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SMILE FM – September 10 Stuart Jones speaks about the social listening report into Covid-19 vaccinations.
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SMILE FM – September 10 Stuart Jones speaks about the social listening report into Covid-19 vaccinations.

Stuart Jones speaks about the social listening report into Covid-19 vaccinations.  The Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change Projects Director, Stuart Jones, speaks about the social listening report into Covid-19 vaccinations which recently went up on the Department of Health’s website. The report shows vaccine inertia in the age group 18 years old to 24...

COVID-19, POLITICS AND HESITANCY
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COVID-19, POLITICS AND HESITANCY

Issued by: Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change 14 September 2021 COVID-19, POLITICS AND HESITANCY   The vaccine roll-out programme could face another challenge as preparations for the local government elections, set to take place on November 1, continue.   Insights from a weekly social listening report into Covid-19 vaccines have revealed concerns around the...

Vaccine Hesitancy Impact Amplifier
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Vaccine Hesitancy Impact Amplifier

CABC Audience Analysis Brandwatch data was retrieved for the period from June 18 to Aug 17, 2021. The Brandwatch results were geo filtered to the six countries (South Africa, Ghana, Kenya, Senegal, Nigeria and Tanzania). Focusing on the six specified countries, the query was designed to capture as much general vaccine conversation as possible. We...

Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto
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Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto

On today’s Wednesday Panel, Refilwe Moloto looks at the topic of narratives in politics, and how politicians choose and control it. Our panellists are Stuart Jones, the director of The Centre for Analytics & Behavioural Change at UCT’s Graduate School of Business (GSB), and communications, branding and reputation management expert Solly Moeng   Listen to the full interview

Daily Maverick THE AFTERMATH: Hawks arrest two Twitter users allegedly linked to incitement of July looting and unrest
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Daily Maverick THE AFTERMATH: Hawks arrest two Twitter users allegedly linked to incitement of July looting and unrest

Law enforcement appears to be closing in on some of those responsible for orchestrating the unrest and looting that gripped KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng in July, with two more suspected instigators arrested on Saturday. Both were arrested for allegedly using social media platforms to incite public violence. Read full article  

SACP keeps away from the possibility of shutdown-SABC News – Eminetra South Africa
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SACP keeps away from the possibility of shutdown-SABC News – Eminetra South Africa

The South African Communist Party (SACP) is moving away from unconfirmed reports of possible closures of the country. This happens as posts on social media claim that a complete shutdown will occur on Monday are widespread. A similar campaign last month killed more than 350 people in looting and vandalism in parts of KwaZulu-Natal and...