The Ingquza Hill Local Municipality (previously the Qaukeni Local Municipality) is a Category B Municipality located within the OR Tambo District in the Eastern Cape Province.
It is bordered by the Ntabankulu and Winnie Madikizela-Mandela Local Municipalities to the North, and Port St Johns Local Municipality and the Indian Ocean to the South. Ingquza Hill is one of the five Municipalities in the District, accounting for almost a quarter of its Geographical Area.
A Population Census, as defined by the United Nations is: “The total process of collecting, compiling, evaluating, analysing and publishing or otherwise disseminating demographic, economic and social data pertaining, at a specified time, to all persons in a country or a well-defined part of the country”.
The four essential features of the census are:
• individual enumeration
• universality within the agreed territorial boundaries
• simultaneity: conducted at the same time for all persons, and
• defined periodicity
A population census is the most complex and massive exercise a national statistical office undertakes. It requires mapping the entire country, mobilising and training a huge number of enumerators, conducting a comprehensive publicity campaign, canvassing all households to participate, collecting individual information, compiling vast amounts of completed questionnaires, and analysing and disseminating the data. For many people, the census may be the only time that the state reaches them and asks them a question.
A population census is typically held every five years, but because of a lack of capacity within Statistics South Africa, it was decided that the interval will be extended to 10 years. A Community Survey was conducted in the place of the 2006 census. (the link can be read in FURTHER READING)

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