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Van der Merwe , L., Cloete, A. & Skinner, D. (2022) Commentary: How HIV advocacy can be used to ensure quality transgender health care: lessons from South Africa. The Lancet. February:Online. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/18954
Based on rights entrenched in the 1996 Constitution for transgender people, South Africa has made substantial progress in advancing transgen...
Kahn, A., Sithole, M. & Buchana, Y. (2022) An analysis of the impact of technological innovation on productivity in South African manufacturing firms using direct measures of innovation. South African Journal of Economics. February:Online. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/19008
While manufacturing is regarded as important for economic growth, there is evidence that productivity in the South African manufacturing sec...
Mjimba, V. (2022) The Malabo Declaration and African Continental Free Trade Area: a case for supranational industrial policy. (HSRC Policy Brief, January). http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/19034
This policy brief argues a case for a supranational industrial policy, akin to mission-oriented policies, supporting the agriculture industr...Download this report
Bank, L. (2022) Liberation and looted malls: fractured urbanism and suburban nationalism in South Africa in the time of Covid. Lesedi Field Notes. 24:55-66. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/19335
In 2003, Ivor Chipkin (2003) published a study which found that the provision of improved physical infrastructure (taps, housing, new school...Download this report
Bank, L. & Sharpley , N.V. (2022) A state of (greater) exception?; funerals, custom and the "war on COVID" in rural South Africa. South African Review of Sociology. January:Online. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/19142
In the analysis of the implementation of the lockdown restrictions in South Africa, a great deal has been made of the unequal ways in which ...
Struwig, J., Roberts, B., Gordon, S., Mtyingizane, S., Radebe, T., Mchunu, N., Sausi, K. & Ngungu, M. (2022) Armed Forces Day 2020, Polokwane: a citizen-based evaluation. (Commissioned by the Department of Defence, Pretoria). http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/19333
The objective of the research study presented in this report was to ascertain the impact of the Armed Forces Day (AFD) 2020 event and associ...Download this report