Western Cape residents have been urged to make use of the remaining two days to get counted for the 2022 Census.
The survey, which has been extended twice to allow for greater participation among Western Cape residents, officially closes tomorrow, 31 May.
Premier Alan Winde says the province’s count has reached the 80% milestone on Friday.
He says the province however does lag behind the rest of the country, with other provinces recording a more than 90% participation rate.
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You can complete the online survey here.
- Western Cape residents now have until 31 May to get counted in Census 2022.
- Major losses for Western Cape due to Census 2022 uptake.
- ICYMI: StatsSA has extended the deadline for residents of the Western Cape to get counted in Census 2022 until the 14th of May.
1/2 As of 8am today, Statistics South Africa #StatsSA has reached a milestone of having counted 80% of households in our province. While this is a positive step, we are not yet out of the woods. pic.twitter.com/cglc7B3nXf
— Premier Alan Winde (@alanwinde) May 27, 2022
Final call to Western Cape Residents to participate in Census 2022 before 31 May 2022. No further extensions will be possible.
— Stats SA (@StatsSA) May 13, 2022