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Inequality in South Africa's politicised wilderness: Are government-led skills programmes shifting the power base or bolstering the status quo?

  • Published on October 30, 2019
This document contains an abridged overview of my master's dissertation research and methodology, which was awarded first-class honours (83%) - King's College London, Department of Geography. The research consulted students, program facilitators, and safari lodge employers to examine the efficacy of government-led skills programmes in empowering local communities in South Africa's wildlife economy.
This qualitative research contributes to a body of knowledge surrounding social equity in post-colonial conservation areas of sub-Saharan Africa.

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