“I resign as president of the Republic with immediate effect. Even though I disagree with the decision of the leadership of my organisation.” These words of ex-president Jacob Zuma brought to end nine difficult years in the short history of the South African democracy.
The big question in the news at the moment revolves around who should deliver the SONA (State of the Nation Address) on Thursday.
The majority (73%) of South Africans think things in the country are on the wrong track. Financial/political corruption currently occupies the top spot for concern with 68% saying this.
The latest Ipsos Global @dvisor poll was carried out in 28 countries around the world at the end of 2017. It asked over 21,500 online adults aged under 64 their predictions for 2018.
Almost half of South Africans (49%) agreed that the class of 2017 have a bright future ahead of them. However, 21% of South Africans disagreed that a bright future awaits the 2017 Matriculants.
The Ipsos vehicle quality survey underwent a major revamp in 2015 when its scope was extended to include vehicle design aspects as highlighted by owners, in addition to the ‘defects only’ approach of the previous survey structure.
Toyota collected ten gold awards in the various categories, compared to eight for Nissan, six for Volkswagen, five for Audi, two for Ford and one each for Opel and Renault.
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Half (49%) in a new global study agree that religion does more harm than good in the world, and 51% disagree, according to new data from Ipsos Global @dvisor survey.
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