Fast Facts no 1 - January 2010

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Fast Facts no 1 - January 2010

Contents:

  • Race
    Race classification has once again become firmly entrenched in South Africa, and has become a growth industry for private-sector entrepreneurs.
  • Politics
    Judge Richard Goldstone’s recent report on conflict in the Gaza strip has been roundly criticised. Dr Anthea Jeffery argues that the same criticisms that are being aimed at the report should equally have been levelled at Judge Goldstone’s previous report on political violence in South Africa.
  • Skills shortage
    Skills shortages in the public sector continue to hamper all aspects of government-run services in South Africa. The Institute provides a breakdown of the key shortages in the public sector which paints an alarming picture of the extent of the crisis.
  • Fast Stats
    170 updated economic and social indicators and forecasts for South Africa
     

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Contents:

  • Race
    Race classification has once again become firmly entrenched in South Africa, and has become a growth industry for private-sector entrepreneurs.
  • Politics
    Judge Richard Goldstone’s recent report on conflict in the Gaza strip has been roundly criticised. Dr Anthea Jeffery argues that the same criticisms that are being aimed at the report should equally have been levelled at Judge Goldstone’s previous report on political violence in South Africa.
  • Skills shortage
    Skills shortages in the public sector continue to hamper all aspects of government-run services in South Africa. The Institute provides a breakdown of the key shortages in the public sector which paints an alarming picture of the extent of the crisis.
  • Fast Stats
    170 updated economic and social indicators and forecasts for South Africa
     

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