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Premier Alan Winde Hosts Ecd Forum

The Western Cape Prime Minister Alan Winde said in the province he was committed to organising an Early Childhood Development Forum (ECD) forum with key stakeholders who have done great work in this area.

I can confirm that the budget for convening and organising a forum to develop solutions for the ECD sector in the province has been made available to the Prime Minister's Ministry, and our aim is to hold a special consultation forum with the main players in the sector for the new financial year.

The Minister for Economic Opportunities of the Province announced that on the first Thursday of each event in Cape Town in 2017, the provincial government will hold a "talk shop" where people can interact with government representatives.    Show Source Texts

The Western Cape is at the forefront of a successful vaccination programme. The government's goal is to ensure that the Western Cape has the most efficient vaccine rollout program in South Africa.

As a first step in our plan to achieve the moon landing for the province, I have announced that we will convene a special advisory forum with key stakeholders who have done outstanding work in this area.    Show Source Texts

Alan prevailed on the internal party ballot against prominent candidates such as the provincial leader of the Democratic Alliance in the Western Cape, Bonginkosi Madikizela and the MP David Maynier.

As part of this commitment to fighting hunger in our communities, the Department of Agriculture will continue its successful One Home, One Garden campaign, which aims to create 1,800 additional food-growing hotspots in the Western Cape.    Show Source Texts

Premier said young children who do not have ECD centres will not receive adequate care. ''. "ECD centers play an important role in the development of children and we need to recognise and plan for the estimated 3.4 million preschoolers in South Africa who are parents or carer at home. The plan to support ECD centres plays an important role in their COVID recovery package, and this is welcome news for those of us who work in the ECD sector.    Show Source Texts

After the 2014 election, Zille announced Winde would have the title of Provincial Minister for Economic Opportunities and conduce the Provincial Ministry of Agriculture, Economic Development and Tourism. Winde and the Minister for Community Security, Albert Fritz, announced on September 19, 2019 that the state government would invest one billion rupees over three years in training and deploying 3,000 security officers and 150 investigators.    Show Source Texts

Gauteng needs a strategy to prevent COVID-19 to flatten the post-summit curve, Dr Aslam Dasoo said at the Progressive Health Forum. Dasoo said Gauteng was of course in a better position in terms of the availability of more health resources in the public and private sector of health, but unlike provinces such as the Eastern Cape it was able to improve and flatten the summit but not be able to manage it. The Forum made a proposal calling for a joint public, private and health sector response to COVID-19.    Show Source Texts

Another option Gauteng must consider is intermittent blocking. Dasoo says once the Eastern Cape reaches the summit, it should begin to take rapid preventive action at known hotspots to slow its curve. If we don't, Gautam Gambhir's intermittent blocking measures will be the only option left.    Show Source Texts

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Bonginkosi Madikizela David Maynier Department of Agriculture Ecd Forum Western Cape


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