Overall stats about Goal 10 in South Africa
4 / 10

targets with data available for at least one indicator

4 / 14

indicators with data available for South Africa

28.6%
indicator coverage for Goal 10 in South Africa

Targets

South Africa currenty has data on these targets for Goal 10.

Target 10.1

Reduce Income Inequalities

1/1 covered

Target 10.2

Promote Universal Social, Economic and Political Inclusion

1/1 covered

Target 10.3

Ensure Equal Opportunities and End Discrimination

0/1 covered

Target 10.4

Adopt Fiscal and Social Policies that Promotes Equality

1/2 covered

Target 10.5

Improve Regulation of Global Financial Markets and Institutions

0/1 covered

Target 10.6

Ensure Representation for Developing Countries in Financial Institutions

1/1 covered

Target 10.7

Compassionate and Responsible Migration Policies

0/4 covered

Target 10.a

Special and Differential Treatment for Developing Countries

0/1 covered

Target 10.b

Development Assistance and Investment in Least Developed Countries

0/1 covered

Target 10.c

Reduce Transaction Costs for Migrant Remittances

0/1 covered

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Policies

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South Africa Poverty and Inequality Assessment Report 2018

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Financial Services Sector Code

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Financial Sector Regulation Act 2017

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Employee Tax Incentive Act 2013

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Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Amendment Act 2013

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Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act 2003

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Indicator 10.1.1

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Definition

This indicator provides the income growth rates of household income in the bottom two per-capita income quintiles (40%) in relation to the national income growth rates. The bottom 40% is determined by ranking the households according to their per capita income. The percentage increase in incomes of households at the bottom 40% and national percentage income increase between two data points are then presented as growth rates. Households with annual per capita consumption expenditure falling into quintiles 1 and 2 are grouped together to form the bottom 40%.

Method of computation

No method of computation reported

Source

Stats SA, Ìncome and Expenditure Survey (IES)