Statistics Council of South Africa


State survey said to be 'unreliable'

Staff Reporter

Concerns have been raised about the reliability of an R600-million state-funded Statistics South Africa survey endorsed by President Thabo Mbeki. The Statistics Council of South Africa said irregularities in the survey made it questionable as to whether the survey could provide a "scientific basis" for government policy.

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