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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
This policy brief focuses on one of the findings of the political history project (a mainly negative discourse on artisanal skilling and emp...Download this report
2018 Skills development legislation as a lever of change to reduce poverty, inequality and unemployment
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This report aimed to assist DST with their aim of advancing science engagement and promotion amongst young South African children. Based on ...
2018 NARYSEC employment opportunities and enterprise development review and refinement of the NARYSEC exit strategy: evidence-based review: final report
The strategy that is currently proposed to support learners who qualify to transition to this path advocates for availing special bursaries,...