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President Ramaphosa, the Port of Cape Town requires your urgent attention

21 April 2021

We are encouraged by the recent commitment made by President Cyril Ramaphosa to make our ports more efficient and competitive and his recent visit to the Port of Durban. Read More

Businesses stepped up to support over 1 000 students affected by Cape Town fire

19 April 2021

The immense response to the Cape Town fire from across government, civil society and the private sector has been incredible. Read More

Small towns prove popular as travellers explore the Western Cape over Easter

16 April 2021

An increase in domestic travel over the Easter weekend across the Western Cape and especially to small towns is a welcome and much-needed boost for the tourism and hospitality sector in the Western Cape.  Read More

Survey ranking SA as top BPO destination a boost for the sector in the WC

11 April 2021

We welcome the announcement that South Africa has been voted the most favoured offshore Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) destination in 2021, according to the annual Ryan Strategic Advisory Fron Read More

1 166 jobs created in the BPO sector through skills development programme

8 April 2021

I am pleased to announce that 1 166 full-time jobs were created in the Business Process Operating (BPO) sector through the Department of Economic Development and Tourism’s Work and Skills programme in the last financial year. Read More

Procurement Disclosure Report reveals R1.95 billion spent on Covid-19

1 April 2021

We are pleased to publish the ninth edition of our monthly Procurement Disclosure Report by Provincial Treasury which affirms our commitment to transparency and clean government in the Western Cape. Read More