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Research outputs: CUSTOMER SATISFACTION
2020 Access to and satisfaction with basic services in informal settlements: results from a baseline assessment survey
: Subjective responses of satisfaction with basic services delivery is an indicator of service delivery performance. This study provides an ...
Existing research reveals that there has been increasing community impatience related to basic municipal service delivery in developing coun...
2017 Factors contributing to patients' satisfaction with public health services in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
A cross-sectional study was carried out among patients to assess the factor structure of their satisfaction with Primary Health Care (PHC) s...