Cape Town - Chaos erupted in the city centre earlier on Thursday when hundreds of protesters marched through the CBD, chased by police officers.
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The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) on Monday launched its Decade of the Artisan campaign at the Ekurhuleni East technical and vocational education and training (TVET) college in Kwa Thema, near Springs.
The City of Cape Town this week enforced lane closures at the intersection of Strand and Adderley streets, as it began the R24-million rehabilitation of the intersection.
The third annual Cape Construction Conference will be hosting a high level Breakfast Forum focusing on: The realities of doing business in the Western Cape. Do not miss your chance to be part of this strategic discussion. This breakfast is co-hosted with Cape Business News.
The purpose of the forum is to unpack the opportunities available in the construction industry with particular focus on the relationship between industry and government. The forum enables collaboration by getting real insights from industry players across the industry value chain and government; you will leave with a better understanding of the industry and governments infrastructural plans.
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The distinguished plenary session includes provincial dignitaries such as:
Donald Grant, MEC: Transport and Public Works, Western Cape Government
Bonginkosi Madikizela, MEC: Human Settlements, Western Cape Government
Alan Winde, MEC: Agriculture, Economic Development and Tourism, Western Cape Government
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THE focus on Western Cape-based casinos has intensified since a diplomatic attempt to divide up the region’s gambling pie was stymied by prolonged deliberations with the competition authorities.
The Cape Construction Trade Expo is the only event that deals specifically with the opportunities and challenges of the Western Cape construction industry. Now in its 4th year, the Cape Construction Expo returns to the Cape Town International Convention Centre from the 11 – 12 August 2016.