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  • With each subsequent Wave, SALDRU commissioned a set of Discussion Papers; these analytical papers continue to focus on some of the important socio-economic issues in South Africa.
  • During 1992 the World Bank approached the Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU), School of Economics, University of Cape Town, to coordinate a study in South Africa called the Project on Statistics ...

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  • Branson, Nicola; Culligan, Samantha; Ingle, Kim (2020-11)
    Post-school Education and Training in South Africa (PSET): Pathways, qualifications, and organisations making up the system. PSET refers to learning that takes place outside of basic education - where basic education ...
  • Whitelaw, Emma; Branson, Nicola (2020-10)
    A large portion of South Africa’s Black population remains restricted by intergenerational education and economic disadvantages. Just 10% of Black individuals have a high-value qualification, and poverty is a daily threat ...
  • Whitelaw, Emma; Culligan, Samantha; Branson, Nicola (2020-10)
    The rise of the Covid-19 pandemic led South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa, to declare a national state of disaster on 15 March 2020. In response to the announcement, tertiary education institutions and student ...

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