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2020 Mid-year population estimates

Media release                                                                                                                                                          9 July 2020 2020 Mid-year population estimates South Africa’s mid year population is estimated to have increased to 59,62 million in   read more »


Statistics South Africa releases the Mid-year population estimates

Media Advisory                                                                                                                                       6 July 2020 Statistics South Africa releases the Mid-year population estimates The Statistician-General of South Africa, Mr Risenga Maluleke, will release   read more »


Mid-year population estimates 2018

Media Release                                                                                                                                   23 July 2018   South Africa’s mid-year population is estimated to have increased to 57,73 million in 2018, representing an overall increase of 1,55% between 2017 and 2018.  Gauteng continues to record the largest share of the   read more »


Statistics South Africa releases the Mid-year population estimates

Media advisory                                                                                                     18 July 2018 Statistics South Africa releases the Mid-year population estimates The Statistician-General of South Africa, Mr Risenga   read more »


Stats SA releases Mid-year population estimates, 2015

Media Invite The Statistician-General, Mr Pali Lehohla, will release the 2015 Mid-year population estimates report at a media briefing to be held on 23 July 2015 in Pretoria. The report includes data on HIV prevalence estimates and the number of people living with HIV, fertility rates and average life expectancy at birth. The report also   read more »


MEDIA INVITE: Mid-year Population Estimates 2014

  The Statistician-General, Pali Lehohla, will release the Mid-year Population Estimates for 2014. Based on the latest available information, the estimates cover all the residents of South Africa at the 2014 mid-year. Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) releases this publication on the mid-year population estimates annually, which provides an estimate of the population of South   read more »


New mid-year estimates reveal ageing population

The latest mid-year population estimates produced by Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) show that South Africa’s population is estimated at 56,5 million people. The estimates indicate that the proportion of elderly (60 years and older) in South Africa is growing, reaching 8,1 % in 2017. According to the estimates, there are 4,6 million people in   read more »


SA population reaches 58,8 million

SA population reaches 58,8 million

The estimated population of South Africa stands at 58,78 million, according to the recently released 2019 mid-year population estimates (MYPE). The MYPE report provides population estimates at national and provincial levels, disaggregated by age and sex. World Population Day, which took place on the 11th July, focused on enabling the youth with the necessary skills   read more »


World Population Day: How does SA compare?

World Population Day: How does SA compare?

By mid-2018, according to the Mid-year population estimates released by Stats SA, South Africa’s population stood at 57,73 million people, which is less than one per cent (0,75%) of the total world population. According to the UN, the total world population is estimated at 7,7 billion people in 2019 and will exceed 8 billion by   read more »


Mid-Year Estimates 2016

Mid-Year Estimates 2016

55,9 million people in South Africa:  Planning for a better tomorrow The population of South Africa is estimated to be 55, 9 million by end June 2016. Between 2002 and 2016 South Africa experienced a positive population growth year on year. Between 2002 and 2016, there was an overall increase in Life expectancy (55,2 to   read more »


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Prince Albert

The Prince Albert Local Municipality lies on the southern edge of the Great Karoo, a semi-desert region of the Western Province. The municipality provides services to LeeuGamka, Prince Albert Road, Klaarstroom and Prince Albert and is also responsible for various facilities in these areas.(www.westerncape.gov.za)

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Beaufort West

Beaufort West Local Municipality is located in the Western Cape Province of South Africa, and forms part of the Central Karoo District Municipality.

On 03 February 1837, a proclamation appeared in the Government Gazette stating that Beaufort had been granted municipal government, and thus it became the first municipality in South Africa.To avoid confusion with Fort Beaufort and Port Beaufort, the name Beaufort was changed to Beaufort West in the 1860s (www.beaufortwestmun.co.za).

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City of Cape Town

The City of Cape Town as a municipal entity of today is just over ten years old. However, the Mother City has the oldest municipal structure in the country, going back to its first Council meeting held on 8 April 1652 on a sailing ship anchored in Table Bay.

The Mother City is South Africas oldest city, with an area of 2461 km2. It is the legislative capital of South Africa, the administrative and economic centre of the Western Cape Province.

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Camdeboo

Camdeboo Local Municipality which incorporates the towns of Graaff-Reinet, Aberdeen, and Nieu-Bethesda is strategically situated as a portal to the mystical Karoo in an area renowned for its pristine natural environment, rich heritage, diverse peoples and cultures. The area (12,422km) boasts a number of popular tourist attractions, beautiful landscapes and a healthy climate. Being situated in an arid area within the Cacadu district, Camdeboo faces many challenges, the biggest of which is water.The lack of sustainable and permanent water is probably the most inhibiting factor in the areas development, as it restricts both agricultural and industrial activities. (http://mfma.treasury.gov.za)

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Lekwa

Lekwa Local Municipality was established on the 5th of December 2000 after the amalgamation of 3 former Transitional Local Councils namely Standerton, Sakhile and Morgenzon. Lekwa Local Municipality lies on the large open plains of the Highveld region that is characterised by tall grass and is transversed by the Vaal River which flows in a westerly direction. The municipality spans an area of 4 586 km2 which equates to 15% of the overall area of GertSibande District.

The Municipality is namedafter the Vaal River which is commonly known as Lekwa (a Sotho name for Vaal River).

The Municipality consists of Standerton which serves as an urban node, whileMorgenzon, which is 45km North East of Standerton,serves as a satellite node. It is landlocked by the following local municipalities, Pixley ka Seme and Msukaligwa on the east, Dipaliseng on the west and Govan Mbeki on the north. The south edge is abutted by Mpumelelo Local Municipality which is in the northern part of the Free State Province. (http://www.lekwalm.gov.za)

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