The South Africa Country Report is a publication by the Navarra Center for International Development (NCID). 

The NCID country reports are a collection of the major economic, social and political indicators together with a set of special topics relative to each country, intended to provide a holistic understanding of the opportunities and emerging trends. In-depth analysis is conducted by the researchers at the NCID, who reference and link reliable international and local sources, where readers can find further information if desired. Each country is updated every two years maximum.

Following is an index of the content found at the South Africa Country Report:

  1. Country Overview
  2. Economy Overview
  3. People and Population
  4. Gross Domestic Product
  5. Trade
  6. Government Finance
  7. Financial Markets
  8. Doing Business in South Africa
  9. Corruption
  10. State of Democracy
  11. Elections
  12. Civil Liberties
  13. Security and Terrorism
  14. Water Scarcity
  15. Race Relations and Inequality
  16. Land Expropiation