Good Governance Africa (GGA) was established in February 2012 as an independent and registered non-profi t organisation with the aim of promoting better governance in Africa and thereby helping to improve the lives of all citizens.
Local government in South Africa has contributed to the achievement of a number of signifi cant social and economic development advances, since the ushering in of the new democratic municipal dispensation in December 2000.
In 2015 Good Governance Africa (GGA), in conjunction with specialist researchers MarkData, conducted a survey to test public attitudes towards key aspects of governance in South Africa. In 2016 GGA commissioned MarkData to conduct a Voter Sentiment Survey, which is the focal point of this report.
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