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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: INCOME MOBILITY
Drivers of migration to the inner areas of the five largest South African cities are investigated using computational modelling based on sur...
South Africa is ranked the fourth most unequal society in the world. Recent research has shown that the Gini index as a measure of income in...
The purpose of the research was to conduct a desktop analysis on income generating initiatives in South Africa with a focus on the role of c...Download this report
2011 Relative standing and subjective well-being in South Africa: the role of perceptions, expectations and income mobility
Most studies that explore the impact of relative standing on subjective well being use objective measures of the individual???s relative pos...