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Research outputs: YOUTH
Adolescent girls and pregnant HIV-positive women in rural South Africa are particularly vulnerable to depression. Recent research suggests t...
South Africa was the first country to protect the rights of same sex couples, and the fifth country to legalise same-sex marriage in 2005. H...
2020 Science engagement strategy and youth into science strategy: talent development programme participants 2017-2019
The Talent Development Programme (TDP), which was started in 2005, is a residential, enrichment and additional academic contact time program...