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Title: The conceptualisation of tourism and hospitality within a public administration framework in South Africa : a case study of a Tourism Provincial Administrative Authority in KwaZulu Natal
Authors: Balkaran, Rishi 
Issue Date: Jul-2013
Publisher: International Foundation for Research and Development
Source: Balkaran, R. 2013. 'The Conceptualisation of Tourism and Hospitality within a Public Administration Framework in South Africa : A Case study of a Tourism Provincial Administrative Authority in KwaZulu Natal.' Journal of Economics and Behavioural Studies, 5(7): 420-431.
Abstract: Ob
jectives of this paper are to: locate the study into a conceptual framework by conceptualising
and clarifying Tourism and
Public administration and management;
Constitutional and legislative provisions
relevant to the tourism and hospitality industries;
National, provincial and local government administration
with a view to locating Tourism and the Tourism Provincial Authorit
y.
P
aper clarif
ies
the intrinsic
relationship between Government functions at national, provincial and local
levels and the
tourism and
hospitality industries. The essence of the paper depicts the policy and a legislative framework formulated by
government
for the purposes of effective and efficient application to relevant
structures at
central, provincial
and local levels. The welfare of the tourism and hospitality
industries depend
to a large extent on the delivery
of services from public institutions at
all levels of government.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10321/892
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