Policies: P | Western Cape Government

Policies: P

Government policies listed alphabetically. These policies are also listed under the relevant life events and categories in Your Life and Topics.
(File type: pdf; size: 140.68 KB)Department of Water Affairs (National) (The Government of South Africa)
This document is the first in a series dealing with issues related to water quality management. It looks at the state of South Africa's water resources and then sets out the legislative framework for water management. The goals and objectives of the policy are set out and specific strategies are developed.
(File type: pdf; size: 33.31 KB)Department of Education (National) (The Government of South Africa)
This policy applies to all the provinces and sets out the registration requirements for home education. The application form is appended to the policy.
(File type: pdf; size: 210.32 KB)Department of Health (National) (The Government of South Africa)
This framework explains what non-communicable chronic conditions in children are, provides a legal context for the implementation of policy and maps out health management responsibilities for affected children at all levels of care.
Sport and Recreation (Department of Cultural Affairs & Sport, Western Cape Government)
(File type: pdf; size: 226.85 KB)Department of Social Development (Western Cape Government)
The aim of this policy is to guide and inform the mainstreaming of disability through developing and implementing departmental policies, strategies and integrated service delivery programs, facilitate the provision of integrated social services to people with disabilities and to provide guidance to the department in terms of addressing social barriers that exclude People with Disabilities, which impede full and equitable integration and inclusion into mainstream society.
This is the policy adopted by the SAPS in order to prevent torture. It lays down how police officials are to treat persons in custody.
Department of Economic Development and Tourism (Western Cape Government)

POPIA Privacy Notice

The Department of Economic Development respects and protects your privacy. Our Privacy Notice applies to all persons (both natural and juristic, like companies and close corporations) whose personal information we collect, regardless of form and medium. This includes our employees, consultants, agents, service providers and municipal delegates. The Privacy Notice applies to all our services and related websites.

Department of Police Oversight and Community Safety (Western Cape Government)

1. The Protection of Personal Information Act, 2013 (POPIA)

The Protection of Personal Information Act, 2013 (POPIA) protects personal information of natural and juristic persons and requires the Department of Community Safety to comply with the eight minimum conditions set out in the Act.

‘Personal information’ is any information that can identify a person.

(File type: pdf; size: 351.32 KB)Asset and Liabilities Management (Provincial Treasury, Western Cape Government)
This policy provides a framework for establishing procurement initiatives like joint ventures and public private partnerships. Its primary aims are to increase participation of the historically disadvantaged in provincial procurement opportunities and promote a uniform procurement approach in all provincial procurement substructures.
(File type: pdf; size: 656.42 KB)Department of Health and Wellness (Western Cape Government)
Information on medical and administrative procedures for males and females who want to be sterilised. The policy also covers people who are incapable of consenting to sterilisation due to severe mental disability.
Department of Health (National) (The Government of South Africa)
Gives a good idea of the range and quality of health services to which ordinary South Africans are entitled. It can also be used by health workers to assess their own performance and that of their clinic and it is a tool for local government and provincial health planners to assess the needs of the population