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Research outputs: PUBLIC PERCEPTION
The 2013 financial literacy report is the second study of its kind to have been conducted in South Africa. Both reports were based on a 2010...Download this report
Around three-quarters (74%) of all South Africans believe the incidence of corruption has increased in the past three years, while 10% feel ...Download this report
Implementation of National Health Insurance (NHI) commenced recently. With the promise of addressing drastic inequalities in the health sect...
This article focuses on political relationships between citizens and local government in sub-Saharan Africa, with special attention to leade...