On Thursday, 4 August 2022, the Western Cape Minister of Agriculture, Dr Ivan Meyer, officially opened the Western Cape Department
Western Cape Department of Agriculture
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Dr Ivan Meyer
Minister of Agriculture
Tel: +27 21 483 3531
Fax: +27 21 483 3892
Ministry of Agriculture
Private Bag X9179
M-1, Mezzanine Floor
7 Wale Street
Cape Town 8001
Spokesperson for Minister Ivan Meyer
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The Western Cape Department of Agriculture is primarily responsible for the promotion of agriculture in all its rich diversity in the Western Cape. It provides a wide range of development, research and support services to the agricultural community in the Western Cape.
The department’s headquarters are situated on the historic farm, Elsenburg, in the picturesque Boland region. We also render services to new and commercial farmers and agri workers from our regional research farms, Further Education and Training Centres, extension offices and state veterinary offices.
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In his State of the Nation Address in June 2009, President Jacob Zuma emphasized the need to promote a government that is responsive, interactive and effective. As head of government he would take the lead, he said. In September 2009, he established the Presidential Hotline, a service for members of the public to raise their concerns about the service they are receiving from government departments and agencies.
The Presidential Hotline contributes to the National Development Plan, enabling the realization of a developmental, capable and ethical state that treats citizens in dignity. Weak systems of managing complaints, and inadequate resolutions, posed a risk to the building of trust between citizens and government.
The Presidential Hotline strives to be a model for responsive and accountable complaints systems. Within its first year of operation 75 873 valid complaints and enquiries were logged. After four year the number of complaints and enquiries received via the call centre as well as via emails and letters has reached 179 326.
To send a message to the Presidential Hotline, Click here
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