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Location: The Tourists’ Inclinations. In: Journal of Travel Research, Vol.15, pp. 18-22. Ashworth, G. and Page, S. 2011: Urban Tourism Research: Recent Progress and Current Paradoxes. In: Tourism Management, Vol. 32, pp. 1-15. Ashworth, G.J. and Tunbridge, J.E., 1990: The Tourist- Historic City. London: Belhaven. Baum, J. and Mezias, S., 1992: Localized Competition and Organizational Failure in the Manhattan Hotel Industry, 1898-1990. In: Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 37. pp. 580-604. Beavon, K.S.O., 2004: Johannesburg: The Making and Shaping of the City

). Digitisation and Face-to-Face Interactions: The Example of the Film Industry in London. International Journal of Technology, Knowledge, and Society , 1(3), 101-108. Gregory, J.J. (2016). Creative Industries and Urban Regeneration–The Maboneng Precinct, Johannesburg. Local Economy , 31(1-2), 158-171. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0269094215618597 . Gregory, J.J. and Rogerson, C.M. (2016). Tracking the Policy Environment for Creative Industries in South Africa. Donaldson, R., Visser, G., Kemp J. and de Waal, J. editors, #Celebratecenturyofgeography: Proceedings of the

University in Western Cape province. Most subsequent research has focused on examining the various social, economic and physical impacts of studentification in Stellenbosch ( Benn, 2010 ; Donaldson et al., 2014 ; Ackermann and Visser, 2016 ; Visser and Kisting, 2019 ) and Bloemfontein ( Donaldson et al., 2014 ; Ackermann and Visser, 2016 ). For South Africa’s major cities limited research so far has been pursued, with the exception of one study of studentification impacts and the commodification of student lifestyle in the Braamfontein area of Johannesburg ( Gregory

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: The Case of Bulawayo (Zimbabwe) Traders. Masters in Development Studies, University of Johannesburg, South Africa. Kamete, A.Y., 2009: In the Service of Tyranny: Debating the Role of Planning in Zimbabwe’s Urban ‘Clean-up’ Operation. In: Urban Studies, Vol. 46, pp. 897-922. Light, I., 1972: Ethnic Enterprise in America, Berkeley: University of California Press. Light, I., 2010: Transnational Entrepreneurs in an English- Speaking World. In: Die Erde, Vol. 141 (1-2), pp. 1-16. Light, I. and Bonacich, E., 1988: Immigrant Entrepreneurs: Koreans in Los Angeles, Berkeley

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[Accessed 15.09. 2012]. Kellas, Anne. 2004. ‘The ‘white quartet’, and the new generation of South African writers?’ [Online]. Available: http://northline.blogspot.com/2004_08_01_ archive.html [Accessed 15.12. 2011]. Nuttall, Sarah. and Achille. Mbembe. 2008. Johannesburg. The Elusive Metropolis . Durham and London: Duke University Press Vladislavić, Ivan. 2007 (2006). Portrait with Keys . The City of Johannesburg Unlocked . London: Portobello. Warnes, Christopher. 2000. “Interview with Ivan Vladislavić” in Modern Fiction Studies, 46 (1), pp. 273-281.

promotion initiatives. The paper concludes with recommendations and by highlighting distinctive aspects of aerotropolis planning in South Africa against the background of the international experience. Ekurhuleni and O.R. Tambo Airport O.R. Tambo is South Africa’s leading gateway airport and services the country’s major economic heartland, the Gauteng City Region, which centres upon Johannesburg. The actual location of the airport is, however, just outside the boundaries of the metropolitan area of Johannesburg and falls within the adjacent metropolitan municipality of

Industrial Property Development in South Africa. In: Urbani Izziv, Vol .25 (Supplement), pp. S92-S103. Kaggwa, M., Mutanga, S.S., Nhamo, G. and Simelane, T., 2013: South Africa’s Green Economy Transition: Implications for Reorienting the Economy Towards a Low- Carbon Growth Trajectory. Johannesburg: South African Institute of International Affairs Occasional Paper 168. Kamarudin, N., Razak, S.M.A., Sapri, M., Mahamud, R., Daud, D. and Sipan, I., 2013: Green Property Management Practice in Malaysia. In: Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Business and Economic

References Antal, M., Nagy, K. & Bíró, L. (2003) National representative survey on secondary school students' eating habits and lifestyles. Medical Journal , 33, 1631-1636. Barna, M. (1996) Nutrition and Diet. Budapest: Medicina. Brundtland, G.H. (Chair) (1987) Our Common Future. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Orr, D. (1998) Opening speech of NAAEE Annual Conference in 1998. Environmental Communicator , 6-7 , 1-14. UNESCO (2002) Education on Sustainability From Rio to Johannesburg: Lessons Learnt from a Decade of Commitment. Paris. Harris, F. (ed