Census 2011

 
Was Census 2011 sucessful?
Was Census 2011 sucessful?
On October 30 2012, the first sets of Census 2011 data were released. Further data is still to come but a large majority has been presented to the...
The changing labour market
The changing labour market
Employment statistics in Census 2011 are drawn from people considered to be of working age, that is, between the ages of 15 and 64. In numbers this...
Trends in education
Trends in education
Information from Census 2011 offers a picture of the current trends, providing a base from which to plan the way ahead.The census provides some...
The South African numbers story
The South African numbers story
On March 15 2013, Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) and the statistician general Pali Lehohla held a business breakfast to share more information...
Census 2011 irregularities: Top officials pressured
Census 2011 irregularities: Top officials pressured
Three months after the release of the results of the 2011 census – and just weeks before the national government announces how provinces will...
Census 2011: Blame migrant white males, not the stats
Census 2011: Blame migrant white males, not the stats
Since the release of Census 2011, critics have pointed to peculiarities in the data, thus questioning the veracity of the results. The most...
Census data highlight the good and bad
Census data highlight the good and bad
We have a slew of measurements, such as trade figures, employment data, retail sales, credit extension and consumer prices that come out with monthly...
A country in a state of influx
A country in a state of influx
South Africans are on the move – away from poor, rural towns and provinces to bustling urban hubs in search of decent pay, job opportunities...
Census 2011: A trend in the right direction
Census 2011: A trend in the right direction
In everything from average household income to education and jobs, black South Africans fare worse than their white counterparts – and African...
Census 2011: Anomalies could disadvantage some provinces
Census 2011: Anomalies could disadvantage some provinces
With R323.6-billion hanging in the balance, an oversight body for Statistics South Africa on Thursday moved to defend the results of Census 2011 from...
Is Census 2011 accurate? Still depends on who you ask
Is Census 2011 accurate? Still depends on who you ask
It is strange that South Africans suddenly started having babies again, Statistics SA said on Thursday, and the distribution by province of the...

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