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Research outputs: SOCIO- ECONOMIC STATUS
This was the first survey that was conducted in the first month of the outbreak prior to the announcement of the lockdown. The survey focuse...Download this report
In President Cyril Ramaphosa???s first speech in Parliament, during which he accepted his nomination as president, he emphasised the importa...
2017 Investigating the association between TB transmission and socio-economic risk factors in a high TB and HIV burdened community in Cape Town, South Africa
2015 Local residents' perceptions of the socio-economic impacts of the Breedekloof Outdoor and Wine Festival, Western Cape, South Africa
This study focused on residents' perceptions of the socio-economic impacts of the Breedekloof Outdoor and Wine Festival (BOWF) hosted in th...