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Research outputs: ECONOMIC CONDITIONS
2013 A study of descriptive data for orphans and non-orphans on key criteria of economic vulnerability in two municipalities in South Africa
It is generally assumed that orphan status increases the risk to children of a range of negative outcomes. In South Africa, death of parents...
No country can afford the economic burden placed on its health system by the rise in non-communicable diseases not even the rich ones procla...
South Africa's democracy was born in 1994. It is therefore essential that the government and its institutions be informed of the views and n...