Fast Facts no 3 - March 2010

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Fast Facts no 3 - March 2010

Contents:

  • Politics
    Our leading article suggests that sprucing up the country for the World Cup will be an exercise in deception that will leave the country’s fundamental problems untouched. It also suggests that civil society must act to bring about change without waiting for the Government.
  • Politics
    Professor Jonathan Jansen, president of the Institute, lists seven key components of the crisis facing the country. He calls on civil society and other constituencies to insist on democratic principles and hold the Government accountable.
  • Budget 2010
    Our annual budget analysis contains additional tables showing very long-term trends.
  • Fast Stats
    170 updated economic and social indicators and forecasts for South Africa
     

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Contents:

  • Politics
    Our leading article suggests that sprucing up the country for the World Cup will be an exercise in deception that will leave the country’s fundamental problems untouched. It also suggests that civil society must act to bring about change without waiting for the Government.
  • Politics
    Professor Jonathan Jansen, president of the Institute, lists seven key components of the crisis facing the country. He calls on civil society and other constituencies to insist on democratic principles and hold the Government accountable.
  • Budget 2010
    Our annual budget analysis contains additional tables showing very long-term trends.
  • Fast Stats
    170 updated economic and social indicators and forecasts for South Africa
     

Subscribers:

Adobe PDF Download Adobe PDF

Non-subscribers:

Register Subscribe

 

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