The Government of His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzaddin Waddaulah ibni Al-Marhum Sultan Haji Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien Sa’adul Khairi Waddien, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, through the Department of Economic Planning and Development (JPKE), conducted the KBPP 2016 from May to September 2016.The main objective of the Preliminary Report of the KBPP 2016 was to update the number and information regarding the population obtained from the Population and Housing Census (BPP) 2011 as well as to update the number and listing of housing units throughout the country to be used for future censuses and surveys.According to the age distribution aspect in 2016, about a quarter of the population (22.3 per cent or 94,239 persons) are below 15 years of age, more than two-thirds (71.8 per cent or 303,618 persons) are in the working age group of 15-64 years and 5.9 per cent (24,821 persons) are aged 65 years and above.The median age in 2016 is 29.7 years compared to 27.6 years in 2011.In the 2011 Population and Housing Census, the country’s population was estimated at 393,372.During the 2011-2016 period the Sultanate’s population registered an average annual growth rate of 1.4 per cent.BORNEO HOUSING AGENCY: Shop House in Seria Town • Industrial Warehouse in Menglait, Gadong for Rent • Shop house in Gadong (Ground Floor) for Rent • Industrial Shops in Bunut for Sale • Land in Jerudong for Sale • • Shop house in Kiarong for Sale (B0.00) • TEL: 6738732975 In relation to the recent suggestion contributed under our Hot Topic section, do you agree that the Neighbourhood Crimewatch should be made into a private social enterprise to ensure better and efficient safeguarding?Mingle2is a 100% Brunei Darussalam Free Dating Service. Join our site and meet single Brunei Darussalam men and single Brunei Darussalam women looking to meet quality singles for fun and dating in Brunei Darussalam.
The new Penal Code, which is due to come into force on 1 May, allows for cruel and inhuman punishments including stoning to death, whipping and amputation.“Brunei Darussalam’s new Penal Code legalizes cruel and inhuman punishments.
I am certain that the Brunei team will be warmly welcomed by the Japanese people.” The ambassador added, “On Tuesday, I will be meeting the Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Pehin Datu Lailaraja Major General (Rtd) Dato Paduka Seri Haji Awang Halbi bin Haji Mohd Yussof to understand the strategies the Brunei Government are looking to focus on.
And we are ready to give full support to Brunei to boost its Olympic hopes.” The envoy said that Japan wants to promote Judo in Brunei, adding that for Bruneians to take part in Judo at the Olympics “it is vital to set up a Judo federation in Brunei Darussalam”.
Brunei’s total population of 422,678 is made up of 216,832 males (51.3 per cent) and 205,846 females (48.7 per cent). Out of the overall total population in 2016, Brunei citizens account for the largest share of 76.8 per cent (324,472 persons), while the percentage of the permanent residents and temporary residents stand at eight (33,816 persons) and 15.2 (64,390 persons) respectively.
The Brunei-Muara District is the most populated district with 69.3 per cent (292,705 persons) of the total population, followed by the Belait District (16.6 per cent or 69,992 persons), the Tutong District (11.7 per cent or 49,438 persons) and the Temburong District (2.5 per cent or 10,543 persons).