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News and Speeches Archive

Award Function Leeuwenhof 25 January 2010

11 January 2010

This administration is determined to acknowledge achievement of all learners in the province who have done exceptionally well in the recent 2009 National Senior Certificate Examinations. Read More

Reports Reveal a Drop in Vandalism Incidents at Schools

10 January 2010

"I am pleased to report that the number of reported vandalism incidents to date, has decreased from last year," said Minister Donald Grant on Monday. Read More

"Rape Is Unacceptable" Says MEC Max

10 January 2010

Adv. Lennit Max, The Western Cape Minister of Community Safety condemns the alleged rape of a 19 year old girl from Atlantis.Max wants to urge the victims that a thorough investigation will be done, to bring the alleged perpetrators to book and that... Read More

Overberg accidents

10 January 2010

The Western Cape Department of Health's Metro Emergency Medical Services (EMS) responded to a taxi accident on the R319 tonight at 18:00.A taxi overturned about 20km past Bredasdorp in the direction of Swellendam. Read More

New Year's Babies 2010

6 January 2010

Many babies are born every year on New Year's Day. Much hype is created around the first born babies and their parents.The Western Cape Department of Health is proud to announce the birth of 213 babies in public health facilities in the Western Cape... Read More

The Queen's Baton Relay 2010 Delhi

5 January 2010

The Western Cape Minister of Cultural Affairs, Sport and Recreation, Mr. Sakkie Jenner will on Sunday, 10 January 2010, be accepting The Queens Baton Relay 2010 Delhi at the Cape Town International Airport. Read More

Criminal Charges and 24/7 Border Inspections will target all Unsafe Buses and Their Operators

4 January 2010

Joint Statement by Western Cape Ministers of Community Safety Lennit Max and Transport Robin Carlisle. Read More

New Steps Against Unsafe Bus Operators to be Announced Tomorrow

3 January 2010

Joint Statement by Western Cape Ministers of Community Safety, Lennit Max, and Transport, Robin Carlisle. Read More