20 Apr 2016
UNIQUEMENT DISPONIBLE EN ANGLAIS.
- Although consistently low since 2006, the proportion of South Africans who believe that the government “always” or “often” discriminates against members of their ethnic community increased by 15 percentage point with a divergence between black and minority race groups.
- At least three in 10 Coloured, Indian and white respondents now feel discriminated against by the government versus at least one in 10 black citizens.
- A majority of citizens are most likely to feel discriminated against by employers, courts and potential landlords in the North West (59%), Gauteng (56%), and Western Cape (55%) provinces.
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