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Paul Shimane Radikonyana

Title
Dr.
First name
Paul Shimane
Last name
Radikonyana
Gender
Male
Nominating Country
Date of Nomination
Other Disciplines
3. Research methodology and Techniques 4. Tourism
Thematic areas of disciplines: Physical environmental issues, socio-economic issues, tourism and
sports relates issues
UN languages spoken

English

Geographical Focus
Job function
Senior Manager
Division
Advisory and Research, Municipal Demarcation Board
Nature of Organisation
Municipal Demarcation Board
Street Address Organisation
Eco Origins Office Park Block C1
349 Witch-Hazel Avenue, Highveld
City Organisation
Pretoria
Post code Organisation
0157
Country Organisation
South Africa
Telephone number
27 082 595 6071
Email
radikonyanap@yahoo.com
Highest Academic achievement and qualification
PhD (Tourism Management, University of Pretoria (UP) in 2013); MA (Environment & Society) (UP) in 2004; MSc in GIS, GIS technology,
University of Edinburgh, UK in 2006; BA (hons) in Geography, Wits University in 1995;& B
Admin (hons)(General Management) University of North West in 2003
Number of Publications
4
Publication titles
1. Stuart, N., Moss, D. A. & Radikonyana, P., 2008. Making GIS work: a survey of African GIS Practitioners: A survey of African GIS Practitioners. Abstract submitted to "4th Workshop on Remote Sensing for Developing Countries/GISDECO 8". Istanbul Technical University (ITU):Istanbul, Turkey. Available at: http://www.conferences.earsel.org/abstract/show/568.
2. Stuart, N., Moss, D., Hodgart, R. & Radikonyana, P., 2009. Making GIS work in developing countries: views from Practitioners in Africa. RICS (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors) Research Report, Institute of Geography, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom. Also available at: https://communities.rics.org/.../-/Full_report__Making_GIS_work_in_de...
3. Radikonyana, P. S., Heath, E., Fairer- Wessels, F., Prinsloo, J .J. & Pelser, T. G., 2015. A Strategic E-Marketing Framework for Sport Mega-Events. The Journal of Applied Business Research, 31(2), 437-454.
4. Radikonyana, P. S., Prinsloo, J .J. & Pelser, T. P., 2017. Skateboarding’s Contribution to Societal Challenges. Proceedings of the 11th International Business Conference (IBC) 24-24 September 2017, Dar Es-Salaam, Tanzania. [Online] Available from: http://ibc-conference.com/wpcontent/ uploads/2017 /09/IBC-2017-Programme_Final.pdf