Survey on Muslims election participation

Muslims for 360 years have actively struggled for recognition within the South African political process. However, following the fall of apartheid, with only one active Muslim led political party the Muslim community appears to have taken a back seat in asserting their concerns and adding value to the political progression[…]

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Housebreaking most feared crime in SA: Survey

A survey conducted by Statistics South Africa has shown that up to 60% of South Africans live in fear of housebreakings; making it the most feared crime in the country. The statistic far exceeds the 37% who live in fear of being murdered. The survey also showed that 31% of[…]

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BDS survey to measure boycott effectiveness

After three months of spearheading a national campaign to boycott Woolworths retail stores, the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement of South Africa has released a survey to test the effect their drive has had on ordinary South Africans. The 21 part, 4 minute long, questionnaire explains to the survey taker[…]

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Agang survey to assess its state

A task team set up by Agang SA founder Mamphela Ramphele has developed a survey in a bid to assess the state of the party. The party asked people to fill in the online questionnaire “in the interest of the 52,350 people who voted for Agang” in the general elections.[…]

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