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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: WOMEN
Drawing on general principles of the blue economy, the authors offer policy recommendations to facilitate a more nuanced approach to achievi...
2019 The Botshelo Ba Trans study: results of the first HIV prevalence survey conducted amongst transgender women (TGW) in South Africa
2019 I am able to tell my story so my voice can be heard: towards developing a model for community-led research in the first HIV prevalence study conducted amongst transgender women in South Africa
2019 Is a women's place still in the home?: gender-role attitudes and women's position in the South African labour market
At the dawn of South Africas democracy, access to resources, employment opportunities and well-paid jobs were starkly divided along racial a...Download this report