Online South Africans give government a nod on COVID-19
According to research by Ipsos six in every ten online South Africans have expressed confidence in the South African government in dealing with COVID-19.
A majority of online South Africans have also expressed their confidence in international institutions in handling pandemic.
Clement Manyathela speaks to Ipsos public affairs director Mari Harris.
61% of online South Africans are saying they do have confidence in the government and the government's response to COVID-19.Mari Harris, Public Affairs director - Ipsos
They also have confidence in doctors and other healthcare professionals in the Chinese government.Mari Harris, Public Affairs director - Ipsos
Listen to the full interview below...
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