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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: CITIES
To what extent do cities take sustainability into account in their urban regeneration strategies? Sylvia Hannan used three mega-projects ...
2014 Analysis of impacts of rates and tariffs on households and businesses in the city of Johannesburg (CoJ): final report
The City of Johannesburg (CoJ) commissioned this study to assess the impact of rates and tariffs on residents and businesses in Johannesburg...
2014 Safe and inclusive cities: is social cohesion the missing link in overcoming violence, inequality and poverty?: preliminary research findings, Khayelitsha South Africa
This report has sought to triangulate a range of data in order to ensure as complete a picture of the current context in Khayelitsha as poss...
This chapter is therefore an appraisal of selected green city initiatives underway in South Africa. The analysis develops an argument for th...