#WaterRestrictions

 
Day Zero: Lessons for cities in Global South
Day Zero: Lessons for cities in Global South
Gina Ziervogel and Leonie Joubert, authors of Day Zero: One City’s Response to a Record-Breaking Drought, argue that for an unequal and...
Water supply is restored to some, the rest have to forage for theirs
Water supply is restored to some, the rest have to forage for theirs
A month after heavy storms tore through KwaZulu-Natal, Paddy Harper and Delwyn Verasamy visited the southernmost part of the province, where...
Here are the City of Cape Town's guidelines for Level 3 water usage
Here are the City of Cape Town's guidelines for Level 3 water usage
The City of Cape Town is expected to lower water restrictions from Level 5 to Level 3 from December 1, it has announced.
Crisis proofing South Africa’s water security
Crisis proofing South Africa’s water security
South Africa is often referred to as the 30th...
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...
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...
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...
​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....
The urgent need for a water infrastructure investment initiative
The urgent need for a water infrastructure investment initiative
By virtue of its pivotal role in the socioeconomic landscape, the South African water sector is a space that has been dominated by large infrastructure projects and investments. Given the opportunities and challenges that the water sector needs to respond to, it is vital to stimulate a...
Ministerial address: Minister of Water and Sanitation Nomvula Mokonyane
Ministerial address: Minister of Water and Sanitation Nomvula Mokonyane
In her opening remarks the minister advised the delegates that, together with 192 other countries, South Africa has committed itself to the...
Carpe Diem: Time to design a new water future
Carpe Diem: Time to design a new water future
I wrote this during the 2017 International Water Association development congress in Argentina, where 2 000 delegates from 30 countries...

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