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Dam levels are up, but rainfall is still below average

Recent rains have given a welcome boost to the dams supplying the city of Cape Town. Dams were 84,5% full as of...

Spier: A sustainable South African winery

CNN International recently visited Spier wine farm, one of the Cape’s oldest estates. Established on the banks of the Eerste River three centuries ago,...

Cape Town now allowed to directly export citrus to Japan

For the first season ever, Cape citrus growers can have their fruit destined for Japan inspected and loaded in their own provinces.

Cape Town to host first ever Agritech Africa in 2020

From the 17th to the 19th of June 2020, Cape Town will play host to the first ever Agritech Africa exhibition and...

Company’s Garden reclaims a piece of its history

The return of the first apple tree planted in the iconic Company’s Garden in the late 1650s is a remarkable story, made possible through...

Water restrictions to be lowered when dam levels reach 85%

Inundated by an avalanche of complaints, the city’s deputy mayor, Ian Neilson now wants water restrictions gradually lowered, but knows very well that the...

Cape Town dam levels looking positive

Things are starting to look up for Capetonians as water levels are looking positive for the drought-stricken city. Cape Town Magazine has reported that...

Shrink your water footprint with new widget

Wesgro, the official Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency for Cape Town and the Western Cape, has released a global first water saving tool...