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News and Speeches for Ministry of Finance and Economic Opportunities

Western Cape Attracts R4 Billion in Foreign Direct Investment

27 June 2013

The Western Cape attracts foreign investment in key growth sectors. Read More

"Cycling Ambassador" Receives Hero's Welcome

26 June 2013

The provincial government aims to attract 10 000 cyclists to the Western Cape each year in the next 10 years. Read More

Western Cape's "Cycling Ambassador" Starts London-Paris Race

20 June 2013

Western Cape Government wishes local cyclist well ahead of London-Paris race. Read More

Western Cape Liquor Authority Conducts Mega-blitz Across the Province

13 June 2013

Western Cape Liquor Authority clamps down on non-compliant liquor licence holders and closes three establishments. Read More

Minister Winde Announces Investigation of Special Economic Zones for Aquaculture Sector

12 June 2013

During his visit to two of the province's largest abalone farms, Alan Winde, Minister of Finance, Economic Development and Tourism announced that the Western Cape Government will look into the establishment of Special Economic Zones (SEZs) to boost... Read More

Media Alert: Launch of 2013 Western Cape Farmworker of the Year Competition

12 June 2013

Friday, 14 June is the official launch of the 2013 Western Cape Farm Worker of the Year Competition. Shoprite, the official sponsor for  the competition, is contributing  R750 000 this year and the total cost of the competition will be R1.5 million. Read More

Dutch Food Sector Set to Help Grow Western Cape Agro-processing

10 June 2013

The Western Cape Government and Dutch food industries collaborate to increase the province's European market share. Read More

Sky’s the Limit for Western Cape Tourism

6 June 2013

This week, over 700 leaders of the global aviation industry gathered at Cape Town’s International Convention Centre for the 69th International Air Transport Association (IATA) AGM to discuss the sector’s major issues. Read More