Category Archives: Provincial Government Vacancies In SA

Details Of Western Cape Police Ombudsman (WCPO) Vacancies 2021 / 2021

Details Of Western Cape Police Ombudsman (WCPO) Vacancies 2021 / 2021

Contact details

Physical: 6th Floor, Waldorf Building, 80 Burg Street, Cape Town, 8001
Postal: PO Box 5346, Cape Town, 8000
Tel: 021 483 0669
Fax: 021 483 0660
Web: www.westerncape.gov.za/police-ombudsman
Email: ombudsman@wcpo.gov.za

Overview

The mission of the Western Cape Police Ombudsman (WCPO) is to independently investigate and seek to resolve people’s complaints against poor police service in an impartial manner. The mandate of the WCPO originates from what provinces are entitled to do in terms of the Constitution, namely: monitoring police conduct; overseeing the effectiveness and efficiency of the police service; and promoting good relations between the police and any community.

Details Of Western Cape Liquor Authority Vacancies 2021 / 2021

Details Of Western Cape Liquor Authority Vacancies 2021 / 2021

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Contact details

Physical: 3rd Floor, Sunbel Building, Voortrekker Road, Bellville
Postal: PO Box 398, Cape Town, 8000
Tel: 021 204 9700
Web: www.westerncape.gov.za/wclb
Email: Liquor.Enquiries@westerncape.gov.za
Overview

The mission of the Western Cape Liquor Authority is to regulate the retail sale and micromanufacturing of liquor in the province.

The Entity’s strategic goal is to create a regulatory environment that reflects high levels of participation by the public, a maximising of the benefits of the industry for the province and its people, and a minimising of its negative effects through increased awareness, reduced availability of liquor, and better law enforcement.

Details Of Western Cape Language Committee Vacancies 2021 / 2021

Details Of Western Cape Language Committee Vacancies 2021 / 2021

Contact details

Physical: 27 Wale Street, Cape Town, 8000
Postal: Private Bag X9083, Cape Town, 8000
Tel: 021 483 0600
Fax: 021 483 6225
Web: www.westerncape.gov.za

Overview

The mission of the Western Cape Housing Development Fund is to provide for the strategic, effective and efficient management and transfer of housing assets.

Office Bearers/Management

CEO:
Mr Thando Mguli (HOD: Human Settlements)
CFO:
n/a
Senior Management:
Mr Lionel Esterhuizen (Director: Land and Asset Management)
Mr Melvin Stoffels (Director: Financial Management)
Communications Officers:
Mr Nathan Adriaanse (Head: Communications)

 

Details Of Western Cape Housing Development Fund Vacancies 2021 / 2021

Details Of Western Cape Housing Development Fund Vacancies 2021 / 2021

Contact details

Physical: 27 Wale Street, Cape Town, 8000
Postal: Private Bag X9083, Cape Town, 8000
Tel: 021 483 0600
Fax: 021 483 6225
Web: www.westerncape.gov.za

Overview

The mission of the Western Cape Housing Development Fund is to provide for the strategic, effective and efficient management and transfer of housing assets.

 

Details Of Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board Vacancies 2021 / 2021

Details Of Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board Vacancies 2021 / 2021

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Contact details

Physical: 68 Orange Street, Gardens, Cape Town, 8001
Postal: PO Box 8175, Roggebaai, 8012
Tel: 021 480 7400
Fax: 021 422 2603
Web: www.wcgrb.co.za
Email: ceo@wcgrb.co.za

Overview

The mission of the Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board is to control and regulate gambling and racing within the Western Cape in a manner that will provide a stable, just, consistent and effective regulatory environment; inspire public confidence and trust; and ensure that the industry contributes to the economy of the Western Cape in a socially responsible manner.

The Board’s strategic goal is to ensure that the Board, in pursuit of its mandate, in respect of gambling industry regulation, designs and utilises its structure, resources and processes for effective, efficient and optimal performance of its duties. The Board regulates gambling in the province to ensure that the industry is free from the criminal element, that the maximum benefit of the licensed activities is achieved, that such activities are fair to patrons, and that vulnerable persons are provided the relevant protection. In reaching these goals the Board will maintain and enhance a credible and well regulated industry that is highly