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B. Masamha, F.A. Mkhongi, P. Sekhejane
Masamha, B., Mkhongi, F.A. & Sekhejane, P. (2024) Strengthening Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) policy to promote gender equity and inclusivity: Artificial Intelligence (AI) policy status in Africa. (HSRC Policy Brief, July). http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/23373
The emerging artificial intelligence (AI) technologies have caught the attention of Africa's economic, environmental, social, and health sectors. The AI Innovation technology is critical for realising societal benefits, particularly with the involvement of women and marginalised groups, such as the youth, who constitute more…
Buchana, Y., Sithole, M., Ralphs, G., Kruss, G., Majokweni, P., Sigenu, V. & Kahn, A. (2024) Modernising South Africas agricultural sector through innovation: results from the South African Agricultural Business Innovation Survey, 2019-2021. Cape Town: Human Sciences Research Council. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/23374
The report provides agribusiness leaders, extension workers, industry association executives, economists, and policy implementers with insight into the state of innovation in agriculture, including forestry, farming and fisheries…
E. Fundisi, G. Weir-Smith, T. Mokhele, E. Motolwana
Fundisi, E., Weir-Smith, G., Mokhele, T. & Motolwana, E. (2024) Small area estimation of HIV/AIDS prevalence in South Africa using a neural method. The Open Public Health Journal. 17:Online. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/23356 http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/23356
Introduction/Background: Despite country-wide surveys and monitoring HIV/AIDS infections, the true prevalence can be hidden for areas with small population densities and lack of data, especially among vulnerable groups. Accurate estimation of HIV/AIDS prevalence is essential for tailoring effective interventions and resource…
I. Turok, M. Rubin, A. Scheba
Turok, I., Rubin, M. & Scheba, A. (2024) Inclusionary housing policy in cities of the south: navigating a path between continuity and disruption. Housing Policy Debate. 34(2):207-227. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/23357 http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/23357
Inclusionary housing policy (IHP) encourages developers to provide affordable housing in well-located areas. This can add to their costs and risks, so the process of policy adoption is complicated and contested. This paper provides a synthesis of the literature and then analyzes the efforts to implement IHP of two South African…
J. Struwig, E.A. Du Preez
Struwig, J. & Du Preez, E.A. (2024) The effect of income on the relationship between travel motives and destination choices. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences. 27(1):Online. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/23355 http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/23355
This study investigates the variations in travel motives versus destination choices given different income bands. It presents a nuanced profile of income group members based on socio-demographic variables and travel experience.
J. Struwig, E.A. Du Preez
Struwig, J. & Du Preez, E.A. (2024) Evolving domestic tourism destination preferences post-apartheid. Journal of Leisure Research. May:Online. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/23358 http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11910/23358
Tourism is embedded within societal structures, and imbalances upheld through social structures, like systemic racism, leave symbolic boundaries where certain activities perceivably belong to designated population groups. Further, socio-economic factors impede travel behavior especially in emerging markets. Resultantly,…
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