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Research outputs: ETHEKWINI
2016 Prescriptions and attributions in the names of Izinyanga in Ethekwini municipality, South Africa
This chapter examines some of the naming practices of the izinyanga and related contexts assumed to impact on the naming and to understand h...
2009 "Get sick first, test later": HIV testing practices of men who have sex with men (MSM) in the Johannesburg/Ethekwini Men's Study (JEMS)
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