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Lunga, W., Nkosi , M., Tirivanhu, P., Madzivhandila, T., Ramaphakela, T., Fubah, A.M. & Hongoro, C. (2022) Strengthening disaster risk resilience through enhanced coordination mechanisms at local level in flood hazard prone areas: case study of KwaZulu-Natal province. (Commissioned by the HSRCs DCES, December). http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/19688
Approximately half the world's population has moved into cities and other peri-urban areas. This type of urbanisation is predicted to continue (Bai et al. 2018, Williams et al. 2018). However, accommodation and amenities are generally unplanned or unprepared for the sudden upsurge of humans associated with such rapid…
Tirivanhu, P., Lunga, W., Nkosi , M., Alubafi, M., Hongoro, C., Majikijela, Y. & Ramaphakela, T. (2022) Exploring the role of emerging commercial agriculture in promoting the resilience of food systems: rapid case study of Ngqushwa local municipality, Eastern Cape Province in South Africa. (Commissioned by the Developmental, Capable and Ethical state (DCES) Division of the Human Science Research Councils PaSS Unit, November). http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/19687
South Africa has one of the highest levels of income inequality in the world, with more than half of the population impacted by moderate to severe food insecurity (OdunitanWayas, Alaba & Lambert, 2021). Despite South Africa being food-secure at the national level, there are incidences of chronic food insecurity largely due to…
W. Lunga, P. Tirivanhu, F. Muromo, M. Nkosi, T. Ramaphakela, Y. Majikijela
Lunga, W., Tirivanhu, P., Muromo, F., Nkosi, M., Ramaphakela, T. & Majikijela, Y. (2022) Covid-19 and inequality in South Africa: what do we know?. (HSRC Policy Brief, December). http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/19685 http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/19685 http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/19685
Countries that have had more recent experiences in responding to epidemics have been better prepared to…
L. Binda, M. Bongoza, I. Cameron, M. Clayford, M. Davids, N. Hlungwani, A Kasongo, J. Mathekga, A. Mahlaela, T. Makamu, S. Mavi, N. Mhlanga, N. Mustapha, G. Ralphs, T. Sass, N. Saunders, K. Ramoroka, V. Sigenu, M. Sithole, N. Vlotman, D. Whisgary, N. Vundla, L. Zondi
Binda, L., Bongoza, M., Cameron, I., Clayford, M., Davids, M., Hlungwani, N., Kasongo, A, Mathekga, J., Mahlaela, A., Makamu, T., Mavi, S., Mhlanga , N., Mustapha, N., Ralphs, G., Sass, T., Saunders, N., Ramoroka, K., Sigenu, V., Sithole, M., Vlotman, N., Whisgary, D., Vundla, N. & Zondi, L. (2022) South African National Survey of Research and Experimental Development: statistical report 2020/21. Pretoria: Department of Science and Innovation (DSI). http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/19686 http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/19686
This Statistical Report presents data tables from the 2020/21 South African National Survey of Research and Experimental Development (R&D Survey). The report provides key findings of the survey with commentary, standard summary tables of the overall findings from 2020/21 and time series from previous instances of the survey. The…
K.N. Mngomezulu, C. Ndinda
Mngomezulu, K.N. & Ndinda, C. (2022) Incorporating the consumption of traditional and indigenous fruit and vegetables into National Department of Health diabetes mellitus management plan in Louwsburg. (HSRC Policy Brief, December). http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/19683
Existing literature suggests that the consumption of fruit and vegetables is not only important for general…
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