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Oct
2015

Every two years since 2009, the Gauteng City-Region Observatory carries out a ‘Quality of Life’ survey which measures the quality of life, socio-economic circumstances, attitudes to service delivery, psycho-social attitudes, value-base and other characteristics of the...

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May
2015

2015 has seen an increase in xenophobic violence which has often targeted cross border migrant entrepreneurs. The Gauteng City-Region Observatory (GCRO) has just completed two surveys which, amongst other things, show that those...

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Nov
2014

Johannesburg is South Africa’s premier city and is the heart of the Gauteng City-Region that accounts for over one-third of the country’s economic output. Over the past decade or so there has been a growing scholarship on space, politics...

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Aug
2014

The GCRO launched our third ‘Quality of Life’ survey to apacked audience at Sturrock Park, where Premier Hon David Makhura and Johannesburg Mayor – but speaking as SALGA Chairperson – Cllr Parks Tau were respondents. The audience...

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Oct
2015

Every two years since 2009, the Gauteng City-Region Observatory carries out a ‘Quality of Life’ survey which measures the quality of life, socio-economic circumstances, attitudes to service delivery, psycho-social attitudes, value-base and other characteristics of the...

View Newsletter
May
2015

2015 has seen an increase in xenophobic violence which has often targeted cross border migrant entrepreneurs. The Gauteng City-Region Observatory (GCRO) has just completed two surveys which, amongst other things, show that those...

View Newsletter
Nov
2014

Johannesburg is South Africa’s premier city and is the heart of the Gauteng City-Region that accounts for over one-third of the country’s economic output. Over the past decade or so there has been a growing scholarship on space, politics...

View Newsletter
Aug
2014

The GCRO launched our third ‘Quality of Life’ survey to apacked audience at Sturrock Park, where Premier Hon David Makhura and Johannesburg Mayor – but speaking as SALGA Chairperson – Cllr Parks Tau were respondents. The audience...

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