1. Borstlap, H. & Saayman, M. Managing an art exhibition: more than just hanging art on walls. Journal of Contemporary Management, 13:793-817.  NWU-RO-2016-0817 
  2. Botha, E., Saayman, M. & Kruger M. 2016. Expectations versus experience - The Kruger National Park's interpretation services from a regional approach. Journal of Ecotourism, 15(2): 158-183. 
  3. Botha, E., Saayman, M. & Kruger, M. 2016. Clustering Kruger National Park visitors based on interpretation.    Journal of  Business Management, 24(2):75-88 
  4. Giampiccoli, A. & Saayman, M. 2016. Community-based tourism: from a local to a global push. Acta Commercii, 16(1): 1-10.  NWU_RO_2016_0747 
  5. Giampiccoli, A., Saayman, M. 2015. Community-based tourism and pro-poor tourism: dissimilar positioning in relation to community development. Journal for New Generation Science, 13(3): 163 - 181. NWU_RO_2016_0748 
  6. Giampiccoli, A., Saayman, M. and Jugmohan S. ‘Albergo Diffuso’ and Community-based tourism the answers to community development in South Africa? Development Southern Africa, 33(4): 548-561. 
  7. Hall , C.M.H., Dayal, N., Majstorović, D., Mills, H., Paul-Andrews, I.L., Wallace, C., & Truong, V.D.  2016. Accommodation Consumers and Providers’ Attitudes, Behaviours and Practices for Sustainability: A Systematic Review. Sustainability, 8(7), 625-655 
  8. NWU-RO-2016-0749 
  9. Hermann, U., Van der Merwe, P., Coetzee, W.J.L. & Saayman, M. 2016. Visitor motivational typology at Mapungubwe National Park and world heritage site. Acta Commercii, 6(1): 2413-1903. NWU_RO_2016_0750 
  10. Kruger, M., Myburgh, E. & Saayman, M. 2016. A motivation-based typology of road cyclists in the Cape Town Cycle tour South Africa. Journal of travel and tourism marketing, 33(3):380-403. NWU-RO-2016-0755 
  11. Kruger, M., Hallman, H. & Saayman, M. 2016. Mountain bikers’ intentions to return. South African Journal of Research In Sport Physical Education And Recreation, 38 (3): 95-111. 
  12. Kruger, M., Saayman, M. 2016. Understanding the Zion Christian Church (ZCC) Pilgrims International Journal of Tourism Research, 18:27-38. NWU-RO-2016-0756 
  13. Kruger, M. & Saayman, M. 2016 Consumer preferences of Generation Y: Evidence from live music tourism event performances in South Africa. Journal of Vacation Marketing, 21(4): 366-382. NWU-RO-2016-0757 
  14. Kruger, M. & Saayman, M. 2016. Experience-based typology of spectators at an international cricket sixes tournament. South African Journal for Research in sport, physical education and recreation, 38 (3): 91-112. NWU-RO-2016-0758 
  15. Kruger, M. & Saayman, M. 2016. Are you willing to pay more for the arts? Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences, 9(2): 392-408. NWU-RO-2016-0760 
  16. Kruger, M. & Saayman, M.  2016. A 3E typology of visitors at an electronic dance music festival. International Journal of Event and Festival Management, 7(3):219-236. 
  17. Kruger, M. & Saayman, M. 2016. Expenditure-based segmentation: A Case Analysis of attendees to a youth festival in South Africa. Tourism Review International, 20(2/3): 91-102. 
  18. Kruger, M. & Saayman, M. 2016. The dining and tipping behaviour of Black South Africans: a segmentation approach. Southern African Business Review, 20(1): 336-364. 
  19. Kruger, M., Viljoen, A. & Saayman, M. 2016. Who visits the Kruger National Park, and why? Identifying target markets. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 34(3): 312-340.  NWU-RO-2016-0759  
  20. Kruger, S., Sonono, E., 2016. Physical activity and, psychosomatic related health problems as correlates of quality of life amongst university students. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 26(4): 1-6. NWU-RO-2016-0762 
  21. Kruger, S., & Sonono, E. 2016. "Black gold": The relationship between leisure/sport and satisfaction with life. South African Journal for Research in Sport, Physical Education and Recreation, 38(2). 
  22. NWU-RO-2016-0765 
  23. Lucrezi, S., Saayman, M. & Van der Merwe P. 2016. An assessment tool for sandy beaches: A case study for integrating beach description, human dimension, and economic factors to identify priority management issues. Ocean and Coastal Management, 121: 1-22. NWU-RO-2016-0761 
  24. Lucrezi, S. & Van der Walt, M.F. 2016.  Beachgoers' perceptions of sandy beach conditions: demographic and attitudinal influences, and the implications for beach ecosystem management. Journal of Coastal Conservation, 20:81-96. NWU-RO-2016-0763 
  25. Mahachi-Chatibura, D. & Saayman, M. 2015. Local cuisine promotion: case study from key tourism stakeholders in Botswana. Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies, 3(3): 50-61. 
  26. Manners, B., Saayman, M. & Kruger, M. 2016. Managing live music performances: A demand & supply analysis. Event management, 20(2): 147-163.  Kort artikel 
  27. Manners, B., Borstlap, H. and Saayman, M., 2016. Is There More to A Visual Art Exhibition than just Art?. Contemporary Management Research, 12(4): 435-454. 
  28. Matikiti, R., Kruger, M. & Saayman, M. 2016. The usage of social media as a marketing tool in two Southern African countries. Development Southern Africa, 33(5):740-755. NWU-RO-2016-0816 
  29. Mbasera, M., Du Plessis, E., Saayman, M. & Kruger, M. Environmentally friendly practices in hotels. Acta Commercii, 16)1): 1-18. Student add  
  30. Mbasera, M., du Plessis, E., Saayman, M. & Kruger, M. Green management in hotels: a supply-side analysis. Journal of environmental management and tourism, 2(14); 206-217.student add 
  31. Naude, R., Kruger, S., De Beer, L.T., Saayman, M., & Jonker, J. 2016. The relationship between personality types and leisure time activities amongst Casino employees’ workplace expectations. SA Journal of Human Resource Management, 14(1): 1-11. NWU-RO-2016-0764 
  32. Naude, R., Kruger, S., Saayman, M., Jonker, C. & Uysal, M. 2016. Black Jack: Do company benefits and feelings have an impact on my happiness? Journal of Psychology in Africa, 26(4): 334-342. 
  33. Saayman, A. & Botha, I. 2016. Non-linear models for tourism demand forecasting. Tourism Economics.  
  34. Kort Artikel 
  35. Saayman, A., Figini, P. & Cassella, S. 2016. The influence of formal trade agreements and informal economic co-operation on international tourism flows. Tourism Economics, 22(6):1274-1300. 
  36. Saayman, M. 2016. Why does one volunteer in a conservation agency? Journal of Contemporary Management, 13:725-744. NWU-RO-2016-0807 
  37. Saayman, M. 2016. Who are the big tippers? Segmenting tippers based on their size of the tip. Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences, 9(2): 505-616. NWU-RO-2016-0808 
  38. Saayman, M. & Giampiccoli, A. 2016. Community-based and pro-poor tourism: Initial assessment of their relation to community development.  The European Journal of Tourism Research, 12: 145-190. NWU-RO-2016-0809 
  39. Saayman, M. & Klaibor, C.E. 2016. Critical success factors of the management of 4x4 ecotrails. South African Business Management.47(3): 45-54. 
  40. Saayman, M., Krugell, W.F. & Saayman, A. 2016. Willingness to pay: who are the cheap talkers? Annals of Tourism Research,  56(): 96-111. NWU-RO-2016-0810 
  41. Saayman, M., Krugell, W.F. & Saayman, A. 2016. Characterisation of cyclists’ willingness to pay for green initiatives at Africa’s largest cycle tour, South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences,  19(3): 432-447. NWU-RO-2016-0811 
  42. Saayman, M., & Saayman, A. 2016. Clustering attendees at the Philharmonic Orchestra Summer festival. Leisure Studies, 35(3): 314-331. NWU-RO-2016-0812 
  43. Saayman, M. & Viljoen, A.H. 2016. Who is wild enough to hike a wilderness trail? Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 14:41-51. NWU-RO-2016-0813 
  44. Schlacher TA, Lucrezi S, Connolly RM, Peterson CH, Gilby BL, Maslo B, Olds AD, Walker SJ, Leon JX, Huijbers CM, Weston MA, Turra A, Hyndes GA, Holt RA, Schoeman DS. 2016. Human threats to sandy beaches: A meta-analysis of ghost crabs illustrates global anthropogenic impacts. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science,169: 56- 73. 
  45. Schlacher TA, Lucrezi S, Peterson, C.H., Connolly RM, Olds AD, Althaus, F., Glenn, A.H., Maslo, B.,  Leon JX, Weston MA, Lastra, M., Williams, A. & Schoeman DS. 2016. Estimating animal populations and body sizes from burrows: Marine ecologists have their heads buried in the sand. Journal of sea research, 112: 55-64. 
  46. Schoeman, K., Van Der Merwe, P. & Slabbert, E. 2016. The perceived value of a scuba diving experience. Journal of Coastal Research 
  47. Scholtz, M. & Slabbert, E. 2016. The relevance of the tangible and intangible social impacts of tourism on selected South African communities. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 14(2):107-128. NWU-RO-2016-0814 
  48. Truong, D. & Hall, C.M. 2016. Exploring the Poverty Reduction Potential of Social Marketing in Tourism Development. ASEAS – Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, 8(2), 125-142. NWU-RO-2016-0815 
  49. Truong, V.D., Dang, N.V.H., & Hall, C.M. 2016. The marketplace management of illegal elixirs: illicit consumption of rhino horn. Consumption markets & Culture, 19(4): 353-369. 
  50. Truong, V.D., & Hall, C.M. 2016. "Corporate social marketing in tourism: to sleep or not to sleep with the enemy?." Journal of Sustainable Tourism (2016): 1-19.