INFORMAL ECONOMY AUDIT CAPRICORN COMMUNITY 2006
                         Survey Analysis, Findings and Recommendations


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Uthango Capricorn Economy 2006 Final Analysis Report
Uthango Capricorn Economy 2006 Final Analysis Report
Uthango Capricorn Economy 2006 Final Analysis Report
Uthango Capricorn Economy 2006 Final Analysis Report
Uthango Capricorn Economy 2006 Final Analysis Report
Uthango Capricorn Economy 2006 Final Analysis Report
Uthango Capricorn Economy 2006 Final Analysis Report
Uthango Capricorn Economy 2006 Final Analysis Report
Uthango Capricorn Economy 2006 Final Analysis Report
Uthango Capricorn Economy 2006 Final Analysis Report
Uthango Capricorn Economy 2006 Final Analysis Report
Uthango Capricorn Economy 2006 Final Analysis Report
Uthango Capricorn Economy 2006 Final Analysis Report
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Uthango Capricorn Economy 2006 Final Analysis Report

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Informal Economy in Capricorn area - as per SMME audit commissioned by Capricorn Business and Technology Park in 2006. This audit report is a good example of the type of community research that UTHANGO uses as basis for investment and sustainable programmes...

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Uthango Capricorn Economy 2006 Final Analysis Report

  1. 1. INFORMAL ECONOMY AUDIT CAPRICORN COMMUNITY 2006 Survey Analysis, Findings and Recommendations Note: This report was compiled for Capricorn Business Park as part of a commissioned study to describe the community profile of adjacent Vrygrond/Hillview areas. It contains the end result of a participatory study of the informal economy of Vrygrond, Hillview and Overcome Heights, South Africa. It primarily contains the findings, analysis and some recommendations and should be read in conjunction with the Skills Audit in the same area – which refers in more detail to the available skills sets of residents in the area. Although not originally intended, the analysis will lead to the publication of an article and/or academic paper, and feedback is welcomed. Conducted by UTHANGO Social Investments Method: UTHANGO enterpriseMappingTM Additional Interpretative Notes: Economist Wolfgang Thomas Number of Participating Informal Businesses: 218 (all incl

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