The correct answer to this open question is the following.
Although there are no options attached we can say the following.
The effect of poverty on the South African economy is that it affects more than 50% of the South African population, produces malnutrition in poor South Africans, and worsens the unemployment problem that is critical in the country. Right now, unemployment rates are approximately 30%
South African people are so poor that they cannot afford proper medical attention and other public services.
Let's have in mind that South Africa has a big AIDS problem. More than 5 million people are infected. Exclusion and marginalization are consequences of poverty in South Africa. And the biggest economic issue in the country is that South Africa's economy is too dependent on the service industries and not enough on mining.
The correct answer should be that noise <span>distorts and obscures the sender's intended message. Because of the noise, the person listening to you may not hear properly what you said, and thus miscommunication may ensue. If possible, noise should be avoided if you want your message to be received clearly and prevent misunderstanding. </span>
A lazy monopolist syndrome at a public University would be one that does not push for efficiency. Instead, enjoys the positions it is already in because it is comfortable and does not look after excellence or making things better and more productive or even competitive.
For example, if new innovative courses are scheduled in the afternoon when most students have part time employments, students will not be able to assist courses, and the effort made in creating this courses will be vain, because of lack of efficiency in planning the schedule.