Saving water remains crucial: Zille

Western Cape Premier Helen Zille has warned that the water crisis is not over yet. Zille was speaking at a water conference underway in Cape Town. Various experts from the Southern Africa have gathered in Cape Town for a four day conference to discuss ways of co-operation in an ongoing[…]

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CT disaster management gears up for heavy downpours

As the City continues to fight the scourge of drought, Cape Town may have some relief with heavy downpours expected this week. The South African Weather Services has advised the City’s Disaster Risk Management Centre that cold conditions and heavy downpours can be expected over the next few days. Disaster[…]

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Cape Town may avoid Day Zero: Maimane

Cape Town may not see Day Zero – at least in 2018. That’s according to Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane, addressing media on Thursday afternoon on the current status of the drought in the Western Cape. “Each week, the water consumption steadily dropped, and we were able to push back[…]

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Gigaba’s R6bn drought relief too little too late: Zille

The R6-billion allocated by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba for drought relief and infrastructure is a drop in the ocean‚ Western Cape Premier Helen Zille said on Thursday. “Although R6-billion is a lot of money‚ divided between five provinces it will hardly touch sides if it is intended both for relief[…]

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