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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
2018 Identifying micro-level generative mechanisms of ICT-enabled performance improvement in resource-constrained healthcare organisations: a critical realist perspective
Healthcare studies in the information and communication technology for development (ICT4D) domain have attempted to understand how technolog...
2018 Deconstructing the paradoxes of South Africa's emerging discourse and framework on ICTs and internet governance
This chapter examines the development of the White Paper, setting this within a historical framework of ICT policies in South Africa, before...
2016 Utilisation of administrative and research databases in government departments: providing the platform for skills planning
A high-level audit of administrative databases was conducted in more than 20 national government departments or entities. The aim was to inv...
This chapter asks the following question: to what extent are the rural poor in South Africa progressing or being left behind in the adoption...