Reports & Research: P | Western Cape Government

Reports & Research: P

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.
(File type: pdf; size: 518.87 KB)Safety Information and Research (Department of Community Safety, Western Cape Government)
This preliminary review of the laws on the killing of children is the first phase of a four-phase process that includes a literature review (this publication), a workshop process to raise awareness and start developing prevention strategies, a docket analysis to guage the level of service delivery from SAPS, and finally, the development and operationalisation of a holistic prevention strategy.
Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)
In 2005, the Provincial Treasury commissioned Idasa, the Institute for Democracy in South Africa, to design, conduct and analyse the results from this study.

The study tries to asses the following:

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)

Since the forecast was completed in July a number of events internationally and domestically have necessitated a change in the South African economic outlook. 

Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)

The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa provides for the National Minister to develop policing policies, taking into account the policing needs and priorities of the provinces as determined by the provincial executives. It is for this purpose that this report was prepared by the Department of Community Safety in order for policing plans to be developed, incorporating the needs and priorities of the Western Cape.

Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
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Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)

 The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa provides for the National Minister to develop policing policies, taking into account the policing needs and priorities of the provinces as determined by the provincial executives. It is for this purpose that this report was prepared by the Department of Community Safety in order for policing plans to be developed, incorporating the needs and priorities of the Western Cape.

(File type: pdf; size: 1.15 MB)Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
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Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
(File type: pdf; size: 1.45 MB)Secretariat for Safety and Security (Department of Community Safety, Western Cape Government)
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Department of Local Government (Western Cape Government)
Department of the Premier (Western Cape Government)

Non-financial (performance) information of the Pre Audited Performance of 2018/19

The tables below represent the pre audited dataset of the performance information of all Provincial Departments and Entities within the Western Cape. The information provides an overview of performance against predetermined objectives and targets set in the 2018/19 Annual Performance Plans.

Department of Health (Western Cape Government)
Public Policy Services (Provincial Treasury, Western Cape Government)
This document provides a snapshot of the Western Cape economy and details the economic outlook. It is often referred to as "PERO".
Public Policy Services (Provincial Treasury, Western Cape Government)
This document provides a snapshot of the Western Cape economy and details the economic outlook for 2005. It is often referred to as "PERO".
Public Policy Services (Provincial Treasury, Western Cape Government)
This document provides a snapshot of the Western Cape economy and details the economic outlook for 2006. It is often referred to as "PERO".
Public Policy Services (Provincial Treasury, Western Cape Government)
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Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)
The Provincial Economic Review and Outlook (PERO) is the annual research report which provides an objective review and analysis of past and estimated future economic growth and socio-economic development of the Western Cape. The Western Cape Government (WCG) is committed to growing the economy and alleviating poverty, through appropriate policy initiatives. This requires an improved understanding of the real economy, in particular of industry activity, their prospects and the constraints they face.
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. The annual Western Cape Provincial Economic Review and Outlook (PERO) has become a key
source of Western Cape specific economic intelligence.
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. The annual Western Cape Provincial Economic Review and Outlook (PERO) has become a key
source of Western Cape specific economic intelligence.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

In its 12th year of publication, the 2016 Provincial Economic Review and Outlook (PERO) remains an important form of economic intelligence for the Western Cape
Government (WCG). It provides an objective review and analysis of past and forecasted future economic growth, highlighting key labour market dynamics while
focusing on key socio-economic development indicators of the Western Cape.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The 2017 Provincial Economic Review and Outlook (PERO) appraises recent economic developments and presents insights into opportunities to enhance the Western Cape economy amid the restrained economic outlook. The 2017 PERO, in conjunction with the 2017 Municipal Economic Review and Outlook (MERO), which reflects on the economic development issues taking a spatial focus at a district level and municipal level, further complements and strengthens the approach to evidence-based practices, provincial and municipal policy formulation, alignment, integrated planning and budgeting. 

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The principle of evidence-based practices is endorsed by the Western Cape Government and as such the objectives, strategies and interventions adopted by this
Government are embedded in the research. The annual Western Cape Provincial Economic Review and Outlook (PERO) together with the Municipal Economic Review
and Outlook (MERO) are key sources of economic intelligence empowering political and administrative leadership in their decision making processes. The MERO further
disaggregates key socio-economic trends to a sub-district municipal level.

Department of Local Government (Western Cape Government)
Department of Local Government (Western Cape Government)

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Public Policy Services (Provincial Treasury, Western Cape Government)

This research report looks at the state of different forms of gambling in South Africa and the positive and negative impacts gambling has on the country. The report then looks at the steps that the Gambling Board is taking to promote responsible gambling.