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Economic review of the Eastern Cape (2Q2018)

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Category : Statistics and data
Publish Date : 19 Oct 2018
The Quarterly Review of Gross Domestic Product provides economic trend analysis for the Eastern Cape. The second quarter 2018 release includes Gross Domestic Product (GDP) data for the Eastern Cape and South Africa, based on data from Statistics South Africa and Quantec Research. Key findings include: The South African and Eastern Cape economies are both in technical recession as GDP growth rate remains negative for two consecutive quarters: Real GDP was grew at an annualized rate of -7.0% QoQ in 2018Q2, and was -2.6% in the previous quarter, beating the market expectations.

Gross domestic product first quarter 2018 (2018Q1)

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Category : Statistics and data
Publish Date : 12 Sep 2018
For this publication, the GDP growth rate is seasonally adjusted and annualised. It is measured in real terms at 2010 constant prices. The real GDP is estimated using three methods: the production approach, the income approach and the expenditure approach. Gross value added (GVA) is defined as the value of output less the value of intermediate consumption.

Labour dynamics in the Eastern Cape Quarter 2 2018

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Category : Statistics and data
Publish Date : 12 Sep 2018
This publication is about Labour dynamics in the Eastern Cape, quarter 2 of 2018.

Labour dynamics data for the Eastern Cape Quarter 2 2018

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Category : Statistics and data
Publish Date : 12 Sep 2018
This spreadsheet contains labour market data for the Eastern Cape in quarter 2 of 2018. This spreadsheet contains labour market data for the Eastern Cape in quarter 2 of 2018. The spreadsheet contains the following data; unemployment and employment by EC metros, employment by sector, formal and informal employment by metro, educational status of the unemployed and unemployed with tertiary education per province.

ECSECC Annual Report 2017/ 2018

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Category : Plans & Strategies
Publish Date : 31 Aug 2018
This annual report presents financial,governance and human resource information as well as performance against the objectives outlined in the Annual Plan for ECSECC for the 2017/18 Financial Year.

Access to HIV/AIDS Health Services by Refugees in the Eastern Cape, South Africa

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Category : Research
Publish Date : 07 Aug 2018
Working paper 22 is a product of desktop research by the Eastern Cape AIDS Council (ECAC) and information shared by the Agency for Refugee Education, Skills Training and Advocacy (ARESTA) on availability and accessibility of HIV-related services amongst refugees. The paper was developed to assess the access to basic healthcare and HIV/AIDS services by refugees in the Eastern Cape.Recommendations based on this paper has been shared with ECACs stakeholders.

At a glance

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Category : occasional paper
Publish Date : 20 Jun 2018
Prefaced by a summary of this year’s State of the Nation Address, this pamphlet sets out, in brief, the key points of the 2018 SOPA. This publication will prove useful to development practitioners and activists in the eastern Cape in striving for the rapid transformation of the province.

ECSECC Annual Performance Plan (APP) 2018/2019

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Category : Legislation & Policy Related Documents
Publish Date : 22 Mar 2018
The plan gives key activities of the organisation in the 2018/2019 financial year.

ECSECC PAIA manual

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Category : Handbook/Manual
Publish Date : 18 Jan 2018
The purpose of PAIA is to foster a culture of transparency and accountability in public and private bodies by giving effect to the right of access to information, and to actively promote a society in which people would have effective access to all information necessary for the full and proper exercise and protection of their rights. This manual intends to facilitate access to records published by ECSECC and contains the following information: (a) A description of the mandate, structures and functions of the organization; (b) A description of services available to members of the public and how to gain access to those services; (c) The categories of records of ECSECC which are available without a person having to request access in terms of PAIA; (d) Information to assist in facilitating access to a record held by ECSECC, as well as a description of the subjects on which the body holds records and the categories of records held on each subject; and (e) Contact details of the organization.

ECSECC annual report 2016-2017

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Category : Reports
Publish Date : 01 Sep 2017
This annual report covers the performance overview, revenue collection as well as the strategic overview of ECSECC during the financial period of 2016-2017.

Alfred Nzo District Municipality Socio-Economic Review and Outlook 2017

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Category : Statistics and data
Publish Date : 25 Aug 2017
The report reflects on the current socio-economic trends in Alfred Nzo District Municipality with the view of providing a strong conceptual and empirical basis for policy-making. It provides the demographic patterns, labour dynamics, economic developments, and other socio economic indices related to the triple challenge of poverty, inequality and unemployment. Reports for all district and local municipalities are available in the Information Centre.

Matatiele Local Municipalitiy Socio-Economic Review and Outlook 2017

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Category : Statistics and data
Publish Date : 25 Aug 2017
The report seeks to reflect on the current socio-economic developments in Matatiele Local Municipality with the view of providing a strong conceptual and empirical basis for policy-making, especially in turbulent times such as these. It provides the demographic patterns, labour dynamics, economic developments, and other socio economic indices related to the triple challenge of poverty, inequality and unemployment. These indices highlight performance and trends of selected development indicators and set the basis for planning, action prioritisation to improve the lives of people in the local municipality. The report can serve as a diagnostic document that articulates key questions which should be addressed by a long-term plan and strategy for the development of Matatiele Local Municipality. Trend analysis in this report shows the extent to which the District has recovered from the economic meltdown in 2009. This report draw heavily from analysis compiled by IHS Information and Insight. It uses both the data provided by the IHS Regional Explorer and the analysis provided the HIS Rex Publisher. Additional information was drawn from the International Monetary Funds (IMF) for global economic outlook and Statistics South Africa (Census 2011 Census and 2016 Community Survey) for demographic data. Statistics South Africa, the official data provider does not provide labour and economic statistics at local and districts levels. Therefore, the document drew labour and economic data from IHS Information and Insight (IHS, 2017).

Mbizana Local Municipality Socio-Economic Review and Outlook 2017

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Category : Statistics and data
Publish Date : 25 Aug 2017
The report seeks to reflect on the current socio-economic developments in Mbizana Local Municipality with the view of providing a strong conceptual and empirical basis for policy-making, especially in turbulent times such as these. It provides the demographic patterns, labour dynamics, economic developments, and other socio economic indices related to the triple challenge of poverty, inequality and unemployment. These indices highlight performance and trends of selected development indicators and set the basis for planning, action prioritisation to improve the lives of people in the local municipality. The report can serve as a diagnostic document that articulates key questions which should be addressed by a long-term plan and strategy for the development of Mbizana Local Municipality. Trend analysis in this report shows the extent to which the District has recovered from the economic meltdown in 2009. This report draw heavily from the analysis compiled by IHS Global Insight. It uses both the data provided by the IHS Regional Explorer and the analysis provided in the Rex Publisher. Additional information was drawn from the International Monetary Funds (IMF) for global economic outlook and Statistics South Africa (Census 2011 Census and 2016 Community Survey) for demographic data. Statistics South Africa, the official data provider does not provide labour and economic statistics at local and districts levels. Therefore, the document drew labour and economic data from IHS Global Insight (IHS, 2017).

Ntabankulu Local Municipality Socio-Economic Review and Outlook 2017

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Category : Statistics and data
Publish Date : 25 Aug 2017
The report seeks to reflect on the current socio-economic developments in Ntabankulu Local Municipality with the view of providing a strong conceptual and empirical basis for policy-making, especially in turbulent times such as these. It provides the demographic patterns, labour dynamics, economic developments, and other socio economic indices related to the triple challenge of poverty, inequality and unemployment. These indices highlight performance and trends of selected development indicators and set the basis for planning, action prioritisation to improve the lives of people in the local municipality. The report can serve as a diagnostic document that articulates key questions which should be addressed by a long-term plan and strategy for the development of Ntabankulu Local Municipality. Trend analysis in this report shows the extent to which the District has recovered from the economic meltdown in 2009. This report draw heavily from the analysis compiled by IHS Global Insight. It uses both the data provided by the IHS Regional Explorer and the analysis provided in the Rex Publisher. Additional information was drawn from the International Monetary Funds (IMF) for global economic outlook and Statistics South Africa (Census 2011 Census and 2016 Community Survey) for demographic data. Statistics South Africa, the official data provider does not provide labour and economic statistics at local and districts levels. Therefore, the document drew labour and economic data from IHS Global Insight (IHS, 2017).

Umzimvubu Local Municipality Socio-Economic Review and Outlook 2017

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Category : Statistics and data, Reports, Research
Publish Date : 25 Aug 2017
The report seeks to reflect on the current socio-economic developments in Umzimvubu Local Municipality with the view of providing a strong conceptual and empirical basis for policy-making, especially in turbulent times such as these. It provides the demographic patterns, labour dynamics, economic developments, and other socio economic indices related to the triple challenge of poverty, inequality and unemployment. These indices highlight performance and trends of selected development indicators and set the basis for planning, action prioritisation to improve the lives of people in the local municipality. The report can serve as a diagnostic document that articulates key questions which should be addressed by a long-term plan and strategy for the development of Nelson Mandela Bay Metro Municipality. Trend analysis in this report shows the extent to which the District has recovered from the economic meltdown in 2009. This report draw heavily from the analysis compiled by IHS Global Insight. It uses both the data provided by the IHS Regional Explorer and the analysis provided in the Rex Publisher. Additional information was drawn from the International Monetary Funds (IMF) for global economic outlook and Statistics South Africa (Census 2011 Census and 2016 Community Survey) for demographic data. Statistics South Africa, the official data provider does not provide labour and economic statistics at local and districts levels. Therefore, the document drew labour and economic data from IHS Global Insight (IHS, 2017).

Amahlati District Municipality Socio-Economic Review and Outlook 2017

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Category : Statistics and data
Publish Date : 25 Aug 2017
The report seeks to reflect on the current socio-economic developments in Amahlathi Local Municipality with the view of providing a strong conceptual and empirical basis for policy-making, especially in turbulent times such as these. It provides the demographic patterns, labour dynamics, economic developments, and other socio economic indices related to the triple challenge of poverty, inequality and unemployment. These indices highlight performance and trends of selected development indicators and set the basis for planning, action prioritisation to improve the lives of people in the local municipality. The report can serve as a diagnostic document that articulates key questions which should be addressed by a long-term plan and strategy for the development of Amahlathi Local Municipality. Trend analysis in this report shows the extent to which the District has recovered from the economic meltdown in 2009. This report draw heavily from the analysis compiled by IHS Global Insight. It uses both the data provided by the IHS Regional Explorer and the analysis provided in the Rex Publisher. Additional information was drawn from the International Monetary Funds (IMF) for global economic outlook and Statistics South Africa (Census 2011 Census and 2016 Community Survey) for demographic data. Statistics South Africa, the official data provider does not provide labour and economic statistics at local and districts levels. Therefore, the document drew labour and economic data from IHS Global Insight (IHS, 2017).

Amathole District Municipality Socio-Economic Review and Outlook 2017

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Category : Statistics and data, Reports, Research
Publish Date : 25 Aug 2017
The report seeks to reflect on the current socio-economic developments in Amathole District Municipality with the view of providing a strong conceptual and empirical basis for policy-making, especially in turbulent times such as these. It provides the demographic patterns, labour dynamics, economic developments, and other socio economic indices related to the triple challenge of poverty, inequality and unemployment. These indices highlight performance and trends of selected development indicators and set the basis for planning, action prioritisation to improve the lives of people in the local municipality. The report can serve as a diagnostic document that articulates key questions which should be addressed by a long-term plan and strategy for the development of Amathole District Municipality. Trend analysis in this report shows the extent to which the District has recovered from the economic meltdown in 2009. This report draw heavily from the analysis compiled by IHS Global Insight. It uses both the data provided by the IHS Regional Explorer and the analysis provided in the Rex Publisher. Additional information was drawn from the International Monetary Funds (IMF) for global economic outlook and Statistics South Africa (Census 2011 Census and 2016 Community Survey) for demographic data. Statistics South Africa, the official data provider does not provide labour and economic statistics at local and districts levels. Therefore, the document drew labour and economic data from IHS Global Insight (IHS, 2017).

Buffalo City Metro Municipality Socio-Economic Review and Outlook 2017

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Category : Statistics and data
Publish Date : 25 Aug 2017
The report seeks to reflect on the current socio-economic developments in Buffalo City Metro Municipality with the view of providing a strong conceptual and empirical basis for policy-making, especially in turbulent times such as these. It provides the demographic patterns, labour dynamics, economic developments, and other socio economic indices related to the triple challenge of poverty, inequality and unemployment. These indices highlight performance and trends of selected development indicators and set the basis for planning, action prioritisation to improve the lives of people in the local municipality. The report can serve as a diagnostic document that articulates key questions which should be addressed by a long-term plan and strategy for the development of Buffalo City Metro Municipality. Trend analysis in this report shows the extent to which the Metro has recovered from the economic meltdown in 2009. This report draw heavily from the analysis compiled by IHS Global Insight. It uses both the data provided by the IHS Regional Explorer and the analysis provided in the Rex Publisher. Additional information was drawn from the International Monetary Funds (IMF) for global economic outlook and Statistics South Africa (Census 2011 Census and 2016 Community Survey) for demographic data. Statistics South Africa, the official data provider does not provide labour and economic statistics at local and districts levels. Therefore, the document drew labour and economic data from IHS Global Insight (IHS, 2017).

Chris Hani District Municipality Socio-Econimic Review and Outlook 2017

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Category : Statistics and data, Research
Publish Date : 25 Aug 2017
The report seeks to reflect on the current socio-economic developments in Chris Hani District Municipality with the view of providing a strong conceptual and empirical basis for policy-making, especially in turbulent times such as these. It provides the demographic patterns, labour dynamics, economic developments, and other socio economic indices related to the triple challenge of poverty, inequality and unemployment. These indices highlight performance and trends of selected development indicators and set the basis for planning, action prioritisation to improve the lives of people in the local municipality. The report can serve as a diagnostic document that articulates key questions which should be addressed by a long-term plan and strategy for the development of Chris Hani District Municipality. Trend analysis in this report shows the extent to which the District has recovered from the economic meltdown in 2009. This report draw heavily from the analysis compiled by IHS Global Insight. It uses both the data provided by the IHS Regional Explorer and the analysis provided in the Rex Publisher. Additional information was drawn from the International Monetary Funds (IMF) for global economic outlook and Statistics South Africa (Census 2011 Census and 2016 Community Survey) for demographic data. Statistics South Africa, the official data provider does not provide labour and economic statistics at local and districts levels. Therefore, the document drew labour and economic data from IHS Global Insight (IHS, 2017).

Emalahleni Local Municipality Socio Economic Review and Outlook 2017

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Category : Statistics and data, Research
Publish Date : 25 Aug 2017
The report seeks to reflect on the current socio-economic developments in Emalahleni Local Municipality with the view of providing a strong conceptual and empirical basis for policy-making, especially in turbulent times such as these. It provides the demographic patterns, labour dynamics, economic developments, and other socio economic indices related to the triple challenge of poverty, inequality and unemployment. These indices highlight performance and trends of selected development indicators and set the basis for planning, action prioritisation to improve the lives of people in the local municipality. The report can serve as a diagnostic document that articulates key questions which should be addressed by a long-term plan and strategy for the development of Emalahleni Local Municipality. Trend analysis in this report shows the extent to which the District has recovered from the economic meltdown in 2009. This report draw heavily from the analysis compiled by IHS Global Insight. It uses both the data provided by the IHS Regional Explorer and the analysis provided in the Rex Publisher. Additional information was drawn from the International Monetary Funds (IMF) for global economic outlook and Statistics South Africa (Census 2011 Census and 2016 Community Survey) for demographic data. Statistics South Africa, the official data provider does not provide labour and economic statistics at local and districts levels. Therefore, the document drew labour and economic data from IHS Global Insight (IHS, 2017).

 

 

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