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Decentralisation and community based natural resource management in Tanzania : the case of local governance and community based conservation in districts around Selous Game Reserve.
The dissertation presents the results of a study of the role of decentralisation and community participation in natural resource management in Tanzania. It analyses whether the shift of central government power to ...
Adolescent school drop-out in South Africa : an asset-vulnerability framework.
This article investigates the impact of poverty and shocks on adolescents, particularly their role in early school drop-out. Data consisting of 3043 adolescent interviews and 1945 household interviews, from a recent survey ...
Rural poverty : subsistence or dependency.
The Republic of Transkei, the first of the "Independent" National States has financed a number of research projects which have attempted to establish a data base on which a Five Year Development Plan can be grounded. A ...
Planning with South African labour statistics : the politics of ignorance.
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The politics of co-optation and of non-collaboration.
Since the outbreak of the Soweto uprising in 1976 there has been a noticeable change in the thinking of the South African government. This change has been evident in the departure from classical Verwoerdian apartheid to ...
Kwazulu Natal's institutional environment : its impact on development imperatives.
The study of development in the 1960s and early 1970s was characterised by major struggles between competing ideological positions . Writings were dominated by attempts at getting the ideologies right , hence the proliferation ...
Knowledge, attitudes, risk perception and condom use among married men and women in Ntuzuma and Kwadumisa, KwaZulu-Natal.
One of the greatest and unresolved challenges that faces mankind today is HIV/AIDS and the effects that it has on people as well as society as a whole. South Africa is one of the countries worst affected by HIV/AIDS, with ...
Women in sex work in the Durban CBD : towards a broader understanding of poverty.
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Gender, water and livelihoods in Mseleni : a case study.
Water is essential to human survival, health, wellbeing and livelihoods. Access to sufficient water for consumption and domestic use is considered a basic need and a human right. Water use however, goes beyond basic needs; ...
Reproductive decision-making in the era of high levels of unwanted pregnancy and HIV/AIDS among young people : a case study of Nelson Mandela Drive Campus in the Eastern Cape.
Young people are faced with high levels of HIV/AIDS and unwanted pregnancy in South Africa. In this context it is important to understand the reproductive decision-making process with regard to these sexual risks. The ...