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News and Speeches for Western Cape Government

Western Cape Government Shines Light on Autism

1 April 2012

World Autism Awareness Day is commemorated on 2 April. Various initiatives will be rolled out all over the world to shine the light on autism and raise much-needed funds to assist thousands of families who live with the challenges of raising... Read More

Minister Madikizela to Hand over Houses to Disabled Beneficiaries in Lwandle, Khayelitsha

1 April 2012

The Western Cape Minister of Human Settlements, Bonginkosi Madikizela, will deliver the keynote address at the handover of a specially designed house to wheelchair bound Ms Angela Msizi, on 2 April 2012. Read More

Premier Helen Zille Welcomes Constitutional Court Ruling on Judge Hlophe Case

1 April 2012

On Friday, 30 March 2012, the Constitutional Court decided unanimously that it will not hear Judge John Hlophe's appeal in the matter relating to my original court action in the Cape High Court against the Judicial Service Commission (JSC). Read More

Western Cape Government Enacts Liquor Act after Ten Years in the Making

1 April 2012

As from Sunday, 1 April 2012, the remaining provisions of the Western Cape Liquor Act, the Western Cape Liquor Amendment Act and the Western Cape Liquor Regulations will be in effect. Read More

Minister Carlisle: COSATU and Chamber of Commerce Have Sold Out to Commuters

1 April 2012

Robin Carlisle, the Minister of Transport and Public Works, has said that "if it is true that Cosatu and the Chamber of Commerce have agreed with Metrorail to fare increases ranging between 13 and 21%, then it is regrettable that they have sold out... Read More

Better Together: Tourism, Trade and Investment Marketing to Be Incorporated into Single Organisation

1 April 2012

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

Public Notice: Delay in Delivery of Chronic Medication

1 April 2012

Please note that the delivery of chronic medication is currently delayed due to the department's conversion from one service provider to another, which involves almost 200 000 prescriptions. Read More