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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: CIVIL SOCIETY
Ineffective governance and lack of effective service delivery features prominently as crises of governance in Africa. Democratic political ...
2003 Filling the gap: civil society organisations and service delivery to farm workers in the Free State
Farm workers form one of the most marginalised social groups in South Africa. Due to the dispersed spatial location of farms, farm workers l...Download this report
This chapter is divided into tree separate sections. The first, which serves as a backdrop to the analysis, describes the set of relations ...
Government sees its relationship with civil society differently from the days of apartheid? Is that the case? He author analyses the relat...