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Most citizens think graft getting worse – survey

In a recent article by Eric Naki published in the Citizen according to the latest South African Citizens Survey (SACS), most South Africans think corruption is getting worse however a sizeable number think the economy will improve over the next 12 months. However, there is hope...

Tragedie wys instandhouding kort

An article by Llewellyn Prince published in Die Burger reports that South Africans are expecting clarity on the measures and budget allocations that will be used in the government’s attempts to repair state entities, boost the economy and fight corruption.Click on the link to read...

PowerFM987 interview with Reza Omar

Click on the play icon to listen to PowerFM987 interview with Reza Omar on why millions of young people don't intend to participate in the elections. [audio mp3="https://citizensurveys.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/2019.02.05_Power-FM_Reza-Omar-Interview.mp3"][/audio]...

SAfm interview with Reza Omar on the direction of the country

Click on the play icon to listen to SAfm's Stephen Grootes interview with Reza Omar where they discuss the reason why 27% of South African's believe the country is going in the wrong direction. [audio mp3="https://citizensurveys.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/2019.02.07_SA-FM_Reza-Omar-Interview.mp3"][/audio]  ...

Only 27% of citizens believe SA is on right track – survey

According to Amanda Watson's article published in The Citizen the 27% is down from the 68% peak of ‘Ramaphoria’, but still much higher than the 22% job approval rate of Jacob Zuma in February last year. President Cyril Ramaphosa delivers his second state of the nation address...

CR moet sweep klap

In the lead up to SONA 2019, Philda Essop published an article in Beeld, Die Burger and Netwerk24 talking about President Cyril Ramaphosa’s approval rating and the public’s view on the direction of the country. Click on the link to read the full article here....

SA youth’s poll apathy

Erik Naki mentions in his recent article that a significant portion of those who won't register are aged between 18 and 34 years. Read his full article published in The Citizen here....

Metro FM interview with Reza Omar

Click on the play icon to listen to the Metro FM  interview with Reza Omar on why 4.5 million youth in South Africa have no interest in voting. The interview starts at part 2, 55 seconds into the audio file. [audio mp3="https://citizensurveys.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/2019.01.28_Metro-FM_Part-1.mp3"][/audio] [audio mp3="https://citizensurveys.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/2019.01.30_Metro-FM_Reza-Omar-Interview_part-2.mp3"][/audio] [audio mp3="https://citizensurveys.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/2019.01.30_Metro-FM_Reza-Omar-Interview_part-3.mp3"][/audio]...

SAfm Reza Omar Interview

Click on the play icon to listen to the SAfm interview with Reza Omar on why the youth in South Africa have no interest in voting. [audio mp3="https://citizensurveys.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/2019.01.25_SA-FM_Reza-Omar-Interview.mp3"][/audio]...

Youth not interested in voting: Survey

On Tuesday 29 February 2019 the IEC revealed that around 9-million voters aren't registered. The majority of those are the youth. And Now a Citizen Survey shows that about 4.5 Million South African youngsters have no plans to vote. Click on the link to view an...