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DataFirst, University of Cape Town
DataFirst is a resource unit at the University of Cape Town. It is a survey research facility where clients can access data from surveys on South and Southern Africa. The unit provides information and training related to these social surveys. Our resource centre is the repository for this survey data. It provides access to survey datasets and their supporting documentation for researchers at the University. Staff at DataFirst provide training in the use and analysis of this survey data.
Cape Gateway
Cape Gateway is a single point of access to government information and services for the citizens of the Western Cape.
City of Cape Town
This site is currently being expanded to become a comprehensive A-Z directory of council services, enabling the citizens of our city to find the information they want as quickly as possible. Examples of the services council provides to its residents are Amenities, Electricity, Libraries, Water etc. In the short term, information about our services will be provided, including contact details. In the medium term, we will provide downloadable documents (application forms, tariffs etc) where relevant. In the longer term, online access to services will be provided where relevant.
South African Data Archive
The South African Data Archive (SADA) serves as a broker between a range of data providers (e.g. statistical agencies, government departments, opinion and market research companies and academic institutions) and the research community. The archive does not only preserve data for future use, but also adds value to the collections. It safeguards datasets and related documentation and attempts to make it as easily accessible as possible for research and educational purposes.
Statistics South Africa
Stats SA aims to produce timely, accurate and accessible official statistics to help advance economic growth, development and democracy in the new South Africa.
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