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The Department of Transport and Public Works and Jeffares & Green (Pty) Ltd embarked on a project to upgrade the R43 (TR28/1). This included the stretch from Sandbaai to Hermanus (Mimosa Street) and improvements to the intersections at Vermont and Onrus/Kidbrooke. Construction started on 11 August 2011 and should be completed by 8 August 2013.
Robin Carlisle, Minister of Transport and Public Works officially opened the reconstructed stretches of Trunk Road 22 and Main Road 305 between Gouda and Wolseley on 4 June 2013.
This pamphlet summarises the regulations that apply to recreational fishing in South Africa's marine and estuarine environments and skuba-diving and jetski use in Marine Protected Areas.
By being environmentally conscious, we can build a sustainable future for many generations to come. Find out where you can go to recycle your waste.
This is to provide the treatment and management of pain in any child with any condition or disease. Ensuring that no child should suffer from pain while hospitalised or during their recovery phase at home.
- Pain caused by illnesses of childhood
- Acute pain
- Burns pain
- Post-operative pain
- Chronic pain
- Neuropathic pain
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
- Phantom Pain
This is a detailed document answering questions that are frequently asked regarding: registering a company, registering a prospectus, deregistering a company, amending a company registration, the liquidation process and lodging financial statements.
The Provincial Minister of Transport and Public Works in the Western Cape, in terms of section 7 of the Western Cape Provincial Road Traffic Administration Act, 2012 (Act 6 of 2012), intends to make the regulations set out in the Schedule.
The document contains information on the registration status of higher education institutions, their contact details, the certificate of registration and the auditor's report.
The Piesang Valley and Robberg Roads in Plettenberg Bay were officially reopened on 21 May 2013.
Road maintenance and construction continues to be a priority for the Department of Transport and Public Works which allocated R1.856 billion of its 2011/2012 budget to Transport Infrastructure during this period. The project started in November 2011.
What is Heritage Day?
Heritage Day is celebrated on 24 September every year. The day is set aside for all South Africans to remember and pay tribute to our rich history and various cultures which make our country unique. In celebrating Heritage Day, South Africans are called upon to find unity in our diversity.
Former President Nelson Mandela made the following statement in an address on Heritage Day in 1996 which echoes this sentiment:
The Rental Housing Tribunal provides a free service to tenants and landlords in the Western Cape.
Children are society's most vulnerable people. Find out how you can teach your child to protect themselves and what to do if a child goes missing.
We’re approaching the time of the year when we spend ours days at the beach to escape the summer heat. To ensure that you and your family remain safe while swimming, here are some safety tips about rip currents which everyone should know.
What are rip currents?
Rip currents are strong narrow currents of water which usually develop along beachfronts. They are strongest near the surface of the water and they move directly away from the shore, cutting through the lines of breaking waves.
The World Health Organization (WHO) reports indicate that many accidents happen during holidays when people travel greater distances. This is despite extensive awareness campaigns by government and Arrive Alive, which aims to decrease the number of lives lost on South African roads.
This publication touches on some of the basic aspects of road safety, including speeding, drunken driving and road rage.
The Department of Transport and Public Works aims to reduce the amount of people injured and killed on the Western Cape's roads through, among other methods, its innovative road safety awareness and education campaigns and programmes.
The Department's Road Safety Management directorate:
The Department of Transport and Public Works (DTPW) uses innovative ways to promote road safety and implement traffic law interventions and programmes in the Western Cape.
We understand that incorporating the latest technology in our endeavours assists us to reduce the amount of serious injuries and deaths caused by road crashes.
The card - a record of immunisations and growth rate - is given to mothers when their infant is born and is used to monitor the development of the child until it is five years old.
We believe that this project has the potential to encourage the implementation of similar PV projects in public and private buildings across the Western Cape.