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  • Njozela, Lindokuhle; Burns, Justine (2019-01)
    This paper uses data collected across the five waves of the National Income Dynamics Study (NIDS), covering 2008-2017, to update a measure of social cohesion for South Africa. This updating exercise is important in validating ...
  • Burns, Justine; Hull, George; Lefko-Everett, Kate; Njozela, Lindokuhle (2018-01)
    Promoting social cohesion is one of the most difficult, yet one of the most important, challenges facing South Africa. However, while there is a widespread agreement that social cohesion influences economic and social ...
  • Lefko-Everett, Kate; Burns, Justine; Nontshokweni, Sihle; Njozela, Lindokuhle (2018-01)
    Since the late 1980s, there has been a growing interest among governments, international organisations and others in promoting and pursuing social cohesion. This has particularly been the case in societies undergoing ...
  • Burns, Justine; Lefko-Everett, Kate; Njozela, Lindokuhle (2018-01)
    Social cohesion has increasingly become a subject of interest for international organisations, governments, policy-makers and other practitioners. Whilst social cohesion is not a new concept, finding its origins in the ...
  • Njozela, Lindokuhle; Shaw, Ingrid; Burns, Justine (2016-08)
    This paper uses data collected across the four waves of the National Income Dynamics Study (NIDS) to construct a measure of social cohesion for South Africa. We compare our index to one derived using the Afrobarometer data ...
  • Eyal, Katherine; Njozela, Lindokuhle (2016-08)
    South Africa's largest poverty alleviation tool, the child support grant, has benefited more than 12 million children, with many positive outcomes. However the implementation was not perfect ‐ the means test threshold was ...

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