Dr Lisebo Tseane-Gumbi completed her PhD in Geography at the University of South Africa (UNISA), her thesis focused on social responsibility of the tourism businesses in South Africa. She completed her M-Tech in Tourism Management at Cape Penninsula University of Technology (CPUT). She also obtained both her Tourism Management B-Tech and Diploma in Tourism Management at CPUT. She is currently employed as a senior lecturer at North West University (NWU), Mahikeng Campus, responsible for post graduates and undergraduates studies.
Dr Duduzile Dlamini-Boemah has conducted research in both Environmental education and Tourism. Her area of interest is interpretive guiding for tourists. Academic knowledge and experience that she obtained throughout her University studies in environmental education, environmental management and ecotourism has enriched her expertise in interpretive guiding for tourists. Her PhD studies which focused on the factors that determine the interpretive effectiveness of ecotour guides in South African National Parks, exposed her to research on interpretive guiding in tourism.