Category Archives: Fieldworker

Post-enumeration Survey (PES) 2022

Statistics South Africa conducted an independent survey to measure the accuracy and reach of the Census 2022 population count from 8 June to 26 July 2022. Mop-up activities are set to run from 27 July to 28 August 2022. The Post-enumeration Survey (PES) identifies how many households and persons were erroneously included, missed or counted   read more »


Post-enumeration Survey (PES) 2022 kicks off to measure Census 2022 coverage

Statistics South Africa will conduct an independent survey to measure the accuracy and reach of the Census 2022 population count from 8 June to 26 July 2022. Mop-up activities are set to run from 27 July to 06 August 2022. The Post Enumeration Survey (PES) identifies how many households and persons were erroneously included, missed   read more »


Post-enumeration Survey (PES) 2022 kicks off to measure Census 2022 coverage

Statistics South Africa will conduct an independent survey to measure the accuracy and reach of the Census 2022 population count from 8 June to 26 July 2022. The Post Enumeration Survey (PES) identifies how many households and persons were erroneously included, missed or counted more than once during the Census 2022 population count. The national   read more »


Urgent appeal to Western Cape households to get counted in Census 2022

Residents of the Western Cape have an additional period – until 14 May – to complete the Census questionnaire. The province is still lagging behind the rest of the country in terms of completeness of data collection. Nationally, 88% of households have been counted while the Western Cape is at the 60% mark. Stats SA   read more »


Census 2022 online questionnaire completion now available.

Households have one final opportunity to complete the census questionnaire online before 30 April 2022. Households who have not been counted can go to https://getcounted.statssa.gov.za/#!/home and fill in their name, surname and cellphone number. They will then get an OTP which will give them access to the census questionnaire. Questionnaire completion is quick and easy,   read more »


Registration for Census 2022 data collection is open

Data Story                                                                                                                                                              01 December 2021 Registration for Census 2022   read more »


100 Day Countdown to the total count of the population in South Africa, Census 2022

Data Story                                                                    25 October 2021   100 Day Countdown to the total count of the population in South Africa, Census 2022 The 100 Day Countdown to Census Night of the next population count, Census 2022, starts on 25 October 2021. The night of 2 February 2022 will be the reference point on which everyone   read more »


Continuous Population Survey (CPS) test goes to the field

Who are the poor? Where do they live? And what are their life circumstances? This is part of the information that the expenditure year of the Continuous Population Survey (CPS) aims to collect from South African households to monitor and profile poverty and inequality levels in the country and to provide data that can be   read more »


Statistics South Africa and the POPI Act

One of the primary responsibilities of Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) is to conduct surveys and collect information from households and businesses. How does Stats SA’s activities relate to the POPI Act? What is the POPI Act? The Protection of Personal Information Act (Act No. 4 of 2013), known as the POPI Act1, is South   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 »