I warned that the EFF's total disregard for the rules would cause serious problems in years to come, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
Cape Town's newly qualified law enforcement officers have taken part in a passing-out parade and will "put more boots on the ground" to fight crime in certain hot spots.
Before becoming Western Cape premier, Alan Winde committed to conducting lifestyle audits on his cabinet if he was in charge. Five months after his election, this is yet to happen.
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde says he won't be giving up the fight to have a provincial policing unit which would answer to national government.
Deputy President David Mabuza has spoken glowingly of Western Cape Premier Alan Winde, calling him a "very good man".
The number of weekend murders in the Western Cape has decreased slightly - from the 47 committed last weekend to 34 in the metro region this past weekend.
A Cape Town police officer who, in his personal capacity, drove from Delft to eSwatini to bring home a man who had been missing for six years, has made good on his promise to maintain their friendship after their 1 700km trek last month.
The Western Cape government intends taking over the province's rail network from national government and to license private operators to get systems running reliably instead of focusing on "bullet trains", Premier Alan Winde says.
Another bloody weekend in Cape Town saw 43 people being murdered, Premier Alan Winde has confirmed.
The Western Cape has established the role to ensure that the rights, needs and interests of children are upheld and met.
Winde is looking to trim the administration's departments to '10 or 11' from 13
All three property sectors – residential, commercial and industrial – are currently experiencing a so-called buyers’ market in the Western Cape, says David Maynier, Western Cape Minister of Finance and Economic Opportunities.
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde has acknowledged that his new safety strategy for the province will cost a lot of money – R1bn – but he says levels of crime have left him with no other choice.
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde and his Community Safety MEC Albert Fritz have welcomed the news that the SANDF's deployment would be extended by six months, but want to see a few changes in approach.
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde wants the army to be deployed to the Cape Flats for at least six more months as crime remains high and areas have not yet been stabilised, he says.
Cape Town residents can expect the evening of the first Thursday of August to be much more than aperitifs and art galleries as the Western Cape government gets in on the action.
With the SANDF on the ground to support the police in Cape Town's gang and crime hot spots, Western Cape Premier Alan Winde explains what the province is doing to help curb the violence.
The Western Cape government is considering court action against Police Minister Bheki Cele in its battle to get extra police officers for the province, Premier Alan Winde says.
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde has welcomed Police Minister Bheki Cele's announcement that the military will be helping the police crack down on gang and crime hot spots in the province.
As Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure, Good party leader Patricia de Lille will be perfectly placed to make good on one of the central tenets of her party's manifesto – spatial transformation.
New Western Cape Premier Alan Winde has named his new cabinet in the province.
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R 4 195 000
R 9 950 000
R 7 000 000
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