Category Archives: Announcements

REQUEST FOR QUOTATION

CAR HIRE REQUIRED FOR CENSUS 2022 PROJECT Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) will be conducting the population Census between January and July 2022. Approximately one thousand three hundred and eighty six (1386) vehicles will be required at this stage for the project. We are therefore requesting all suppliers who have the fleet of cars and   read more »


Stats SA extends closing date for Census 2022 Recruitment Drive to 31 January 2022.

Media Alert                                                                            29 December 2021 Stats SA extends closing date for Census 2022 Recruitment Drive to 31 January 2022. The closing date for Census 2022 Recruitment Drive is extended to 31 January 2022. This will give the 2021 matriculants, who will receive their results towards the end of January 2022, a chance to apply   read more »


Application for Census 2022 contract opportunities is only through the Stats SA website

Application for Census 2022 contract opportunities is only through the Stats SA website. Only online applications will be considered. Do not submit application documents to anyone.


CAR HIRE SERVICE PROVIDERS NEEDED FOR CENSUS 2022 PROJECT

CAR HIRE SERVICE PROVIDERS NEEDED FOR CENSUS 2022 PROJECT Stats SA will be conducting the population Census between January and July 2022. Approximately six thousand (6000) vehicles will be required to conduct the project. We are therefore requesting all suppliers who have the fleet of cars and are interested to participate to contact the officials   read more »


Stats SA resumes face-to-face data collection for Pilot Census from 13 August

Stats SA will deploy fieldworkers to collect data for the Pilot Census from 13 to 31 August 2021. Fieldworkers will be visiting sampled households in seven provinces namely: Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, Northern Cape and North West.  Fieldwork in Kwa-Zulu Natal and Western Cape will resume at a later date. The fieldworkers   read more »


Stats SA Suspends Field Visits

Media release                                                                                              30 June 2021 Stats SA Suspends Field Visits Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) has suspend in-person data collection following new COVID-19 Alert Level 4 restrictions. The national statistical agency had resumed limited field visits across the country in April this year after pulling out in March 2020. “All face-to-face data collection methods are   read more »


Stats SA urges households and institutions to register for Pilot Census

Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) will conduct a Pilot Census in selected areas across the country to prepare for the upcoming census. Registration for households/institutions to be counted in the Pilot Census closes on 30 June 2021. Data collection for the Pilot Census is from 3 – 28 July 2021. All households and institutions in   read more »


Statistics South Africa to resume field visits to ensure data integrity for household surveys amid COVID-19 restrictions

  For immediate release                                                                                                                                                 1 April 2021 Statistics South Africa to   read more »


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Registration on the Stats SA HR database is open

Stats SA has reopened registration for contract employment on the recruitment database for prospective candidates. Information on what employment opportunities are available can be accessed here. To register or update your details, access the database here. Registration closes on 15 December 2020. For any enquiries please contact Sarah Khoza (012 310 8097) or Omphile More   read more »