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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: TECHNOLOGY
South Africa's effort to build a capable developmental state requires a balance between moving forward economically in an ever-globalising w...
2019 In home passive sensor data collection and its implications for social media research: perspectives of community women in rural South Africa
There has been a recent increase in debates on the ethics of social media research, passive sensor data collection, and big data analytics. ...Download this report
2019 Technology adoption and household food security among rural households in South Africa: the role of improved maize varieties
This study aimed to assess the impact of adoption of improved maize varieties on household food security among smallholder farmers in KwaZul...Download this report
Smallholder farmers in developing countries are characterised by low uptake of improved farm inputs and weak links to markets. Among other r...