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Massive resources and effort were invested in the collection and analysis of data on poverty, and research was consequential for the design of a range of public policies. Unsurprisingly, the terrain of research into poverty itself became politicized, as the ANCled government sought politically convenient ﬁndings, and critics disputed any purported improvements. The prominence of research and rhetorical commitments to poverty reduction did not mean, however, that policy was driven simply – or even primarily – by a concern to reduce poverty.
20 Policy, Politics and Poverty in South Africa Southall may have underestimated social democratic ideas in writings about the economy (Nattrass, 1991) and in the making of social policy in South Africa (Seekings, 2000c, 2005; van Niekerk, 2013), but he was correct in the sense that there was no organized political movement championing social democracy as either an idea or a political project. More explicitly anti-capitalist versions of socialist ideology were hegemonic within trade unions, the ANC was divided between patrimonial factions that wanted to exploit capitalist productivity and revolutionary factions that called for the elimination of capitalism, whilst even the most progressive currents in ‘white’ politics were more liberal than social democratic, and in any case were marginal until the early 2000s.
It is not possible to identify precise levels and trends in poverty prior to the 1990s because the apartheid state made little or no effort to measure poverty among the black majority of the population, showing serious interest only in the living standards and conditions of white citizens. Data on mortality indicate that some of the beneﬁts of economic growth did ‘trickle down’ to the African population. A sharp increase in life expectancy among African people in the 1940s and 1950s was followed by slower but steady growth thereafter.