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For years there have been cracks within the disjointed anti-foreign and Afrophobic national groupings. Our goal is to prevent another spate of xenophobic attacks on social media and on the ground.

Xenophobia Social Media Analytics: Report 1

Xenophobia Social Media Analytics: Report 1

This social media analytics report focused on xenophobic conversations in South Africa covering the period 01 January 2023 – 31…
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Periodic Report 2 Foreign Nationals

Periodic Report 2 Foreign Nationals

This periodic report is the second in a series of bi-monthly reports that focus on conversations about foreign nationals in…
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Regular report foreign nationals

Regular report foreign nationals

This regular report for the month of June 2022 assesses conversations about foreign nationals on South African social media. Operation…
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Xenophobia in South Africa 2022 Research Report

Xenophobia in South Africa 2022 Research Report

In the first half of 2022, the extent of xenophobic content related to South Africa on social media increased. The…
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The Diepsloot 7 report

The Diepsloot 7 report

Between 7 and 8 April 2022, The Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change was alerted to an online narrative that…
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Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change: Annual Report

Centre for Analytics and Behavioural Change: Annual Report

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24 hour trend report

24 hour trend report

This is a summary of the trending, highest impact, and most active themes and their narratives related to social cohesion…
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The week in social media | 10 – 14 Aug

The week in social media | 10 – 14 Aug

Every day we observe, dissect and analyse the news and information driving the conversations around the week’s most topical issues…
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Interim report on Xenophobia on South African Social Media

Interim report on Xenophobia on South African Social Media

Investigating the content, users, and tracking the intentional promotion of xenophobic conversation. Download Report
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