water conservation

City names and shames top 100 water consumers

On Monday the City of Cape Town released the City’s top 100 water consumers. In a bid to quell continued water wastage, the City named and shamed roads within the metro that reflected the highest water consumption. Surprising to many residents, three Cape Flats roads, Haywood Road in Crawford, Manenberg[…]

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Average dam levels up slightly – DWA

Average dam levels across the country have increased slightly and are up 0.6 percentage points compared to last year, the Department of Water and Sanitation said on Wednesday. The dam levels had risen to 55.56%, compared to 54.9% at the same time last year, spokesperson Mlimandlela Ndamase said. There was still[…]

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Water crisis nothing new for the Cape Town region

By Thakira Desai As Capetonians feel the effects of the drought that has severely impacted the northern parts of the country in recent months, many have heeded the call and have begun actively conserving water. Over the past weeks, residents have shared interesting methods to reducing the amounts of water[…]

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