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Township Economy In 2020 Series #6: Township High Streets
There is growing recognition that township high streets fulfill an important role in localised economies. These are the streets in which a high concentration of businesses can be found, notably [...]
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Township Economy in 2020 Series #1: Informal Micro-Enterprises in Delft
Most research on informal micro-enterprises in South African townships provides a static perspective of the enterprise and business environment. This makes it difficult to assess the changes that take place [...]
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COVID-19 Community Engagement in South Africa: The time is now
An opinion blog by Dr. Gill Black, Co-director, Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation COVID-19 in context Today, South Africans are experiencing their 15th day of COVID-19 lockdown. To date, the national health [...]
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University of Stirling: Post-doctoral Research Associate Opportunity
UKRI-GCRF Water and Fire: Enhancing Capacity and Reducing Risk through ‘15 Best Bets’ for Transformative Adaptation with Vulnerable Residents on the Cape Flats Closing date: 31 May 2020 The Faculties [...]
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Opportunity: UCT Post-doctoral Research Associate opportunity:
UKRI-GCRF Water and Fire: Enhancing Capacity and Reducing Risk through ‘15 Best Bets’ for Transformative Adaptation with Vulnerable Residents on the Cape Flats Closing date: 31 May 2020 The interdisciplinary [...]
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Opportunity: UWC Post-Doctoral Research Associate
UKRI-GCRF Water and Fire: Enhancing Capacity and Reducing Risk through ‘15 Best Bets’ for Transformative Adaptation with Vulnerable Residents on the Cape Flats Closing date: 31 May 2020 The Department [...]
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