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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: TERRORISM
In this article, I engage with the current security debate on the conceptual understanding of the Islamic State (IS). I critically evaluate ...
2016 Addressing terrorism threats around the globe: what Africa could learn from some of the recent terrorist attacks around the world
This policy brief examines the recent terrorist attacks in Africa and what Africa should do to prevent them. It equally examines global coun...Download this report
The paper examines some theoretical assumptions to the recent and recurring wave of terror attacks across the African continent. The paper n...
2013 The impact of the implementation of security acts on physical and general psychological well-being of travellers within South African boarders
When the democratic South African government came into power in 1994 it adopted a new policy on terrorism, which regarded acts of terrorism ...