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Income and expenditure patterns of urban Black multiple households in Durban, 1980

M. G. Loubser

Income and expenditure patterns of urban Black multiple households in Durban, 1980

by M. G. Loubser

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Published by Bureau of Market Research, University of South Africa in Pretoria .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Africa,
  • Durban
    • Subjects:
    • Cost and standard of living -- South Africa -- Durban -- Statistics.,
    • Blacks -- South Africa -- Durban -- Economic conditions -- Statistics.,
    • Consumption (Economics) -- South Africa -- Durban -- Statistics.,
    • Income -- South Africa -- Durban -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby M. Loubser.
      SeriesResearch report =, Navorsingsverslag ;, no 94.6, Research report (University of South Africa. Bureau of Market Research) ;, no. 94.6.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC517.S7 S48 no. 94, pt. 6, HD7064.4.Z8D8 S48 no. 94, pt. 6
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 97 p. :
      Number of Pages97
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3243509M
      ISBN 100908408161
      LC Control Number83158977

      statistician, Ernst Engel (). Engel studied the expenditure patterns of Belgian households in Germany in the year He found a highly consistent relationship between the share of consumption expenditure on food and income across households (Kaus, ). Income (formal) Person Lachman and Bercuson () Income Person Lachman and Bercuson () Income Person Lachman and Bercuson () Income Person Lachman and Bercuson () Income Urban Household Hirschowitz () Income Household Whiteford and McGrath ().

      For example, research in showed that 82% of South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP) was concentrated in 20% of the country’s major urban areas and 20% of urban areas had an average. Urban Rural Total Black Coloured Between and , South African earnings inequality decreased between race groups, one-quarter and one-third of income differentials between households in Chile can be ascribed to differences in the educational attainment of the household head; in South Africa thisFile Size: KB.

      Durban Population. Question: What is the population of Durban? Answer: Durban (eThekwini (Durban)), South Africa (Administrative unit: KwaZulu-Natal) - last known population is ≈ 3 (year ).This was % of total South Africa population growth rate would be same as in period (+%/year), Durban population in would be: 3 *. urban areas, and this can be linked to the growing dimension of poverty. This study therefore attempts to estimate the level of income inequality using the data from National Integrated Households’ Survey collected by the Federal Office of Statistics (FOS) in The mean, standard deviation, and coefficient of variation will be used to File Size: KB.


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Income and expenditure patterns of urban Indian multiple households in Durban, Pretoria: Bureau of Market Research, University of South Africa, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J H Martins.

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Income and expenditure patterns of urban black multiple households in Johannesburg, by P. Nel 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. 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.

C.I. de Koek, Changes in the Income and Expenditure Patterns of Multiple Urban Black Households, andGoogle ScholarAuthor: Heiko de B.

Wijnholds. 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.

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. Public-sector capital expenditure shrinks for the first time since A pull-back in spending on plant, machinery, new construction works and transport equipment saw capital expenditure in the public sector fall by 4,3% inaccording to Stats SA’s latest Capital expenditure by the public sector report.

80 Environment and Urbanization, Vol, No. 1, April DURBAN were increasingly cutting their material links with the rural area(9).Circular migration is primarily a risk minimization strat-egy for poor households with few resources, (10) for whom income diversification in a wider range of.

Income Distribution and Expenditure Patterns in South Africa 2 first nationally representative data collected in South Africa since the census, provide information on household membership, employment, health and education. Figure I provides a.

analysis showed that Farm income is the most important source of income for rural households in the study area making up % of total household income. Level of education of the household head, farm.

Beyond Durban and South Africa, C-GIDD is the world's most detailed economic and demographic database for GDP and income distribution data. The dataset covers countries, subdivisions (states, provinces, etc.) and major cities Cities with more thaninhabitants from till.

This paper describes the linkages between low-income migrant households in Durban and their rural home areas. These relationships can be seen as a continuum, from households which regard their rural homestead as their real home to households who seem to have severed their rural by: 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: The authors would like to extend the developments on agricultural and rural households income statistics on countries with a limited availability of data, rely on the recent FAO - World Bank publication “Tracking results in agriculture and rural development in less-than-ideal conditions”.File Size: KB.

The aim of this article is to determine the income and expenditure patterns of the employed, unemployed and not economically active populations of selected rural communities in the Nwanedi River Basin and to compare them with poor townships in Soweto.

The article analyses the poverty gap of every household. Due to the sensitivity of households about their income, the questionnaire surveys the Cited by: 1. New data by Standard Bank finds that aroundhouseholds in South Africa earn an income, after tax of more than R1 million.

The bank found. Poverty and sex work in Durban, South Africa Ted Leggett Centre for Social and Development Studies, University of Natal, Durban,South Africa Pages Cited by: 8. the nature of economic growth since suggests that despite positive economic growth, individuals at the top-end of the distribution have gained the most from the post-apartheid growth dividend.

Indeed, what this suggests is that the country’s current democratic growth model is crafted around. Household monthly income Distribution (DFR)32 Income distribution in the DFR by gender, 33 Monthly individual income distribution in the DFR by gender, and in terms of rural and urban areas,' 34 Annual household expenditure, 36 Household expenditure (Africans), (%).

Rural-Urban Migration Trends Year, And From figure 1, the numbers of migration between urban, rural-urban, urban-rural and between rural has a fluctuation because of the pull and push factors. Number of migration between urban showed the most significant increase because the urban area have better infrastructure than ruralCited by: 1.Durban's population is now estimated at 3,Inthe population of Durban wasDurban has grown by 95, sincewhich represents a % annual change.

These population estimates and projections come from the latest revision of the UN World Urbanization estimates represent the Urban agglomeration of Durban, which typically includes Durban's.It is estimated that 75 per cent of the households in Durban live in formal areas and have full security of tenure.

Of the remaining 25 per cent, approximately 20 per cent (41, households) have a level of security of tenure derived from tribal land allocation systems; the rest (, tohouseholds) have little or no security of tenure.