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Do joint police-military crackdown operations actually reduce violent crime?
Wed, 24 Jul 2019 - 09:45

Any crime reduction effects from the current crackdown operation in Cape Town are likely to be short-lived unless a holistic and realistic plan to reduce crime and violence is devised, writes Guy Lamb. News 24 

Discussion on: Understanding Polygamous Marriages in South Africa, Elena Moore on radio 702
Fri, 19 Jul 2019 - 11:00

Elena Moore was part of a discussion on ‘Understanding Polygamous marriages in South Africa’ on the Aubrey Masango show on 702. If you are interested and want to hear more, here is the podcast: Radio 702 Show Talk

 

Siyanai Zhou, first-year doctoral student at Department of Statistics and AIDS and Society Research unit,received an award.
Thu, 20 Jun 2019 - 10:30

Siyanai Zhou, first-year doctoral student at Department of Statistics and AIDS and Society Research Unit, received an award for his presentation at the 8th Southern African AIDS Conference in Durban on June 14, 2019. Zhou presented his work titled “A data-driven approach to estimate putative pulmonary TB among adolescents living with HIV/AIDS:  use of self-reported TB symptoms”, using data from the Mzantsi Wakho cohort study (www.mzantsiwakho.org.za).

Oxford University Press have just published a new book by Nicoli Nattrass and Jeremy Seekings.
Tue, 04 Jun 2019 - 12:30

Oxford University Press have just published a new book by Nicoli Nattrass and Jeremy Seekings. Their book - Inclusive Dualism: Labour-Intensive Development, Decent Work, and Surplus Labour in Southern Africa - examines the importance of labour-intensive industrialisation in job creation and development in Southern Africa, with a particular focus on the clothing industry. Drawing on the work of W. Arthur Lewis, the founding father of development economics, they argue that inclusive forms of dualism should be embraced, not rejected.

 

New FaSRU publication
Tue, 16 Apr 2019 - 10:15

 

Moore, E. (2019) My husband has to stop beating me and I shouldn’t go to the police”: Family meetings, patriarchal bargains and marital violence in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. Violence Against Women https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1077801219840440

Social cohesion and collective violence in South Africa
Fri, 22 Feb 2019 - 10:45
Social cohesion and collective violence in South Africa 21 Feb 2019 | by Guy Lamb | Safety and Violence Initiative
Ramaphosa’s plans aren’t enough to adequately tackle violent crime in South Africa
Thu, 14 Feb 2019 - 12:00

Director, Safety and Violence Initiative, Centre for Social Science,University of Cape Town, University of Cape Town.

Read more: https://theconversation.com/ramaphosas-plans-arent-enough-to-adequately-tackle-violent-crime-in-south-africa-111445

Customary wives and the law
Thu, 14 Feb 2019 - 11:30

This week Elena Moore was interviewed on the POWER Zone with Morio Sanyane focusing on customary wives and the law. Elena discussed the ways in which the reform of customary law offers some legal protection for customary wives. However she also highlights the limits of the law and the ways in which customary wives still struggle to access property as widows or divorcees. If you are interested and want to hear more, here is the podcast: Customary law and the problems it causes for widows

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