News and Speeches for Premier of the Western Cape

Premier Zille and Minister Winde Attend Launch of New Call Centre

26 June 2012

This morning, Monday, 25 June, Premier Helen Zille and Finance, Economic Development and Tourism Minister Alan Winde attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony to launch a new call centre in Woodstock. Read More

Premier Zille Hands over Bicycles to Learners

19 June 2012

On Wednesday, 20 June, Premier Helen Zille handed over bicycles to learners at Bontebok Primary School in Swellendam. Read More

Premier Zille to Hit Home Stretch of Better Together Cycle Tour into Khayelitsha

19 June 2012

Tomorrow, Thursday, 21 June, Premier Helen Zille will cycle into Khayelitsha on the home stretch of the Better Together Cycle Tour. Read More

Africa Public Service Day

19 June 2012

Africa Public Service Day is the day on which we honour all the many women and men whose responsibility it is to serve the people of Africa. It is an important day on our calendar and one we observe in the Western Cape. Read More

Premier Helen Zille to Cycle from Plettenberg Bay to Khayelitsha

14 June 2012

Media Statement by Premier Helen Zille Read More

Premier Zille to Announce Western Cape Government Better Together Cycle Tour

12 June 2012

On Thursday, 14 June, Premier Helen Zille will hold a press briefing to announce the Western Cape Government's Better Together Cycle Tour that will take place from Plettenberg Bay on Sunday, 17 June, finishing in Khayelitsha on Thursday, 21 June. Read More

Premier Helen Zille Rated as Best Premier

10 June 2012

The Public Service Commission has released a report on the performance of the Office of the Premier in each of South Africa's nine provinces for 2010/2011. Read More

Premier Zille Launches 110% Green Campaign on World Environment Day

4 June 2012

Today, Tuesday, 5 June, also World Environment Day, Premier Helen Zille launched the 110% Green campaign, a catalytic initiative of the Western Cape Government to advance its efforts to make the province the green economy hub of South Africa. Read More