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Call to decolonise water laws
Call to decolonise water laws
The most precious commodity in farming is water, but the law still largely favours large-scale farmers, the majority of whom are white, to the...
Mboweni targets water crisis
Mboweni targets water crisis
Quoting people from Dickens to Isaiah, newly entrenched Finance Minister Tito Mboweni positioned himself as the purveyor of righteousness and enemy...
Millionaire golf estate sucks water
Millionaire golf estate sucks water
A vacant plot at the Blair Atholl Golf & Equestrian Estate starts at R1.5-million. A four-bedroom home goes for R20-million. The estate, north of...
Energy Efficiency and carbon management
Energy Efficiency and carbon management
Geysers are one of those things that every home needs, but that every homeowner loathes because of the amount of energy they use. Their design has...
Water Efficiency and Management
Water Efficiency and Management
For big companies, helping to preserve the environment is not just something that looks and feels good, but is also something critical to the...
Editorial: Water is a right in SA in name only
Editorial: Water is a right in SA in name only
Twenty million South Africans don’t have reliable access to clean water. Twenty million. That’s a third of the population. And it’s a...
20-million in SA denied clean water
20-million in SA denied clean water
Saturday morning, 10am. It’s really cold in Johannesburg. I’m sitting at a heavy, wooden table. Neat piles of paperwork cover the one half. The...
City of Cape Town requests relaxation of water restrictions
City of Cape Town requests relaxation of water restrictions
The City of Cape Town has asked the national department of water and sanitation to marginally relax water restrictions for Capetonians after dam...
Eastern Cape towns to start 'water shedding' as dam empties
Eastern Cape towns to start 'water shedding' as dam empties
Water will be cut off in the towns of Hankey and Patensie in the Eastern Cape from Monday and only switched on again for short periods to stretch...
Washing water clean with waste ash from coal
Washing water clean with waste ash from coal
South Africa’s economy and the employment of its citizens rely heavily on the mining sector and the country’s abundance of mineral resources....
The ideal partner in multiple use water services
The ideal partner in multiple use water services
For the Water Research Commission (WRC) to operationalise their project on multiple water resource usage, they require a funding partner. To this...
​Day Zero pushed back from April 16 to May 11
​Day Zero pushed back from April 16 to May 11
Day Zero has been pushed back until May 11 because farmers in the province have used up their allocated supply, and this is expected to significantly reduce usage, the city of Cape Town said on Monday....

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