Sunday, 21 October 2018

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  • MEC Gwen Ramokgopa joins Cancer walk in Diepsloot, 20 Oct19 October 2018, 3:56 pm
    Gauteng MEC for Health Dr Gwen Ramokgopa will, on Saturday, 20 October 2018, join the community of Diesploot as part of the Cancer Awareness Month Campaign activities. The five kilometres walk aims to put the spotlight on cancer in general, and Breast Cancer in particular, which affect millions of women globally. Dr Ramokgopa will deliver a keynote address and have an opportunity t...
  • Western Cape Education on tackling substance abuse in schools19 October 2018, 2:48 pm
    WCED HOD: We must together tackle substance abuse in our schools Today I received yet another video of learners smoking dagga within school premises. This is becoming a common sight within our schools and cannot be acceptable. We must tackle this head on and I request every school to ensure that they follow the relevant disciplinary procedures. We cannot allow school culture to deg...
  • Social Development hosts Boys’ Assembly in Gauteng, 20 Oct19 October 2018, 2:38 pm
    The Department of Social Development, in partnership with the South African National Aids Council and the Men’s Sector, will be hosting the first Boys’ Assembly on 20 October 2018.  The Boys Assembly aims to mobilise boys to be part of the solution to transform existing gender imbalances and to put an end to gender-based violence and inequalities that lead to HIV i...
  • MEC Albert Fritz condemns child abuse and rape19 October 2018, 2:02 pm
    Child abuse and rape has no place in our society I strongly condemn the spate of child rape and abuse in Cape Town and the Western Cape. In the past couple of weeks we have seen horrendous cases of child abuse and rape circulate in the media. These include the rape of a 9 year old girl by a 17 year old boy in Blikkiesdorp; a child rape game reported in the Daily Voice called &lsquo...
  • MEC Alan Winde urges public to vote for Cape Town in World Travel Awards19 October 2018, 12:51 pm
    Cape Town, which has been voted the best events and festival destination in the African leg of the World Travel Awards, now goes head to head with other major events cities across the world, for the global title. Residents and visitors are able to help Cape Town achieve this global recognition by voting on the World Travel Awards website. Cape Town International Airport is also in ...

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