Table 2

What did they give? The prevalence of goods given to partners by men reporting each type of transactional sexual relationship
Transaction with female main partner Transaction with khwapheni Transaction with once-off partner
(N = 953) (N = 678) (N = 711)
Provided her with food, clothes, cell phone or transportation 66.9% (635) 58.8% (395)
Paid her school fees or residence fees 36.7% (349) 36.7% (245)
Provided her with somewhere to stay 43.1% (408) 42.1% (281) 72.6% (513)
Gave her cosmetics or money for beauty products 72.3% (683) 71.5% (476)
Gave items for her children or family 41.9% (395) 38.2% (255)
Gave her cash or money to pay her bills 49.2% (466) 48.5% (320) 45.0% (317)
Provided her anything else that she could not afford by herself 58.3% (553) 56.8% (374) 53.1% (372)
Did handyman work for her or fixed her car 26.3% (247) 28.4% (187) 29.7% (207)
Food, clothes or cosmetics Not asked Not asked 55.9% (393)
Lift, ticket or money for transport Not asked Not asked 63.2% (448)

Jewkes et al.

Jewkes et al. BMC Public Health 2012 12:325   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-325

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