SAIRRSouth African Institute of Race Relations
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South African Survey 2002/03, SAIRR, Johannesburg, 2003, p 90.
The study by SAIRR (1995) also indicated much lower levels of education and higher rates of illiteracy among women's groups: 14% of white women had certificates in Higher Education as opposed to 4% of Indian, 2% of Coloured, and 1% of Black women.
South African Institute of Race Relations, A Survey of Race Relations in South Africa (Johannesburg: SAIRR, 1955-56, 1959-60, 1976, 1985).