Teenage tata: young fathers take responsibility
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Discussions around teenage pregnancy have to date focused on young mothers. However, in keeping with the HSRC's focus on fatherhood, a new study highlights the voices and experiences of young fathers in poor communities, report Sharlene Swartz and Arvin Bhana.
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