News and Speeches for Department of Transport and Public Works | Western Cape Government

News and Speeches for Department of Transport and Public Works

Western Cape Youth Road Safety Summit in Cape Town

31 May 2016

The Western Cape Youth Road Safety Summit will be taking place at the Bridgeways Conference Centre at Ratanga Junction in Cape Town on 3 and 4 June 2016 under the theme #BEINGSAFEISCOOL. Read More

“Five Star Green” Khayelitsha Shared Services Centre opens

31 May 2016

The brand new Khayelitsha Shared Services Centre, commissioned by the Department of Transport and Public Works for the provincial departments of agriculture, education, social development and health, is expected to be fully occ Read More

Thirteen killed on Western Cape roads this weekend

30 May 2016

A preliminary report from the Western Cape Department of Health’s Forensic Pathology Services indicates that 13 road users died on the province’s roads over the weekend. Read More

Building contractors complete advanced training and mentoring programme

27 May 2016

The Department of Transport and Public Works Contractor Development Programme has made it possible for 15 emerging construction contractor-owners to successfully complete its 24-month Siyenyuka advanced accre Read More

Construction of the Louwville High School

25 May 2016

The Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works delivers infrastructure and services to people of the province to promote positive socio-economic outcome and safe, empowered and connected communities. Read More

Certificate ceremony for emerging building contractors in the Western Cape

25 May 2016

Fifteen owners of emerging construction businesses have successfully completed accredited training on how to run their businesses more effectively. Read More

Department awards 19 new Masakh’iSizwe bursaries to university students

24 May 2016

Statement by Donald Grant, Minister of Transport and Public Works Read More

Minister Grant to award Masakh’iSizwe bursaries to 2016 recipients

24 May 2016

Today (24 May 2016), Donald Grant , Minister of Transport and Public Works will award bursaries to this year’s new recipients as part of the Read More

Twenty-one arrested for drinking and driving this weekend

23 May 2016

A preliminary report from the Western Cape Department of Health’s Forensic Pathology Services indicates that five road users died on the province’s roads over the weekend. Read More

Good progress on Melkbosstrand roadworks project

23 May 2016

The Department of Transport and Public Works is making good progress with the resealing of a 27 km stretch of road on the R27 and an 8 km stretch of road on the M19 near Melkbosstrand. Read More

Construction of Napier clinic

19 May 2016

The Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works delivers infrastructure and services to people of the province to promote positive socio-economic outcome and safe, empowered and connected communities. Read More

Nine killed on Western Cape roads over the weekend

16 May 2016

A preliminary report from the Western Cape Department of Health’s Forensic Pathology Services indicates that nine road users died on the province’s roads over the weekend. Read More

EPWP beneficiaries become full-time employees

13 May 2016

Sixty-six former Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) beneficiaries have been appointed as full-time employees of the Fire and Rescue, Law Enforcement and Waste Water Treatment Directorates of the Stellenbosch Municipality. Read More

Moorreesburg roadworks progressing well

12 May 2016

A R178 million Department of Transport and Public Works project to rehabilitate and resurface sections of the R311 and R45 in the Moorreesburg area is progressing well. Read More

George taxi licence hearing update

11 May 2016

A Provincial Regulatory Entity (PRE) hearing in Oudtshoorn to consider the possible suspension or cancellation of operating licences held by 32 members of the Uncedo George Taxi Association has been postponed. Read More

Nine killed on Western Cape roads this weekend

9 May 2016

A preliminary report from the Western Cape Department of Health’s Forensic Pathology Services indicates that nine road users died on the province’s roads over the weekend, two of them children (one 5 years old, and the other Read More

Hearing into Go George violence resumes

5 May 2016

A Provincial Regulatory Entity (PRE) hearing to consider the possible suspension or cancellation of operating licences held by 32 members of the Uncedo George Taxi Association resumed on Tuesday 3 May 2016 in Oudtshoorn. Read More

George taxi licence hearing postponed

5 May 2016

A Provincial Regulatory Entity (PRE) hearing to consider the possible suspension or cancellation of operating licences held by 32 members of the Uncedo George Taxi Association, which started on 3 May 2016 in Oudtshoorn, will now proceed on 9 May... Read More

Road project exceeds empowerment and employment targets

4 May 2016

Thousands of motorists will soon enjoy a better travelling experience on the R316 between Caledon and Bredasdorp after a R102 million investment by the Department of Transport and Public Works in resealing this road. Read More

Pages