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Dr. Sibusiso Mkwananzi
Dr. Sibusiso Mkwananzi
Demographer and Senior Researcher, Institute of Gender Studies, UNISA
Verified email at unisa.ac.za - Homepage
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Factors associated with teen pregnancy in sub-Saharan Africa: a multi-country cross-sectional study
C Odimegwu, S Mkwananzi
African Journal of Reproductive Health 20 (3), 94-107, 2016
722016
Teenage pregnancy in South Africa: Setting a new research agenda
S Mkwananzi
South African Review of Sociology 48 (1), 42-66, 2017
132017
Family structure and community connectedness: Their association with teenage pregnancy in South Africa
C Odimegwu, S Mkwananzi
Journal of Psychology in Africa 28 (6), 479-484, 2018
82018
Teen pregnancy in sub-Saharan Africa: The application of social disorganisation Theory
S Mkwananzi, C Odimegwu
Population Association of America 2015 Annual Meeting-April, 2015
82015
School dropout among African adolescents in South Africa: Is there any gender differential
S Mkwananzi, N De Wet
Gender & Behaviour 12 (4), 1-23, 2014
42014
The Role of Family Dynamics in Teenage Pregnancy and Childbearing in Sub-Saharan Africa
S Mkwananzi
Family Demography and Post-2015 Development Agenda in Africa, 355-377, 2020
32020
Inter-provincial migration effect on youth risk behaviors in South Africa: A multilevel analysis of contextual-and individual-level factors
CK Ajaero, CO Odimegwu, S Mkwananzi, O Banjo
Cogent Social Sciences 4 (1), 1560860, 2018
32018
Teenage mothers and fathers: A demographic perspective
S Mkwananzi, N Mkhwanazi, D Bhana
Young families, 31-49, 2017
32017
The association between household and community single motherhood and adolescent pregnancy in South Africa
S Mkwananzi
Studies in the Sociology of Population, 319-342, 2019
22019
The socio-structural analysis of teenage pregnancy in South Africa
S Mkwanazi
University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Humanities, School of Social …, 2017
22017
Poverty-An explanation for teenage pregnancy in South Africa
S Mkwananzi
Population Association of America (PAA) Conference, 2016
22016
Teenage pregnancy among unmarried teenagers in Malawi: Does sex of the household head matter?
OJ Baruwa, S Mkwananzi, AY Amoateng, N Naidoo
African journal of reproductive health 24 (4), 51-57, 2020
12020
Service Delivery Inequalities as a Predictor of Adolescent Pregnancy in South Africa
S Mkwananzi, C Odimegwu
IUSSP's International Population Conference (IPC), 2017
1*2017
Researching Sexuality and Sexual Health in Africa: A Conversation About Capacity and Resources for Evidence Generation
M Nduna, S Mkwananzi, T Oyebode, N Wekwete, K Odada, AK Beegun, ...
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SEXUAL HEALTH 34, 37-38, 2022
2022
Association between type of birth attendants and neonatal mortality: Evidence from a National survey
OJ Baruwa, AY Amoateng, S Mkwananzi
African Health Sciences 21 (4), 1870-6, 2021
2021
It takes two to tango!: The relevance and dilemma of involving men in the realization of sexual and reproductive health and rights in Africa
S Mkwananzi
Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Africa, 84-98, 2021
2021
Contextualizing the Many Faces of Domestic Violence: A Focus on the Global South
M NDUNA, NN WEKWETE, S MKWANANZI, M MAKONGOZA
The Cambridge Handbook of the International Psychology of Women, 355 - 371, 2020
2020
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE SEX OF HOUSEHOLD HEAD AND PREGNANCY AMONG UNMARRIED TEENAGERS IN MALAWI
O Baruwa, S Mkwananzi
2017 International Population Conference, 2017
2017
Residential Mobility in Post-apartheid South Africa: Its Trend and Association with Teenage Fertility
S Mkwananzi, C Odimegwu
2017 International Population Conference, 2017
2017
Dying before growing: Does birth attendant type matter in Lesotho?
O Baruwa, S Mkwananzi, J Gumbo
2017 International Population Conference, 2017
2017
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