Violence in our society is often the symptom of deeper social problems. Together, we need to stand up against violence especially against women and children. Continue reading
All Western Cape Government officials. The session covers new training content for 2019. Those who have attended fraud awareness sessions before are also welcome to attend this one. (new change) Continue reading
Treasury hosted its third men’s day in November to highlight how lifestyle choices affect men in their daily lives.
Roughly 100 men attended men’s day even eager to learn how to be happy and healthy, a presentation done by ICAS to encourage men to make healthy lifestyle choices in order to have a happier life. Continue reading
A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) was created in 2014 that acts as a guide for management and key personnel in the event of a disaster to communicate to staff and advise on action plans.
In the event of a disaster, the HOD will inform the TMM using a WhatsApp group (also known as a BCP Call Tree) thereafter filtering the message through to their direct reports, following a waterfall approach until all staff has been notified.
PT’s Business Continuity Plan can be activated due to: Communication Loss | Power Outage | Bomb Threat | Terrorist Attack | Fire | Flood | Earthquake | Storm | Pandemic | Vandalism | Industrial action | Drought.
The potjie challenge is all about team building and having fun. Each team was asked to nominated a leader who liaised with the facilitator and worked with his/her team. Continue reading
Loyalty and commitment was celebrated at the PT Connect and Long Service Awards by giving recognition to staff who reached the 10, 20 and 30 years’ service milestone during 2019. Continue reading
The Provincial Treasury came second in the Provincial Ethics category and a silver certificate and trophy was accepted by PT’s HOD, David Savage on behalf of the department and all staff who contributed to the ethical work environment. Continue reading