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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...

Cape Town’s first desalination plant comes on line

Cape Town’s first temporary desalination plant came on line on 22 May 2018 in Strandfontein‚ where three million litres a day are currently pumped...

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...

De Lille calls for 26.9% increase in water tariffs

Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille proposed a water tariff hike of 26.9% across the city, for the 2018/2019 financial year. Presenting the City of...

WC ag to lose R5.9 billion in 2017/2018

The drought in the Western Cape has been widely covered by the media, with a strong focus on the possibility that Cape Town is...

Day Zero tips

Saving water has become a necessity in our country because of the drought that we are facing. Although this is a very serious issue...

Day Zero delayed until July 2018

Day Zero has been delayed until 7 July 2018, according to the latest data made available on the Day Zero Dashboard on www.capetown.gov.za. According...

Day Zero moves further into the future

The words drought, water crisis and water scarcity have been regular guests in news stories over the past months. With a lot of focus...

Day Zero only paints half the picture

South Africa is in the grips of a water shortage that is reaching a critical stage. Although much is said about the looming Day...