INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION
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|B||Map Work and Tour Planning; Foreign Exchange||50||50|
|C|| Tourism Attractions; Culture and Heritage |
|D|| Tourism Sectors; Sustainable and Responsible |
|E|| Domestic, Regional and International Tourism; |
Communication and Customer Care
SECTION A: SHORT QUESTIONS
1.1 Various options are provided as possible answers to the following questions.Choose the answer and write only the letter (A–D) next to the question numbers (1.1.1 to 1.1.20) in the ANSWER BOOK, e.g. 1.1.21 D.
1.1.1 A plan used to make a journey logical and timesaving:
1.1.2 A … itinerary is designed according to a tourist's needs.
1.1.3 Tourists are vulnerable to crime-related incidents. As a safety precaution at the airport, tourists must …
1.1.4 Preventative advice given by travel clinics to tourists travelling to destinations with extremely high temperatures:
1.1.5 A document required when obtaining an international driving permit (IDP):
1.1.6 The Berlin Wall was built to divide this country into west and east:
1.1.7 The statue of Christ The Redeemer and the Vatican City have the following in common: Both …
1.1.8 The Fossil Hominid Sites of South Africa consist of three sites called the Makapan Valley, the Taung Skull Fossil Site and the …
1.1.9 The Vredefort Dome World Heritage Site meets this UNESCO criterion:
1.1.10 Marketing South Africa internationally will lead to a/an …
1.1.11 This factor contributes to the professional image of an employee working in the tourism industry:
1.1.12 A reason why people may want to apply for jobs in the airline industry:
1.1.13 The image below shows internet-based platforms where tourism businesses have an online presence. These platforms are known
1.1.14 This document guides staff on the expected behaviour in the performance of their duties and staff members faced with ethical
1.1.15 The manner in which a company presents its products to customers, which will contribute to a professional image:
1.1.16 The year 2020 had unprecedented (never experienced before) political and social uprisings. This type of occurrence is referred to
as a …
1.1.17 A negative impact of Covid-19 on major soccer events:
1.1.18 Participating countries took this decision to prevent the spread of Covid-19 during the World Economic Forum (WEF) in January 2021:
1.1.19 African land markets refer to inbound tourists arriving …
1.1.20 An example of an electronic customer feedback tool:
1.2 Give ONE travel document for EACH of the following descriptions by choosing a word/term from the list below. Write only the word/term next to the question numbers (1.2.1 to 1.2.5) in the ANSWER BOOK, e.g. 1.2.6 tourist activities.
| health certificate; passport; PPE; tourist visa; PDP; |
Covid-19 test; tax certificate; transit visa; Schengen Visa
1.2.1 A tourist will need this document to do sightseeing at a stopover city en route to the final-destination country
1.2.2 This document for tourists provides evidence of vaccination against yellow fever
1.2.3 This document issued by the Department of Home Affairs allows South Africans to travel internationally
1.2.4 Countries would require these results from tourists travelling internationally during the 2020–2021 global pandemic
1.2.5 This document may be required to allow certain countries entrance to Europe (5 x 1) (5)
1.3 Choose the correct word(s) from those given in brackets. Write only the word(s) next to the question numbers (1.3.1 to 1.3.5) in the ANSWER BOOK, e.g. 1.3.6 passport.
1.3.1 Good (environmental/social) practices include resource and waste management.
1.3.2 The responsible attitude of a tourism business towards the people and environment it affects, is referred to as (CSI/GDP).
1.3.3 Tourism companies that conduct business in a sustainable manner may be certified by (FTT/TGCSA).
1.3.4 (Environmentally/Politically)-conscious tourists support businesses who subscribe to the three pillars of the TBL.
1.3.5 The procurement of local goods and services by tourism companies contributes to (wellness programmes/economic growth) in the local area. (5 x 1) (5)
1.4 Choose a term in COLUMN B that matches the basic conditions of employment in COLUMN A. Write only the letter (A–G) next to the question numbers (1.4.1 to 1.4.5) in the ANSWER BOOK, e.g. 1.4.6 H.
|COLUMN A||COLUMN B|
| 1.4.1 The salary an employee receives for work done |
1.4.2 A contribution made by an employer so that an employee appears presentable at work,
according to the business policy
1.4.3 The decision made by a business when employees are no longer required to fulfil their duties
1.4.4 The contractual time an employee must be present at the place of employment
1.4.5 The key responsibilities of an employee while at work
| A working hours |
B core duties
E termination of service
G uniform allowances
(5 x 1) (5)
1.5 Read the scenario below and answer the question that follows.
Mr Xondo won R10 million in the South African National Lottery. He has never travelled before and his dream has always been to stop working and travelling around the world. He will plan his own trip. He therefore has to consider the following steps of the travel planning process when compiling (putting together) his itinerary:
Mr Xondo needs help with the correct order of the planning process for his world trip.
Write the FIVE steps in the CORRECT logical order in the ANSWER BOOK.
Example: STEP 6 – Posting photos of the trip on social media (5 x 1) (5)
TOTAL SECTION A: 40
SECTION B: MAP WORK AND TOUR PLANNING; FOREIGN EXCHANGE
2.1 Read the case study below and answer the questions that follow.
|WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION AND TIKTOK* JOIN FORCES|
The World Health Organisation (WHO) is trying to reach as many people as possible with accurate information on the Covid-19 pandemic. They have partnered with various social media platforms, such as TikTok, to stop the spread of misinformation occurring online.
The World Health Organisation is working towards:
Google, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are also being used by the WHO to fight off misinformation. The WHO is convinced that TikTok will effectively communicate informational content on the pandemic based on its current worldwide popularity.
2.1.1 From the case study above, state the World Health Organisation's main role in the Covid-19 pandemic. (2)
2.1.2 Name TWO social media platforms (apart from TikTok) that the World Health Organisation is using to update the global nation on
the virus. (4)
2.1.3 Explain TWO reasons why the World Health Organisation is confident that joining forces with TikTok will assist in educating the
world on the virus. (4)
2.2 Refer to the information and pictures below and answer the questions that follow.
2.2.1 Choose FOUR duty-free items from the options given above that Jerome will be permitted to bring into South Africa.
Write only the letters (A–F) in your ANSWER BOOK. (4)
2.2.2 Give the approved allowances (quantities) for any TWO of the permitted items chosen in QUESTION 2.2.1. (4)
2.2.3 The items selected in QUESTION 2.2.1 fall within the duty-free allowances.
Name the channel Jerome must pass through after collecting his luggage. (2)
2.3 Study the World Time Zone map and the information below and answer the questions that follow.
|ON MY WAY …|
| Mrs Abadi flew from OR Tambo International Airport (Johannesburg) to Tullamarine International Airport (Melbourne, Australia) to attend the wedding of her niece. The flight had a stopover at Changi International Airport in Singapore. |
2.3.1 Calculate the time in Singapore when Mrs Abadi departed from OR Tambo International Airport at 10:00 on 10 August.
Show ALL calculations. (3)
2.3.2 Calculate Mrs Abadi's time of departure from Changi International Airport on 11 August.
Show ALL calculations. (4)
2.3.3 Calculate Mrs Abadi's time of arrival at Tullamarine International Airport in Melbourne.
Show ALL calculations. (5)
2.4 Mrs Abadi experienced the following symptoms during the first few days in Melbourne after her long-haul flight.
2.4.1 Identify the travel-related condition that Mrs Abadi experienced. (2)
2.4.2 Recommend ONE way in which Mrs Abadi could overcome the symptoms of the travel-related condition above. (2)
3.1 Read the information, study the exchange rate table below and answer the questions that follow.
|Laila visited her sister in Los Angeles in the USA. She saved R20 000 for her holiday.|
| EXCHANGE RATE |
|United States of America||USD||15.97||16.87|
3.1.1 Use the exchange rate table above to calculate the amount in US dollars that Laila had saved for her holiday. Round off your
answer to TWO decimal places. (3)
|On the last day of shopping, Laila had to choose between two Lakers basketball jackets for her son. She sent a picture on WhatsApp of both jackets for her son to make the final choice. She had USD303,50 left to spend.|
3.1.2 Laila's son chose Jacket A.
Calculate the amount in rand she had left after she had purchased Jacket A. Round off your answer to TWO decimal places. (5)
3.2 Study the information below and answer the question that follows.
Covid-19 resulted in a steep decline in the South African economy.
Discuss ONE impact of the weakening GDP on the South African economy. (2)
TOTAL SECTION B: 50
SECTION C : TOURISM ATTRACTIONS; CULTURE AND HERITAGE TOURISM; MARKETING
4.1 Study the icons and statistics below and answer the questions that follow.
|The majority of the 13 million tourists that visit this icon each year are domestic tourists. Three million cross the border from the United States and one million are international tourists.|
|Approximately 20 million tourists visit this city annually and this number increases each year. This city is built on 118 small islands with water canals instead of roads.|
|More than 10,9 million tourists visit this art centre in the harbour city annually|
4.1.2 Refer to the visitor numbers of icon A.
Identify the main source market visiting this icon. (2)
4.1.3 Compare the visitor numbers for icons B and C.
Give ONE reason why icon B is more popular than icon C. (2)
4.2 Read the case study below and answer the questions that follow.
|IMPROVING TOURISM AT AN ANCIENT SITE|
[Adapted from www.enterprise-press.com]
4.2.2 Explain ONE reason why the Great Pyramids of Giza are considered a burial site. (2)
4.2.3 Complete the statement: The body of the Sphinx is in the shape of a … (2)
4.2.4 The Great Pyramids can be operated as a successful tourist attraction.
Discuss TWO examples EACH of how:
4.2.5 From the case study, provide evidence that the Great Pyramids:
Study the following information and answer the questions that follow:
[Adapted from www.iol.co.za and www.timeslive.co.za]
5.1 Name the province in which the iSimangaliso Wetland Park is located. (1)
5.2 Choose the correct type of World Heritage Site in brackets:
iSimangaliso Wetland Park is a (natural/cultural/mixed) World Heritage Site. (1)
5.3 Sand that blocked the river and lake from flowing into the sea was removed in January 2021.
5.3.1 Name the organisation responsible for World Heritage Sites that might be concerned about the January activities at the iSimangaliso
Wetland Park. (2)
5.3.2 Explain ONE reason why the organisation named in QUESTION 5.3.1 will be concerned with these activities. (2)
5.3.3 Discuss TWO ways in which the removal of the sand to open up the river mouth will benefit the local tourism industry around the
iSimangaliso Wetland Park. (4)
5.4 Name the other World Heritage Site located in the same province as the iSimangaliso Wetland Park. (2)
Study the information and the online page below to answer the questions that follow.
[Adapted from www.mediaxpose.co.za]
6.1 Identify the organisation responsible for reigniting the local tourism industry through innovative marketing of South Africa as an international destination of choice. (2)
6.2 Explain TWO ways in which the online exhibition will fulfil the core function of coordinating marketing activities. (4)
6.3 Identify ONE branding strategy on the online page above. (2)
6.4 Branding and online marketing are expensive.
Discuss ONE way in which the organisation identified in QUESTION 6.1 receives private-sector funding. (2)
TOTAL SECTION C: 50
SECTION D: TOURISM SECTORS; SUSTAINABLE AND RESPONSIBLE TOURISM
7.1 Study the information below and answer the questions that follow.
7.1.1 Explain what is meant by the image of a business. (2)
7.1.2 From the extract above, identify the term that is used to describe acceptable online behaviour. (2)
7.1.3 Discuss ONE consequence for a business if it disregards the importance of its professional online presence. (2)
7.2 Read the extract below and answer the questions that follow.
SOCIAL MEDIA DISPUTE
Mr Williams was given written warnings, but continued to make comments
[Source: Own source]
7.2.1 Explain how Mr Williams was in violation of the hotel's social media policy. (2)
7.2.2 Mr Williams' social media friend (work colleague) reported his posts to the hotel management.
If had you been in the same position at work, would you also have reported Mr Williams' conduct? Choose from YES or NO.
Give TWO reasons for your answer. (4)
7.2.3 The value of a code of conduct is to create a cooperative, collaborative atmosphere that promotes integrity in the workplace.
Explain THREE ways in which the hotel's code of conduct served its purpose in the scenario above. (6)
8.1 Study the sustainability initiative, RAIN, of an international beverage company and answer the questions that follow.
[Adapted from https://wash4work.org]
Adapted from www.coca-colacompany.com/sustainable-business]
8.1.1 Name the pillar of the triple bottom line practised by RAIN, the international beverage company in the extract above. (2)
8.1.2 Explain ONE reason why this initiative could be considered the beverage company's CSI initiative. (2)
8.2.1 The beverage company focuses on THREE key areas in their RAIN Water for Schools initiative in South Africa.
In a paragraph, discuss the benefits of these key areas for the schools.
Your paragraph must include the following key focus areas:
8.2.2 Give your opinion on why the beverage company built 5 000 hand-washing stations during the Covid-19 pandemic, as opposed
to simply handing out sanitisers to communities. (2)
SECTION E: DOMESTIC, REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL TOURISM; COMMUNICATION AND CUSTOMER CARE
9.1 Study the information below taken from the TBCSA's Covid-19 protocols for the tourism industry and answer the questions that follow.
|The tourism business council of South Africa (TBCSA) compiled Covid-19 protocols for all tourism businesses in order to standardise safety measures and operational procedures to protect staff and customers and to shield the sector from economic ruin.|
|COVID-19 PROTOCOLS FOR THE TOURISM INDUSTRY|
|FOR CUSTOMERS||FOR STAFF|
| || |
[Adapted from www.tourism.gov.za]
9.1.1 Name the type of unforeseen occurrence caused by Covid-19. (2)
9.1.2 Explain why the TBCSA had to specify these protocols for tourism businesses. (2)
9.1.3 Name FOUR protocols in the information above that would impact the staff at tourism businesses. (4)
9.1.4 Discuss TWO ways in which the protocol of access and capacity controls (compulsory screening and limiting numbers) had negative
consequences for the accommodation sector. (4)
9.2 Give TWO reasons why host countries insist on proof of a negative Covid-19 test result before allowing tourists to enter their country. (4)
9.3 Study the information on South Africa's foreign tourist arrivals below and answer the questions that follows.
9.3.1 Identify the trend in all the inbound tourist markets in South Africa in 2020. (2)
9.3.2 In a paragraph, recommend FOUR ways in which SATourism can rejuvenate and reignite the tourism industry to recover from the
Covid-19 crisis. (8)
Study the picture below and answer the questions that follow.
[Adapted from: www.tbcsa.travel]
10.1 Name the application (app) in the picture above that will be useful to customers during Covid-19 conditions. (2)
10.2 Explain ONE reason why tourists will react positively to the app named in QUESTION 10.1. (2)
TOTAL SECTION E: 30
GRAND TOTAL: 200