Vaccine uptake has dropped dramatically and there appears to be no push from the President or the national health department to change this
As a result, we have at least 13 million unused vaccines
The government’s plan requires vaccinating one million people per week, but it has only fully vaccinated 1.4 million people in nine weeks.
Decisions are chaotic and lack transparency
Food and social grant commitments have fallen woefully short
Analysis | 3 July 2020
But civil society, provincial and local governments have tried to fill the gap
Analysis | 2 June 2020
Many South Africans have no income
Analysis | 19 May 2020
An in-depth analysis of the social grants component of the relief package
Analysis | 23 April 2020
To reduce unemployment South Africa needs to prioritise labour-intensive work instead of higher wages, write professors Jeremy Seekings and Nicoli Nattrass
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is hosting a social dialogue between business, labour and other constituencies over setting a national minimum wage (NMW). This is the final installment of a three part series by two University of Cape Town professors.
Nicoli Nattrass and Jeremy Seekings
Analysis | 26 November 2015