New data releases.

Adverse event reporting in drug resistant tuberculosis facilities in South Africa (AEDR-TB) 2019: Drug resistant Tuberculosis facilities - All provinces

The data set contains 264 variables and 164 responses were received. The respondents were individuals working at DR-TB treatment facilities in South Africa.

The denominator could not be determined as some staff were shift workers or on leave during the visits to the DR-TB facilities. The estimated coverage of all staff exceeded 80%.

Evaluating an incentivised behaviour change intervention (IBCI), 2018-2019: Young women, aged 19-24 years - King Cetshwayo district, KwaZulu Natal

Topics covered in the questionnaire are: socio-demographic and family characteristics, participation in other programmes/ interventions, relationship status, knowledge of HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases, socially accepted practices, HIV prevention knowledge, pregnancy history, intimate partner violence, sexual risk behaviour, attitudes towards HIV, self-efficacy, social support systems and body-image.

The data set for dissemination contains 3061 cases and 509 variables.

National Research and Experimental Development Survey (R&D) 2018-19: All provinces in South Africa - Aggregated

This data set contains data on the R&D expenditure by province, type of R&D, research fields, socioeconomic objectives, sources of funds and province. R&D personnel data is also included. The data is recorded for each of the following economic sectors of the South African economy: Business, Government, Higher Education, Not-for-Profit Organisations and Science Councils.

South African Business Innovation Survey (INNOV) 2014-2016 Aggregated: All provinces

This aggregated data set contains the responses of South African business enterprises on their innovation activities carried out between 2014 and 2016. In completing the questionnaire, enterprises followed a skip pattern, e.g., depending on whether or not they had carried out product or process innovation during the period covered by the survey.

South African Business Innovation Survey (INNOV) 2014-16: All provinces

This data set contains the responses of South African business enterprises on their innovation activities carried out between 2014 and 2016. In completing the questionnaire, enterprises followed a skip pattern, e.g., depending on whether or not they had carried out product or process innovation during the period covered by the survey.

Of the targeted businesses of 4 191, 642 responses (15%) were realised.

There are 259 variables and 642 cases in the data set.