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Research Excellence

Botswana Accountancy College continues to enhance the quality of education through rigorous engagement in research. BAC would like to congratulate its researchers who participated in the 1st International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities (ICSH, 2014) and who have published their work in the internationally accredited journal of the European Institute. The conference was hosted by BAC in partnership with European Scientific Institute and University of Portugal.

 

Dr Lisbon Ketshabile

Tourism Specialist
Rating: Internationally acclaimed Researcher

Dr Ketshabile’s area of research is Tourism entrepreneurship, Tourism and HIV & AIDs and he is an expert in Tourism. His contribution in the ICSH was on the topic “Tourism development as an economic diversification strategy in the wake of high prevalence of HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa”, which was well received.

 

Dr Byron Brown

Business Leadership and Management Specialist
Rating: Internationally acclaimed Researcher

Dr Brown’s area of research is Informal Sector Business development, Employee change and engagement, and he is an expert in Business Leadership and Management. His contribution in the ICSH was on the topic “Manifestations of service culture among street vendors in Botswana”, which was well received.

 

Dr Tapiwa Gande

Chartered Accountant, Leadership and Management Specialist
Rating: Internationally acclaimed Researcher

Dr Gande’s area of research is Corporate Governance, Strategy and Privatisation; Leadership and Accounting. He is an expert in Accountancy, Management and Leadership. His contribution in the ICSH was on the topic “Professional accountants’ perceptions of servant-leadership: Contexts, roles and cultures” which was well received.

 

Dr Wilbert. R. Mutoko

Business Leadership and Management Specialist
Rating: Emerging Researcher

Mr Mutoko’s area of research is Business Leadership, Business Management, Personal Finance and he is an expert in Business Management. His contribution in the ICSH was on the topic “Challenges of access to markets and opportunities for SMMEs in Botswana”, which was well received.

 

Mrs Mercy Manhatoma

Tourism specialist
Rating: Emerging researcher

Mrs Manhatoma’s area of research is Sustainable Tourism and she is an expert in Tourism. Her contribution in the ICSH was on the topic “Achieving sustainability in the hospitality industry through the use of effective human resources policies and practices”, which was well received.

 

Mr Simon Chuitsi

Tourism Specialist
Rating: Emerging Researcher

Mr Chuutsi’s area of research is Sustainable Tourism, Tourism Geography and he is an expert in Tourism. His contribution in the ICSH was on the topic “Transfrontier conservation, livelihoods and sustainable tourism: A review of community perceptions of the value of the great Limpopo trans frontier conservation area (GLTFCA)”, which was well received.

 

Mrs Virginial Ndung’u

Business and Human Resources Management specialist
Rating: Emerging researcher

Mrs Ndungu’s area of research is Graduate Employability, Training Effectiveness and she is an expert in Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour. Her contribution in the ICSH was on the topic “An investigation into the influence of culture on employability and work ethic and the role of tertiary educators in graduate preparedness in Botswana”, which was well received.

 

Mr Mokgalo Lelokwane

Tourism Specialist
Rating: Emerging Researcher

Mr Lelokwane’s area of research is Sustainable Tourism, and he is an expert in Tourism. His contribution in the ICSH was on the topic “Exploitation of renewable energy in the hospitality sector: Case studies of Gaborone Sun and the Cumberland hotel in Botswana”, which was well received.