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General Household Survey 2017
Statistics South Africa
Statistics South Africa
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Oct 24, 2018
Dec 09, 2021
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
De Lannoy, Ariane, and Gibson Mudiriza.
A profile of young NEETs: Unpacking the heterogeneous nature of young people not in employment, education or training in South Africa
SALDRU Working Paper No. 249 (2019).
Labuschagne J, Louis.
Adolescent offenders’ experiences of father involvement in a South African
Masters thesis, North-West University, 2023.
Grobler, Wynand, and Steve Dunga.
Analysis of food security status among the elderly in South Africa
Dunga, Steven Henry.
Analysis of the demand for private healthcare in South Africa
Studia Universitatis Babes Bolyai - Oeconomica 64, no. 1 (2019): 59-70.
McKenzie C, Tamlyn.
Childhood and adult disability: Impacts on education and the labour market in South Africa
PhD thesis, University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2022.
Mothupi, Mamothena, Jeroen DeMan, Hanani Tabana, and Lucia Knight.
Development and testing of a composite index to monitor the continuum of maternal health service delivery at provincial and district level in South Africa
Kerr, Andrew, and Martin Wittenberg.
Earnings and employment microdata in South Africa
WIDER Working Paper , no. 47 (2019).
Dunga, Steven, and Lerato Mothibi.
Education and earnings in South Africa: An application of the mincerian function
International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences: Proceedings of the 45th International Academic Conference.
London, May 21, 2019.
Electricity outages and residential fires: Evidence from Cape Town, South Africa
South African Journal of Economics n/a, no. n/a (2022).
Dikgang, Johane, and Isaiah Magambo.
Financial and Fiscal Commission technical report: Submission for the division of revenue 2022/23
Chapter 8: Water and sanitation access, distribution efficiencies and tariff setting in South Africa (2021).
Omotoso, Kehinde O, and Jimi Adesina.
Food security and safety: African perspectives
An exploratory study of the association among household food securing activities, gender and health in South Africa (2021).
Ebrahim, Amina, and Kezia Lilenstein.
Gender and the South African labour market: Policy relevant research possibilities using South African tax data
WIDER Working Paper 2019/31 (2019).
Kidd, Stephen, and Diloá Athias.
Hit and miss: An assessment of targeting effectiveness in social protection
Wills, Gabrielle, Leila Patel, Servaas van der Berg, and Bokang Mpeta.
Household resource flows and food poverty during South Africa’s lockdown: Short-term policy implications for three channels of social protection
NIDS-CRAM Working Paper , no. 12 (2020).
Biney, Elizabeth, Acheampong Y Amoateng, and Olusegun S Ewemooje.
Inequalities in morbidity in South Africa: A family perspective
SSM - Population Health (2020).
Mabhaudhi, Tafadzwanashe, Tendai P Chibarabada, Vimbayi G Chimonyo, Vongai G Murugani, Laura M Pereira, Nafiisa Sobratee, Laurencia Govender, Rob Slotow, and Albert T Modi.
Mainstreaming Underutilized Indigenous and Traditional Crops into Food Systems: A South African Perspective
Measuring earnings inequality in South Africa using household survey and administrative tax microdata
SA-TIED Working Paper , no. 82 (2021).
Lawson N, Kerianne.
Property rights, consequences of electrical blackouts, and measures of institutional quality
PhD thesis, West Virginia University, 2021.
Protest as communication for development and social change in South Africa
Handbook of Communication for Development and Social Change (2018).
de Vries, Michiel S, Gerda van Dijk, and Margaret Chitiga-Mabugu.
Public administration: Reflection, relevance and readiness
Pretoria: The Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe (NISPAcee) Press, 2018.
Read, write, develop: The social and economic impact of literacy in South Africa
Masters, University of Cape Town, 2020.
Refiloe Joala, and Nkanyiso Gumede.
Realising the right to food in South Africa
Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute , no. 21 (2018).
Mothupi, Mamothena C, Lucia Knight, and Hanani Tabana.
Review of health and non-health sector indicators for monitoring service provision along the continuum of care for maternal health
BMC Research Notes 151, no. 13 (2020).
Posel, Dorrit, Mark Hunter, and Stephanie Rudwick.
Revisiting the prevalence of English: Language use outside the home in South Africa
Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development (2020).
Mbatha, Mfaniseni W, and Mfundo M Masuku.
Small-scale agriculture as a panacea in enhancing South African rural economies
Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies 10, no. 6 (2018): 33-41.
University of the Witwatersrand, and Human Sciences Research Council.
South Africa: National urban policies and city profiles for Johannesburg and Cape Town
: GCRF Centre for Sustainability, Healthy and Cities and Neighbourhoods, 2018.
Hall, Katharine, Linda Richter, Zitha Mokomane, and Lori Lake.
South African child gauge 2018: Children, families and the state collaboration and contestation
: Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town, 2018.
May, Julian, Chantell Witten, and Lori Lake.
South African Child Gauge 2020: Food and nutrition security
Cape Town, South Africa: 2020 Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town, 2020.
South and Southern Africa: Are disruptive transport technologies ready? An exploration of journey planning tools for urban public transport systems in South Africa
van der Berg, Servaas, Linda Zuze, and Grace Bridgman.
The impact of the Coronavirus and lockdown on children’s welfare in South Africa: Evidence from NIDS-CRAM Wave 1
NIDS-CRAM Working Paper Series , no. 11 (2020).
Jonah, Coretta M, and Julian D May.
The nexus between urbanization and food insecurity in South Africa: does the type of dwelling matter?
International Journal of Urban Sustainable Development 12, no. 1 (2020): 1-13.
Morokong, Tshepo, Ayabonga Sibulali, Jacques Murdoch, and Vanessa Barends-Jones.
Western Cape Agricultural Sector Profile: 2021
Elsenburg, South Africa: Western Cape Department of Agriculture, 2021.
Omotayo, Abiodun, Abeeb Omotoso, Adebola Daud, Adebayo Ogunniyi, and Kehinde Olagunju.
What drives households’ payment for waste disposal and recycling behaviours? Empirical evidence from South Africa’s General Household Survey
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17, no. 7188 (2020).
What the household data say about participation in ECD institutions
Hunt, Abigail, Emma Samman, Sherry Tapfuma, Grace Mwaura, Rhoda Omenya, Kay Kim, Sara Stevano, and Aida Roumer.
Women in the gig economy: Paid work, care and flexibility in Kenya and South Africa
London, UK: Overseas Development Institute, 2019.
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