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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
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A new engagement is critical if the basic tenets of a developmental state and developmental society are to be understood by all the key play...
2012 An assessment of skills development interventions in South Africa: work-based skills upgrading in firms in the public and private sectors
In this section, we consider the challenges of skills upgrading at firm level, both public and private sector. Pundy Pillay, Andrea Juan and...Download this report
2012 An assessment of skills development interventions in South Africa: work-based skills upgrading in firms in the public and private sectors: skills planning dead in the water without data
'Improving skills planning' is the very last sub-section of the Department of Higher Education and Training's (DHET) Green Paper for Post-Sc...Download this report