South African Govt, Private Sector to Partner on Water Plans?
Plans for a potential partnership with the private sector to create a short-term emergency water supply are making progress, the City of Cape Town has said.
Theewaterskloof Dam in drought-stricken Western Cape (file photo).
South Africa: Cape Town Dams 25.4 Percent Full
News24Wire, 10 July 2017
Despite an increase in water levels since June, the City of Cape Town says dam storage levels and usable water are still very low. The city said in a statement on Monday that dam… Read more »
South Africa: Cape Town - Don't Stop Saving Water
News24Wire, 8 July 2017
Despite cooler weather and some rain, the Mother City is still in the midst of a drought crisis and residents must keep saving water, the City of Cape Town said in a statement on… Read more »
It's World Environment Day and the Western Cape continues to battle severe drought. Residents can do their part by employing these water-saving tips to help ease the strain on ... Read more »
The Western Cape's Provincial Disaster Management Centre will lead Project "Avoiding Day Zero" to manage dwindling water supplies as the province faces its most severe drought ... Read more »