The National Treasury has launched eight metro reports containing spatialised economic data drawn from anonymised administrative tax data. South African cities and towns are characterised by a spatial mismatch between where people live and economic activity, resulting in the exclusion of a large percentage of the population, particularly lower-income and historically disadvantaged groups, from participating in the economy. The data contained in the reports is integral to supporting the work of policymakers and planners within municipalities to make better informed, data-driven decisions and policies to address these structural inequalities within cities and boost economic growth.
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