RESEARCH OUTPUTS: Using evidence in policy and practice : lessons from Africa, An introduction to evidence-informed policy and practice in Africa, Introduction to the book, Lessons for using evidence in policy and practice, Mere compliance or learning: M&E culture in the public service of Benin, Uganda and South Africa, Tackling hunger and malnutrition: it's about coordination, empowerment and sustainability, Fast-forward in technical and vocational education post-COVID-19: face-to-face remains core, Black tax: how young black professionals embrace a public good, COVID-19 hits poor urban communities hardest, 'Closing the gate' on rural communities: health care during COVID-19, Health-care workers: the reluctant heroes?, Exposure to community violence increases teen boys' risk for mental illness, Violences in the South African student movement, Ontological well-being and the effects of race in South Africa, Viral life: Covid-19's destabilisation of our thinking, The long read: on the global relevance of the US elections, Farmer-led institutional innovations in managing smallholder irrigation schemes in KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape Provinces, South Africa, "That's schoolified!":how curriculum, pedagogy and assessment shape the educational potential of poetry in subject English for black high school learners, "Minding the just gap": perceptions of the legitimacy of income inequality from the South African Social Attitudes Survey, Southern theory and how it aids in engaging southern youth