Poverty and inequality: 20 years on > Highlights


Poverty and inequality in post-apartheid cities

With two-thirds of South Africa’s total population now living in urban areas, cities have increasingly been recognised as key spaces for economic and social development. Rapid urbanisation over the post-apartheid period has meant a massive increase in the number of urban residents who need housing, jobs, transport, services, health care and schooling. While the state […]

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The National Income Dynamics Study

A major project at UCT, aimed specifically at tracking the changes over time in the lives and well being of South Africans, is the National Income Dynamics Study (NIDS). Implemented by The Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU) and funded by the Presidency, NIDS is the first national household panel study in South […]

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