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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates

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Research outputs: SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICES

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2017 Protest blues: public opinion on the policing of protest in South Africa

The policing response to rising protest action in the country has received increased attention in the last decade. This is particularly owin...

2014 What price fairness when security is at stake?: police legitimacy in South Africa

The legitimacy of legal authorities particularly the police is central to the state's ability to function in a normatively justifiable and e...

2014 Glenister at the coalface: are the police part of an effective independent security service?

This article looks at the problem of corruption to which Glenister refers through a different disciplinary lens: sociology. It does not igno...

2013 Citizenry participation within public institutions and processes: a community's police?

This paper will grapple with some of the challenges related to the meaningful realisation of citizen participation in democratic governance,...