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Cape Town's map of water usage has residents seeing red
Cape Town's map of water usage has residents seeing red
The latest weapon in Cape Town’s water saving arsenal is a map that exposes private meter readings to public scrutiny. The initiative has been...
'DA pays Tony Leon R500 000 to tell Capetonians it's not raining'— Cosatu
'DA pays Tony Leon R500 000 to tell Capetonians it's not raining'— Cosatu
While the ANC steals outside the legal framework, the DA "thieves" in the City of Cape Town steal within the legal framework, the Congress of South...
Climate change demands that we must adapt
Climate change demands that we must adapt
After many years of speculation about climate change, it is a reality and something we cannot ignore any longer. It is wreaking havoc, as evidenced...
Only 19.7% of usable water left in Cape dams as Day Zero looms
Only 19.7% of usable water left in Cape dams as Day Zero looms
Dam levels in Cape Town have dropped and with many Capetonians still using more than the restricted limit of water, Mayor Patricia de Lille...
More people went hungry in Africa in 2017, but new initiatives also bore fruit
More people went hungry in Africa in 2017, but new initiatives also bore fruit
The number of people experiencing food insecurity in Africa rose from 220-million...
Only half of Cape Town is putting 'efforts into saving water'— De Lille
Only half of Cape Town is putting 'efforts into saving water'— De Lille
Only half of drought-stricken Cape Town is saving water, the City of Cape Town revealed on Monday as it appealed to residents to get on board and...
How Cape Town can win support for the next round of water cuts?
How Cape Town can win support for the next round of water cuts?
Dams in South Africa’s Cape Town are half of what they were this time last...
The causes of Somalia's conflict and famine are bad governance, not climate change
The causes of Somalia's conflict and famine are bad governance, not climate change
The link between climate change and violent conflict is a complex one. In
Editorial: The politics of drought
Editorial: The politics of drought
The Western Cape will have used all its water by the end of August. The cold fronts that keep the province in water haven’t arrived. It will be...
Drought-stricken Western Cape declared disaster zone
Drought-stricken Western Cape declared disaster zone
The Western Cape government has declared the entire province a disaster zone in order to deal with the ongoing drought, MEC Alan Winde said on...
Public praise drives water-wise behaviour: A lesson for city managers
Public praise drives water-wise behaviour: A lesson for city managers
Applauding people publicly for their successful efforts to reduce water use at home may be an effective means of driving water-wise behaviour...

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