Thursday, 12 August 2021 17:48

TOURISM

2021

Unforeseen Occurence - Covid 19 Pandemic and its influence on the Tourism Industry of South Africa

1.1 Study the graph obtained from Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) below and answer the questions that follow.

1.1.1 Determine the FOUR months in which overseas tourists spent the highest number of days in South Africa. (4)
1.1.3 Suggest ONE reason for the trend displayed during the period April to September 2020. (2)
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1.2 1.2 Study the statistics in the table below and answer the questions that follow.

 TOTAL NUMBER OF FOREIGN TRAVELERS AND SOUTH AFRICAN RESIDENTS BY YEAR OF TRAVEL, 2016-2020 Year South African residents Foreign travellers Arrivals Departures Transits Total Arrivals Departures Transits Total 2016 5 477 607 5 550 904 9855 11 038 366 16 158 419 14 631 003 823 974 31 613 396 2017 5 785 699 5 785 699 9617 11 508 449 15 990 598 14 553 540 753 433 31 297 571 2018 5 936 987 6 014 912 9511 11 961 401 15 939 855 14 264 702 751 197 30 955 754 2019 6 003 568 6 076 274 9777 12 089 619 15 825 296 14 043 589 811 663 30 680 548 2020 1 828 049 1 623 702 1956 3 453 707 4 586 387 4 115 835 140 871 8 843 093

1.2.1 Refer to South African residents:

1. Determine the number of departures of South African residents in 2019. (2)
2. Determine the number of departures of South African residents in 2020. (2)
3. Calculate the percentage decrease in the number of departures of South African residents in 2020 when compared to 2019. Show ALL steps of your calculation. (4)

1.2.2 Refer to foreign travellers:

1. Determine the number of foreign arrivals to South Africa in 2019. (2)
2. Determine the number of foreign arrivals to South Africa in 2020. (2)
3. Calculate the percentage decrease in the number of foreign arrivals to South Africa in 2020 when compared to 2019.
Show ALL steps of your calculation. (4)

1.2.3 Refer to your answers to QUESTIONS 1.2.1 (c) and 1.2.2 (c).
Write a paragraph explaining your findings. (4)
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1.3 Study the table below showing the income of the food and beverage sector in South Africa during 2019 and 2020 and answer the questions that follow.

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 ANNUAL INCOME OF THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE SECTOR IN SOUTH AFRICA 2019 AND 2020 Categories of Food and Beverages Jan-Dec 20 Jan – Dec 19 Catering services (R million) 4 426.40 8 473.50 Take-away and Fast-Food Outlets (R million) 14 477.90 18 411.10 Restaurants and Coffee Shops (R million) 14 802.30 29 742 Total Industry (R million) 33 706.60 56626.60

1.3.1 Use the information in the table above to draw a pie chart of the annual income of the Food and Beverage Sector during 2020 according to the criteria below. Show all your calculations. Use the pie chart example provided to guide your answer.

• Calculate the percentage earned by Catering Services (3)
• Calculate the percentage earned by Take-away and Fast-Food outlets (3)
• Calculate the percentage earned by Restaurants and Coffee Shops (3)
• Organize and present your data in a pie chart to show each of the percentages as a slice of the pie chart (5)
• Create a legend for your pie chart (2)
Example:

1.3.2

1. Determine the Food and Beverage category that showed the largest decline in 2020 when compared to 2019. (2)
2. Give ONE reason to motivate your answer to QUESTION 1.3.2 (a). (2)
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TOTAL: 50

Name of learner: ________________________________________ Grade: ____

T = Teacher / M = Moderator

 Question 1.1 INTERPRETATION OF A GRAPH [8] Criteria 0 1 2 3 4 T M 1.1.1 Determine the FOUR months in which overseas tourists spent the highest number of days in South Africa NO months are correctly determined. ONE month is correctly determined. TWO months are correctly determined. THREE months are correctly determined. FOUR months are correctly determined. Criteria 0 1 2 T M 1.1.2 Provide ONE reason foryour answer to QUESTION 1.1.1 No reason is given, or the reason given is incorrect. One vague reason is given. One meaningful reason is given. Criteria 0 1 2 T M 1.1.3 Suggest ONE reason for the trend displayed during the period April to September 2020. No reason or ONE incorrect reason for the trend is suggested. ONE vague reason is given. ONE meaningful reason for the trend is suggested.