Radio 702 with Xolani Gwala
The National Income Dynamics Study (NIDS) is the first national household panel study of income dynamics among individuals of all ages in South Africa to track and understand the changes in the lives of South Africans, rich and poor. The Wave (survey) 1-4 findings were launched on 8 September 2016. As the panel unfolds, it reveals the dynamic structure of households in South Africa and changes in the living conditions and well-being of household members over time. It tells us who is getting ahead and who is being left behind, and why. Mastoera Sadan, the NIDS Project Director within the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (DPME), was interviewed by Xolani Gwala on Radio 702 on some of the findings of the NIDS Wave 1-4.
The Talkshop, SAfm: New research for pro-poor policies
PSPPD Programme Manager, Mastoera Sadan, spoke to SAfm's The Talkshop's Naledi Moleo on 22 March 2017 about the latest research for pro-poor policies which will assist the National Development Plan (NDP) agenda to reduce poverty and eliminate inequality by 2030.