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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: WAGES

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2016 More than wages: the gap between expectations and experience

In the context of constrained economic growth and a general scarcity of jobs, South Africans consider job security and non-financial charact...

2013 Mining sector wages in South Africa

The main objective of this paper is to investigate wage determination in South Africa's mining sector with a view to better understand the c...

2010 Public service wage bill is not sustainable: wage growth should be linked to productivity

As this piece is being written, close to a million public service workers are out on strike demanding a salary increase of 8.6%, and a month...

2008 Social income in South Africa, an economy marred by high unemployment, poverty and extreme inequality

Disagreements in South Africa over what has happened to the severity of poverty and, less prominently, inequality, have served to stimulate ...