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    "name" => "Ngoni C Shereni"
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      <p>Ngoni C. Shereni holds a PhD in Tourism and Hospitality from the University of Johannesburg of South Africa. He is an early career researcher focusing on sustainability and climate change issues in the tourism industry. His research interests are in climate change, sustainable tourism, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), gender equality and Community-based Natural Resources Management (CBNRM) practices, nature-based tourism, urban tourism and disruptive technologies among others.</p>\r\n
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      <p><br />\r\n
      <strong>Qualifications</strong><br />\r\n
      PhD Tourism and Hospitality (University of Johannesburg- 2022)<br />\r\n
      Climate Friendly Travel Diploma (Malta Institute of Tourism Studies (2022)<br />\r\n
      Further Education Trainers&rsquo; Diploma (Mutare Polytechnic- 2015)<br />\r\n
      Master of Commerce in Tourism and Hospitality Management (Midlands State University-2015)<br />\r\n
      Bachelor of Science in Tourism and Hospitality Management (University of Zimbabwe-2009)</p>\r\n
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      <p><strong>Recent Publications</strong><br />\r\n
      Kaunda, B. E., &amp;amp; Shereni, N. C. (2024). Gender equality and sustainability in the tourism industry:Feminist perspectives.&nbsp;Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality &amp;amp; Tourism,&nbsp;23(1), 149-169. https://doi.org/10.1080/15332845.2023.2253685<br />\r\n
      Shereni, N. C., &amp;amp; Rogerson, C. M. (2023). Sustainability Practices in the Hospitality Sector of Zimbabwe: a Spatial View.&nbsp;Studia Periegetica,&nbsp;43(3), 87-106. https://orcid.org 0000-0003-0074-9559<br />\r\n
      Shereni, N.C., Mutana-Simango, S., Gango, M.T. (2023). Religious Tourism: Exploring Experiences of Spirituality, Place Attachment, and Well-Being in Zimbabwe. In: Counted, V., Ramkissoon, H., Captari, L.E., Cowden, R.G. (eds) Place, Spirituality, and Well-Being. Religion, Spirituality and Health: A Social Scientific Approach, vol 7. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org 10.1007/978-3-031-39582-6_15<br />\r\n
      Shereni, N.C. (2023). Climate Change Disclosures by Hotels in the Global South. African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, 12(5SE):1797-1805. https://doi.org/10.46222/ajhtl.19770720.467<br />\r\n
      Murima, S. &amp;amp; Shereni, N.C. (2023). Stakeholders&rsquo; Perspectives of Domestic Tourism Revival in Namibia amidst the Covid-19 Pandemic. African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, 12(3):<br />\r\n
      848-862. https://doi.org/10.46222/ajhtl.19770720.403</p>
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      <p>Ngoni C. Shereni holds a PhD in Tourism and Hospitality from the University of Johannesburg of South Africa. He is an early career researcher focusing on sustainability and climate change issues in the tourism industry. His research interests are in climate change, sustainable tourism, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), gender equality and Community-based Natural Resources Management (CBNRM) practices, nature-based tourism, urban tourism and disruptive technologies among others.</p>\r\n
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      <strong>Qualifications</strong><br />\r\n
      PhD Tourism and Hospitality (University of Johannesburg- 2022)<br />\r\n
      Climate Friendly Travel Diploma (Malta Institute of Tourism Studies (2022)<br />\r\n
      Further Education Trainers&rsquo; Diploma (Mutare Polytechnic- 2015)<br />\r\n
      Master of Commerce in Tourism and Hospitality Management (Midlands State University-2015)<br />\r\n
      Bachelor of Science in Tourism and Hospitality Management (University of Zimbabwe-2009)</p>\r\n
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      Kaunda, B. E., &amp;amp; Shereni, N. C. (2024). Gender equality and sustainability in the tourism industry:Feminist perspectives.&nbsp;Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality &amp;amp; Tourism,&nbsp;23(1), 149-169. https://doi.org/10.1080/15332845.2023.2253685<br />\r\n
      Shereni, N. C., &amp;amp; Rogerson, C. M. (2023). Sustainability Practices in the Hospitality Sector of Zimbabwe: a Spatial View.&nbsp;Studia Periegetica,&nbsp;43(3), 87-106. https://orcid.org 0000-0003-0074-9559<br />\r\n
      Shereni, N.C., Mutana-Simango, S., Gango, M.T. (2023). Religious Tourism: Exploring Experiences of Spirituality, Place Attachment, and Well-Being in Zimbabwe. In: Counted, V., Ramkissoon, H., Captari, L.E., Cowden, R.G. (eds) Place, Spirituality, and Well-Being. Religion, Spirituality and Health: A Social Scientific Approach, vol 7. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org 10.1007/978-3-031-39582-6_15<br />\r\n
      Shereni, N.C. (2023). Climate Change Disclosures by Hotels in the Global South. African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, 12(5SE):1797-1805. https://doi.org/10.46222/ajhtl.19770720.467<br />\r\n
      Murima, S. &amp;amp; Shereni, N.C. (2023). Stakeholders&rsquo; Perspectives of Domestic Tourism Revival in Namibia amidst the Covid-19 Pandemic. African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, 12(3):<br />\r\n
      848-862. https://doi.org/10.46222/ajhtl.19770720.403</p>
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