They also have money of their own to spend and love shopping in stores.
Like parents everywhere, they worry about their children’s future. But more than parents everywhere, they want their kids to have a formal education in the best schools possible.
New research on how the events of 2020 affected South African teens and young adults, and what they hope for in the 10 years to come.
Results from our online survey of South Africans six weeks into the Covid-19 lockdown.
Our survey of Nigerians during Covid-19 lockdown reveals that alongside the economic distress, families enjoyed having extra time for bonding and self-care.
When we polled South Africans about their perspectives on artificial intelligence, we found a mix of fear and anticipation.
Fathers in South Africa are hands-on in raising their children – and making healthy choices for themselves, too.
South African Teens Are Socially Pressured, Entrepreneurial, and Believe in the Power of the Internet
Our latest research on what life is like for teens in South Africa.
As their country’s general elections approached, South African youth felt disconnected from their political parties – as well as active in their communities and committed to voting nonetheless.
Parents of preschoolers in South Africa believe that their kids learn best through play – and that technology is making their kids smarter.
Youth in South Africa are using technology to drive social change. But being constantly connected to all that’s happening in the world can be stressful...
A look at how Gen Xers in South Africa differ from their global peers.