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The City of Cape Town's Guidelines For Level 3 Water Usage

Category Water Crisis Western Cape

The City of Cape Town is expected to lower water restrictions from Level 5 to Level 3 from December 1, it has announced.

City Of Cape Town Relaxes Water Restrictions And Cut Tariffs

Category Water Crisis Western Cape

After enduring a drought described as the worst in the century, dam levels in the province have now risen to 74%, compared to just 37% this time last year.

Water Restrictions & Tariffs Relaxed By City Of Cape Town – Level 5

Category Water Crisis Western Cape

The City of Cape Town has made the move to relax current water restrictions from Level 6B to Level 5 from October 1, Deputy Mayor Ian Neilson announced.

Newsflash - Council Approves Amendments To Water By-Law

Category Water Crisis Western Cape

This is a MUST read for anyone who owns property that falls within the City of Cape Town! Council met on 31 May 2018 and voted in favour of certain far reac

Cape Town Water Crisis - Aerial Surveys Will Be Conducted To Locate Additional Water Sources

Category Water Crisis Western Cape

Cape Town - As part of the City’s efforts to find additional water, a City contractor, Umvoto Africa, will conduct surveys to confirm prime locations where the

City Of Cape Town's Planned Increases For Water, Sanitation, Electricity & Rates

Category Water Crisis Western Cape

The introduction of fixed charges for water and electricity and a hefty increase in water and sanitation tariffs are some of the proposals for the next year in

Cape Town's Day Zero Horizon Moves Towards November

Category Water Crisis Western Cape

Residents in Cape Town will probably not see Day Zero this year if they continue to use 50 litres of water a day‚ but that puts the next Day Zero target in the

Higher Water Bills For Cape Town Residents Due To Technical Challenges

Category Water Crisis Western Cape

Just when we thought we were safe because Day Zero has been pushed back. Think again, a warning has been issued to residents of the Cape by the City about hefti

What You need To Know About Boreholes - To Avoid Unpleasant Penalties

Category Water Crisis Western Cape

Putting in a borehole on a property is often an attractive option for owners as it provides a convenient and cost-effective source of water. But before drilling

Cape Town Water Crises – How Landlords & Tenants Should Work Together – Responsibilities Of Each Par

Category Water Crisis Western Cape

Marlon Shevelew, Director of Marlon Shevelew and Associates Inc., a Cape Town Law firm specialising in rental property, contractual, consumer and company law wr

 

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