Durban - The lack of proper sex education in homes and schools is a significant cause of early childbearing. That was what University of KwaZulu-Natal masters graduate Seluleko Ngcobo found during his postgraduate studies in Population Studies.
For his efforts, Ngcobo excelled and was conferred with a Cum Laude pass.
His research investigated early childbearing from the perspectives of young mothers and fathers in Durban, many of whom are still studying.
"Early childbearing continues to be a matter of concern around the world, especially in developing nations. Life goals and the future of young people is threatened by early parenting," said Ngcobo.
"The negative outcomes of early parenting impact young parents’ ability to further their studies," explained Ngcobo....
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