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News and Speeches Archive

Proposed 3% average increase in motor vehicle licence fees

31 January 2019

The Provincial Government gazette has published the draft regulation pertaining to motor vehicle licence (MVL) fee increases in the province Read More

New high school in Kraaifontein

31 January 2019

The Kraaifontein High School was one of several Western Cape schools built by Department of Transport and Public Works to have opened its doors earlier this month. Read More

Minister Marais to celebrate cultural expression and sporting activity

31 January 2019

MEDIA ALERT: MINISTER MARAIS TO CELEBRATE CULTURAL EXPRESSION AND SPORTING ACTIVITY IN SOUTHERN CAPE  Read More

Promoting Business with Government

30 January 2019

The Provincial Treasury is committed to supplier development and assist local businesses to register on the Central Supplier Database which will enable these businesses to become suppliers to government. Read More

WC DSD and Partners Combating Teen Addiction

30 January 2019

The Minister of Social Development, Albert Fritz, commends the Mudita Foundation, a Western Cape Department of Social Development (WC DSD) funded NPO, for its great strides in providing high quality mental health care and substance abuse treatment... Read More

Red Tape Reduction Unit achieves R 1 billion savings target

30 January 2019

The Western Cape Government has achieved its strategic goal of generating R1 billion in economic savings and benefits from interventions aimed at reducing red tape and improving the ease of doing business in the province. Read More

WC MECs of Education and Health visit School Wellness mobile at Yomelela Primary

29 January 2019

Today, Western Cape Minister of Health, Dr Nomafrench Mbombo and Western Cape Minister of Education, Ms Debbie Schafer visited the Wellness mobile for school health at Yomelela Primary School in Khayelitsha where Gr R - Grade 1 learners at the... Read More

Premier Zille welcomes interdict granted against Public Protector Report

29 January 2019

Premier Zille welcomes interdict granted against Public Protector Report Read More

Premier rejects ANC’s false statements on proposed amendments

29 January 2019

Premier rejects ANC’s false statements on proposed amendments to Provincial Constitution Read More

Over 17 000 people have disembarked from cruise liners in Cape Town this cruise

28 January 2019

January marks the peak of cruise ship season in Cape Town which traditionally runs from October to April, and this month, vessels have made a total of 17 stops in the city’s port.   Read More

Stop and search focus

28 January 2019

Weekly statement on Rail Enforcement Unit – a joint media release from Metrorail, the City Of Cape Town and the We Read More

Major water project for Oudtshoorn

28 January 2019

Major water project for Oudtshoorn 28 January 2019 Statement by Minister of Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development Planning, Anton Bredell.  Read More

Media Release: Appeal Withdrawal of Equality Court Finding On Police Resourcing

27 January 2019

Media Release: Appeal Withdrawal of Equality Court Finding On Police Resourcing Cannot Be Celebrated Read More

Update on N1 Plattekloof roadworks

25 January 2019

A R487 million Department of Transport and Public Works project to upgrade a section of the N1 between Plattekloof Road and Old Oak Interchange is expected to be completed early in May 2019. Read More

Western Cape Government to proactively examine BOSASA contracts

25 January 2019

Western Cape Government to proactively examine BOSASA contracts Read More

Human Settlements launches a R50 million project in the West Coast Region

25 January 2019

Western Cape Human Settlements Minister, Bonginkosi Madikizela, launched a multi-million-rand housing project in Vredendal in the Matzikama Municipal area with a sod- turning ceremony. Read More

New Language Committee welcomed by Minister Anroux Marais

25 January 2019

On Thursday, 24 January 2019, the new members of the Western Cape Language Committee (WCLC) officially took up their role of promoting and monitoring the use of the three official languages as well as previously mar Read More

We cannot afford to put an end to adoptions

25 January 2019

I recently spoke with a concerned adoptive father regarding Sections 249 and 259 of the Amendment Bill for the Children’s Act of 2005 which will ensure that all fee Read More

Karoo Update

23 January 2019

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