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Journal Article
Diallo, Alpha, Mohammed Ali, Pascal Geldsetzer, Emily Gower, Trasia Mukama, Ryan Wagner, Justine Davies, Maarten Bijlsma, and Nikkil Sudharsanan. "Systolic blood pressure and 6-year mortality in South Africa: a country-wide, population-based cohort study." The Lancet Healthy Longevity 2, no. 2 (2021): e78-e86.
Journal Article
Bhorat, Haroon, Morné Oosthuizen, and Ben Stanwix. "Social assistance amidst the COVID-19 epidemic in South Africa: A policy assessment." South African Journal of Economics 0, no. 0 (2021).
Journal Article
Vellios, Nicole, Corne van Walbeek, and Hana Ross. "Measuring the illicit cigarette market in the absence of pack security features: A case study of South Africa." Tobacco Control (2021).
Journal Article
Ubisi, Lindokuhle. "A comparative analysis between the religious and comprehensive sexuality education policies in South African schools." Journal of LGBT Youth 0, no. 0 (2021): 1-17.
Working Paper
"South African survey data offers comfort and warnings." Expert Briefings (2021).
Journal Article
Kenway, Jane, and Debbie Epstein. "The Covid-19 conjuncture: Rearticulating the school/home/work nexus." International Studies in Sociology of Education (2021).
Book Section
Casale, Daniela, Dorrit Posel, and Jacqueline Mosomi. "Gender and work in South Africa." The Oxford handbook of the South African economy (2021).
Journal Article
Casale, Daniela, and Dorrit Posel. "Gender inequality and the COVID-19 crisis: Evidence from a large national survey during South Africa’s lockdown." Research in Social Stratification and Mobility (2021).
Journal Article
Bassier, Ihsaan, Joshua Budlender, Rocco Zizzamia, Murray Leibbrandt, and Vimal Ranchhod. "Locked down and locked out: Repurposing social assistance as emergency relief to informal workers." World Development (2021).
Journal Article
Otterbach, Steffen, Hamid R Oskorouchi, Michael Rogan, and Matin Qaim. "Using Google data to measure the role of Big Food and fast food in South Africa’s obesity epidemic." World Development (2021).
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