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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
2017 City-campus-region: universities, economic development and city building with special reference to Fort Hare and Buffalo city
Although questions of who has access to higher education are important, it is also crucial to start to rethink the role of universities as s...
With the economic crises, the thinking about the role of universities in industrial and other innovation processes has shifted from innovati...Download this report
2010 Towards inclusive education and training: developing the South African system for the challenges of change
Schools are by nature generally rigidly structured hierarchies and tend to operate counter to innovation in general. Some scholars have als...