A Basket of Powerful Tools to Discover

In the wider sense, Data for Africa covers a range of helpful knowledge to empower clients in the development of their organisational goals. Whether it be urban or rural, networks or boundaries, serious or petty crime, coverage or direction, points of presence or time-related changes, economic or demographic data, it is quite possible that we have what you need.

Africa Profiler

Africa Profiler is a comprehensive and detailed spatially enabled, economic and demographic database for Africa that is the result of the amalgamation of a variety of detailed, reliable and current data sources including: ADC World Map, UN, World Bank, UNGEGN, ISO, WTTC, The Africa Report, and the Mo Ibrahim Foundation. This truly remarkable dataset offers tremendous insight for companies wishing to expand their footprint into Africa, and is released at country level.

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SA Crime Profiler

Built at an individual police station boundary level and from a collection of data spanning from 1994 to 2019, the crime dataset provides insight into the share of 29 different categories of crime, their subsequent trends over time and the potential risk planning measures that need to be put in place to further prevent them. The 29 categories are based upon aspects of property, social fabric and violence. Key indicators include actual figures of incident per crime category, ratios per 100 000 people and a national average comparison all seen within the spatial boundaries of South Africa’s 1 138 police stations.

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SA Post Codes

This product is a must have for those users who need analyse data at postcode boundary (street or box), or require to geocode to postcode boundary (available for South Africa). The postal code dataset is vector data that is available at suburb level in the urban areas and to town/place-name level in the rural areas. The post code dataset has been built through the utilisation of the most up-to-date postal code list available from the South African Post Office.

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Structure Indicator

Structure Indicator is a spatial dataset that describes residential settlement patterns. The dataset consists of a point-based dwelling unit count, with associated information attributes. Several non-spatial, spreadsheet-based datasets are available as alternate and/or additional derived data products.

The primary objective of this layer is to provide an up-to-date dataset, capable of monitoring and quantifying residential growth in the major South African metropolitan areas.

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ADC World Map

ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas brings you the most detailed digital atlas offering seamless geographic data for the whole Earth. Along with providing the most current country and first level political boundaries for the entire world, ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas also includes second level administrative boundaries for more many countries worldwide and is supplied on a region-by-region basis.

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Topographic Data

We have a variety topographic data available comprising layers comprised of relief, spot heights, contours and terrain, digital terrain models, digital elevation models, environmental data, etc which are sourced and supplied on an ad-hoc basis depending on your requirements.

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Speed profiles

The speed profiles data indicates traffic density per road segment, at 5-minute intervals per time of day, per day of the week for roads in South Africa.

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Africa Profiler

Africa Profiler is a comprehensive and detailed spatially enabled, economic and demographic database for Africa that is the result of the amalgamation of a variety of detailed, reliable and current data sources including: ADC World Map, UN, World Bank, UNGEGN, ISO, WTTC, The Africa Report, and the Mo Ibrahim Foundation. This truly remarkable dataset offers tremendous insight for companies wishing to expand their footprint into Africa, and is released at country level.

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SA Crime Profiler

Built at an individual police station boundary level and from a collection of data spanning from 1994 to 2019, the crime dataset provides insight into the share of 29 different categories of crime, their subsequent trends over time and the potential risk planning measures that need to be put in place to further prevent them. The 29 categories are based upon aspects of property, social fabric and violence. Key indicators include actual figures of incident per crime category, ratios per 100 000 people and a national average comparison all seen within the spatial boundaries of South Africa’s 1 138 police stations.

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SA Post Codes

This product is a must have for those users who need analyse data at postcode boundary (street or box), or require to geocode to postcode boundary (available for South Africa). The postal code dataset is vector data that is available at suburb level in the urban areas and to town/place-name level in the rural areas. The post code dataset has been built through the utilisation of the most up-to-date postal code list available from the South African Post Office.

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Structure Indicator

Structure Indicator is a spatial dataset that describes residential settlement patterns. The dataset consists of a point-based dwelling unit count, with associated information attributes. Several non-spatial, spreadsheet-based datasets are available as alternate and/or additional derived data products.

The primary objective of this layer is to provide an up-to-date dataset, capable of monitoring and quantifying residential growth in the major South African metropolitan areas.

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ADC World Map

ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas brings you the most detailed digital atlas offering seamless geographic data for the whole Earth. Along with providing the most current country and first level political boundaries for the entire world, ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas also includes second level administrative boundaries for more many countries worldwide and is supplied on a region-by-region basis.

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Topographic Data

We have a variety topographic data available comprising layers comprised of relief, spot heights, contours and terrain, digital terrain models, digital elevation models, environmental data, etc which are sourced and supplied on an ad-hoc basis depending on your requirements.

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Speed profiles

The speed profiles data indicates traffic density per road segment, at 5-minute intervals per time of day, per day of the week for roads in South Africa.

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