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Research outputs: AGEING
2019 Population ageing and chronic non-communicable diseases in South Africa: consequences for development
2019 Aging population and its economic impact and immigration: investment in social capital and migrant labour as a solution for population ageing
Population ageing has become a global concern for most economies due to the implications it has on labor market dynamics and economic develo...
Do ordinary working-age South Africans want to bear the primary cost of looking after their aging parents and relatives? Few studies have in...
Studies on the significance of age-friendly environments towards quality of life among older adults have been limited. This study aimed to e...Download this report