water crisis

 
Day Zero pushed back to July 9
Day Zero pushed back to July 9
The City of Cape Town’s dreaded Day Zero has been pushed to July 9 instead of the scheduled date of June 4, the Democratic Alliance has announced, despite the city not meeting water conservation targets....
South Africa does not need the help of Israel to solve our drought
South Africa does not need the help of Israel to solve our drought
A number of articles have been written by Zionists telling Capetonians they would have water had they taken help from Israel. An editorial in the Jerusalem Post earlier this week says...
Only fools     pray for rain, they say
Only fools pray for rain, they say
A Facebook post I happened to scroll past in January aroused my convictions that even if it takes millenia, there will come a time when science...
Ancient water could solve modern crisis in Cape Town
Ancient water could solve modern crisis in Cape Town
A leper who once lived on Table Mountain was tasked by colonial settlers with keeping open the sluices, built by the Dutch East India Company in...
Move over Mmusi – national government’s taking over
Move over Mmusi – national government’s taking over
Minister of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) Des van Rooyen has just announced that the management of the drought currently...
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...
As Cape Town drought bites, what is 'Day Zero'?
As Cape Town drought bites, what is 'Day Zero'?
Cape Town is in the grip of a catastrophic three-year-long drought as winter rains have repeatedly failed causing dam levels to drop to dangerously...
Van Rooyen slams WC provincial government for slow spending on drought relief
Van Rooyen slams WC provincial government for slow spending on drought relief
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Minister Des van Rooyen has criticised the Western Cape provincial government for its slow...
[Video]Pimples: Zille's Rampage
[Video]Pimples: Zille's Rampage
WC Premier Helen Zille: The mistress of tweeting and the wielder of the great 'Brought to you by colonialism'. Sip of your own water Zille?
[Video]Cape water crisis
[Video]Cape water crisis
Day Zero: Farms take a hit from the Cape water crisis.
Cape’s water crisis to have ripple effect
Cape’s water crisis to have ripple effect
Cape Town without water could have a calamitous effect on South Africa’s economy, economists and water experts say.

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