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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: CAPE TOWN
2017 Criterion validity of self-reports of alcohol, Cannabis, and Methamphetamine use among young men in Cape Town, South Africa
Valid measurement of substance use is necessary to evaluate preventive and treatment interventions. Self-report is fast and inexpensive, but...
2017 Starting young: intimate partner violence among very young adolescents in Cape Town, South Africa
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2017 Radical innovation, Uber-hailing transport and its impact: a case study of Uber business in Cape Town, South Africa
The speed of technological innovation and digital technology has increased. Businesses with the right innovations at the right time are beco...
Interactions around service delivery challenges in South Africa are often characterised by conflict and high levels of mistrust between comm...