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Data analyst Gibson Mudiriza said the need for free data showed that young people wanted to be reconnected again in order to look for jobs so they could get back on their feet. Picture: iStock
Data analyst Gibson Mudiriza said the need for free data showed that young people wanted to be reconnected again in order to look for jobs so they could get back on their feet. Picture: iStock

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Most young people, aged between 18 and 35, would like government to provide them with free data after the Covid-19 national lockdown, a new survey has found.

The survey, by the Southern Africa Labour and Development Unit at the University of Cape Town, looked into the state of young people’s wellbeing during the lockdown.

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