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“A Long Illness”: Towards a History of NGO, Government and Medical discourse around AIDS policy-making in South Africa

This thesis will aim to set out a critical history of AIDS policy-making: using the records of the Family Planning Association of South Africa; the University ofthe Witwatersrand’s Centre for Health Policy and Women’s Health Project; late and post-apartheid government policy documents; relevant a

Letter from Wendy Simmons to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Wendy Simmons to Phyllis Naidoo

Letters of Tony Moloi and Phyllis Naidoo

Letters of Tony Moloi and Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Surya to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Surya to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Rev Sam Bassmann to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Rev Sam Bassmann to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Roschelle to Phyllis naidoo

Rochelle writes to Phyllis Naidoo

Letters of Ritta, Sivi and Phyllis Naidoo

Letters of Ritta, Sivi and Phyllis Naidoo

Letters of Reg and Phyllis Naidoo

Letters of Reg and Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Advocate R A Karim to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Rashid Ahmed Karim to Phyllis Naidoo

On The Virgin Cleansing Myth: Gendered Bodies, AIDS and Ethnomedicine

This paper is neither an attempt to verify perceived increases in the sexual assault or rape of children, nor is it an attempt to explain these crimes in the context of present-day South Africa.

From migrating men to moving women : Forgotten Lessons from the Karks on methodology, migration and disease

This paper is based on a rough draft of a chapter for my PhD dissertation. I have kept in place references to other chapters to give a sense of how it fits into my broader thesis. The dissertation is provisionally

Aids and the Changing Political Economy of Sex in South Africa: From Apartheid to Neo-liberalism

Between 1990 and 2005, HIV prevalence rates in South Africa jumped from less than 1% to around 29%. Combining ethnographic, demographic and historical insights, this article addresses the important question posed recently by prominent South Africanist scholars:

Masculinities and multiple-sexual-partners in KwaZulu-Natal: The Making and Unmaking of Isoka

This paper examines one dominant element of masculinities worldwide – the high value placed on men’s “success” with women.

The Indian South African 1975

The Indian population of South Africa owes its presence in the country to the labour problem experienced by pioneer farmers who established sugar plantations in the British colony of Natal during the 19th century.

Letter from Posy to Phylli Naidoo

Letter from Post to Phyllis Naidoo

Letters of Pat, Tejan and Phyllis Naidoo

Letters of Phyllis, Pat and Tejan

“People Wherever I Go Believe that I am a Doctor, but in Thinking that they Flatter Me …”: Black community health intermediaries in South Africa 1920-1959

Until the early 1930s, “Western” biomedical health care services for black communities were left to a small cadre of missionary doctors and nurses scattered throughout remote rural areas.7 From the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Christian missionaries were also at the forefront of training b

The silent scourge? Silicosis, respiratory disease and gold-mining in South Africa

At the beginning of August 2002, in a blaze of publicity and to much media approval, South Africa’s largest mining conglomerate, the Anglo American Corporation, which has long prided itself on being the progressive face of mining capital in the subcontinent, announced its intention to extend anti

An investigation into the relationship between severe and moderate malnutrition in infancy and childhood and certain psychological variables

Human communities have been subjected to periodic famines at least since the development of agriculture initiated by Neolithic man. Paleolithic man, who came earlier and was primarily a hunter, must also have suffered periods of severe hunger and subsequent malnutrition.

St. Aidan's Mission, 1883-1983 : centenary brochure [Mission Hospital]

ST. AIDAN'S CHURCH: Built by Rev. Dr Booth in 1887 in Alice Street. The original building served the mission for 79 years. On 10th July 1966 the foundation stone of a new church was laid by Lawrence Wood (M.P.)


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