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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: PUBLIC OPINION
A nationally representative survey of the South African public's perceptions of biotechnology provides new insights into the position of the...
2017 Challenging corruption: changes in the public recognition of corruption as a societal priority in South Africa
Corruption in South Africa has become a source of considerable debate over the last decade. The subsequent rise of social movements and anti...
The policing response to rising protest action in the country has received increased attention in the last decade. This is particularly owin...
2017 Minding the protest: attitudes towards different forms of protest action in contemporary South Africa
This article focuses on providing new insights into the nature of public opinion about protest action in South Africa. Since the mid-2000s t...