Over the next decade, the City of Cape Town has big plans to ensure that future droughts don’t result in the same panic as that which we saw a few years back.
When your municipality lets you down, you can riot, burn, and destroy, or you can come together to try and fix the problems yourselves.
Cape Town may have dodged a bullet for now, but other parts of the country have been brought to their knees.
We may have had a wet weekend here in Cape Town, but other parts of the country are being brought to their knees.
SA’s day zero looms. Kim / Trump summit. Cracks in Zuma support. Sala plane crash scrutiny. Saudi students disappear from US. Eskom’s adding errors cost billions. Mysterious Amazon whale. Chelsea keeper apologises. Oscars awkward moments.
For many Southern Suburb folk a splash in the Newlands Pool is a staple, but in case you haven’t popped past lately you should check this out.
The City of Cape Town is exploring just about every water option out there, and this new project seems to be bearing fruit. Just don’t go celebrating yet.
The finger pointing blame game is in full swing, and no one seems to want to step up and take responsibility for our mess. Here’s a little food for thought.
Tourist season is about to kick into fifth gear, and that means our hotels are going to be rammed. How much do really they care about the water shortage?
Aqueducts, desalination plants, machines that convert air to water – we’ve heard them all over the past few months. Get a load of this beaut from left field.
Another day, another reminder of the trouble that lies ahead. If you think the City has everything sorted you might be in for a nasty surprise.
A number of regions of the world are experiencing serious drought and water shortages, and it’s a scary reminder of how we need to pull our socks up.
The screws are being tightened, the City of Cape Town just approving level 2 water restrictions. Here’s what we’re in store for.
Teachers have a tough enough task without being forced to deal with awful facilities during the marking process. Do better KZN.
The next time you’re plunged into darkness at an inopportune moment be sure to enjoy a gulp of water. At least that way you’ll remember back in the day when we had it good.