|“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
|‘Without the luxury of time’: AIDS, Representation and the Birth of Rights-based AIDS Activism in the 1980s||
On the August 4th 2003 Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) activists marched on the
first South African AIDS Conference. The singing and toyi-toying demonstrators
reached the court-yard next to the entrance to the conference’s venue, Durban’s
|The income and employment structure of Indians in the Durban municipal area||
The scope of labour economics is wide, covering such diverse topics
|Natal University and the question of autonomy (non-white education 1959-1962)||
On the 7 March 1963 a plaque was erected in the Students Union of the University of This plaque states that: Natal, Durban. "The right of this University to determine who shall be admitted as students was taken away in May 1959 and restored ..
|Mrs Rapahlela of Mosabi near Pietersburg||
Mrs Rapahlela of Mosabi near Pietersburg
|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.
|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:
|A socio-economic profile of four market gardening communities in metropolitan Durban||
There is a growing number of studies concerning the nature of communities settled on the fringes of the Durban metropolitan area.