The Management of Sport In South Africa
About the Editors
Prof Wim Hollander is an emeritus professor in Sport Management from the Department of Sport and Movement Studies at the University of Johannesburg (UJ). With a career spanning 40 years, he has been associated with both the Rand Afrikaans University (RAU) and the University of Johannesburg. Prof Hollander has an impressive educational background, holding a BSc degree, Post Graduate Teachers Diploma (PGTD), BEd Hons, master’s in education (MEd), and two doctorates. His doctorates are in Education (DEd) and Sport Management (DCom).
Dr Louis Nolte is a highly accomplished individual with a diverse academic background. He holds a degree in psychology, two honours degrees in Psychology and Human Movement Sciences, a Master’s degree in Sport Science (MPhil), and a doctorate in Sport Management (DPhil). Recently, he has also completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice, showcasing his commitment to continuous learning and professional development. Dr Nolte’s research interests lie in the field of sports, and he has conducted studies on various topics. He has undertaken research on the Commonwealth Youth Games and Netball South Africa, exploring different aspects of these sporting events.