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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: INNOVATION
2016 Bridging skills demand and supply in South Africa: the role of public and private intermediaries
Demand-led skills development requires linkages and coordination between firms and education and training organisations, which are major cha...
e-Learning on tablet PCs has for some time been touted as the next revolution in education - a digital innovation to enhance the teaching an...Download this report
2016 Borderline innovation, marginalized communities: universities and inclusive development in ecologically fragile locations
Where do the notional boundaries of the concept of innovation lie, and what does this mean for the study of innovation in socially marginali...
This paper examines the nature of networking and learning by tourism firms in relation to accessing knowledge for innovation. In particular,...