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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: POLITICAL PARTIES
2018 South Africa's social contract: the Economic Freedom Fighters and the rise of a new constituent power?
Taking the South African constitution as an eminent symbol of the South African social contract, and noting the opinion of many that the con...
While the influence of political parties on student politics has been a topic of investigation for a long time, little research has been don...
Since 2015, a series of student protests known mostly by Twitter hashtags such as #FeesMustFall, #StopOutsourcing, and #RhodesMustFall have ...
Money plays a fundamental role in a democracy. Political parties need to reach their constituencies and inform them of their policies. Not d...