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Department of Economic Development and Tourism - Public Information: D

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In today's economy, where the cost of living continues to rise and unemployment is high, it's important to learn how to save and manage your money.  

If you’re not financially savvy, you could make bad decisions that can be costly. Basic knowledge and understanding of financial processes can help you make better financial decisions.

For many people, easy loans and other kinds of credit options are a quick solution to their financial challenges. 

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This organogram illustrates the structure for the Department of Economic Development and Tourism.

The department has established a Supplier Database for organisations to register their offerings.

Kindly do register to be on the database to be informed about future departmental bids related to this project.

Please see steps below on how to register:

All potential service providers offering workplace-based programmes for Occupations, which includes short courses; specialized training; and other related services, are required to register on the Departmental Panel of Suppliers Database.

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The Western Cape Government is supporting the development of a large-scale film studio in Cape Town to boost the already growing film industry. A short-list of candidates to build the studio has been released and construction is expected to begin as early as the first half of next year.

On 3 September, Western Cape MEC of Economic Opportunities Alan Winde outlined the Western Cape Government’s plans for Tourism Month from the new Boomslang Treetop Canopy Walk in the