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Western Cape Government Employee Review

Fun place to work

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21 October 2019
All the different departments ranging from content creation, social media and the top management you will find a bunch of hard-working and committed people. Everyone is a family and treated the same.
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Family time, no working on weekends, best when it comes to family commitments
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