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Spatio-temporal appraisal of water-borne erosion using optical remote sensing and GIS in the Umzintlava catchement (T32E), Eastern Cape, South Africa. (2018)Globally, soil erosion by water is often reported as the worst form of land degradation owing to its adverse effects, cutting across the ecological and socio-economic spectrum. In general, soil erosion negatively affects ...
Examining the level of satisfaction of low-income housing beneficiaries : the case study of Bhambayi housing project, iNanda (KZN). (2018)The South African post-apartheid government considers low-income housing provision as a core focus. As a result, it has embarked on a housing subsidy scheme as a means to address the massive housing backlog. This thesis ...
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Evaluation of the approach of eThekwini Municipality in delivering low income housing in the context of urbanisation. (2017)Urbanisation is a powerful force that has radically altered and shaped the form and development of urban areas in the 21st century. In the South African context, the demise of apartheid had a significant influence on the ...
A qualitative assessment of HIV risky behaviours among male students who have sex with other men : a case study of university students in Durban. (2017)Although unprotected anal intercourse (UAI) has a higher chance of HIV transmission than unprotected vaginal intercourse, research suggests that risk taking behaviours are regarded as a key driver of the AIDS epidemic among ...