast range of economic sectors that gain from tourism development, the national governmentExpand
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