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Local Government Elections Wrap Up Report – Jan 2022
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Local Government Elections Wrap Up Report – Jan 2022

This is the final in a series of reports produced by the Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change (CABC) and the Auwal Socio-Economic Research Institute (ASRI), who tracked election conversation trends on social media. The data is sourced fromTwitter and is publicly available in real time. The analysis includes a process of verifying a random...

PODCAST: THE ROLE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTION 2021
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PODCAST: THE ROLE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTION 2021

Camaren Peter, PhD, Executive Director of the Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change (CABC) and Ebrahim Fakir , Director of Programmes at the Auwal Socio Economic Research Institute (ASRI) delve into how social media was used during the South African Local Government Elections 2021 as well as engage in a broader discussion the role of...

Newzroom Afrika – Political parties unphased by moral and ethical crisis they face in public perception, report finds
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Newzroom Afrika – Political parties unphased by moral and ethical crisis they face in public perception, report finds

A report has found that political parties appear unphased by the moral and ethical crisis they face in public perception as they continue their attempts to attract voters. Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change’s Stuart Jones, weighs in Watch interview 

The Dirty Dozen & The Amplification of Incendiary Content During the Outbreak of Unrest in South Africa July 2021
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The Dirty Dozen & The Amplification of Incendiary Content During the Outbreak of Unrest in South Africa July 2021

The Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change (CABC) has uncovered traces of the RET forces network that participated in and aided the amplification of online incitement of violence that claimed hundreds of lives and brought thousands of businesses to their knees in the week of 11 July 2021. Download Report (PDF)