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Fast Facts 2014

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Fast Facts no 12 – December 2014

Contents

  • Mirror mirror on the wall 
  • Provinces compared 
  • Fast Stats

 

Fast Facts no 11 – November 2014

Contents

  • Not butcher, baker, or candlestick maker 
  • Trade
  • Fast Stats 

Fast Facts no 10 - October 2014

Contents

  • Law and (dis)order
  • Crime
  • Fast Stats

Fast Facts no 09 - September 2014

Contents

  • A communications revolution
  • Communications
  • Fast Stats

Fast Facts no 08 - August 2014

Contents

  • Not a bad story, but far from a fairytale
  • Living conditions
  • Fast Stats

Fast Facts no 07 - July 2014

Contents

  • Is there a “perfect storm” on the horizon?
  • Young, shafted, and black
  • Youth
  • Fast Stats

Fast Facts no 06 - June 2014

Contents

  • Towards recession and “stagflation”
  • The economy
  • Fast Stats

 

Fast Facts no 05 - May 2014

Contents

  • Our biggest voting bloc: the don’ts
  • The 2014 elections
  • Fast Stats

 

Fast Facts no 04 - April 2014

Contents

  • Reflecting on twenty years
  • Progress report
  • Fast Stats

 

Fast Facts no 03 - March 2014

Contents:

  • The Economy
    Scrutiny of the bounty.
  • 2014 Budget
    Let the budget belts be tightened.
  • Budget
    Review of the review.
  • Budget
    Short- and long-term trends and projections in government income and spending.
  • Fast Stats

Fast Facts no 02 - February 2014

Contents:

  • Education
    Leave the culling to breeders.
  • Education
    Signs of a ‘stabilising’ system still blurry.
  • Education
    National Senior Certifi cate (NSC) results, 2008-13.
  • Education
    The level above — those who make it and the path they choose.
  • Fast Stats

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Fast Facts no 01 - January 2014

Contents:

  • Politics
    Apathy, protests and perceptions.
  • Politics and international rankings
    Fading affections from outside and within.
  • Politics
    Voter trends, perceptions and attitudes.
  • International rankings
    South Africa’s ranking on international indices.
  • Fast Stats

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Fast Facts no 12 – December 2014

Contents

  • Mirror mirror on the wall 
  • Provinces compared 
  • Fast Stats

 

Fast Facts no 11 – November 2014

Contents

  • Not butcher, baker, or candlestick maker 
  • Trade
  • Fast Stats 

Fast Facts no 10 - October 2014

Contents

  • Law and (dis)order
  • Crime
  • Fast Stats

Fast Facts no 09 - September 2014

Contents

  • A communications revolution
  • Communications
  • Fast Stats

Fast Facts no 08 - August 2014

Contents

  • Not a bad story, but far from a fairytale
  • Living conditions
  • Fast Stats

Fast Facts no 07 - July 2014

Contents

  • Is there a “perfect storm” on the horizon?
  • Young, shafted, and black
  • Youth
  • Fast Stats

Fast Facts no 06 - June 2014

Contents

  • Towards recession and “stagflation”
  • The economy
  • Fast Stats

 

Fast Facts no 05 - May 2014

Contents

  • Our biggest voting bloc: the don’ts
  • The 2014 elections
  • Fast Stats

 

Fast Facts no 04 - April 2014

Contents

  • Reflecting on twenty years
  • Progress report
  • Fast Stats

 

Fast Facts no 03 - March 2014

Contents:

  • The Economy
    Scrutiny of the bounty.
  • 2014 Budget
    Let the budget belts be tightened.
  • Budget
    Review of the review.
  • Budget
    Short- and long-term trends and projections in government income and spending.
  • Fast Stats

Fast Facts no 02 - February 2014

Contents:

  • Education
    Leave the culling to breeders.
  • Education
    Signs of a ‘stabilising’ system still blurry.
  • Education
    National Senior Certifi cate (NSC) results, 2008-13.
  • Education
    The level above — those who make it and the path they choose.
  • Fast Stats

Adobe PDF

Fast Facts no 01 - January 2014

Contents:

  • Politics
    Apathy, protests and perceptions.
  • Politics and international rankings
    Fading affections from outside and within.
  • Politics
    Voter trends, perceptions and attitudes.
  • International rankings
    South Africa’s ranking on international indices.
  • Fast Stats

Adobe PDF

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