The Western Cape Provincial Treasury’s mandate is to control and oversee the Western Cape government finances. Giving efficient supporting and sustainable public financial management to promote economic development, good governance, social progress and a rising standard of the Western cape people with the following Key Components.
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Good financial governance.
To improve governance through:
Enhancing accountability and oversight;
Creating public value;
Enabling delivery of quality services through partnerships; and
Capacity building in public sector finance.
The Provincial Treasury (PT) cherishes the following values:
Courtesy - We undertake to always be courteous to our stakeholders and co-employees by having empathy, consideration and respect for them.
Honesty and Integrity - We undertake to conduct ourselves in a professional manner by embracing truthfulness and trust; treating everyone with dignity and respect – as we wish to be treated ourselves.
Openness and Transparency - We undertake to conduct business openly through honest and meaningful consultation with stakeholders and communication of reliable information.
Prompt declaration of conflict of interest - We undertake to promptly disclose/declare and recuse ourselves from any situation in which we are in a position to exploit our official capacity for our personal benefit, directly or indirectly.
Fairness - We undertake to operate in a manner that is fair and just
Ethics - We adhere to morally acceptable standards in all that we do. We will acquaint ourselves with the ethical values, rules and regulations applicable within our workplace.
Loyalty - We commit to remain loyal to our organisational values and our colleagues within an ethical environment.
Within the legislative context of section 18 of the PFMA and section 5 of the MFMA, the main services to be
provided by the Provincial Treasury include the following:
Transversally or externally:
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