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General information publications, listed alphabetically. These documents are also placed under the relevant life events and categories in Your Life and Topics.

The Open Book Festival, also referred to as Open Book Cape Town is a book and literary festival that takes place every year in September. Playing host to a variety of authors the world over, the festival opened its doors for the first time in 2011. This year’s festival will be taking place from 9 to 13 September 2015.

Easily accessible information for employees on what happens when there is a workplace injury or disease.

October Transport Month (OTM) 2013 will be hosted under the theme: Celebrating 20 years of delivering efficient, reliable and safe transport services.

October Transport Month (OTM) is observed in South Africa every year and is used as an opportunity to focus on transport-related matters. South Africa's transport system, when compared to other developing countries, is relatively competitive. However, issues of safety, efficiency, affordability and sustainability remain key challenges.

Financial literacy education programme 

The Office of the Consumer Protector provides a financial literacy education programme that targets consumers across the province.

Click here to view the Financial Literacy Education Video.

Consumers are facing challenging times with interest rate hikes, increased costs for goods and services and the general increase in the cost of living.

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This brochure explains how the Family Advocate can assist resolve disputes around custody, guardianship and access to children.

Oil & Gas Supplier Development Programme 

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - APPLY HERE

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This pamphlet will serve as a guide, giving you all sorts of helpful information.
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The Liquor Bill regulations in terms of section 88 of the Western Cape Liquor Act, 2008 (Act 4 of 2008) P.N. 472/2008 19 November 2008 are open for comment.
The Liquor Bill regulations in terms of section 88 of the Western Cape Liquor Act, 2008 (Act 4 of 2008) P.N. 472/2008 19 November 2008 are open for comment.
The Liquor Bill regulations in terms of section 88 of the Western Cape Liquor Act, 2008 (Act 4 of 2008) P.N. 472/2008 19 November 2008 are open for comment.

Jacques Coetzer has been announced as the winner of the  Western Cape Government Public Art Competition.

Following the August 2003 Report of the Joint Health and Treasury Task Team, Cabinet instructed the national Department of Health to develop a detailed operational plan on an antiretroviral treatment programme by the end of September 2003.

A child’s health is most vulnerable during the first 1 000 days of its life. This period, from conception until a child’s 2nd birthday, offers a unique window of opportunity to shape healthier and more prosperous futures.

This publication explains how organ donation works in South Africa.

In South Africa, there are approximately 4300 people waiting for a life-saving organ and cornea transplant, but only 0,2% of our population are registered organ donors. Register to become an organ donor today, and save up to 7 lives.

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This publication explains the City of Cape Town budget and Municipal Account for 2004/2005. Included is information on property rates, electricity, water, sanitation and solid waste.

Of the Western Cape Government’s R59 billion budget, 3.21% will be spent in the Overberg district. 

Infrastructure led growth leads to job creation. Some of the major infrastructure projects in this area are:

This plan aims to summarise the transport needs, goals and objectives of the Overberg District.

Overfishing and poaching threatens the livelihoods of our coastal communities. This is how we can protect our seafood resources. 

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This brief overview of the Western Cape has been taken from the South African Yearbook 2002/2003. It includes information on the geography, people, industry and agriculture of this province.

The Open House is a public art piece located on the corner of Long and Dorp streets in Cape Town. It celebrates our democracy and is a tribute to the men and women who fought for freedom, dignity and a better South Africa.

Cape Cycle Routes proudly presents,

The Overberg Meander Cycle Route

From the very first to the last moments of our lifespan, through generations and on all continents, language forms part of our daily existence and that is but only one of the reasons why we are inviting you to celebrate International Mother Language Day on 21 February. A language is definitely the most powerful instrument to preserve and develop our tangible and intangible heritage.