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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: HIGHER EDUCATION
2019 Interrogating the public good versus private good dichotomy: 'black tax' as a higher education public good
The perceived dichotomy between public or private benefits to higher education remains of growing interest in higher education research and ...Download this report
In this article we argue for a socio-political conception of space in order to show how conceptualisations of space can provide conceptual t...
2018 Investigating the adoption and the application of learning analytics in South African Higher Education Institutions (Heis)
What should a post-apartheid university in South Africa look like and how are students from an exploding African middle class handling the s...