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[Exposed] ANC Government Achievements Since 1994

Social grant recipients moved from only 2.7 million to 17 million people in South Africa





Just days after a marched aimed at removing President Jacob Zuma, a list of ANC government achievements is circulating on Facebook and Twitter. City Sun decided to publish the list as below:
  1. Senior Certificate Pass Rate: From 53.4% to 73.9%
  2. The number of graduates has doubled since 1994
  3. More than 3.1 million houses have been built
  4. Social Grant Recipients: From 2.7 million to 16 million
  5. The Economy has expanded by 85% over the past 19 years
  6. National income per capita has increased from R27,500 in 1993 to R38,500 in 2012 – an increase of 40%
  7. Disposable income per capita of households has increased by 43%
  8. Total employment has increased by more than 3.5 million since 1994
  9. Over 8 million school children are now benefitting from no-fee policies
  10. Secondary school enrolment from 51 percent in 1994 to around 80 percent currently
  11. About 9 million children are benefitting from the school feeding scheme and this has ensured that learners no longer have to study on an empty stomach
  12. Inflation has dropped from 9% in 1994 to 4.6% in 2015
  13. The budget deficit has decreased from 7.1% of GDP to 2.9% of GDP in 2015
  14. Despite high unemployment, more people are taking part in the economy, with 58.1% market participation in 2015, up from only 47.7% in 1994
  15. More than double the amount of black Africans are employed in 2015 than in 1994
  16. There are fewer informal homes in 2015 than in 1994, with a 131.3% increase in formal homes
  17. People with access to electricity has increased for cooking (228%), lighting (192%) and heating (58%) – while access to water has more than doubled (110%) and access to toilets has also increased significantly (151%)
  18. The number of low income households (LSM 1-3) has decreased significantly – showing a move to higher income homes (LSM 4-7 and LSM 8-10)
  19. The middle class has increased significantly – almost doubling since 1994
  20. Households living in extreme poverty has been been reduced from 52% of the black African population in 2002, to 20% in 2015
  21. More students are attending university than ever before – with 807,000 students enrolled in 2015, versus 385,200 in 1994
  22. Black South African students now make up the majority of students (70.1%) compared to only 20% in the late 1980s, and over 45% in the mid 90s
  23. There are more students studying towards a science, engineering or technology degree now than ever before (55,574 students in 2015, versus only 20,610 in 1994)
  24. The rate of new HIV infections since the turn of the millennium has effectively halved, with 321,500 new infections in 2015, compared to 646,800 in 1999
  25. The rate of still births has declined by 22% since 2001
  26. There are more professional nurses – and those enrolled to be nurses – than ever before. Growth of 50% and 115% respectively between 1998 and 2015
  27. There are 80% more GPs and 29% more specialists practicing in the public sector since 2000
  28. South Africa’s murder rate has halved since 1994/95 – from a rate of 68 murders per 100,000 population, to 34 per 100,000 population in 2015
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