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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: INNOVATION
2016 Connecting capabilities in highly unequal developing countries: the case of the Square Kilometre Array telescope in South Africa
Innovation and skills development require interactive capabilities to function effectively. Interactive capabilities mediate between skills ...
Innovation, a function of knowledge and its diffusion, is an important driver of competitiveness of firms and nations. This is the reason wh...
2016 Innovation capacity-building and inclusive development in informal settings: a comparative analysis of two interactive learning spaces in South Africa and Malawi
The extent to which innovation can contribute to improving the livelihoods of marginalised communities in informal settings is greatly influ...
Technological and economic development benefits a minority of the global population, challenging universities to consider how a transformati...