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Heritage-making at the Wildebeest Kuil Rock Art Tourism Centre, Northern Cape : an exploration.
This study explores practices of heritage-making at the Wildebeest Kuil Rock Art Tourism Centre in South Africa’s Northern Cape. The research is informed by an African cultural studies perspective, employing ethical ...
Blending deaf and hearing cultures.
Sign language practice is gaining prominence as inclusive eco-art interventions assist with integrating the Deaf into wider society in the City of Durban. Urban-nature adventures that attract both Deaf and hearing participants ...
Umbumbulu taxi drivers' attitudes concerning condom use and dual contraceptive use by their female partners.
Sub-Saharan Africa remains most severely affected by HIV/AIDS, with nearly one in every 20 adults living with HIV and accounting for 71% of people living with the disease worldwide However, according to UNAIDS at least 86% ...
Ukukhishwa kwezisu - ' taking out the stomach ' : young women's conversations about abortion in KwaZulu-Natal.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) (2004) estimates that 68 000 women die a year from injuries sustained during unsafe abortions. 38,000 of those women are estimated to be from Africa. 19 million of the 46 million abortion ...