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  • Abrantes, Pedro M.D.S.; Africa, Charlene W.J. (Infectious Diseases Society of Southern Africa, the Sexually Transmitted Diseases Society of Southern and the Public Health Association of South Africa., 2013)
    Introduction: Sub-Saharan Africa has 23.5 million cases of HIV and is home to 92% of the world’s HIV-positive pregnant women of whom 24% die of pregnancy related complications. Oral candidiasis is a common condition in ...
  • Brown, Duncan (Taylor and Francis, 2008)
    This Special Issue emerges out of an interdisciplinary research project on “Religion and Spirituality in a Postcolonial Context” run jointly by the University of KwaZulu-Natal and the Ferguson Centre for African and ...
  • Tevera, Daniel; Simelane, Nomcebo (Springer, 2014)
    This paper aims to contribute to the urban food security debate by exploring the role of informal safety nets and formal food-based social protection in addressing food insecurity challenges facing low-income urban households ...
  • Ramakrishna, Gollagari; Rena, Ravinder (Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj Napoca, 2013)
    In this paper an attempt is made to present the energy scenario of India in terms of energy consumption, energy security and energy efficiency. Growth trends and the changes in growth trends of these variables have been ...
  • Stoltenkamp, Juliet; Khumalo, Yoliswa; Mapuva, Jephias; Kies, Carolynne (International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, 2011)
    Tool-use extends our sense of self-identity, social identity, and our experiences of social relationships within particular places. Education professionals use specific kinds of technologies (analogue and digital) and are ...