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Tag: Water

Why South Africans could be hit with huge water bills next year

The cost of water in South Africa could be set for a dramatic increase, as the Department of Water and Sanitation seek the necessary legal approval to hike-up what they can...

Cape Town’s dam levels almost at 82%

Dams supplying the Cape Town metro continue to benefit from low water consumption. As of Monday 2 September 2019, the dams supplying the Cape Town metro are almost 82% full (81.9%). Collective...

Two dams 100% full after ‘extraordinary’ Western Cape rainfall figures

Two dams in the Western Cape are at 100% capacity – the Berg River and Steenbras Upper dams. On Monday, the Berg River Dam in Franschhoek was 92.9% full but it started...

Stainless steels in the water industry – cost and quality benefits

This information is part of a four-hour presentation STAINLESS STEELS IN THE WATER INDUSTRY, put together by NDE’s technical team and approved by Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA), which is offered...

Cape dam levels near 60%

Locals can rejoice as the Cape’s dam levels continue to soar thanks to the much-appreciated rains of late, which are showing no sign of slowing down. As of Thursday, July 4 2019,...

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The electric cars are here. Now how about selling them

It only took a decade for traditional automakers to take electric cars seriously and offer more than a smattering of test-the-water models. Now comes the...

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