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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
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2019 Strengthening township economies in South Africa: the case for better regulation and policy innovation
There is considerable policy interest in supporting township economies at present. This is important considering their history of marginaliz...Download this report
This study contributes to the growing literature on innovation capability in the informal sector in Nigeria. It explores the role of opennes...Download this report
2011 A comparison of EPI sampling, probability sampling, and compact segment sampling methods for micro and small enterprises
Finding an efficient method for sampling micro- and small-enterprises (MSEs) for research and statistical reporting purposes is a challenge ...
This article revisits South African employment trends recorded since 1995. In particular, it investigates whether the job losses and gains r...