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This compilation of statistics contains labour information drawn from a variety of sources. Statistics are provided for labour market demographics, labour market supply and staff profiles.
This booklet provides basic information on LRAD and gives advice on how to access the programme.
FREELANCE TRANSLATORS, EDITORS AND INTERPRETERS IN AFRIKAANS, XHOSA, ENGLISH, SOUTH AFRICAN SIGN LANGUAGE AND FOREIGN LANGUAGES USED IN SOUTH AFRICA
The Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport is committed to ensuring equal treatment for Afrikaans, English and Xhosa, and to promoting previously marginalised languages and South African Sign Language.
The Western Cape Education Department is aware that many parents have missed the deadline for the 2019 academic year enrolment. Although the deadline has passed the Western Cape Education Department will assist parents who still need to register their child before the start of the new academic year.
This document contains a break-down of information regarding the Consumer Price Index. It contains an analysis of the changes to the CPI.
The Western Cape is experiencing its worst drought and most regions have water restrictions. Find out about the current dam levels and the different levels of water restrictions in the province.
When starting or running a small business, you need to be aware of the numerous laws that impact on your business. This guide introduces the various legal issues small businesses need to consider.
All South Africans have the right to professional services, either from the government or private entities. But when that does not happen, there are channels you can follow to ensure you get proper redress.
The Department of Transport and Public Works completed work on the Leeu Gamka Ambulance Station in May 2012.
The station provides 24-hour emergency medical response and rescue assistance to residents from Merweville, Welgemoed, Newtown Park and Bitterwater. The area was identified as high priority due to the horrific motor vehicle accidents taking place on the N1 with road users travelling to and from the Eastern Cape, Gauteng or Cape Town.
Thinking of becoming a registered nurse? Find out what qualification you need and all the career options you can explore.
Why Are Trees and Plants Important?
The Western Cape Department of Health wants to improve your experience when accessing public health care. Find out how we can make health care in the Western Cape better together.
An extensive survey was conducted to gather data about all public library service points and the communities they serve in the Western Cape.
Did you know that the Western Cape Government Library Service is the biggest network of its kind in Africa? This alone calls for a celebration but we are also having a major celebration on 30 and 31 July 2015 for the 60th anniversary of this unique service that connects communities in the Western Cape.
This list consists of 16mm material purchased by the Western Cape Library Service between 1956 and 1996, approximately 5,200 titles. The majority are documentaries in the broadest sense of the word, ranging from straight educational or informational films, to made-for-television programmes, classics of the cinema and more personal works by filmmakers from all over the world.
Speak to your local librarian and find out how to get access to the wide range of CDs, DVDs, Vinyl Records and 16mm Films at the public libraries in the Western Cape.
The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) kicked off the 2014 school year with a campaign to encourage parents to help their children develop reading, writing and maths skills at home.
The campaign includes a Grade 1 Parents' Guide, radio advertisements, billboards in selected areas and "wrapped" taxis carrying the message on selected routes.
“Living Human Treasures” – a National Initiative to identify living individuals who possess a rare skill or knowledge and who have made outstanding contributions in any field of human endeavour.
This is a call to all communities to nominate an individual/s within the living heritage domain. These living human treasures should be pivotal in safeguarding South Africa’s intangible living heritage as a valuable resource for future generations and promote a positive African identity within a globalising world addressing tensions between tradition and modernity.
The Western Cape business sector was out in full force at the Premier’s Entrepreneurship Recognition Awards on Thursday 20 November at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
The upgrade of Main Road 552 between Vredendal and Lutzville saw the coming together of government and private sector in a Public Private Partnership (PPP) for the economic benefit of the West Coast region.