4 edition of Income and expenditure patterns of urban black multiple households in Pretoria, 1985 found in the catalog.
Income and expenditure patterns of urban black multiple households in Pretoria, 1985
J. H. Martins
by Bureau of Market Research, University of South Africa in Pretoria
Written in English
Previous ed.: Income and expenditure patterns of urban Black multiple households in Pretoria, 1980 / by M. Loubser, E.M.M. Nel. 1981.
|Statement||by J.H. Martins.|
|Series||Research report = Navorsingsverslag ;, no. 130.2, Research report (University of South Africa. Bureau of Market Research) ;, no. 130.2.|
|Contributions||Loubser, M. G.|
|LC Classifications||HC517.S7 S48 no. 130, pt. 2, HD7064.4.Z8P74 S48 no. 130, pt. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||86220725|
Pretoria - South Africa’s household consumption expenditure growth is projected to reach % in , according to National Treasury’s medium-term budget. “A moderate recovery in household consumption growth from should support domestic demand in food and beverages, motor vehicles, furniture and appliances,” said Treasury. Percentage of Income 1 2 3 4 h_d0 h_d1 h_d2 h_d3 h_d4 h_d5 h_d6 h_d7 h_d8 h_d91 h_d h_d h_d h_d Household Deciles % Source: SA SAM The same measurement was used to calculate the regressiveness of VAT for The low-income households pay up to percent of their income to VAT, while the higher income.
Figure 1: Farming income and non-farm income as a percentage of total income of farm households in South Africa Source: Survey of Large and Small-scale agriculture, The results from the survey also reveal that only % of the total number of farming operations was situated in the former South Africa, but received % of the total. This working paper analyses consumer indebtedness among urban South African households. The theoretical basis of the topic lies within consumption theory, and the empirical exercises are conducted on Part Two of the October Household Survey – the Income and Expenditure Survey (Statistics South Africa, ) and an adjusted dataset constructed by Wefa Southern Africa.
Sources: Overall inequality: Gini coefficient of per capita income from Statistics South Africa, , Table 5, linked at / to series from from Leibbrandt et al (a, Table ), linked at / to estimates for , and of Whiteford and van Seventer (). Top income shares: Shares of top 1 per cent in total gross income from (excluding capital gains. University of Pretoria etd Kibuuka, L E () ii profile, design appropriate products and delivery systems for the black middle and high-income clients in South Africa. The study also shows that banks do not really understand specifically, may result in low-income households resorting to .
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Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Martins, J.H. Income and expenditure patterns of urban black multiple households in Pretoria, Income and expenditure patterns of non-white urban households: Pretoria survey (single Bantu households) (University of South Africa.
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A Nel. Engel, proportion of expenditure spent on food is inversely related to total income [3, 4]. The level of household income is often a major determinant of expenditure patterns of households, and hence differences between patterns of expenditure are largely a reflection of differences in income between household groups or individual.
Income and expenditure of households / Analysis of results 2 Consumption expenditure by income group, population group and province As expected the poorest 20% of households allocated a considerably higher proportion of their expenditure to food and non-alcoholic beverages and clothing and footwear than the richest 20% of households.
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Based on the simulated update 1985 book the Income and Expenditure Survey data, the average structure of households’ expenditures (the democratic weighting) is illustrated for the ten expenditure deciles7 and overall in Figure The differing expenditure patterns according to income, as proxied by expenditure decile, are clear.
Poor households. income of older blacks in rural and urban areas of the Free State, South Africa Sarie J.E.J.
van Vuuren* and Dirk C. Groenewald Department of Sociology, University of the Orange Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa Abstract A lack of empirical data on the pattern of expenditure of social pension income by black South African beneficiariesCited by: 3.
Income and Expenditure Survey Survey is conducted every five years in South main purpose of the survey is to determine the average expenditure patterns of households in different areas of the country.
the 3 design PSUs in the Master Sample and DUs from the supplemented urban PSUs. In the case of multiple. The study was designed to analyse the food expenditure patterns of smallholder farming households. Income and expenditure data were collected from randomly sampled farming households in Shamva.
income Black households, tobacco and smoking supplies was percent ($) of their total expenditure but made up only percent ($) of total expenditure for high-income Black households. Category Pretax income Age of reference person Family size Number of vehicles Number of bathrooms in unit Number of rooms in unit All United States (1)Cited by: 1.
Research on income distribution in South Africa has, for obvious reasons, focused on inter-racial (inter-group) income distribution.
Quite dramatic changes have occurred in inter-racial income distribution patterns since the s, with the black share of income rising for the first time and at times exceeding the rise in their population share.
In the Central Statistical Service of South Africa sponsored a household expenditure survey in a sub-set of households in 12 major metro/urban areas in the country. The aim of the survey was to obtain data on income and expenditure patterns of South African households on which the Consumer Price Index (CPS) and various other economic.
On average, surveyed households spend % of household income on food. Male-headed households were found to spend more of their income (32%) on food. In Section 3, we analyze the participation of rural households in income-generating activities and the share of income from each activity in household income, across all households and by expenditure quintile.
We then move from the level of rural space to that of the rural household, examining patterns of diversification and specialization in Cited by: Affordability and Expenditure Patterns for Electricity and Kerosene in Urban Households in Tanzania By Raymond Mnenwa & Emmanuel Maliti This policy brief is dedicated to the work of Dr.
Raymond Mnenwa, who passed away before the publication of this piece. Key messages l Modern sources of energy, i.e. electricity and LPG, are not affordable to. The breakdown reveals massive levels of inequality, where almost two-thirds (61%) of white households fall into the highest level of monthly expenditure (R10,+), compared to.
PATTERNS OF FOOD CONSUMPTION AND EXPENDITURE AMONG HOUSEHOLDS IN THE LIMPOPO PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA CHRISTINE JOYCE ADONG Promoter: Prof.
Marijke D’Haese Tutor: Drs. Lotte Staelens Master’s dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Nutrition and Rural Development.
This is the questionnaire for expenditure on and consumption of individual items Description This document, referred to by Statistic SA as the Summary Questionnaire, is the enumerator's manual to assist enumerators in the survey in using the Classification of Individual Consumption by Purpose (COICOP) coding for expenditure listed in the weekly.
Income and expenditure patterns of urban black multiple households in Pretoria, (Research report = Navorsingsverslag) by J. Martins, M. Loubser Paperback, Pages, Published by Bureau Of Market Research, University Of South Africa ISBNISBN: 4. Income and expenditure inequality This section analyses the current levels of income and expenditure inequality in South Africa.
The statistics are all derived from the various datasets of the /6 Income and Expenditure Survey (IES) produced by Statistics South Africa (Stats SA, a).
The Northern Free State region in South Africa was selected as the study region. A sample of approximately 2 households was randomly selected within 12 poor communities in the region. A poverty line was calculated and 74% of all households were found to live below the poverty line.4 where xh is medical budget share for household h, and njh are the numbers of people in household h in each of J age-gender groups.3 Estimating ϕ in this model, Case and Deaton fail to find any evidence of systematic gender differences in medical expenditure, though there is some evidence that middle-aged men (ages 36 - 55) are favored over women in the same age category.1 Transforming South Africa’s low-income housing projects through backyard dwellings: Intersections with households and the State in Alexandra, Johannesburg Yasmin Shapurjee1* Sarah Charlton2 ABSTRACT South Africa’s ‘housing programme’ transfers a fully-funded serviced site and house to qualifying beneficiaries with aims of progressively addressing poverty.