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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: WESTERN CAPE PROVINCE
2020 Alcohol outlet density and deprivation in six towns in Bergrivier municipality before and after legislative restrictions
In 2016, after the Western Cape Liquor Act was enacted, alcohol outlets were mapped in the six towns from a previous 2008 study to determine...
2020 School climate, an enabling factor in an effective peer education environment: lessons from schools in South Africa
Globally, peer education and school climate are important topics for educators. Peer education has been shown to improve young people's deci...
The extreme drought that affected Cape Town in 2016???18 was unprecedented for a major metropolitan region in South Africa. Ameliorative int...Download this report