Welcome to the Western Cape Provincial Parliament

The Western Cape Provincial Parliament (WCPP) is one of the nine provincial legislatures in South Africa.

Based in Cape Town, the WCPP is constitutionally mandated to pass legislation, provide a forum for public debate, involve the public in the law-making process, and oversee the activities of the provincial executive.

The WCPP consists of 42 Members, elected every five years on a proportional representation system. The Premier and members of the provincial Cabinet are appointed from these Members.

This website contains information about the role and function of the WCPP, news, parliamentary activities including sitting and standing committee meetings, Members of the Provincial Parliament (MPP), legislation, publications, career opportunities, etc.

Please feel free to browse the site. Should you be unable to find what you are looking for, please contact the Webmaster.

 

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  • The Public Service Commission (PSC) will present the report of its investigation into the Western Cape South African Police Service (SAPS) personnel practices and shortages to the Western Cape Pro

  • The Standing Committee on Transport and Public Works invites stakeholders and interested persons and organisations to attend public hearings and to submit written submissions on the National Land

  • The Western Cape Provincial Parliament’s Standing Committee on Environmental Affairs and Development Planning invites stakeholders and interested persons and organisations to attend public hearing

  • Speaker Sharna Fernandez will host an Integrity and Ethics Dialogue at the Western Cape Provincial Parliament on Saturday, 21 July 2018 at 14:00.

  • The Western Cape Provincial Parliament’s Standing Committee on Education will conduct public hearings on the Western Cape School Education Amendment Bill [B1-2018] as part of its constitutional re

Welcome From Speaker

Welcome and thank you for taking the time to visit our website. I am Sharna Fernandez, the elected Speaker of the 5th Parliament of the Western Cape.

 

 

 

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