Citations

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Michell, K, and L C Rispel. "Governance of occupational healthcare services in South Africa cohesion or conflict?." Occupational Health Southern Africa 23, no. 2 (2017): 1-8.
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Michell, K, and L C Rispel. "Governance of occupational healthcare services in South Africa cohesion or conflict?." Occupational Health Southern Africa 23, no. 2 (2017): 1-8.
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Bhorat, Haroon. "The October Household Survey, unemployment and the informal sector: A note." South African Journal of Economics 67, no. 2 (1999): 143-146.
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Hirschowitz, Ros, and Mark Orkin. "Inequality in South Africa: Findings from the 1994 October Household Survey." Social indicators research 41, no. 1/3 (1997): 119-136.
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Wittenberg, Martin. "Errors in the October Household Survey 1994 available from the South African Data Archive." South African Journal of Economics 74, no. 4 (2006): 766-768.
Report
Hirschowitz, Ros, Welcome M Sekwati, and Debbie Budlender. South Africa in transition: Selected findings from the October Household Survey of 1999 and changes that have occurred between 1995 and 1999. Pretoria, South Africa: Statistics South Africa, 2001.
Report
Kahimbaara, J.A. Living in North West: selected findings of the 1995 October Household Survey. Pretoria, South Africa: Statistics South Africa, 1998.
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Ngwane, Alfred, and Ros Hirschowitz. Living in KwaZulu-Natal: Selected findings of the 1995 October Household Survey. Pretoria, South Africa: Statistics South Africa, 1998.
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Simkins, CE W, and S. Amm. Further education and training in South Africa: Evidence from the 1995 October Household Survey. Johannesburg, South Africa: University of Witswatersrand, 1997.
Report
Sussman, Mark, Likeleli Komane, and Ros Hirschowitz. Living in Mpumalanga: Selected findings of the 1995 October Household Survey. South Africa: Central Statistics, 1998.
Book
Udjo, Eric, and Lazarus Petsoane. Living in the Free State: Selected findings of the 1995 October Household Survey. Pretoria, South Africa: Central Statistics, 1998.
Book
Makhatha, Nathabiseng, and Melinda Potgieter. Living in Western Cape: Selected findings of the 1995 October household survey. : Central Statistics, 1998.
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Matlala, Herman, James Serwadda-Luwaga, and Sekwati Welcome. Living in the Northern Cape: Selected findings of the 1995 October Household Survey. Pretoria, South Africa: Central Statistics, 1998.
Journal Article
Orkin, F., Olivia Qaba, and Thomas Mafela. "Living in the Eastern Cape: Selected findings of the 1995 October Household Survey." Statistics South Africa (1998).
Report
Kahimbaara, J.A. A, and A van Middlekoop. Living in the Northern Province: Selected findings of the 1995 October Household Survey. Pretoria, South Africa: Statistics South Africa, 1998.
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Hirschowitz, Ros, and Mark Orkin. Living in South Africa: Selected findings of the 1995 October Household Survey. Pretoria, South Africa: Statistics South Africa, 1998.
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Hirschowitz, Ros, and Mark Orkin. Living in South Africa: Selected findings of the 1995 October household survey. : Central Statistical Service, 1996.
Journal Article
Wittenberg, Martin. "Research note: Errors in the October Household Survey 1994 available from the the South African data achive." South African Journal of Economics 74, no. 4 (2006): 766-768.
Working Paper
Anderson, Barbara A, Romani H John, Phillips E Heston, and van Zyl A Johan. "Safe water, access to health care, and other factors affecting infant and child survival among the African and Coloured populations of South Africa: An analysis based on the 1994 October Household Survey." PSC Research Report 1, no. 472 (2001): 0-0.
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Branson, Nicola, and Martin Wittenberg. "The measurement of employment status in South Africa using cohort analysis, 1994-2004.." South African Journal of Economics 75, no. 2 (2007): 313-326.
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Dinkleman, Taryn, and Farah Pirouz. "Individual, household and regional determinants of labour force attachement in South Africa: Evidence from the 1997 October Household Survey." South African Journal of Economics 70, no. 5 (2002): 865-891.
Conference Paper
Hofmeyr F, Julian. "The importance of segmentation in the South African labour market." FES/ DPRU Second Annual Conference on Labour Markets and Poverty in South Africa, 22 – 24 October 2002, Glenburn Lodge. Muldersdrift, South Africa, October, 2002.
Thesis or Dissertation
October, Michellé. "Medium of instruction and its effect on matriculation results for 2000, in Western Cape Secondary Schools: A study of examination results in relation to home language and language medium." Master of Philosophy specializing in Applied Language Studies, University of Cape Town, 2002.
Journal Article
Moller, Valerie, and Richard Devey. "Trends in living conditions and satisfaction among poorer older South Africans: Objective and subjective indicators of quality of life in the October Household Survey." Development Southern Africa 20, no. 4 (2003): 457-476.
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