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Tag: Western Cape

Cape makes moves to leave load shedding in the past

The Western Cape has promised its residents that it will eliminate load shedding, and has already assisted 24 local municipalities and the City of Cape Town in their small-scale embedded generation...

Western Cape government wants to introduce a minimum unit price for alcohol

The provincial government has proposed significant changes to the Western Cape Liquor Act. Premier Alan Winde announced this during a special address in the Western Cape Legislature on Thursday, October 22. The changes proposed...

No tin, aluminium or diamonds here – just stainless steel!

Ten year anniversaries are usually celebrated with either tin, aluminium, or diamonds, but in Fastenright’s case, it has to be stainless steel. They have built their business to become the leading...

‘Disruptive snowfall’ expected to hit the Western Cape this week

The South African Weather Services says South Africa will experience cold temperatures and snow in some Provinces in the coming days. Three provinces are expected to encounter the snowfall which has been...

Theewaterskloof Dam overflowing for the first time in a decade

It is a sight for sore eyes to see a Theewaterskloof Dam, which was once near dry, overflowing with water. The dam is the Western Cape’s largest source of water and...


Days found to be slightly shorter than 24 hours

Scientists have made an interesting discovery – time passes much quicker now than it has at any other point in the last half-century. Since...