South Africans are being urged to open their doors to fieldworkers - more than 10 000 of them -
going into communities to gather information from 1.3-million households for Statistics South
Africa’s 2016 Community Survey, an essential tool in service delivery.
Discussions at the African Economic Conference this week focused on developments regarding
poverty and inequality on the continent. Income distribution was a key topic. Hundreds of
experts talked about how new policies and leadership could change the way of life in Africa.
South Africa's Kruger National Park gave a news team insight into its work to prevent rhino
poaching. In this behind-the-scenes exclusive, the rangers also show new methods they use to
save these endangered species, including helicopter tracking and dog units.
October is the month to start being active, is the message from many government leaders.
South Africans are encouraged to get on their feet through several initiatives, such as National
Recreation Day and Transport Month activities, to play their part.
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