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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: GENDER
The importance of quality education provision for all is a globally acknowledged principle for the creation of sustainable learning environm...
2018 Trapped in poverty: an analysis of gender and the role of agricultural development support in agrarian land reform
The December 2017 ANC 54th Conference resolution to support expropriation without compensation, has ignited vigorous debates, but the ensuin...
2018 Welfare measures and the composition of the bottom decile: the example of gender and extreme poverty in South Africa
We examine the composition of the bottom decile in South Africa using three alternative measures of socio-economic status (SES): an asset in...
2018 Navigating the academy: the perspectives of black women academics as narrated in journal articles
Inequalities of race, gender and class continue to shape the trajectories of many South African lives post 1994. This is the case with black...