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General information publications, listed alphabetically. These documents are also placed under the relevant life events and categories in Your Life and Topics.

Categories of the Western Cape Entrepreneurship Recognition Awards (WCERA) 2020:

This notice calls for nominations to serve as a member of the board of the destination marketing organisation trading as Cape Town Routes Unlimited (CTRU).

Call for nominations for an independent member to serve on the Board of Directors for Convenco.


Round Two Call for Proposal



The Cape Music Industry Commission (Cape MIC) aims to market and foster growth, development and transformation in the Western Cape music industry. The documents outline the background and strategy for Cape MIC.
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This publication highlights the advantages of investing or starting a business in Cape Town.

Building Career Resilience

According to Careerminds (2019) “Career resilience, is defined as the ability to adjust to career change as it happens and, by extension, adapt to what the market demands”. “Developing career resilience means taking charge of one’s own career and the ongoing development of characteristics identified with employability”.

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This fact sheet provides an overview of the formation and activities of the CCDI.
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This fact sheet outlines the programmes run by the CCDI in its first year of operations, namely Morgenzon Craft, Streetwires, Ubuntu Hand Embroiders, the Simunye Community Centre, Kamatoka and WHAG Ubuntu.
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This fact sheet outlines the events that CCDI has been involved in during 2002 and 2003, including the North Sea Jazz Festival, the World Summit on Sustainable Development, the Disney Food & Wine Festival, Decorex Cape and SA Fashion Week.
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This fact sheet outlines the training programme offered by CCDI and its partner organisations.
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This fact sheet contains information on the Craft Partnership Forum, a networking and information dissemination forum attended mostly by craft producers.
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This fact sheet outlines the pilot project developed by CCDI to improve the export capability of craft producers and to increase handcraft exports.
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This fact sheet contains information on the support and development programme running with crafters in the Khayelitsha area.

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This fact sheet looks at the role that the Cape Technikon plays in the CCDI.

Access the Citizen's Reports for the Department of Economic Development and Tourism below:


Citizen Report 2020/21

NATURE OF SUPPORT: Non-financial support
BENEFICIARIES: Co-operatives
DESCRIPTION: The objective of the Co-operative Development programme is focused on creating the environment and opportunities for co-operatives to participate in the economic activities of the Province.
The project seeks to:
  • Promote the development of economically sustainable co-operatives that will significantly contribute to the country’s economic growth.

The Loeries are in town and promise to bring you a week filled with imagination and celebration.

This is a summary of all valid liquor licences in the Western Cape as of August 2003 to current.

These articles review the current and short-term economic prospects for the Western Cape.