Reports & Research: B | Western Cape Government

Reports & Research: B

Government reports and research, listed alphabetically by title. These publications are also listed under the appropriate life events and categories in Your Life and Topics.
Safety Information and Research (Department of Community Safety, Western Cape Government)
This document outlines the Bambanani community safety initiative, explaining how the initiative was started and what the impact of the initiative was in the first year (2003).
(File type: pdf; size: 660.89 KB)Department of Economic Development and Tourism (Western Cape Government)
This report has two broad objectives. The first is linked to distributing and sharing information amongst a broad range of stakeholders about the activities of the Sector Education & Training Authorities (SETAs) in the province. The second is to avail this information so that it might translate into practical ways of planning, connecting and working together to achieve the skills development goals of the Skills Development and Levies Acts (1998 & 1999 respectively).
(File type: pdf; size: 198.25 KB)
This report provides an account of South Africa?s progress in fulfilling its commitments to the Beijing Platform of Action. Particularly it looks at South Africa?s progress in establishing a Gender Machinery
(File type: pdf; size: 923.16 KB)Department of Trade and Industry (National) (The Government of South Africa)
District Health Services and Programmes (Department of Health, Western Cape Government)
(File type: pdf; size: 634.13 KB)Department of Economic Development and Tourism (Western Cape Government)
This report was compiled by the Bureau for Economic Research, and outlines the current state and short-term prospects for the National and Western Cape Economies.
(File type: pdf; size: 476.54 KB)Department of Economic Development and Tourism (Western Cape Government)
This report reflects the current state and short-term prospects for the economy in South Africa and the Western Cape.
(File type: pdf; size: 410 KB)Department of Economic Development and Tourism (Western Cape Government)
This report reflects the current state and short-term prospects for the economy in South Africa and the Western Cape.