State of the Province Address 2017

2017
(Western Cape Government)

On Friday, 17 February 2017, Premier Helen Zille delivered the State of the Province Address at the opening of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament. 

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What is the State of the Province Address (SoPA)?

The State of the Province Address is a speech made by the Premier or provincial head.
The event usually marks the official opening of the Provincial Parliament.
The speech is delivered in front of members of the provincial executive, including the Speaker, Deputy Speaker and the Secretary.
Provincial Strategic Plan (PSP)

The State of the Province address will be an opportunity for citizens to get an update regarding the achievement of our vision of an open opportunity society for all as set out in the Western Cape's PSP which outlines the 5 Provincial Strategic Goals (PSGs).

Where can I access Premier Helen Zille's speech?

Read Premier Helen Zille's full 2017 State of the Province Address.

Media Enquiries: 
Michael Mpofu
Spokesperson for Premier Helen Zille
Tel: 021 483 4584
Cell: 071 564 5427
Email: michael.mpofu@westerncape.gov.za



What is the State of the Province Address?

The State of the Province Address is a speech made by a provincial head or premier.
The event usually marks the official opening of the provincial parliament.
The speech is delivered in front of members of the provincial executive including the Speaker, Deputy Speaker and the Secretary.
Who can attend?

Only invited guests and members of the provincial parliament can attend the event.
Where can I read the Premier Zille's State of the Province Addresses?

State of the Province Address 2016
State of the Province Address 2015
State of the Province Address 2014
State of the Province Address 2013
State of the Province Address 2012
State of the Province Address 2011
State of the Province Address 2010
State of the Province Address 2009

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