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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: PRIVATE SECURITY AND LEGAL SERVICES INDUSTRY
2008 Knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and practices related to HIV/AIDS among employees in the private security industry in South Africa
The aim of the study was to critically assess HIV/AIDS related knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and practices among employees in the private se...Download this report
2007 The impact of and responses to HIV/AIDS in the private security and legal services industry in South Africa
The generalised nature of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in South Africa means that it impacts unevenly on businesses. Companies respond in varied wa...
In October 2005 SASSETA put out a tender to undertake a critical assessment of HIV/AIDS in the Private Security and Legal Services industrie...