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This study looks at a socio-economic profile of female-headed households in a South African Township.
Poverty is defined and measured for a sample of households in the township of Bophelong, South Africa.
The household subsistence level (HSL) is used as a measure of poverty in the area.
The HSL measures the minimum amount needed by a household to attain a minimum subsistence level.
It takes account of the sex and ages of household members.
The challenges facing female-headed households are discussed, together with their survival mechanisms.
TJ Sekhampu holds a PhD Economics and is working as a Senior Lecturer in Economics at North-West University.
His research is on poverty and socio-economic issues.
D Dubihlela is a Lecturer in Economics at North-West University.
She holds an M.Com Economics from North-West University.
Her interest in on poverty studies.
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