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BPO&O learnerships for W Cape

23rd March 2007 Investment agency Calling the Cape and the services sector education and training authority (SETA) has allocated funds for a learnership programme to be launched this year. 

Skills development a priority for Western Cape

9th March 2007 Western Cape Premier Ebrahim Rasool has recently signed a memorandum of understanding in Cape Town with Vice-Chancellors of the five universities in the Province to embark on skills development programmes that will sustain the province’s fast growing sectors such as construction,... 

Berg River dam to quench Cape Town's thirst

9th March 2007 The Berg river dam, a 62-m high concrete-faced rock dam, being built in Franschhoek in the Western Cape, is due for completion at the end of the year. 

Western Cape schools meet the worldwide web

9th March 2007 All rural schools in the Western Cape Province will soon be connected to the worldwide web through the Departments of Education’s initiative project Khanya, which is aimed at integrating the use of available and affordable technology into the curriculum delivery process. 

Cape Town city enters 20-year renewable energy agreement

9th March 2007 The City of Cape Town has entered into a 20-year power purchase agreement with Darling Wind Farm, to pursue its goal of sourcing 10% of its energy from renewable sources by 2020. This is a renewable energy project that will add at least 13,2 GWh a year of its electricity to the national energy grid. 

Joint Venture wins iron-ore terminal EIA contract

9th March 2007 A contract to undertake the environmental impact assessment for phase two of the proposed expansion of the Saldahna iron-ore terminal has been awarded to a joint venture of independent environmental consultants, SRK Consulting and PD Naidoo & Associates. 

Green Point stadium construction to kick off

9th March 2007 Construction of the R2, 65-billion Green Point stadium in Cape Town, is scheduled to begin before the end of March and is anticipated for completion ahead in 2009 ahead of the 2010 soccer World Cup. 

Western Cape skills up taxi operators

9th March 2007 The Western Cape Department of Transport has allocated R5-million towards training courses aimed at assisting taxi owners to run their businesses more efficiently, teach them to draw up business plans and handle their finances effectively. 

Western Cape demonstrates economic growth potential

9th March 2007 Economic development in the Western Cape is characterised by a broad sector base, with good growth potential in several major sectors. 

SA wine industry on the decline in the face of global oversupply

9th March 2007 South African Wine Industry Information and Systems SAWIS CEO Yvette van de Merwe is on record commenting on the Wines of South Africa news earlier this year saying that the industry had a drop of about 5%. 

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