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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: SCHOOLS
An extensive body of research exists on the background characteristics that predict learner achievement. However, in South Africa, little at...
Aspirations and Horizons for Action: Student Choice of Profession in South Africa This paper is a secondary analysis, using data from the ...
2018 Orphans and scholastic performance in Mankweng circuit: policy implications for Limpopo province
This policy brief draws from the findings of a study which investigated the academic performance of orphaned learners aged between eight and...Download this report
Millions of public school learners walk to school or depend on risky modes of public transport. The direct and indirect costs of these modes...