Policies: W | Western Cape Government

Policies: W

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: 129.58 KB)Western Cape Education Department (Western Cape Government)
Policy for school authorities on how to manage pupils who are pregnant at school and who are writing final school examinations.
(File type: pdf; size: 1007.02 KB)Department of the Premier (Western Cape Government)

This document applies to all businesses in the province.  It provides useful information to start a business in South Africa.

(File type: pdf; size: 1.74 MB)Department of the Premier (Western Cape Government)

This document provides information on investment research and economic development in the Western Cape.

(File type: pdf; size: 1.57 MB)Department of the Premier (Western Cape Government)

This document outlines key trade and investment related statistics for the Western Cape. It gives an overview of the province's economy, geography and demographics.

(File type: pdf; size: 1.32 MB)Department of the Premier (Western Cape Government)

This document provides information on the Western Cape's trade flow and trends.

Department of Social Development (Western Cape Government)

Department of Social Development: Policy on the funding of Non-Government Organisations for the provision of social welfare and community development services.

Department of Transport and Public Works (Western Cape Government)
Strategy, Planning and Co-ordination (Department of Transport and Public Works, Western Cape Government)

The Western Cape Infrastructure Framework (WCIF) aims to align all infrastructure to the province's strategic agenda and vision.

Language Services (Department of Cultural Affairs & Sport, Western Cape Government)

The Western Cape Language Policy is a first of its kind in South Africa. The aim of the policy is to ensure the equal status and use of the three official provincial languages, Afrikaans, English and isiXhosa. It also supports and promotes South African Sign Language, marginalised languages and the other official South African languages. The policy is available in English, Afrikaans and isiXhosa.

(File type: msword; size: 42.43 KB)Department of Social Development (Western Cape Government)
The main purpose of the policy is to provide for opportunities for meaningful public participation and engagement to improve provincial laws, policies and service delivery in the province.
Department of Social Development (Western Cape Government)
(File type: pdf; size: 553.24 KB)Department of Social Development (Western Cape Government)
The purpose of this policy is to establish a regulatory and administrative framework for the DSD equitable and reasonable allocation of funding to NGOs in exchange for the rendering of certain social welfare services which the DSD is unable to render, to provide for an environment within which NGOs can participate and be recognized as important partners to the DSD in the progressive realization of socio-economic rights for the residents of the Western Cape.
Department of Transport and Public Works (Western Cape Government)
This framework aims to guide land transport in the Province by stating provincial objectives and policies and describing the intended development of transport on a province-wide basis.

This policy is open for comments until 28 May 2004.

Please forward your comments to:

Roy F Petersen
Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works
PO Box 2603
Cape Town
8000

Department of the Premier (Western Cape Government)

The Western Cape Provincial Strategic Plan (PSP) sets out how we aim to help create an enabling environment for higher economic growth, increased jobs, improved education and health outcomes, and build better living environments for our citizens so that we can realise our vision of an open opportunity society for all.