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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: EMPLOYMENT
Over the past year or two, politicians have promised a 'developmental state', 'paradigm change', a 'new growth path', and 'decent work'. The...
South Africa faces great challenges with extremely high unemployment and deep poverty. A large proportion of households are challenged to me...
2010 Electricity pricing and supply with special attention to the impact on employment and income distribution: final report
Electricity has historically been cheap in South Africa and, until recent times, plentiful. Industries that are energy-intensive such as sme...
2009 The impact of exchange rate movements on employment: the economy-wide effect of a rand appreciation
There has been some debate on the impact of exchange rate volatility and levels in South Africa. This is a particular concern as South Afric...