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Western Cape Government - Reports & Research: I

Government reports and research, listed alphabetically by title. These publications are also listed under the appropriate life events and categories in Your Life and Topics.
(File type: pdf; size: 1.31 MB)Department of Transport and Public Works (Western Cape Government)

The Public Transport Operations Grant is a historical conditional grant paid annually by National Treasury in terms of the annual Division of Revenue Act to subsidise road-based public transport bus services provided by provincial departments of transport.

(File type: pdf; size: 819.96 KB)Department of Human Settlements (Western Cape Government)

In partnership with the Western Cape Department of Human Settlements, the African Centre for Cities (ACC) at the University of Cape Town has established the Sustainable Human Settlements CityLab. Both the CityLab staff and the Policy and Research Directorate have played integral roles in the production of this research.

Directorate: Planning (Department of Human Settlements, Western Cape Government)

Guided by the Western Cape Government’s Provincial Strategic Goal (ie. PSG 4) to “enable a resilient, sustainable, quality and inclusive living environment”, the WCDHS has developed an Informal Settlement Strategic Framework (ISSF) strategy document entitled ‘From Precarious Settlements to Dignified Neighbourhoods’.

Department of Health and Wellness (Western Cape Government)
Department of Economic Development and Tourism (Western Cape Government)
Disaster Management and Fire and Rescue Services (Department of Local Government, Western Cape Government)
The Provincial Disaster Management Centre has been tasked to coordinate the Provincial Government of the Western Cape's response to the Xenophobic upsurge that engulfed the Western Cape on 22 May 2008.