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Alien plants suck up 30% of Cape’s water

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A milestone biodiversity report for South Africa, flagged the Western Cape as the most alien plant invaded province in the country. The South Africa Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) released the first comprehensive national-scale assessment of the status of biological invasions and their management anywhere in the world.

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Cape Town recognised for water saving efforts

The water-saving methods employed by the residents of the Mother City have payed off – Cape Town has been awarded a certificate by the International Water Association which acknowledges us as the first city in the world to reduce its water consumption by 50% in just three years.

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Growthpoint in landmark water supply deal

Growthpoint, the listed property company that was one of the early movers in Cape Town to embark on a desalination project to address the water crisis in the Mother City, has taken its first South African commercial property off the municipal water grid.

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