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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)
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: 844.83 KB)Department of Police Oversight and 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)
(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.