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A study of Cape Town’s water consumption has found that rich households use drinking water for swimming pools
‘The country’s water problem can only be resolved if the ANC acknowledges that there is a problem,’ says water expert Prof Anthony Turton.
Level 1 restrictions set on Gauteng residents amid drops in dam levels.
The squabble between the two could see its day in court.
Cape Town and surrounds have been left sweltering under the fierce summer sun.
Another punishing week has accounted for more bad news regarding the Cape Town dams. The water levels may soon be a cause for concern.
This is how Cape Town will invest billions on water security, as the Mother City vows to make day zero fears a footnote of history.
There’s a good chance that day zero will say “I’ll be back” in 2020. So who better to lead the fight against drought than Arnold Schwarzenegger?
Have you ever seen anything like this? Residents of Beaufort West are running out of options as their water crisis intensifies.
The National Treasury and the National Disaster Management Centre have granted the Western Cape funds totalling R974 million, to be used in the implementation of water recovery programs and projects in the region.
City of Cape Town’s revenue chief, Trevor Blake, reveals the horror.
The ANC have given a generous donation to the DA-lead City of Cape Town, who must spend their millions on water infrastructure.
A huge milestone for the Mother City’s water supply, as the Cape Town dams continue to show steady improvement.
Nothing quite like the power of nature, is there? Two Cape Town dams – Berg River and Clanwilliam – have hit the 100% mark.
When Cape Town’s drought intensified, the owners of Eikenhof dam did what they could to help. On Monday, they got their reward.
There’s joy for locals as the Cape Town dams surge towards that magic 60% mark. That’s before Thursday’s rain has fallen, too.
It’s more good news for the Cape Town dams, as a little bit of rain has gone a long way this week.
The perfect storm? A wet and gloomy start to the week looks set to have a positive effect on the Cape’s dams.
The 0.1% decrease was to be expected, after weeks of dry and warm weather in the Cape.
Not what the Cape needed.