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News and Speeches for Provincial Treasury

Multi-million Rand Digital Access Centre Headed for Elsies River

22 April 2014

The Western Cape Government, in partnership with the City of Cape Town, today (22 April 2014) announced that a R2.8 million digital access centre is set to be launched in Elsies River. Read More

Increased Air Access to Boost Growth and Jobs

15 April 2014

Increased air access between Cape Town and strategic locations could create 3 950 jobs and generate R392 million for the local economy.These are the findings of the business case used to develop the province’s Air Access strategy. Read More

Minister Alan Winde to Attend Business Incubator Launch

9 April 2014

Alan Winde, Minister of Finance, Economic Development and Tourism, will today (9 April 2014) attend the launch of a city-based business incubator supporting emerging entrepreneurs.Shanduka Black Umbrellas have branches across the country and will... Read More

Minister Winde Officially Welcomes 2014 PAY Project Interns

4 April 2014

This year, the Western Cape Government will invest a further R27 million in work experience internships for matriculants, through the Premier’s Advancement for Youth (PAY)Project. Read More

Minister Van Rensburg Challenges Farm Worker Abuse Allegations

2 April 2014

Minister Gerrit van Rensburg seeks strong evidence from the National Minister of Agriculture in regards to the allegations made about farm workers human rights being violated in the Western Cape. Read More

Minister Alan Winde Welcomes International Congress Delegates

2 April 2014

Delegates of the 16th International Congress on Infectious Diseases are in Cape Town – marking the first time in 22 years the conference is being held in Africa. Read More

British Airways Opens R19.8 Million Lounge at Cape Town International Airport

2 April 2014

Western Cape Minister of Finance, Economic Development and Tourism, Alan Winde, says the new multi-million rand airport lounge is set to boost the tourism industry in the Western Cape. Read More