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Protestors burnt trucks on the main road between the city port Durban in KwaZulu-Natal and South Africa’s industrial heartland. Photo by Darren Stewart/Gallo Images via Getty Images

The vulnerable points in South Africa’s fuel supply chain

The glaring failure by authorities to secure an area notorious for attacks on trucks prompts questions about, at best, utter ineptitude, or at worst, complicity.
Water flows from the Vaal Dam after several sluice gates were opened in February 2021. Heavy rains in the Gauteng province resulted in a spike in dam levels. Deaan Vivier/ via GettyImages

Why full dams don’t mean water security: a look at South Africa

Gauteng citizens need to know the uncomfortable truth: for the next six years, their water supplies will increasingly have to be restricted.
Johannesburg is the most preferred destination for jobseekers from other provinces, followed by Cape Town. Waldo Swiegers/Bloomberg via Getty Images

South African internal migrants fare better in the job market in two regions

Labour migrants from other provinces into Gauteng and the Western Cape are more likely to be employed than the two provinces’ permanent residents.
Women are more likely to be visiting public health facilities to access healthcare for themselves or for people in their care. Shutterstock

How COVID-19 puts women at more risk than men in Gauteng, South Africa

Women are testing positive at a higher rate than men and women, they have a greater social and economic vulnerability, particularly during lockdown, with working-age being the most affected.
Accurate address data is vital for public services, including health monitoring. TippaPatt/Shutterstock

South Africa needs a national database of addresses: how it could be done

Address data are maintained in silos at different government entities. There is limited coordination and adherence to international standards; good practice is lacking around information management.

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