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Paarl Hospital is a referral general specialist hospital for the Drakenstein region. The 331 bed facility caters to the medical needs of a vast geographical area of approximately 22 500 square kilometres and a population of over 787 490 (census 2011).
Corner of Hospital and Bergriver Boulevard, Paarl
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For the privacy and safety of all patients, we request all visitors to adhere to the following visiting times:
This diary contains information on whether Parliament is sitting on a particular day and whether any committees are meeting. It also details the time and venue of meetings.
Patients' rights and responsibilities according to the National Patients' Charter.
There are various ways for you to pay your traffic fine. If you disagree with the issuing of a fine, you can appeal it.
When it comes to paying traffic fines there are a lot of questions about where, how and when the traffic fine should be paid. The following is a guide on how to go about paying your traffic fine in the City of Cape Town.
Understanding the different types of fines
ANNOUNCEMENT OF PERA 2017 FINALISTS
The 15 finalists in the Western Cape’s most prestigious entrepreneurship awards, the Premier’s Entrepreneurship Recognition Awards (PERA) have been announced for 2017.
Here you will be able to find pictures of the projects, news and programmes the Department of Local Government is busy with.
The Western Cape boasts some of the most beautiful places on earth with tourists, both local and international, choosing to explore its beauty at this time.
Explore the Western Cape:
Every year about 8 million metric tons of plastic is dumped into our oceans. That's as much as a truck loads of plastic waste every minute. But you can make a difference, here's how.
As we mark the United Nations International Youth Day on 12 August 2014, the Western Cape Government is proud to be playing a leading role in the empowerment and advancement of young people between 14-25 years living in the province.
Are you a 2020 matriculant looking for work experience? Then the PAY project is the perfect opportunity for you!
Premier’s Council on Skills: 30 September 2014
Premier Helen Zille hosted the Premier’s Council on Skills on 30 September 2014 in Saldanha Bay. The purpose of this Skills Council was to raise awareness of the developments taking place on the West Coast and to address skills requirements to ensure that the region has the skills supply it requires, with a particular focus on Artisan Development, Oil and Gas and Marine Repairs Sectors.
Your upcoming matric examinations are very important for your future. The success of your exams will depend on how much you have prepared for them. The results of your matric examinations will determine whether you'll proceed to your next level of studies.
- any emergency medical condition
- a limited set of ±270 medical conditions
- 25 chronic conditions
- Abel Sithole, Executive Director Metropolitan
- Brendon Roberts, WC Department of Economic Development and Tourism
- Kola Jolaolu, Executive Director Ngubane & Co. Management Consultants (Pty) Ltd
- Colin Reddy, BEE Director BusinessMap Foundation
- Loyiso Mbabane.
During October and November 2014 the Department of Economic Development and Tourism (DEDAT) hosted an incentives roadshow. The raodshow brought togethet various national departments and business development support agencies and toured the various regions of the province. The roadshow created awareness regarding funding, incentives and other forms of support offered by government and its agencies to established businesses.
During National Heritage Month in September we reflect on the cultural heritage of South Africans and celebrated what makes us unique.
This includes the preservation of our public buildings.
The unspoken problem of elder neglect and abuse should be addressed. We're all responsible for the wellness and safety of seniors in our communities.
A small uncontrolled fire can quickly spread and become a threat to people’s lives and their property. Find out what you can do to prevent fires.
These are the featured stories published on the Western Cape Government home page in 2020.
These are the featured stories published on the Western Cape Government home page in 2021.
These are the featured stories published on the Western Cape homepage in 2011.
These are the featured stories published on the Western Cape home page in 2012.
These are the featured stories published on the Western Cape home page in 2013.
These are the featured stories published on the Western Cape home page in 2014.
These are the featured stories published on the Western Cape home page in 2015.
These are the featured stories published on the Western Cape Government home page in 2016.
These are the featured stories published on the Western Cape Government home page in 2017.
These are the featured stories published on the Western Cape Government home page in 2018.
These are the featured stories published on the Western Cape Government home page in 2019.
PRIZE MONEY PER CATEGORY
The respective category winners will be awarded as follows:
Categories of business
Number of Finalists per Category
The Professional Development Programme is aligned to the training requirements of the relevant professional bodies.
Newly appointed graduates and existing employees will undergo structured training to achieve the competency level needed for professional registration.
Some of the types of settlements the department is tasked with developing.
Getting a visa to travel in and out of South Africa has become slightly more challenging.
The new visa regulations will affect not only parents wanting to travel with their children, but businesses looking to trade in South Africa, and people who are looking to work in South Africa as well.
Information for women over 30 on what pap smears are, and when and why they should be done.
Natural disasters can be devastating. Use these tips to protect your home from floods and fires.
More than 50 different crops in South Africa are reliant on the existence and work of the honey bee.
The Western Cape Disaster Management and Fire & Rescue Services are preventing fires through education.
Let's go into great depth to protect our marine life this World Oceans Day.
South Africa celebrates Human Rights Day on 21 March every year. On this day we remember the Sharpeville massacre that took place in 1960 and we celebrate our Constitution which gives equal rights to everyone.
The Bill of Rights (Chapter 2 of the Constitution) sets out the fundamental rights of all people in South Africa and affirms the democratic values of human dignity, equality and freedom.
The Bill of Rights also protects:
This easy-to-read pamphlet provides information on fundamental human rights and how the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) can assist you if your rights have been infringed.
Our Archives Service gives you the opportunity to view historical documents. Whether you need to know more about your family history or access documents for research, our archives is the place to go.
Corruption undermines service delivery, economic growth and the effective use of limited resources, both in government and the private sector. As part of Provincial Audit Month, we tell you how you can help us fight fraud and corruption in the province.
Here you will find Provincial Government Western Cape Short-term Tenders that are not listed in the National Government Tender Bulletin.
To search for your preferred tender, open the relevant Tender Bulletin and use the search option in the PDF document i.e. you can search for all Provincial Education Tenders by typing WCED, etc.
The Provincial Treasury plays a major role in achieving the desired socio-economic & governance outcomes of the Western Cape by providing strategic financial leadership to the province and municipalities, supporting the Minister of Finance, Economic Development and Tourism and enhancing the availability of financial resources.
This booklet is a desk reference for the public to easily identify the service areas of Provincial Treasury and the method on how to access required services. The booklet is a simple guide depicting the name, contact details and location of main service areas, whilst giving details relating to the mechanisms for accessing the main services of the Department.
Building, maintaining and upgrading roads are important to the economic development of the country which is why the Department of Transport and Public Works allocated R2.77 billion of its 2015/16 annual budget to road construction and maintenance.
The cost of transport and communications can be reduced by investing in road infrastructure.
The Western Cape Department of Human Settlements (WCDHS) hereby invites interested organisations to attend a meeting to deliberate on the Terms of Reference to inform the Framework Agreement. The Agreement will establish terms governing contracts that may be awarded during the life of the agreement, as well as set out terms and conditions for acquiring specific services.
As a citizen, you can have your voice heard by participating in the Parliament of South Africa, Provincial Parliament and you have a direct line to your local government.
Extension of licences
Public transport is considered the more affordable option when it comes to travelling.
Many use it for their daily commute to and from work because it's cheaper and can reduce the amount of time spent in traffic.
Road safety in public transport
The Public Transport Operations Grant is a national government conditional grant to subsidise the costs of specified forms of commuter transport in South Africa’s major cities.
Using public transport for your daily commute to and from work or school can outdo travelling by car in a variety of ways: