Policies: I | Western Cape Government

Policies: I

Government policies listed alphabetically. These policies are also listed under the relevant life events and categories in Your Life and Topics.
Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (National) (The Government of South Africa)
This discussion document considers the overall objectives of the LandCare programme in relation to the conservation of natural resources. It outlines the community, provincial and national initiatives and structures needed to implement the programme. It also looks at the five components of the Government's programme and how these will be implemented and considers the organisational structures within which these programmes will be implemented.
(File type: pdf; size: 1.25 MB)Department of Social Development (Western Cape Government)
The purpose of this policy is to adopt a holistic approach to health risk management by seeking synergies with wellness and disease management programmes provided by employees' medical schemes and by implementing sick leave management as well as rehabilitation and re-skilling structures in conjunction with health risk management, to prevent abuse of sick leave by managing incapacity of ill-health as far as possible, to adopt a scientific approach to health risk management based on sound medical, actuarial and legal principles.
Department of Local Government (Western Cape Government)
Provincial Cabinet (Western Cape Government)
This document provides the overarching policy framework for the Western Cape Government (WCG)'s violence prevention initiatives, and focuses on the key strategies that are to be adopted in preventing violence in the Western Cape.
(File type: pdf; size: 1.17 MB)Department of the Premier (Western Cape Government)

This policy encompasses a comprehensive intersectoral and whole-of-society approach to the prevention of violence.

(File type: pdf; size: 2.64 MB)Department of the Premier (Western Cape Government)

The International Relations Strategy provides strategic direction for the Western Cape Government’s relations internationally. This includes promoting tourism, trade and investment, and skills development.

Western Cape Government

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