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The world’s taps are rapidly running dry
The world’s taps are rapidly running dry
The world has abundant fresh water but it is unevenly distributed and under increasing pressure, United Nations agencies say, as highlighted by the...
Parched areas get R6bn for aid and water infrastructure
Parched areas get R6bn for aid and water infrastructure
With severe drought conditions affecting large parts of the country and placing extreme strain on the supply of water for nearly four million...
I’m not a pilchard, I won’t live in a tin’
I’m not a pilchard, I won’t live in a tin’
Residents facing eviction from their Woodstock homes “have no right or entitlement” to be accommodated at a location of their choice, says the...
Liar liar: DA disrupts Gigaba budget speech after high court declares he lied
Liar liar: DA disrupts Gigaba budget speech after high court declares he lied
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has no right to deliver the budget speech because he lied under oath and violated the constitution, the Democratic...
National Treasury launches online budget data portal
National Treasury launches online budget data portal
In collaboration with Imali Yethu – a coalition of budget transparency and participation advocacy organisations – the National Treasury...
De Lille's bid for a secret ballot rests on the City Speaker
De Lille's bid for a secret ballot rests on the City Speaker
The decision to hold a motion of no confidence in Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille by secret ballot is up to the Speaker of the City of Cape...
De Lille flexes her support at secret ballot application
De Lille flexes her support at secret ballot application
Cape Town mayor Patricia De Lille arrived to ululating and loud cheers at the Western Cape high court on Tuesday where she is applying for the vote...
Day Zero pushed back to June, as drought declared a national disaster
Day Zero pushed back to June, as drought declared a national disaster
Day Zero for Capetonians has now been extended to June 4 from May 11, 2018.
For global water crisis, climate may be the last straw
For global water crisis, climate may be the last straw
Before man-made climate change kicked in – and well before "Day Zero" in Cape Town, where taps may run dry in early May – the global water...
NEC will finalise Zuma transition on Monday—
 Ramaphosa
NEC will finalise Zuma transition on Monday— Ramaphosa
ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa has confirmed that the ANC national executive committee (NEC) will make a final decision on President Jacob Zuma’s...
I’m alright, Jack — I’ve got a borehole
I’m alright, Jack — I’ve got a borehole
The approach of Day Zero has put Capetonians into panic mode and suburbia is getting distinctly nervous. Middle-class matrons battle each other for...
Water crisis: Look to SA’s renewable energy programme for solutions
Water crisis: Look to SA’s renewable energy programme for solutions
In seeking solutions for the current water crisis, Cape Town and other drought-prone areas should learn from the experiences of South Africa’s...

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