Projects & Clients

Our clients are leaders in their field. The projects we have conducted for them are innovative and address their specific needs. 

Key clients that we have worked with most recently are listed below. We also provide a comprehensive picture of the other clients and projects that we have been involved with over many years. 

Key Recent Clients

Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF)


Stakeholder Perception Survey


The Government Employees' Pension Fund (GEPF) is Africa’s largest pension fund, with 1.26 mil active members and over 460 000 pensioners and beneficiaries. The GEPF has more than R1.8 trillion in assets under management and is the single largest investor in the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). The GEPF has significant holdings in government bonds and invests in unlisted equity and property.


GEPF is conducting a stakeholder perception study to understand stakeholder's feelings towards the GEPF, to get a better picture of the things they do right, and the things that they need to improve upon. To participate in the study stakeholders can click on the link below that will take you through to an Internet based questionnaire for you to fill in:

Finmark Trust


Developing a sampling frame for MSME


FinMark Trust (FMT) was established in 2002 and their goal is to ‘Making financial markets work for the poor, by promoting financial inclusion and regional financial integration’ as well as institutional and organisational development, in order to increase access to financial services for the un-served and under-served. FMT commissions research to identify the systemic constraints that prevent financial markets from reaching out to these consumers and by advocating for change on the basis of research findings. FMT commissioned AfricaScope to develop a methodology for defining the size of the MSME market using universally available geospatial datasets in Africa & modelling methods.


World Bank


Enterprise Survey


The South Africa Enterprise Survey is a study of the business environment in South Africa. The survey uses benchmarking and analytical tools to make the South African survey fully compatible with the approach that have been implementing since 2005/2006 in several regions of the world. The survey is being conducted in the Eastern and Western Cape, KwaZulu Natal and Gauteng provinces. Questions relating to how companies tackle the effects of the Covid 19 pandemic in South Africa are included.  The panel data set allows researchers to track changes in the business environment, to measure the effect of these changes on firm performance over time and to assess the effects of reforms on the business environment. Reports on the survey will be available from December 2020.


Full report available for download

Our Recent Projects

Our Valued Clients

  • BMW Motor Corporation
  • Cold Tech
  • Committee for Spatial Information
  • Department of Public Service and Administration (dpsa)
  • Department of Rural Development and Land Reform
  • Development Bank of Southern Africa
  • DFID
  • Epicentre
  • Fiat Motor Corporation
  • FinMark Trust (in various African countries)
  • Frontline Market Research
  • Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC)
  • ICF International
  • Impala Platinum
  • South African Cities Network (SACN)
  • South African Revenue Service
  • Spatial Technologies
  • Standard Bank
  • Statistics South Africa
  • The Other Foundation
  • TomTom
  • Independent Communication Authority for South Africa (ICASA)
  • Iveco Motor Corporation
  • MapStudio
  • Mazda Motor Corporation
  • Mercedes Benz South Africa
  • McDonalds South Africa
  • Microfinance industry
  • National Spatial Information Framework (NSIF)
  • National Treasury
  • Nissan South Africa
  • Other Foundation
  • Primedia
  • Public Service Commission
  • Royal Bafokeng Administration
  • Tshwane Metropole
  • United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA)
  • United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP)
  • United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
  • World Bank
  • World Food Programme
  • World Health Organisation