Category Archives: Notices

financial statistics of higher education institutions, 2016

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Media advisory 26 September 2017

Media advisory 26 September 2017 Statistician-General to release ‘Whither a Demographic Dividend South Africa: The Overton Window of Political Possibilities, 2017’ report at the 11th Annual University Higher Education Conference tomorrow Will South Africa reap the benefits of a demographic dividend? How does the country compare with other countries on the globe? The Statistician-General of   read more »


CALL FOR SPONSORS AND EXHIBITORS

CALL FOR SPONSORS AND EXHIBITORS

Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) will host the 28th International Population Conference (IPC) on behalf of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP) at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) from 29 October to 04 November 2017. We invite your organisation to participate in the conference by sponsoring or advertising your   read more »


How do we know if the latest GDP estimate was disappointing?

How do we know if the latest GDP estimate was disappointing?

Stats SA publishes estimates of GDP every quarter. It is one of the most anticipated statistical releases on the calendar as it captures the dynamics of the economy in a single number. The key number is expressed as the seasonally adjusted annualised growth between two consecutive quarters, based on GDP in real terms (i.e. volume)1.   read more »


Media advisory: Mortality and causes of death in South Africa

Media advisory                                                                                              24 February 2017 Statistician-General to release report on Mortality and causes of death in South Africa The Statistician-General of South Africa, Dr Pali Lehohla, will publish the Mortality and causes of death in South Africa, 2015 statistical release at a media briefing to be held on Tuesday, 28 February 2017 at Stats   read more »


Dr Pali Lehohla, pays tribute to the late Professor Hans Rosling

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Data users, have your say!

Data users, have your say!

We invite you to participate in the 2017 Stats SA User Satisfaction Survey (USS). Your opinion is critical to us and we intend to use the valuable results of this short survey to improve our data dissemination. The survey only takes between 5 -15 minutes to complete.   As an organisation we are responsible for disseminating official statistics to you,   read more »


THE UNITED NATIONS WORLD DATA FORUM: THE CONVERSATION CONTINUES

THE UNITED NATIONS WORLD DATA FORUM: THE CONVERSATION CONTINUES

The United Nation World Data Forum Secretariat announced the launch of the “Virtual UN World Data Forum” at http://bit.ly/2jyL4aP. This is a platform that will allow participants of the first UN World Data Forum, as well as other members of the global data and statistics community, to carry forward the conversations around innovative data solutions   read more »


Media advisory: Minister Gigaba and Statistician-General Lehohla to brief the media on partnership between the Department of Home Affairs and Statistics South Africa aimed at improving service delivery

Media advisory                                                                                                           18 November 2016 Home Affairs partners with Stats SA for the digitisation of South Africa’s civil records for improved service delivery The Minister of Home Affairs, Honourable Malusi Gigaba, together with the Statistician-General of South Africa, Dr Pali Lehohla, will launch a project on the digitisation of Home Affairs civil records on   read more »


Media invite: Gender Patterns in Transport: Water and Sanitation reports

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