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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: TRANSACTIONAL SEX
2015 'They think that gays have money': gender identity and transactional sex among black men who have sex with men in four South African townships
Transactional sex has not been studied much among men who have sex with men in Africa. Consequently, little is understood about attitudes to...
2014 'Something for something': the importance of talking about transactional sex with youth in South Africa using a resilience-based approach
Transactional sex is a common feature of sexual relationships in South Africa but has severe health implications for those who engage in it....
This paper aims to examine determinants of multiple sexual partnerships (MSPs) among South African men and women using a nationally represen...