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Kevin KrugerBill Gates rightly stated that "success today requires the agility and drive to constantly rethink, reinvigorate, react, and reinvent." This is no truer than in today's world of business un-usual. We find ourselves in a world where change is constant, and the future is unpredictable. 20 May 2020 Read more

Cellular industry staff more confident in the presidencyBMi Research conducted a survey at the end of April, amongst 1035 cellular sales agents and store managers*. This was to ascertain perceptions of the lockdown in the cellular industry. 14 May 2020 Read more

Media un-usualThis past month's lockdown has had an interesting impact on how South Africans consume media. Coupled with the millions of South Africans staying home and the need for ongoing information about the coronavirus, South African media expectations have changed. By the end of March 2020, South Africa had a total of 1,353 Covid-19 cases and five deaths. One month on, we enter stage four of the South African lockdown with these numbers soaring to 5,350 cases and 103 deaths. 30 Apr 2020 Read more

Essentials un-usualWith the lockdown extension, there is a natural need for South Africans to feel secure about ongoing essential goods and services. BMi Research conducted a survey using an online panel from Borderless Access* to ascertain current perceptions on essential goods. 509 people were interviewed nationally from 12-13 April 2020. 23 Apr 2020 Read more

Easter un-usualAlthough disruptive, most South Africans agree with the current (and extended) lockdown. Post the president's announcement on 9 April 2020, BMi Research conducted a survey using an online panel from Borderless Access*. A total of 509 people were interviewed nationally over the Easter Weekend. At least 95% of this sample agreed with the original 21-day lockdown and 89% agreed with the two-week lockdown extension. 17 Apr 2020 Read more

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