Reports & Research: S

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: 1.39 MB)Chief Directorate: Disaster Management and Fire and Rescue Services (Department of Local Government, Western Cape Government)
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
The Safer Festive Season Programme 2004/2005 aims to develop an integrated and synergised crime prevention initiative. It includes the participation of the Department of Community Safety, SAPS, City Police, local law enforcement agencies, business, civil society organisations and communities for the festive season.
(File type: pdf; size: 212.76 KB)Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)

Safer Western Cape Conference

13 and 14 November 2018
The River Club, Observatory 

Reducing violence and building community safety through collaboration,

professional policing and evidence-based interventions



The Safer Western Cape conference brought together crime, safety and governance experts to discuss innovative and practical ways to reduce violence and improve community safety. 

Department of Economic Development and Tourism (Western Cape Government)
This report focuses on how safety and security are key factors in ensuring sustainable tourism growth as well as being a catalyst for trade and investment in South Africa.
(File type: pdf; size: 135.53 KB)Department of Economic Development and Tourism (Western Cape Government)
Part of the Current State and Short-Term Prospects for the South African and Western Cape Economies
Legislation (Governance and Institutional Support)
An Investigating Committee had been appointed to conduct an inquiry into allegations of maladministration, non-compliance with statutory obligations, or other serious malpractices committed by any person or persons in the Kannaland Municipality or any person or persons who are or were connected to the Kannaland Municipality. This report gives the outcome of the inquiry and recommendations made by the Investigating Committee.
(File type: pdf; size: 854.48 KB)Public Policy Services (Provincial Treasury, Western Cape Government)
The Public Finance Management Act (1999) requires that when the annual budget is tabled in the National Assembly or Provincial Legislature, the Accounting Officer of the Department concerned must submit measurable objectives for each main division within that particular vote. This implies that outputs and outcomes must be defined and they must be published. It also calls for the introduction of performance-based budgeting. In the performance-based budgeting environment, the budget of a particular department is expressed in terms of activities and outputs.
Human Settlement Development (Western Cape Government)
This document lists all the approved projects that applied for funding at the Settlement Relief Fund for the financial period 2002/2003.
(File type: pdf; size: 256.75 KB)Culture and Heritage (Department of Cultural Affairs & Sport, Western Cape Government)
Summary report of an investigation of the language use and practices in the Western Cape Provincial Administration.
(File type: pdf; size: 1.46 MB)The Presidency (The Government of South Africa)
The Presidency in partnership with UNICEF South Africa has completed a study on "Situational Analysis of Children in South Africa". The study covered the gains made by government on child survival, protection and development over the years. Significant gains have been recorded on Child Poverty, Child Survival and Health, Early Childhood Development, Education, Care and Protection. Children from both urban and rural areas of all provinces were afforded opportunity to give inputs into the report.
Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

Regional profiles provide the Western Cape municipalities with data and information which may assist in planning, budgeting and the prioritisation of municipal services. It is acknowledged that municipalities across the Western Cape have different capacities and therefore will use the information in this publication to suit their own needs. 

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

Regional profiles provide the Western Cape municipalities with data and information which may assist in planning, budgeting and the prioritisation of municipal services. It is acknowledged that municipalities across the Western Cape have different capacities and therefore will use the information in this publication to suit their own needs. 

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

Regional profiles provide the Western Cape municipalities with data and information which may assist in planning, budgeting and the prioritization of municipal services. It is acknowledged that municipalities across the Western Cape have different capacities and therefore will use the information in this publication to suit their own needs. 

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

Regional profiles provide the Western Cape municipalities with data and information which may assist in planning, budgeting and the prioritization of municipal services. It is acknowledged that municipalities across the Western Cape have different capacities and therefore will use the information in this publication to suit their own needs. 

(File type: pdf; size: 881.72 KB)Public Policy Services (Provincial Treasury, Western Cape Government)
This is compiled using available information from PGWC and other sources. Some of the information is unaudited and may have been revised by the time of publication. PR244/2006

ISBN: 0-621-36942-X
(File type: pdf; size: 277.66 KB)Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)
(File type: pdf; size: 886.73 KB)Public Policy Services (Provincial Treasury, Western Cape Government)
This is compiled using available information from PGWC and other sources. Some of the information is unaudited and may have been revised by the time of publication. PR246/2006

ISBN: 0-621-36944-6
(File type: pdf; size: 1.15 MB)Public Policy Services (Provincial Treasury, Western Cape Government)
This is compiled using available information from PGWC and other sources. Some of the information is unaudited and may have been revised by the time of publication. PR243/2006

ISBN: 0-621-36941-1
(File type: pdf; size: 1.26 MB)Public Policy Services (Provincial Treasury, Western Cape Government)
The Western Cape Socio-Economic Review (SER) sketches the economic and labour market challenges that government need to address in order to reduce unemployment and inequality in the Western Cape.
Department of Environmental Affairs (National) (The Government of South Africa)
The document analyses the results from the tourism industry from January to March 2003 and compares this with the previous year.
The Anti-Corruption Summit was held to launch the Local Government Anti-Corruption Strategy (LGACS) in the Western Cape Province. This page lists the Speeches and Presentations held at the summit.
Department of the Premier (Western Cape Government)
This report by the Chief Directorate Policy and Strategy in the Department of the Premier is an integrated approach for improved service delivery in the Western Cape.
(File type: pdf; size: 1.64 MB)Department of Community Safety (Western Cape Government)
This report is a study into the readiness of the Community Police Forums in the Western Cape Province.
(File type: pdf; size: 161.86 KB)Department of Public Service and Administration (National) (The Government of South Africa)
This is an overview of legislation, policy and practical measures taken to prevent and uncover corruption in South Africa.
(File type: pdf; size: 2.67 MB)Department of Social Development (Western Cape Government)
The survey is the first representative survey of high school learners in the Western Cape Province. The sample included the participation of 20227 grade 8 to 10 learners across the entire Province. The survey has allowed the Department of Social Development to report on substance use, mental health, and risk behaviours of this target group with reasonable accuracy.
(File type: pdf; size: 752.43 KB)Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)
This report uses official Censuses of manufacturing data. It examines evidence both at the magisterial district level (33 magisterial districts in the Western Cape), and for three-digit manufacturing sectors at the statistical region level (24 sectors for nine statistical regions).