Reports & Research: M | Western Cape Government

Reports & Research: M

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.
Disaster Management and Fire and Rescue Services (Department of Local Government, Western Cape Government)

This section includes major incidents and disasters in the Western Cape Province with information such as reports issued to the Provincial Cabinet, calculated losses, photos, and debriefing documents where available.

(File type: pdf; size: 1.85 MB)Social Dialogue and Human Rights (Department of the Premier, Western Cape Government)
This report presents the process and findings of a conflict intervention initiative undertaken after an outbreak of violence in Masiphumelele in September 2006.
(File type: pdf; size: 716.35 KB)Social Dialogue and Human Rights (Department of the Premier, Western Cape Government)
This survey aims to gather information about the types of businesses, products and services offered, business operations and types of interventions needed to improve the local business sector in Masiphumelele.
Department of the Premier (Western Cape Government)
Department of the Premier (Western Cape Government)
Governance and Integration (Department of the Premier, Western Cape Government)
This report considers the City Development and Human Development Indices for the Western Cape in order to assess the development in the region. For more information contact Dr Errol Myburg at 021 483 3261 or emyburg@pgwc.gov.za.
Department of Health (Western Cape Government)
Department of Economic Development and Tourism (Western Cape Government)
The Micro-Economic Development Strategy (MEDS) is one of the complementary, interactive strategies of iKapa Elihlumayo being developed by the PGWC. The aim is to stimulate economic development and transformation in the Western Cape. The strategy, led by the Department of Economic Development and Tourism, will guide and direct provincial government involvement in the private sector and be will be used as a planning tool.
Department of Economic Development and Tourism (Western Cape Government)

The Micro-Economic Development Strategy (MEDS) is one of the complementary, interactive strategies of iKapa Elihlumayo being developed by the PGWC. The aim is to stimulate economic development and transformation in the Western Cape. The strategy, led by the Department of Economic Development and Tourism, will guide and direct provincial government involvement in the private sector and be will be used as a planning tool.

Department of Health (Western Cape Government)
(File type: pdf; size: 1.4 MB)Department of the Premier (Western Cape Government)

This report provides a brief overview of the progress WCG provincial departments have made in relation to management practices and governance over the last five years. This report provides national and provincial data trends on the MPAT standards for the last five (5) years across four key performance areas.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

One of the principles of the Western Cape Governance architecture is evidence-based practice. The goals, strategies, and programmes are rooted in research, and practices of monitoring and evaluation.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

One of the principles of the Western Cape Governance architecture is evidence-based practice. The goals, strategies, and programmes are rooted in research, and practices of monitoring and evaluation.

 

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

This is the fifth edition of the Municipal Economic Review and Outlook (MERO) since its inception in 2012. The MERO continues to provide valuable evidenced-based research to municipalities within the Western Cape in support of enhanced planning for economic growth, job creation and socio-economic upliftment.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The Municipal Economic Review and Outlook (MERO) provides insightful evidencebased research about the state of the municipal economies within the Western Cape. The research becomes more critical as municipalities embark on the review of their 4th Generation Integrated Development Plans and the compilation of the 2018 Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure Budgets.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The Municipal Economic Review and Outlook (MERO) is an annual research publication produced by the Provincial Treasury of the Western Cape Government. The first edition of the MERO was published in 2012. It is aimed at informing policymakers at municipalities on key economic issues that affect policy, planning and budgeting.

(File type: pdf; size: 10.53 MB)Department of Human Settlements (Western Cape Government)

The Department has developed this Guideline document to assist municipalities to integrate the housing needs of farm residents into their existing planning and policy processes. The guideline presents a variety of housing subsidy options available to farm residents and the steps to be followed by municipalities.