Reports & Research: E | Western Cape Government

Reports & Research: E

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.
Department of Economic Development and Tourism (Western Cape Government)
These reports gives a breakdown of employment equity in the Department of Economice Development and Tourism.
(File type: pdf; size: 832.86 KB)Department of Social Development (Western Cape Government)
E-Innovation (Department of the Premier, Western Cape Government)
In 2004 a study was conducted to evaluate the e-readiness of non-profit organisations (NPOs) in the Western Cape. The assessment of 100 NPOs spread throughout the province helped to identify the constraints to greater ICT-adoption among NPOs and also to determine if geographic location - inside or outside the City of Cape Town Municipality - has an influence on NPO e-readiness. Based on the results of the survey, appropriate recommendations were made to Government for its ICT-enablement e-government programmes.
(File type: pdf; size: 429.48 KB)E-Innovation (Department of the Premier, Western Cape Government)
This report is a product of a research project jointly undertaken by the City of Cape Town and the Provincial Government of the Western Cape to provide a basis for the development of e-government services. The core research was done between March and May 2003. The research was done to help to answer the question: which government services should be transferred into digital form and made available online? The research approached this question from a beneficiary perspective: that is, how are government services understood and perceived by beneficiaries?
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The Department of Labour has requested the Department of Local Government and Housing to submit an Employment Equity Report in its campaign to ensure that employers are complying with the Employment Equity Act. This document is a report on the employment equity status of the Department for the 1 April 2005 - 31 March 2006 period.
The Department of Labour has requested the Department of Local Government and Housing to submit an Employment Equity Report in its campaign to ensure that employers are complying with the Employment Equity Act. This document is a report on the employment equity status of the Department for the 1 April 2006 - 31 March 2007 period.
The Department of Labour has requested the Department of Local Government and Housing to submit an Employment Equity Report in its campaign to ensure that employers are complying with the Employment Equity Act. This document is a report on the employment equity status of the Department for the 1 April 2007 - 31 March 2008 period.
The Department of Labour has requested the Department of Local Government and Housing to submit an Employment Equity Report in its campaign to ensure that employers are complying with the Employment Equity Act. This document is a report on the employment equity status of the Department for the 1 April 2004 - 31 March 2005 period.
Department of Human Settlements (Western Cape Government)

Household Enumeration & GIS Mapping Study: Airport Precinct and Kosovo

The Western Cape Department of Human Settlements in partnership with the City of Cape Town and the Community Organization Resource Centre (CORC) conducted a household enumeration study in 11 informal settlements namely, Gxagxa, Vukuzenzele, Lusaka, KTC, Kanana, Barcelona, Europe, Kosovo, Tsunami, Thabo Mbeki & Hlazo Village which are located in the Cape Town Metropolitan Area.

(File type: pdf; size: 1.65 MB)Department of Social Development (Western Cape Government)
(File type: pdf; size: 1.44 MB)City of Cape Town
The Smart Cape Access Project provides free computer access and Internet connectivity to the citizens of Cape Town in six city libraries. This evaluation assesses the impact of Smart Cape on users and the impact of the technology and management of the project on the City of Cape Town and its resources.
This is a benchmark study of regional tourism development in the Western Cape. It assesses the Tiered Support Programmes, as facilitated by the Western Cape Department of Economic Development and Tourism, by setting out the research findings from the Tourism Entrepreneur Survey and the Programme Stakeholders Survey. Taken together, these findings develop an understanding of the impact of the Tiered Support Programmes as of August 2005.
(File type: pdf; size: 844.83 KB)Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)

In November 2014, Creative Consulting & Development Works was appointed by the Western Cape Government, Department of Community Safety (DoCS) to conduct an implementation evaluation of the Expanded Partnership Programme (EPP).

Department of the Premier (Western Cape Government)
The Expenditure Review 2002 is an effort in assessing the qualitative performance of the Province as a whole, as well as the votes (provincial departments) individually, taking historical trends and sector specific issues into account and showing the implications for the Medium Term Expenditure Framework until 2004/05, based on current allocations. An attempt is also made to reflect on non-financial information to give the reader a better understanding on the performance of the Province and provincial departments.
(File type: pdf; size: 616.56 KB)Provincial Government Public Finance (Provincial Treasury, Western Cape Government)
The Expenditure Review 2003 is a further effort in improving expenditure management and assessing the qualitative performance of the Province as a whole, as well as the votes (provincial departments) individually, taking historical trends and sector-specific issues into account and showing the implications for the Medium-Term Expenditure Framework until 2005/2006, based on current allocations. An attempt is also made to reflect on non-financial information in order to give the reader a better understanding of the performance of the Province and provincial departments.
(File type: pdf; size: 6.89 MB)Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)