Dr. Kamilla Swart

Professor

Area of Research Interest

  • Sport management
  • Sport tourism
  • Event management

Journal Articles

  1. Maralack, D., Swart, K. & Bob, U. 2017. Development of a standardised methodology for event impact assessments in the Western Cape, South Africa. African Journal for Physical Activity and Health Sciences, 23(1): 184-197.
  2. Swart, K., George, R., Kassens, J. & Sneyd, C. 2017. The 2014 FIFA World Cup: Tourists’ satisfaction levels and likelihood of repeat visitation to Rio de Janeiro. Journal of Destination Marketing and Management, [Online]. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jdmm.2017.01.001
  3. Ntloko, N. & Swart, K. 2016. Reflections on government engaging business in planning initiatives for the 2010 FIFA World Cup: a case of a non-host area. African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism & Leisure, 5 (3): [Online]. Avalable: http://www.ajhtl.com/uploads/7/1/6/3/7163688/article_13_vol_5__3_final.pdf
  4. Muresherwa, G., Swart, K. & Daniels, T, 2015. The media impact of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in selected tourism markets. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPERD): Supplement1(21): 180-190.
  5. Ismail, S & Swart, K. 2015. Local residents' perceptions of the socio-economic impacts of the Breedekloof outdoor and wine festival, Western Cape, South Africa. AJPERD: Supplement 1(2): 99-110.
  6. Knott, B., Swart, K. & Visser, S. 2015. The impact of sport mega-events on the quality of life of host city residents: reflections on the 2010 FIFA World Cup. African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism & Leisure, 4 (special edition); 1-16.
  7. George, R. & Swart, K. Tourists’ perceptions of London, United Kingdom, as a safe host city during the 2012 Olympic Games. Journal of Tourism & Travel Marketing, 32(3): 1117-1132.
  8. Tichaawa, T., Moshoeshoe, M.C., Swart, K. & Mhlangu, 2015. Nelson Mandela Bay residents’ perceptions of the 2010 FIFA World Cup: pre- and post-event comparisons. African Journal of Tourism, Hospitality & Leisure, 4(2): 548-556.

Book Chapters

  1. Swart, K. 2017. Reflections on the legacy of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. In L.J. Mataruna-Dos-Santos & B. Gama-Pena (eds.). Mega events footprints: Past, present and future: 460-472, Engenho: Rio de Janeiro.
  2. Swart, K. 2017. The Rugby World Cup as a global mega-event. In J. Nauright & T. Collins (eds.). The rugby world in the professional era: 108-118, Routledge: Oxon, UK.
  3. Swart, K. 2016. Mega Sport Events. In Byers, T. (ed.). Contemporary issues in sport management: A Critical Introduction: 191-203, Sage Publications: London.
  4. Swart, K., Bob, U. & Allen, D. 2015. A stakeholder analysis of the governance of the 2010 FIFA World CupTM: A case study of the City of Cape Town. In Holt, R. & Ruta, D (ed.) Routledge handbook of sport and legacy: Meeting the challenge of major sports events: 70-81, Routledge: New York.

Conference Presentations/ Invited speaker/ Moderator

  1. Swart, K. Cities as sport tourism destinations through offering of world-class sporting facilities and amenities. South African Sport and Recreation Conference (SASReCon): Deepening Information and Knowledge Sharing in Sports. 3-6 October 2017, Potchefstroom, South Africa. (invited speaker)
  2. Lohmann, P. Knott, B. Swart, K., Zouain, D.M., De Laurentis, G., Virkii, K. & Martelotte, M.C. 2017. Residents’ perceptions of the tangible and intangible impacts of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and the implications for host city mega-event stakeholders. European Association of Sport Management (EASM) Conference. 5 – 8 September 2017. Bern and Magglingen, Switzerland.
  3. Bek, D., Merindino, A., Swart, K. & Timms, G. The Football Foundation of South Africa: Creating a multi-dimensional and enduring legacy for FIFA 2010. 11th Sports Africa Conference: Sporting Subalternities and Social Justice. 10-12 April 2017, Bloemfontein.
    http://sportinafrica.org/conference/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/SportsAfrica2017ConferenceBooklet.pdf
  4. Swart, K. National event impact evaluation framework. Tourism Educators South Africa (TESA) Conference. 21 – 23 September 2016. Cape Town. (invited speaker)
  5. Gonzales, R., Luque, A. & Swart, K. Progress in sports tourism epistemology. TESA Conference. 21 – 23 September 2016. Cape Town.
  6. Ismail, S., Swart, K., & Ntloko, N. 2016. The impact of an outdoor and wine festival on established businesses in the Breede Valley region, Western Cape, South Africa. TESA Conference. 21 – 23 September 2016. Cape Town.
  7. Mboumba, G., Tichaawa, T. & Swart, K. The tourism impacts of the 2012 Confederation of African Football (CAF) Nations Cup in Gabon. TESA Conference. 21 – 23 September 2016. Cape Town.
  8. Muresherwa, G., Swart, K., & Daniels, T. 2016. The media impact of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in selected markets. TESA Conference. 21 – 23 September 2016. Cape Town.
  9. Muresherwa, G., Ismail, S., Hemmonsbey, J., Swart, K. & Daniels, T. 2016. The use of liquor in sport stadia: a case study of a major rugby stadium in Cape Town. TESA Conference. 21 – 23 September 2016. Cape Town.
  10. Odounga, D. & Swart, K. Sport events as catalysts for tourism and hospitality development in Gabon. TESA Conference. 21 – 23 September 2016. Cape Town.
  11. Swart, K. Growing golf tourism in South Africa. African Golf Summit. 29-30 August 2016, Johannesburg. (invited speaker)
  12. Swart, K. IOC Commission on sustainability and legacy workshop. 8th International Sport Business Symposium, 16 August, Rio de Janeiro (invited workshop participant)
  13. Swart, K. Revisiting the 2010 FIFA World Cup Research Agenda. International Science and Football Association (ASAFA), 19-25 March, Doha.
  14. Swart, K. Promoting South Africa’s golf tourism products. SETE Conference. 28-29 October 2015, Pretoria. (invited speaker and moderator)
  15. Swart, K. Lessons from the past: Challenges for the future. Tourism 20:20. Institute for Tourism Studies. 12 October 2015, Macau. (invited speaker)
  16. Swart, K. The Rugby World Cup as a mega-event. The World in Union, Rugby, past, present and future Conference. 10-12 September 2015, Brighton, UK. (invited speaker)
  17. Daniels, T., Hemmonsbey, J., Ismail, S., Muresherwa, G. & Swart, K. The use of liquor in sport stadia: a case of a major rugby stadium in Cape Town. The World in Union: Rugby, past, present, future Conference, 10-12 September 2015, Brighton, UK.

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