A simple solution that can make such a big impact on people’s lives.
The Western Cape is in serious trouble.
A leap in the right direction.
*stands and applauds*
Of all nine provinces, the Western Cape government spends the least of its budget on its employees.
The drought-ridden Western Cape finally had a good soaking on Wednesday – drawing sheer panic from bewildered locals… and little more than amusement from the rest of the country.
The water crisis in the Western Cape is getting worse…
The Western Cape could really do with some of this water.
The Western Cape is running out of water, fast.
As Cape Town residents continue their fight against property developers and the City, campaigners have stepped in to support their eviction battle to Wolverivier.
Sports minister Fikile Mbalula doesn’t seem to understand how a representative democracy works.
The ruling party has condemned accusations that it is behind the spate of fires that have been ravaging the Western Cape.
The NY roads by the numbers.
He has left behind a string of unpaid “loans”
The Democratic Alliance has wrestled control of Beaufort West away from the ANC by handing over control of three municipalities to smaller political parties in the Karoo district.
Statistics South Africa’s most Non-financial Census of Municipalities for 2015 reveals that, at local government level, the Western Cape consistently outperforms every other province in South Africa.
The Western Cape has the highest internet penetration of all SA’s provinces, with 93.8% of all residents having access to the internet; 20% more than the national average.
Western Cape farmers have donated over 100 tonnes of animal feed for their drought-stricken compatriots in Kliprand.
The Western Cape’s minister of education seems to have been spot on in her prediction and every student that passed in the province has done so with access to higher education… pretty neat!
Minister Schafer believes that the province’s 2015 NSC results will be even better than the previous year, with Mathematics and Science a key focus.
So the ruling party has been pushing for the number of provinces in South Africa to be reduced for a few years now, but the ANC is keener than ever to have provincial borders — particularly the Western Cape’s — changed.
No jokes folks, this forms part of their decolonisation drive, which also includes changing South Africa’s name.