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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: AGRICULTURE
2016 Understanding land and water sector reforms in the context of smallholder irrigation and food security in the Limpopo River basin, South Africa: fieldwork report
This Report is intended to provide feedback regarding the fieldwork trip that I undertook in Limpopo Province from 5th-12th August 2016). Th...Download this report
Since its inception in 1995, South Africa's land reform programme has been severely criticised. But are these criticisms valid and supported...
2016 Towards climate-smart agricultural approach: prospect for smallholder farmers in semi-arid regions
Climate change has become a major threat to human developmental sectors in recent times. Agriculture is particularly vulnerable sector becau...
2015 Gender, small-scale livestock farming and food security: policy implications in the South African context
Women are powerful but often neglected agents of change, and their leadership is critical: they play a significant role in decision-making w...Download this report