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News and Speeches for Ministry of Finance and Economic Opportunities

Five Electricity-Saving Tips for Switched-on Western Cape Citizens

30 June 2011

On 1 July 2011, the price of electricity for normal households will increase by 20%. This is due to the revision of Eskom's tariffs. Read More

Western Cape Offers Free Telecoms to Attract International Call Centres

27 June 2011

Today, Western Cape Minister of Economic Development, Alan Winde, announced an incentive that will significantly boost the Western Cape's Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) sector, unlocking growth and jobs for the province. Read More

Media Alert: Minister Alan Winde to Reveal New Incentive to Attract Call Centres to Western Cape

26 June 2011

Tomorrow, Western Cape Economic Development Minister, Alan Winde, will reveal a ground-breaking new incentive to attract international companies to base their call centres in the province.This is the first incentive of its kind in South Africa. Read More

Media Alert: Minister Alan Winde to Give Address at Joint Engagement of Skills Development

22 June 2011

On Friday, 24 June 2011, Western Cape Minister of Economic Development and Tourism, Alan Winde, will address a business breakfast on the province's initiatives to drive skills development. Read More

Provincial Government Maximises Spending on Infrastructure and Service Delivery

22 June 2011

Media Statement by Alan Winde, Minister of Finance, Economic Development and Tourism Read More

Media Alert: Minister Alan Winde to Release Pre-Audited Financial Outcomes

21 June 2011

Tomorrow, Western Cape Finance Minister, Alan Winde, will release the Provincial Government's pre-audited financial outcomes for 2010/11. Read More

Ash Cloud Update: Operations on Schedule at Cape Town International Airport

19 June 2011

Flights in and out of Cape Town International Airport (CTIA) returned to schedule today as the ash cloud created by a recent volcanic eruption in Chile passed over. The ash cloud forced several operators to either cancel or delay flights over the... Read More