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Integrated Development Planning practitioners considering IDP challenges including economic development.Conference Theme: Developmental Governance in Action
This pamphlet is provides an overview of the Western Cape's strategy aimed at growing and developing the province.
The Western Cape Department of Human Settlements is calling all beneficiaries of the Mandela Park People Housing Project 370 units to contact the Department. The project was approved on 27 November 2014 and funding is available to implement this project.
The purpose of this document is to inform South African residents about their income tax commitments. It includes information on when you are liable to pay income tax, the kinds of income that you can be taxed on, income tax returns, how to pay income tax, SITE and PAYE and provisional tax.
This is a listing of all liquor licence applications received by the Western Cape Liquor Board in 2005.
This is a listing of all liquor licence applications received by the Western Cape Liquor Board in 2006.
Individual Housing Subsidy Programme for those earning a combined gross income below R3 500.
The Western Cape Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport (DCAS) promotes safe and healthy initiation through its initiation guidelines, the development of appropriate infrastructure at initiation sites and by involving custodians throughout the province. It also draws on the intellectual capacity of cultural and medical practitioners.
IMEP is the City of Cape Town's first Integrated Environmental Policy. It was officially adopted on 31 October 2001. This web page provides information on IMEP and links to related documents such as the IMEP strategy and the policy principles.
The idea of world peace may sound unachievable but is it really as impossible as it sounds? We take a look at how everyone can play a part in building a peaceful world together starting in our own country in recognition of International Day of Peace. The day will be celebrated on Monday, 21 September under the theme “Partnerships for Peace, Dignity for All".
Find out about International Men’s Day and what local stars had to say about it
On Friday,18 May , museums around the globe will celebrate International Museum Day. The event is coordinated by the International Council of Museums (ICOM) and it highlights a theme every year that is at the heart of museum community.
On 27 April we will celebrate Freedom Day, we spoke to a former anti-apartheid activist to get a first-hand view of the past, the struggle, and the long fight to achieve democracy for all.
This document sets out the vision and mission of NaTIS as well as the background to the development of the system and motor vehicle crime in South Africa. It also includes the various management processes that are included in NaTIS.
Investment Readiness Sessions 2016/17
The Investment Readiness Programme seeks to capacitate early stage, high growth Small and Medium businesses through information sessions on issues affecting funding applications and investment readiness of SMMEs.
The Department of Community Safety invites religious institutions (registered NPOs) to submit proposals for safety promotion programmes for youth living in high crime areas.
All vehicle title holders are required by law to register their vehicles at an appropriate registering authority. A registration certificate is needed when owners finance the sale of the vehicle or buy a vehicle without external financing. The owner, as the person who will use the vehicle, will license the vehicle. The vehicle's registration and licensing are recorded on the electronic National Traffic Information System (eNaTIS).
The strategy is called Isidima the Western Cape Sustainable Human Settlement Strategy (WCSHSS). Isidima, when translated from isiXhosa refers to "enabling dignified communities".
Dr Nomafrench Mbombo, Minister of Cultural Affairs and Sport will be launching the isiShweshwe travelling exhibition on Thursday, 25 September 2014 at the Lwandle Museum in the Western Cape as part of the 2014 Heritage Month celebrations.
The exhibition consists of 10 panels and 12 dolls dressed in isiShweshwe fabric 9Various designs). It traces the history of isiShweshwe, and its indigo print cloth predecessors, and celebrates the richness of the ways that it is used in contemporary dress in South Africa.
Expect African design and innovation at this year's 2015 Design Indaba Expo and Conference.