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The 2019 SASA Conference will be hosted by Nelson Mandela University from 27 - 29 November 2019 at the South Campus, Port Elizabeth. Please see conference website for further details

South African Statistical Association (SASA)

The mission of the Association shall be to foster the study and knowledge of statistical theory and its application towards improving the quality of life of all South Africans.
The Association shall strive to accomplish this mission:

  • to create a forum for nurturing, attracting and retaining statisticians in South Africa, and advancing their interests;
  • to actively market the discipline of statistics in order to improve the general perception and appreciation of the discipline
  • to support members by providing a platform for networking opportunities and publications
  • to produce timely and high quality up-to-date publications, including the South African Statistical Journal (SA Statist J) and the Conference Proceedings, and communicate to its members relevant information and news through the Newsletter.

The Association will arrange an annual conference and will communicate with members by means of the SASA Newsletter, the official Newsletter, and by making available to members the SA Statist J, the official journal, and/or any other publication; and will in general carry out in a judicious and organised manner any function or act in pursuance of and promoting the above goals.

Note: SASA does not have collections of statistical data. Please contact StatsSA if you are looking for South African statistics. 


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