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THE CAPE TOWN WATER CRISES IN FOCUS Despite the declining agricultural usage contributing significantly to the postponing of the day the taps run dry–from mid-April to mid-May–Cape Town’s water crisis continues
Announcing the postponement of the event popularly known as Day Zero in February, Deputy Mayor Ian Nielson, a professional Hydrological Engineer by trade with a Master’s
20 Mar 2018
NO ZERO DAY ZERO Water shortage to become the norm
South Africa is on the brink of a catastrophe. Despite what the politicians are saying we have reached Day Zero. Day Zero is a term used for political convenience to describe the
20 Mar 2018
FIRST GROUP IS READY FOR DAY ZERO Day Zero Preparation for Hospitality Properties
Cape Town’s looming Day Zero has not caught hospitality managing agent, First Group, off-guard. For the past 5 years, a ‘Going Green’ campaign to promote
08 Feb 2018
ROOIBOS IS TAKING CENTRE STAGE IN THE GLOBAL DRINKS MARKET Tea-lovers from around the world will be celebrating International Tea Day on the 15th of December
Next to water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world and can be enjoyed anywhere, anytime. In fact, on any given day around 2 billion people sip on the
11 Dec 2017
WATER SAVING PROJECT Flickswitch assists with school water saving project
The recently launched Smart Water Meter Challenge aims to install smart water meters at 270 schools in the drought-stricken Western Cape. Water savings at a single school during
27 Nov 2017
ECONOMIC AND WATER POVERTY From economic and water poverty to prosperity
We need to unlock more water resources and drive efficiency in our existing supplies to stimulate the economy and job growth. As our climate is changing and the main input into
20 Nov 2017 - D. S. A. W. R. C.
FIVE QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD BE ASKING YOURSELF Five questions you should be asking yourself as a water-savvy consumer when making purchasing decisions
In 2016, South Africa recorded its driest year ever. This led, unsurprisingly, to one of its most debilitating droughts. Although plentiful summer rains in much of the country
04 Sep 2017
DROUGHT IN CAPE TOWN: THE NEW NORMAL? At the 2015 C40 Cities Awards, held during the landmark COP21 climate negotiations in Paris, the City of Cape Town’s water management was recognised as the best climate adaptation project in the world among the competing cities
The programme includes raising public awareness and the promotion of water-use efficiency, the introduction of a ‘stepped’ water tariff designed to encourage water
29 Aug 2017
WATER CONSUMPTION Know your water consumption
The current water crisis within the Western Cape has caused every Capetonian to be extremely mindful of their daily water consumption. As a result, the Western Cape government has
21 Aug 2017
NEW PLAYER ENTERS SA WATER-HEATING INDUSTRY WITH HIGH-TECH ENERGY-EFFICIENT SOLUTIONS New Player Enters SA Water-Heating Industry With High-Tech Energy-Efficient Solutions
Hot water costs can account for 40-60% of users’ total electricity bill. The newest player in the highly competitive water-heating sector offers solutions for the
15 Jun 2017




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