Guidelines, Manuals & Instructions: C | Western Cape Government

Guidelines, Manuals & Instructions: C

Government guidelines, manuals and instructions, listed alphabetically by title. These documents are also listed under the relevant life events and categories in Your Life and Topics.
E-Innovation (Department of the Premier, Western Cape Government)
Group-based and self-paced materials aimed at beginner users, consisting of group- and self-paced modules aimed at giving users basic computer and information literacy skills.
(File type: pdf; size: 316.18 KB)Municipal Support and Capacity Building (Governance and Institutional Support)
This document is a case study about a recovery plan implemented at the Cederberg Municipality that became necessary as a result a financial crisis. Its main purpose is to summarise the various activities and processes that were followed before and during the implementation of the recovery plan.
Financial Management (Provincial Treasury, Western Cape Government)
The purpose of these guidelines is to set uniform standards regarding the job description and the support structure of CFOs (Chief Financial Officers) in provincial departments as it became evident at CFO forum meetings that CFOs are experiencing difficulties in determining their role within departments. For this reason, the Provincial Treasury, in consultation with the Provincial Government: Western Cape's Organisational Development component, developed guidelines in this regard.
Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The Public Finance Circulars (PFMA) are issued at various intervals to guide departments and, where relevant, public entities toward better financial management, with some containing mandatory requirements.Similarly, Municipality Circulars (MFMA) are distributed to municipalities as guidelines and/or requirements.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The Public Finance Circulars (PFMA) are issued at various intervals to guide departments and, where relevant, public entities toward better financial management, with some containing mandatory requirements.Similarly, Municipality Circulars (MFMA) are distributed to municipalities as guidelines and/or requirements.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The Public Finance Circulars (PFMA) are issued at various intervals to guide departments and, where relevant, public entities toward better financial management, with some containing mandatory requirements.Similarly, Municipality Circulars (MFMA) are distributed to municipalities as guidelines and/or requirements.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The Public Finance Circulars (PFMA) are issued at various intervals to guide departments and, where relevant, public entities toward better financial management, with some containing mandatory requirements.Similarly, Municipality Circulars (MFMA) are distributed to municipalities as guidelines and/or requirements.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The Public Finance Circulars (PFMA) are issued at various intervals to guide departments and, where relevant, public entities toward better financial management, with some containing mandatory requirements.Similarly, Municipality Circulars (MFMA) are distributed to municipalities as guidelines and/or requirements.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)
The Public Finance Circulars (PFMA) are issued at various intervals to guide departments and, where relevant, public entities toward better financial management, with some containing mandatory requirements.Similarly, Municipality Circulars (MFMA) are distributed to municipalities as guidelines and/or requirements.
Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The Public Finance Circulars (PFMA) are issued at various intervals to guide departments and, where relevant, public entities toward better financial management, with some containing mandatory requirements.Similarly, Municipality Circulars (MFMA) are distributed to municipalities as guidelines and/or requirements.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The Public Finance Circulars (PFMA) are issued at various intervals to guide departments and, where relevant, public entities toward better financial management, with some containing mandatory requirements.Similarly, Municipality Circulars (MFMA) are distributed to municipalities as guidelines and/or requirements.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The Public Finance Circulars (PFMA) are issued at various intervals to guide departments and, where relevant, public entities toward better financial management, with some containing mandatory requirements.Similarly, Municipality Circulars (MFMA) are distributed to municipalities as guidelines and/or requirements.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The Public Finance Circulars (PFMA) are issued at various intervals to guide departments and, where relevant, public entities toward better financial management, with some containing mandatory requirements.Similarly, Municipality Circulars (MFMA) are distributed to municipalities as guidelines and/or requirements.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The Public Finance Circulars (PFMA) are issued at various intervals to guide departments and, where relevant, public entities toward better financial management, with some containing mandatory requirements.Similarly, Municipality Circulars (MFMA) are distributed to municipalities as guidelines and/or requirements.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The Public Finance Circulars (PFMA) are issued at various intervals to guide departments and, where relevant, public entities toward better financial management, with some containing mandatory requirements.Similarly, Municipality Circulars (MFMA) are distributed to municipalities as guidelines and/or requirements.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The Public Finance Circulars (PFMA) are issued at various intervals to guide departments and, where relevant, public entities toward better financial management, with some containing mandatory requirements.Similarly, Municipality Circulars (MFMA) are distributed to municipalities as guidelines and/or requirements.

Provincial Treasury (Western Cape Government)

The Public Finance Circulars (PFMA) are issued at various intervals to guide departments and, where relevant, public entities toward better financial management, with some containing mandatory requirements.Similarly, Municipality Circulars (MFMA) are distributed to municipalities as guidelines and/or requirements.

(File type: pdf; size: 1.5 MB)Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) (The Government of South Africa)
Cabinet approved the establishment and roll-out of a uniform Corporate Identity for government on 9 June 2004. These interim National Coat of Arms Corporate Identity Guidelines were developed by Government Communications (GCIS) and the Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) to guide departments in the application of the Government Brand until a comprehensive Corporate Identity Manual for Government becomes available.
(File type: pdf; size: 297.01 KB)Ministry of Finance (National)
Many programmes cannot be financed by government alone and private companies are investing with government making up Private-Public Partnerships (PPPs). Projects are taking place on national, regional and local levels. This document highlights the draft code of good practice for Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) in PPPs. It is for public comment.
Department of Human Settlements (Western Cape Government)

This brochure was prepared in accordance with Section 14 of the Promotion of Access to Information Act No 2 of 2000. It provides step-by-step instructions for basic Do-it-Yourself (DIY) tips on maintenance in the home, e.g. how to replace a tap washer, an electric plug and light bulb. This DIY Home Maintenance Guide Part 1 forms part of a series of similar information booklets, which will be released in due course.

Department of Trade and Industry (National) (The Government of South Africa)
This guide provides information on the costs of doing business in South Africa, including start-up costs such as company registration, human resource costs, utilities costs and transportation costs. The guide also contains details on living costs in SA, and business incentives.