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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: RESEARCH
2013 Masihambisane, lessons learnt using participatory indigenous knowledge research approaches in a school-based collaborative project of the Eastern Cape
Masihambisane is an Nguni word, loosely meaning "let us walk the path together". The symbolic act of walking together is conceptually at the...
The 'voice from the South' is seldom heard in debates around issues directly affecting countries of the global South. How can the southern o...
Researchers are guided by their ideological and ethical viewpoints when conducting research. Doing research for government challenges them t...
2013 Impact of climate change and climate variability on the occurrence of extreme climate events: opportunities for social sciences research in southern Africa
A growing sense of urgency has brought the problem of climate change and variability high up on the research agenda of natural sciences. Des...