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Illiteracy among coloureds (68%) and Africans (61%) in rural areas is higher than the national average. The changes in the family have not meet with the necessary adjustments in the broader social order. South Africa has a fairly developed social security system and a rich institutional framework of welfare services delivered by non-governmental organisations, such as voluntary welfare organisations, religious organisations, community-based organisations and informal family and community networks.

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