Reports & Research: H | Western Cape Government

Reports & Research: H

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.
These documents were generated at the Human Settlement Seminar hosted by the Department of Local Government and Housing on 27 - 28 May 2006. It includes all the presentations made and all the supporting documents at the seminar.
Disaster Management and Fire and Rescue Services (Department of Local Government, Western Cape Government)
On Monday, 20 November 2006 at 15h30 Haarlem-East, which falls into the boundaries of the Eden District Municipalities District Management Area (DMA), was severely hit by a hail storm. This report contains the Cabinet Submissions whereby the Department of Local Government reported the implications and the estimated losses for the disaster event.
(File type: pdf; size: 218.14 KB)Provincial Cabinet (Western Cape Government)
Detailed report on plans for the introduction of Healthcare 2010 that aims to restructure the health services in the Western Cape to increase efficiency and accessibility.
(File type: pdf; size: 708.17 KB)Legislation (Governance and Institutional Support)
This is the final report from the Heath Commission investigations into allegations surrounding the proposed renaming of Adderley and Wale Streets in Cape Town.
(File type: pdf; size: 183.25 KB)Safety Information and Research (Department of Community Safety, Western Cape Government)
This assessment looks at the 2004 Hands off Our Children (HOOC) Campaign and evaluates whether the campaign was able to impact on the previously identified problem areas and whether the strategy has had any impact on the reduction of crimes affecting children. The evaluation also identifies weaknesses in the campaign and makes programmatic and structural recommendations.
(File type: pdf; size: 200.07 KB)
Summarised Report and Forward Looking Document: 1 April 2002 to 31 March 2003
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
Department of Human Settlements (Western Cape Government)

The Human Settlement Demand Profiles were generated as part of a Human Settlement Demand Study conducted for the Province. It can be used by municipalities as a planning tool to improve housing provision processes as it assists in understanding the feasibility of different market segments within each municipal area. The profiles can also serve as a basis for future research projects or as inputs informing new policies regarding housing and human settlement demand.

Financial Governance and Accounting (Provincial Treasury, Western Cape Government)