Government Spending in South Africa
Government Spending in South Africa industry profile provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market size (value 2012-16, and forecast to 2021). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market.
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Essential resource for top-line data and analysis covering the South Africa government spending market. Includes market size and segmentation data, textual and graphical analysis of market growth trends, leading companies and macroeconomic information.
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- What was the size of the South Africa government spending market by value in 2016?
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- What factors are affecting the strength of competition in the South Africa government spending market?
- How has the market performed over the last five years?
- What are the main segments that make up South Africa's government spending market?
The government spending sector is the total amount of public sector expenditure at any sort of level, including central government, local government etc. It is split into the following segments: defense, education, social protection, healthcare, and other. The defense segment includes all military and civil defense spending, foreign military aid, research and development, and other defense related expenditure. The education segment includes all spending on pre-primary, primary, secondary, and tertiary education, as well as education not definable by level, subsidiary services, research and development, and other education related expenditure. The social protection segment includes all spending on sickness and disability, old age, survivors, family and children, unemployment, housing, social exclusion, research and development, and other social protection expenditure. The health segment includes all spending on medical products, appliances, and equipment, as well as outpatient, hospital, and public health services, research and development, and other health expenditure. The other segment includes spending on general public services, public order and safety, economic affairs, environmental protection, housing and community amenities, and recreation, culture and religion, and other government expenditure. Any currency conversions used in the creation of this report have been calculated using constant 2015 annual average exchange rates.
The South African government spending sector is expected to generate total revenues of $140.6bn in 2016, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.5% between 2012 and 2016.
The education segment is expected to be the sector's most lucrative in 2016, with total revenues of $31.3bn, equivalent to 22.2% of the sector's overall value.
South African expenditure has grown reliably historically, and is expected to continue this trend across the forecast period.
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Denel SOC Ltd
Eskom Holdings SOC Limited
South African Airways (Proprietary) Limited
Telkom SA SOC Limited
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Figure 1: South Africa government spending sector value: $ billion, 2012-16(e)
Figure 2: South Africa government spending sector category segmentation: % share, by value, 2016(e)
Figure 3: South Africa government spending sector geography segmentation: % share, by value, 2016(e)
Figure 4: South Africa government spending sector value forecast: $ billion, 2016-21
Figure 5: Forces driving competition in the government spending sector in South Africa, 2016
Figure 6: Drivers of buyer power in the government spending sector in South Africa, 2016
Figure 7: Drivers of supplier power in the government spending sector in South Africa, 2016
Figure 8: Factors influencing the likelihood of new entrants in the government spending sector in South Africa, 2016
Figure 9: Factors influencing the threat of substitutes in the government spending sector in South Africa, 2016
Figure 10: Drivers of degree of rivalry in the government spending sector in South Africa, 2016
Figure 11: Denel SOC Ltd: revenues and profitability
Figure 12: Denel SOC Ltd: assets and liabilities
Figure 13: Eskom Holdings SOC Limited: revenues and profitability
Figure 14: Eskom Holdings SOC Limited: assets and liabilities
Figure 15: South African Airways (Proprietary) Limited: revenues and profitability
Figure 16: South African Airways (Proprietary) Limited: assets and liabilities
Figure 17: Telkom SA SOC Limited: revenues and profitability
Figure 18: Telkom SA SOC Limited: assets and liabilities
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