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The North West MEC for Economic Development, Environment, Conservation, and Tourism, Ms Kenetswe Mosenogi will address a business seminar scheduled to take place at the Rustenburg Civic Centre on 28 and 29 October 2021.

The two-day seminar is intended to be an outreach initiative towards economic empowerment of small businesses with an added focus on the business regulatory framework.

The seminar is part of the resolutions taken during the youth month celebrations earlier this year, wherein the department in collaboration with Development Financial Institutions (DFI’s) held an inaugural youth webinar with the purpose of creating awareness about products and offerings of the department and DFI’s operating in the province.

The seminar is regarded as a valuable platform to respond to challenges raised by small businesses in growing and sustaining their business to create employment within the areas of operation.  Considering the latest unemployment figures underlined by the fact that a lot still needs to be done to step up existing efforts to create opportunities that bring more people into the economy, especially enterprises owned by young people.

MEC Mosenogi describes the seminar as a platform that enables government and its agencies to review measures in place to assist small businesses and cooperatives operating in the province, and where necessary reinforce initiatives that have proven to be unviable or not cost-effective. “Our financial and non-financial support to the enterprises have proven to be impactful. We are resolute to continue in investing in an economy that is productive for businesses who are prepared to take advantage of the opportunities presented by the Fourth Industrial Revolution.”, said MEC.

The seminar will be held as follows:

Date:                      28– 29 October 2021
Time:                      09h00
Venue:                   Rustenburg Civic Centre

The participating SMME’s will be from Tourism, Environment, Agriculture Manufacturing, and other active sectors. Amongst other issues that will be discussed, will be financial and non-financial support offered by Developmental Financial Institutions (DFIs) inclusive of Productivity SA and regulatory matters that negatively impact on daily operations of small businesses like municipal by-laws, grading of tourism establishments and regulatory requirements in terms of various legislations.

The department, in collaboration with its entities, will be hosting the Business and Regulatory Seminar.

The NWDC will be in attendance on both days and will be presenting our support services.

DEDECT MEC, Kenetswe Mosenogi


The Vooma Vaccination Weekend Drives continues this weekend with North West MECs leading the campaigns in different areas.

From Friday, 22 October to Sunday, 24 October, North West MECs will be visible in communities, supporting the drive.

Visit your nearest vaccination site and get vaccinated today, to protect yourself and those around you.

See the image below for Vooma Vaccination sites.

With Vooma Vaccination Weekend Drive, the DOH is bringing Covid-19 vaccines closer to our people

#vaccine #vaccination21 #nwpg #letsgrownorthwesttogether

A message from the North West Department of Health

 


Make the most of the North West Province’s rich natural heritage during Park Mahala Week, now on!

North West Park Mahala Week runs from 17 to 24 October 2021.

The means you will enjoy free entry into the North West’s Provincial Parks which include:

  • Barberspan Bird Sanctuary
  • Bloemhof Dam Nature Reserve
  • Borakalalo Game Reserve
  • Boskop Dam Nature Reserve
  • Botsalano Game Reserve
  • Kgaswane Mountain Reserve
  • Madikwe Game Reserve
  • Mafikeng Game Reserve
  • Molemane Eye Nature Reserve
  • Molopo Game Reserve
  • Pilanesberg National Park
  • S.A. Lombard Nature Reserve
  • Vaalkop Dam Nature Reserve
  • Wolwespruit Nature Reserve

Round up family and friends, enjoy October’s beautiful weather and visit one, or more, of our lovely parks.

Kindly note that the exclusive  Madikwe Game Reserve is excluded from the Park Mahala Week.


The digital SA Vaccination Certificate system is now accessible to the individuals who have received the COVID-19 Vaccine in South Africa.

Before you start you will need to have the following with you:

  • Your RSA ID Number or Foreign Passport nr or Asylum or Refugee number. (Should be the same ID number you presented when you got vaccinated )
  • The cell phone with the number you included on your registration.
  • Your vaccination code from the sms you received after being fully vaccinatedGet your e-certificate at https://vaccine.certificate.health.gov.za/

 

Take note of the following:
You must enter all the required details correctly.

  • If one of the fields entered is wrong, the system will return an error message including “details not found”. You can contact the COVID-19 Public Hotline on 0800 029 999 for assistance.
  • The design of the Vaccination Certificate will be enhanced to ensure that it remains up to date with local and international standards
  • You will therefore have to download your updated vaccination certificate for it to remain valid
  • The Department of Health will advise on the availability of newer versions of the COVID-19 Vaccination certificate as it becomes available

It is the responsibility of a user to keep their COVID-19 vaccination certificate current by following the communication released by the NDoH.

A message from the Department of Health, highlighted by the NWDC


The NWDC, through its Research and Innovation unit, released their comprehensive Economic Data Report for Quarter 2 of the financial year 2021.22.

The second quarter entails the three-month period spanning 1 July to 30 September 2021.

The report looks at the global economy and the macroeconomy; before zooming into South Africa and the North West Province’s economy and its sectors.  The report also covers investment trends and trade.

The report is available for download here.

~ Feature photo by Lukas Blazek on Unsplash




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