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News and Speeches for Provincial Treasury

May 2022 Tourism Report:The WC's tourism & hospitality sector recovery continues

29 June 2022

Off the back of the impressive tourism recovery statistics from April 2022, I am pleased to announce that the May 2022 statistics confirm the recovery is continuing. This is good news for our tourism and hospitality sector, which employs tens of... Read More

The WCG calls on residents to get out and support events across the province

26 June 2022

I join Premier Alan Winde in celebrating the removal of the remaining COVID-19 restrictions, which will provide a major boost to our province’s events industry in particular. Read More

Apprenticeships give hope to 43 previously unemployed youth at GABS

23 June 2022

Our top priority is to create economic opportunities for young people in the Western Cape by creating the right conditions for economic growth and job creation. Read More

All 30 WC municipal budgets successfully passed

21 June 2022

All 30 municipalities in the Western Cape have successfully approved their 2022/23 budgets before the start of the municipal financial year.  Read More

Applications for 2023 Provincial Treasury Bursary programme now open

20 June 2022

Applications for the 2023 Western Cape Provincial Treasury Bursary programme are now open for young people between the ages of 17 and 35, including Grade 12 learners and post- and undergraduate students interested in pursuing careers in: Read More

Cape Town International Airport the best in Africa

17 June 2022

Last night, at the 2022 World Airport Awards, in Paris, France, the Cape Town International Airport (CTIA) won the best ‘Airport in Africa’, the ‘Best Staff in Africa’ and ‘Cleanest Airport in Africa’ awards. Read More

Provincial Treasury cuts red tape to boost opportunities for small businesses

2 June 2022

The Western Cape Government is committed to reducing red tape for businesses, especially small businesses who are interested in becoming Western Cape Government suppliers. Read More