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Research outputs: INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS
2022 The dissemination and implementation of cultural rights worldwide: from "insurrectional actors" to 'programmatic actors": a comparison of Brazilian, French and South African cases
Cultural rights are clearly and specifically defined in different international human rights treaties. However, the interpretation of these ...
2021 The value of the fusion of indigenous and contemporary knowledge in developing communication as interventions to reduce teenage pregnancy in South Africa
Communicating about teenage pregnancy is increasingly necessary to combat rising teenage pregnancy in South Africa, particularly in rural ar...
2020 Indigenous knowledge and modern sciences: complementary wisdom to help farmers: combining two knowledge systems to help sustain agricultural production in South Africa
For a very long time African communities, especially rural smallholder farmers, have relied on information gathered using indigenous systems...
Research in Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) in South Africa has grown at a very high pace in a relatively short period of time. The growt...