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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates

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Research outputs: EMPLOYMENT

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2007 Employment scenarios to 2024

Unemployment and low levels of economic participation are amongst the greatest challenges facing South African society, economy and therefor...

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2007 Informal employment in South Africa

Employment policy in South Africa has paid only limited attention to issues of the informal economy. For a number of reasons, any feasible a...

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2007 Employment scenarios for the public service in South Africa

The public service is a significant source of employment in South Africa, accounting for about 13% to 14% of formal employment. Until recent...

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2007 Employment equity: can it produce a representative workforce

The call by the minister of finance, Trevor Manuel, to review Back Economic Empowerment (BEE) has fuelled similar calls from organisations s...

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