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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: CAPE TOWN
Informal rental housing is growing rapidly in cities of the global South. Changing needs and circumstances of diverse urban populations prod...
In 1937 a group of young Capetonians, socialist intellectuals from the Workers' Party of South Africa and the Non-European Unity Movement, e...
2018 "You can't write in Kaapse Afrikaans in your question paper ... the terms must be right": race- and class-infused language ideologies in educational places on the Cape Flats
Language is integral to educational processes because it forms the basis for classroom communication and the medium for knowledge transfer. ...
The ultimate aim is to enable the community to become agents of change, rather than mere beneficiaries of services or passive customers....