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Research outputs: POVERTY
2017 Poverty and HIV/AIDS: impact of social grants among South African Indians in an Urban setting in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
In South Africa poverty and HIV/AIDS is concentrated among blacks, particularly Africans. Social support grants mitigate amongst the deservi...
Through the education for all initiative, a number of education systems have been able to provide access to their students at the basic educ...
2016 Social justice for the poor: the framing of socioeconomic rights in selected South African newspapers
Apartheid South Africa created a society of deep-seated inequalities divided along race, class, and gender lines. The promotion of socioecon...