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2016
(Provincial Cabinet, Western Cape Government)

Long Serving Officials Honoured By Minister Marais

26 February 2016

On Wednesday, 24 February 2016, Western Cape Minister of Cultural Affairs and Sport, Anroux Marais presented Long Service Awards to officials of the Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport (DCAS) at the 2016 ceremony held in Milnerton.

The ceremony honoured long serving officials for loyalty, commitment, dedication and their significant contribution to our vision of a socially inclusive, creative and active Western Cape. The following officials received awards for spending 10 – 40 years in service of the public, an indication of the passion and perseverance they have shown in bringing about positive change to the people of the Western Cape. Their residential areas are also indicated for ease of reference.

10 years of service

SM

ABRAHAMS           

Riverview, Worcester

D   

APRIL              

Beaufort West

D   

AUGUST             

Roodewal, Worcester

BO  

BAILEY             

Ruyterwacht

LK  

BESTHA             

Silvertown, Athlone

MC  

COERECUIS          

Forest Heights, Eersteriver

R   

DIEDERICKS         

Portlands, Mitchell's Plain

N   

DIEDERICKS         

Wynberg

C   

GERTZE             

Goolhurst, Grassy Park

D   

HENDRICKS          

Avainpark, Worcester

LA  

HOLLAND            

Sunrise Boulevard, Muizenberg

LM  

HUTTON             

Amandelrug, Kuilsriver

L   

JOHNSON            

Riverview, Worcester

MS  

KHAN               

Lentegeur, Mitchell's Plain

M   

KUTUKA             

Kraaifontein

TG  

LIBALELE           

Railton, Swellendam

SM  

LIEDEMAN

Lansdowne

NA  

MDAWE              

Cornifers, Blue Downs

M    

MHELENI            

Zone 16, Langa

NK  

MKALIPI            

Parow North

J   

MURPHY             

Riverview, Worcester

TA  

NTSHONA            

Ilitha Park, Khayelitsha

RM  

NYUKA              

Luyoloville, Gugulethu

TC  

ROBERTSON          

Greenfields, Blackheath

CL  

SEPTEMBER          

Cormac Park, Kuilsrivier

M   

SLINGERS           

Swellendam

BV  

STOFILE            

Lwandle, Strand

NA  

TAMLE

Oakdale, Bellville

US  

TANDWA             

Parow West

CS

VAN WIJK

Tulbagh

Z   

XUZA               

NY112, Nr 92, Gugulethu

 

20 years of service

 

MC  

AFRIKA             

Simondium, Paarl

TT  

BAGLEY             

Lansdowne

I   

CLAASSEN           

Simondium, Paarl

CR  

COETZEE            

Paarl

N   

JANTJIES           

Cango Caves Road, Oudtshoorn

MJ  

JONAS              

Stellenbosch

JM  

KOTZE              

Rouxpark, Worcester

B   

LAUBSCHER          

Prins Afred, Hamlet

JC  

LE ROUX            

Swartland

 

30 years of service

TLC 

ADLER              

Riverview, Worcester

S   

ESTERHUYSE         

Goedemoed, Durbanville

AMJ 

GROENEWALD         

Parow

E    

JOHNSON            

Riverview, Worcester

EL

LOURENS

Glenwood, Goodwood

MJ  

NORTJE             

Kuilsrivier

EA  

ODENDAAL           

Onder Papegaaiberg, Stellenbosch

C   

RHODE              

Jonkershoek, Stellenbosch

C   

SALTER-JANSEN      

Glencairn, Simonstown

TD  

TUTU               

Gugulethu

AE  

VAN WYK            

Milnerton

JJ

WILLIAMS           

Cloetesville, Stellenbosch

I   

WILLIAMS            

Bayview, Strandfontein

 

40 years of service

A

ADONIS

Strandfontein

MS  

KNOETZE            

Protea Heights, Brackenfell

MS  

MARCUS             

Bo-Kaap, Scotches Kloof

E   

MICHAELS           

Swellendam

SH

RICKETT

Highbury, Kuilsriver

JD  

WEBBER             

Portlands, Mitchell's Plain

 

Minister Marais said, “Our department makes a significant difference in bringing about positive change to our communities. We improve the self-esteem of our youth and identify in them talents they would otherwise not explore. We enable a love for reading, history, culture, heritage and arts which improves educational outcomes, not only for the youth but our province as whole. We open channels of communication so that all in our province is able to access our services irrespective of their mother tongues because we promote linguistic democracy by elevating the status of all 3 official languages. I can go on and on about why we are a fundamental department in the Western Cape Government, but there will be no department and we would not be fundamental without our hardworking and loyal officials”.

Photographs of specific officials are available upon request.

Media Enquiries: 

Stacy McLean
Spokesperson for Anroux Marais, Minister of Cultural Affairs and Sport
Tel: 021 483 4426
Cell: 083 504 1171
Email: Stacy.McLean@westerncape.gov.za