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An investigative study into the knowledge and perceptions of illicit drug trafficking into and within Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. (2016)Studies have shown that drug traffickers and organised crime syndicates form transnational networks. They source drugs from one continent, traffic them to another and market them on the third. The drug trade is non-discriminant ...
The rate of substance use and associated risk factors among high school students in KwaZulu-Natal. (2016)This study investigated the rate and predictors, as suggested by the prototype-willingness model, of adolescent substance use among a sample high school students from the eThekwini and Ugu regions of KwaZulu-Natal. Through ...
Experiences of caregivers caring for children with different special needs in a cluster foster care village in KwaZulu-Natal. (2017)Cluster foster care schemes emerged in South Africa to cater for the growing numbers of children in need of care due to lack of non-relative prospective foster parents volunteering to take care of these children. This study ...
A sustainable liverlihood approach to poverty reduction : participatory experiences of women involved in art and craft co-operative in Bhambayi, KwaZulu-Natal. (2016)This study is an extension of a pilot study that was conducted by Raniga and Ngcobo (2014) in a predominantly informal settlement in Bhambayi, which revealed, single parents from low-income communities surface social and ...