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15 Government Blvrd

Government Blvrd

Mbombela

1200

Mpumalanga

South Africa

-25.440695

30.96727

Main St

Main St

Mount Frere

5090

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-30.89803

28.98222

Reitz St

Old Post Office Bldg

Reitz St

Kroonstad

9500

Free State

South Africa

42 Courtenay St

Rentzburg Crt

Courtenay St

George

6530

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.957448

22.464261

316 Thabo Sehume St

28 Salu Bldg Cnr Francis Baard St

Thabo Sehume St

Pretoria

0001

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.749718

28.191174

Minnaar St

Minnaar St

Bela Bela

0481

Limpopo

South Africa

-24.89012

28.29852

Moshoeshoe Rd

Ellen Goborone Bldg

Moshoeshoe Rd

Bloemfontein

9309

Free State

South Africa

6 Van Riebeeck St

Van Riebeeck St

Trompsburg

9913

Free State

South Africa

-30.033398

25.777909

12A Rhodes St

Rhodes St

Douglas

8730

Northern Cape

South Africa

-29.055648

23.775845

Old Durban Rd

Old Durban Rd

Heidelberg

1439

Gauteng

South Africa

Loskop

Middelburg

1055

Mpumalanga

South Africa

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Mamohalo Public

Lebowakgomo

0737

Limpopo

South Africa

KFC Road

Stand 1060

Taung

8580

North West

South Africa

-27.547801

24.767153

A326 Mpuluzi Area

Ermelo

2350

Mpumalanga

South Africa

R37 Road

R37 Road

Atok

0749

Limpopo

South Africa

Momoletjie

Semenya Village

Momoletjie

Koloti

0709

Limpopo

South Africa

Government Departments

There are a number of different government departments responsible for different areas of focus. Find the right government department for your needs with Yellow Pages.

The government is only as strong as each government department that makes it whole. Each department is like a piece of a massive puzzle, each holding the responsibility of a certain sector to ensure it runs optimally. In South Africa, we have a large amount of different government departments, and we can contact them at any time to find out more about their work, to enquire about service delivery and also to complain when our needs as tax payers are not being met. Ultimately, tax payers are keeping government departments in employment and paying their salaries, so it’s also up to us to ensure that they are meeting the demands of the community. These are the government departments that South Africans can look to for service delivery in our country. Each department will have its own contact details and administration teams:
  • Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
  • Arts and Culture
  • Basic Education
  • Civilian Secretariat for Police
  • Communications
  • Cooperative Governance
  • Correctional Services
  • Defence
  • Economic Development
  • Energy
  • Environmental Affairs
  • Government Communication and Information System
  • Health
  • Higher Education and Training
  • Home Affairs
  • Human Settlements
  • Independent Police
  • International Relations and Cooperation
  • Justice and Constitutional Development
  • Labour
  • Military Veterans
  • Mineral Resources
  • Public Service and Administration
  • National Treasury
  • Office of the Chief Justice
  • Planning Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Public Enterprises
  • Public Service and Administration
  • Public Service Commission
  • Public Works
  • Rural Development and Land Reform
  • Science and Technology
  • Small Business Development
  • Social Development
  • SA Police Service
  • SA Revenue Service
  • State Security
  • Sport and Recreation South Africa
  • Statistics South Africa
  • Telecommunications and Postal Services
  • Tourism
  • Trade and Industry
  • Traditional Affairs
  • Transport
  • Water and Sanitation
  • Women
  • The Presidency
Search for the government department you need to contact by using the Yellow Pages local listings. Once you find the government department you are looking for, you can contact them directly for service.

Government Departments

There are a number of different government departments responsible for different areas of focus. Find the right government department for your needs with Yellow Pages.

The government is only as strong as each government department that makes it whole. Each department is like a piece of a massive puzzle, each holding the responsibility of a certain sector to ensure it runs optimally. In South Africa, we have a large amount of different government departments, and we can contact them at any time to find out more about their work, to enquire about service delivery and also to complain when our needs as tax payers are not being met. Ultimately, tax payers are keeping government departments in employment and paying their salaries, so it’s also up to us to ensure that they are meeting the demands of the community. These are the government departments that South Africans can look to for service delivery in our country. Each department will have its own contact details and administration teams:
  • Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
  • Arts and Culture
  • Basic Education
  • Civilian Secretariat for Police
  • Communications
  • Cooperative Governance
  • Correctional Services
  • Defence
  • Economic Development
  • Energy
  • Environmental Affairs
  • Government Communication and Information System
  • Health
  • Higher Education and Training
  • Home Affairs
  • Human Settlements
  • Independent Police
  • International Relations and Cooperation
  • Justice and Constitutional Development
  • Labour
  • Military Veterans
  • Mineral Resources
  • Public Service and Administration
  • National Treasury
  • Office of the Chief Justice
  • Planning Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Public Enterprises
  • Public Service and Administration
  • Public Service Commission
  • Public Works
  • Rural Development and Land Reform
  • Science and Technology
  • Small Business Development
  • Social Development
  • SA Police Service
  • SA Revenue Service
  • State Security
  • Sport and Recreation South Africa
  • Statistics South Africa
  • Telecommunications and Postal Services
  • Tourism
  • Trade and Industry
  • Traditional Affairs
  • Transport
  • Water and Sanitation
  • Women
  • The Presidency
Search for the government department you need to contact by using the Yellow Pages local listings. Once you find the government department you are looking for, you can contact them directly for service.
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