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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: ZIMBABWE
The policy thrust of disaster risk reduction initiatives is in many instances tailored towards able-bodied people. This is at the expense of...
The purpose of this policy brief is to identify the shortcomings of the Minerals Amendment Bill (2015) of Zimbabwe and to make recommendatio...Download this report
This chapter reviews the evolution of interstate cooperation in the Zambezi, assesses the benefits and risks for intensifying cooperation, a...
2017 Cashing in on mobility: cross-border shopping and the political economy of the Zimbabwe-South Africa borderland
This chapter discusses how cross-border shopping impacts on actors whose livelihoods are premised on mobility and facilitating these activit...