CT water restrictions dropped to Level 5

Following months of questions about the state of the City’s dams, the City of Cape Town has announced plans to lower water restrictions and tariffs from Level 6B to Level 5 come October 1 this year. In a statement released on Monday morning, deputy executive mayor Ian Neilson said the[…]

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Thousands of residents in informal settlements impacted by adverse weather

Approximately 4 000 dwellings have been affected by adverse weather conditions following Sunday night’s heavy downpours. The City’s Disaster Risk Management Centre had confirmed that localised flooding had occurred in informal settlements across the metropole in Khayelitsha, Philippi and Macassar. Spokesperson Charlotte Powell said powerlines are down in Lansdowne, Gugulethu[…]

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CT residents brace for severe weather conditions

The City of Cape Town has issued a weather warning to residents with rainy conditions and possible snowfall expected over the coming days. The City’s Disaster Risk Management Centre’s spokesperson, Charlotte Powell, said the South African Weather Service had confirmed that an intense cold front is expected over the Western[…]

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