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Badcock-Walters, P (2001) ‘The socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS in KwaZulu-Natal: The impact on education’, paper presented at the HIVAN/SARPN seminar on “HIV/AIDS and land reform in KwaZulu-Natal”, November,

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Balyamujura, H; Jooste, A; van Schalkwyk, H; Geldenhuys, F; Crew, M; Carstens, J; Bopape, L; & Modiselle, D. S (2000) ‘The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Agriculture’, unpublished research report for the National department of Agriculture, University of the Free State (Chair in International Agricultural marketing & Development), University of Pretoria (Centre for AIDS) and the Agricultural Research Council, South Africa, October.

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Rugalema, G (1999b) ‘It is not only the loss of labour: HIV/AIDS, loss of household assets and household livelihood in Bukoba District, Tanzania’, in Mutangadura, G; Jackson, H & Mukurazita, D, (eds) AIDS and African Smallholder Agriculture, Southern African AIDS Information Dissemination Service (SAFAIDS), Harare.

Rugalema, G (2002) ‘HIV/AIDS and land issues: beyond proximate linkages’, opening remarks prepared for the FAO/HSRC-SARPN Workshop on the “Impact of HIV/AIDS on Land Issues”, Pretoria, 24-25 June 2002.

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