|Constitution of the Western Cape, 1997||Act No. 1, 1998|
(1) When the Western Cape government contracts for goods or services, it must do so in accordance with a system which is fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost-effective.
(2) Subsection (1) does not prevent the Western Cape government, within a framework of national legislation, from implementing a procurement policy providing for—
(a) categories of preference in the allocation of contracts; and
(b) the protection or advancement of persons, or categories of persons, disadvantaged by unfair discrimination.
63. The Western Cape government may raise loans for capital or current expenditure, in accordance with conditions determined by national legislation, but loans for current expenditure—
(a) may be raised only when necessary for bridging purposes during a fiscal year; and
(b) must be repaid within 12 months.
(1) The Western Cape government may guarantee a loan in accordance with conditions determined in national legislation only.
(2) The Western Cape government must publish a report annually on the guarantees it has granted.
65. Provincial legislation must provide for—
(a) a register of provincial assets; and
(b) the registration of assets in that register.
Policing functions of Western Cape government
(1) The Western Cape government is entitled—
(a) to monitor police conduct;
(b) to assess the effectiveness of visible policing;
(c) to oversee the effectiveness and efficiency of the police service, including receiving reports on the police service;
(d) to promote good relations between the police and the community; and
(e) to liaise with the national Cabinet member responsible for policing with respect to crime and policing in the Western Cape.