29 Apr
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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 in this  economic setting over time. Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation (SLF) has conducted three micro-enterprise surveys in Delft South in the past decade (2010/11, 2015 & […]

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10 Apr
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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 system has reported 1 934 confirmed infections, 18 confirmed deaths and 45 recoveries. The trajectory of the epidemic in South Africa is uncertain as the […]

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03 Apr
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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 of Social Sciences and Natural Sciences at the University of Stirling seek a motivated and dynamic Global South or Global South experienced Post-doctoral Research Associate […]

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02 Apr
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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 research institutes at the University of Cape Town (UCT), Future Water (FW) and the Safety and Violence Initiative (SaVi), seek a motivated and dynamic Global […]

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01 Apr
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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 of Political Studies in the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) seek a motivated and dynamic Global […]

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