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Tag: Water

High-lying Cape residents may be without water

The City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation Department will be undertaking the connection of the newly installed 500 mm diameter pipeline to the existing 500 mm diameter water main in...

Sea Rescue Institute issue summer water safety tips

The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) have issued a series of helpful tips for water safety over the summer holiday period. The NSRI introduced the Pink Buoy initiative in 2017 in response...

Western Cape dam levels sitting at 64%

Across the province the latest average dam level for the Western Cape is currently 64.1% (2018: 65.7%). Major dams supplying the City of Cape Town with water, see their levels stand at...

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...

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