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Research outputs: SOCIAL PROBLEMS
The restriction on free movement of labour between countries and the disregard of deep-rooted migration systems and patterns have led to an ...
In opposition to the smug claims of some South African thought leaders that unlike in other multiracial nations such as Brazil and the autho...
2015 Burden and social factors influencing HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis in South Africa in the context of BRICS
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2015 Exploring the impact of childhood abuse on HIV social and attitudinal factors among adults with and without this history in sub-Saharan Africa: findings from NIMH Project Accept (HPTN 043)
Using data from four sites in three African countries, this community randomized study examined the association between childhood sexual and...