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Mainstreaming Drug Control Into Socio-Economic Development in Africa

"This paper analyses the impact of drugs on agriculture, the youth,health and education, as well as the role of drugs in fuelling conflicts on the African continent. While the focus is mainly on a range of illicit narcotic and psychotropic drugs, ...

Drugs and Crime in South Africa A Study in Three Cities

"This study has given an intriguing glance into a world in need of urgent attention: the world of the drug motivated criminal. It has shown that this is not one world, but many worlds: sex workers trading their attentions for rocks, Cape gangster...

Rainbow Tenement. Crime and policing in inner Johannesburg

"This monograph summarises the findings of the last of these components: a 1,100 household victim survey conducted in Johannesburg Central and Hillbrow police station areas in March 2002 and a follow-up 201 household survey conducted in Hillbrow r...

The illegal drug trade in Southern Africa

"Some three years after the demise of apartheid and South Africa's subsequent reemergence into the world community, the country has increasingly become a target of illegal drug merchants. Attracted by the country's relatively advanced communicati...

See no evil, hear no evil: The social economy of organised crime in Mozambique

"The rapid growth of organised crime in Southern Africa over the last decade has become a serious concern for both governments and citizens living in the region. In developing countries, organised crime activities exact a high cost in terms of hea...

In eSwatini, Citizens Doubt Benefits of Legalizing Marijuana, but Few would Report Violations

The southern African Kingdom of eSwatini may be world-famous for its marijuana varietal “Swazi Gold,” but growing the crop is illegal in the country. However, the government recently granted a 10-year license to U.S.-based Profile Solutions Inc. t...

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