Central Data Catalog
Population Census 1980
DataFirst , University of Cape Town, South Africa
Statistics South Africa
May 01, 2014
May 01, 2014
Documentation in PDF
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Abdi, Tahir, and Lawrence Edwards.
Trade, technology and wage inequality in South Africa
DPRU Working Paper 02, no. 60 (2002): 1-31.
Beall, J, Owen Crankshaw, and S Parnell.
A matter of timing: migration and housing access in Metropolitan Johannesburg
CSSR Working Paper , no. 15 (2002).
Professionalisation or polarisation? Economic restructuring and changes in Cape Town’s labour market
Master of Science degree, University of Cape Town, Department of Sociology, 2006.
Borel-Saladin, Jacqueline, and Owen Crankshaw.
Social polarisation or professionalisation? Another look at theory and evidence on deindustrialisation and the rise of the service sector
Urban Studies 46, no. 3 (2009): 645-664.
Crankshaw, Own, and Susan Parnell.
Race, inequality and urbanisation in Johannesburg region, 1946-1996
World cities beyond the West: globalization, development, and inequality (2004).
Horner, Dudley, and Francis Wilson.
A tapestry of people: The growth of population in the province of the Western Cape
SALDRU Working Paper 21 , no. 21 (2008).
Kok, Pieter, Mark Collinson, and Statistics South Africa.
Migration and urbanisation in South Africa
Pretoria, South Africa: Statistics South Africa, 2006.
Moll G, Peter.
The collapse of primary schooling returns in South Africa 1960 - 90
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 58, no. 1 (1996): 185-209.
Population growth, migration, economic growth and poverty in Gauteng since 1970
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit , no. 47 (2010).
Treiman, Donald, Matthew McKeever, and Eva Fodor.
Racial differences in occupational status and income in South Africa, 1880 and 1881
Demography 33, no. 1 (1996): 111-132.