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General Household Survey 2010
Statistics South Africa
Statistics South Africa
African Centre of Excellence for Inequality Research
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Jun 11, 2012
May 20, 2022
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
A systems perspective on early childhood development education in South Africa
International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy 16, no. 1 (2022).
Venter, Lieschen, and Theresa Viljoen.
A systems perspective on school improvement with a focus on teachers
Systemic Practice and Action Research , no. 33 (2020).
Burger, Ronelle, and Carmen Christian.
Access to health care in post-apartheid South Africa: Availability, affordability, acceptability
Health Economics, Policy and Law (2018).
Harris, Tom, Mark Collinson, and Martin Wittenberg.
Aiming for a moving target: The dynamics of household electricity connections in a developing context
World Development (2017).
Bohlmann, Jessika A, and Roula Inglesi-Lotz.
Analysing the South African residential sector's energy profile
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2018).
National Department of Health, South Africa.
Annual health statistics 2012
Pretoria, South Africa: Department of Health, 2013.
Omotoso, Kehinde O, and Steven F Koch.
Assessing changes in social determinants of health inequalities in South Africa : A decomposition analysis
International Journal for Equity in Health (2018).
Branson, Nicola, Cally Ardington, David Lam, and Murray Leibbrandt.
Changes in education, employment and earnings in South Africa: A cohort analysis
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit , no. 105 (2013).
Joubert, Jane, Chalapati Rao, Debbie Bradshaw, Rob E Dorrington, Theo Vos, and Alan D Lopez.
Characteristics, availability and uses of vital registration and other mortality data sources in post-democracy South Africa
Global Health Action 5, no. 1 (2012).
Constitutionally guaranteed economic and social rights realization in South Africa
PhD thesis, The University of Arizona, 2019.
Kerr, Andrew, and Martin Wittenberg.
Earnings and employment microdata in South Africa
WIDER Working Paper , no. 47 (2019).
Future of work in South Africa: The road to 2030
Makiwane, Monde, Catherine Ndinda, and Hannah Botsis.
Gender, race and ageing in South Africa
Agenda 26, no. 4 (2013): 15-28.
Department of Basic Education,.
General Household Survey (GHS): Focus on schooling 2016
Pretoria, South Africa: Department of Basic Education, 2018.
GHS Series Volume VII: Housing from a human settlement perspective In-depth analysis of the General Household Survey data 2002–2014
: Statistics South Africa, 2016.
United Nations Environment,.
Global Environment Outlook – GEO-6: Healthy planet, healthy people: Chapter 16 Freshwater policy
Nairobi: United Nations Environment, 2019.
Smith M, Anna.
Healthcare reform priorities for South Africa: Four essays on the financing, delivery and user acceptability of healthcare
PhD thesis, Stellenbosch University, 2016.
Hasumi, Takahiro, and Kathryn H. Jacobsen.
Healthcare service problems reported in a national survey of South Africans.
Measuring earnings inequality in South Africa using household survey and administrative tax microdata
SA-TIED Working Paper , no. 82 (2021).
Patient perceptions of the quality of public healthcare in South Africa
Masters thesis , University of the Western Cape , 2019.
Bradlow, Benjamin, Stefano Polloni, and William Violette.
Public housing spillovers in a developing country
Kota, Zukiswa, and Ntsika Kota.
Realising the right to a healthy environment: An analysis of the policy efforts, budgeting and enjoyment of the right to a healthy environment in South Africa
The Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute (SPII) , no. 19 (2018).
Refiloe Joala, and Nkanyiso Gumede.
Realising the right to food in South Africa
Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute , no. 21 (2018).
Thornton, Amy, and Martin Wittenberg.
Restoring representativeness to South African household survey data with cross-entropy weight recalibration
ESSA Annual Conference .
Johannesburg, Gauteng, 09 3, 2019.
Thornton, Amy, and Martin Wittenberg.
Reweighting the OHS and GHS to improve data quality: representativeness, household counts, and small households
SALDRU Working Paper (2021).
Reweighting the OHS and GHS to improve data quality: Representativeness, household counts, and small households
South African Journal of Economics n/a, no. n/a (2022).
Jacobsen, Kathryn H, and Takahiro Hasumi.
Satisfaction with healthcare services in South Africa: Results of the national 2010 General Household Survey
The Pan African Medical Journal (2014).
Matsebula, Velenkosini, and Vimal Ranchhod.
Socio-economic correlates with the prevalence and onset of diabetes in South Africa: Evidence from the first four waves of the National Income Dynamics Study
SALDRU Working Paper Number 181 and NIDS Discussion Paper 2016/8 , no. 181 (2016).
Romero, Rocio H, Lucie Cluver, James Hall, and Janina Steinert.
Socioeconomically disadvantaged adolescents and educational delay in two provinces in South Africa: Impacts of personal, family and school characteristics
Education as Change 22, no. 1 (2018): 1-33.
South Africa reconciled? To what extent can the South African society be regarded as reconciled, eighteen years after the first democratic elections?
Master's thesis, Utrecht University, 2012.
South Africa's generational economy
PhD Thesis, University of Cape Town, 2019.
South Africa’s Generational Economy
PhD thesis, University of Cape Town, 2019.
The failing standard of basic education in South Africa
Africa Institute of South Africa , no. 72 (2012).
Muchiri M, Steve.
The impact of cash transfers on labor force participation and household consumption: Evidence from Post-Apartheid South Africa
PhD thesis, University of Kentucky, 2016.
Ardington, Cally, and Megan Little.
The impact of maternal death on children’s health and education outcomes
SALDRU Working Paper /NIDS Discussion Paper , no. 184 (2016).
van der Berg, Servaas, Linda Zuze, and Grace Bridgman.
The impact of the Coronavirus and lockdown on children’s welfare in South Africa: Evidence from NIDS-CRAM Wave 1
NIDS-CRAM Working Paper Series , no. 11 (2020).
Hofmeyr, Clare, Nicola Branson, and Murray Leibbrandt.
The matric certificate is still valuable in the labour market
Levy, Brian, Robert Cameron, Urshula Hoadley, and Vinothan Naidoo.
The politics and governance of basic education: A tale of two South African provinces
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018.
Branson, Nicola, and Amy Kahn.
The post matriculation enrolment decision: Do public colleges provide students with a viable alternative? Evidence from the first four waves of the National Income Dynamics Study
SALDRU Working Paper Number 182 and NIDS Discussion Paper 2016/9 , no. 182 (2016).
Blair, Amy M, Dave I Thompson, Wayne C Twine, and Stefan Grab.
The social-ecological drivers across land-use intersects driving marula tree population dynamics in north-eastern South Africa
Forest Ecology and Management (2021).
Uncovering the dynamics behind household food security in South Africa’s urban spaces
Masters thesis, University of the Witwatersrand, 2018.
Morokong, Tshepo, Ayabonga Sibulali, Jacques Murdoch, and Vanessa Barends-Jones.
Western Cape Agricultural Sector Profile: 2021
Elsenburg, South Africa: Western Cape Department of Agriculture, 2021.
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