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Cape Town Dam Levels, winter 2015

Water levels at the 6 major dams that supply the City of Cape Town are starting to look bleak. […]

War on water leaks

mayors and councillors should be at the fore front of the fight against water leakages […]

Cape Town water demand below peak level

The Department of Water Affairs has previously warned that the city’s available water will be fully utilised by 2019 due to growth in the population and the economy […]

Harvested Rainwater Harbors Pathogens

South Africa has been financing domestic rainwater harvesting tanks in informal low-income settlements and rural areas in five of that nation’s nine provinces […]

All new buildings to have rainwater harvesting systems – Ireland

ALL new buildings including houses, apartments, offices and schools will be obliged to install rainwater harvesting systems to reduce consumption and help drive down utility bills. […]

The hidden cost of water cuts

“We were without water for 12 days except for early in the morning most days, […]

Rich paying too little for water, says WWF

The rich are, for the volumes they’re consuming, paying relatively little for very reliable drinking quality water […]

KZN lakes hit by water demands, drought

Durban – Two of South Africa’s largest lakes – Sibaya and St Lucia – are being hammered by a combination of drought and the growing water demands of the timber industry and local people.

This is the warning from scientists attending the national Groundwater Conference in Durban.

They say the surface level of Lake Sibaya, […]

SA must do more to look after water, says WWF

South Africans need to do more to conserve water resources as the country will feel the impact of water usage, particularly as climate change and poor management affect supplies of drinking water, an environmental organisation has warned.

“South Africa is going to feel the effects of climate change first through water resources. We have to […]

Consumers are paying too little for water

A stiff increase in the price of water might soon be imposed to fund a backlog in the maintenance of the water-supply infrastructure. […]