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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
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2017 Ready or not!: race, education and emancipation: a five-year lingitudinal, qualitative study of agency and impasses to success amongst higher education students in a sample of South African universities
It is common knowledge that students, staff and government are all embroiled in a struggle to transform South Africa's institutions of highe...Download this report
This paper reports on a six-year study (2005???2010) tracking a cohort of students from Grade 12 into and through the South African higher e...
The discussion of this paper is exploratory in its intent and makes direct reference to a rural university, however, for ethical considerati...
There is widespread pressure that universities should become more responsive and accountable to multiple demands in their local, national an...