Cape Town, contending with the worst drought on record, has pushed out the estimated date on which it may have to turn off water supplies to residents by more than four weeks to May 11, as use by f
DA leader Mmusi Maimane announced on Tuesday that "day zero" — the day the taps are turned off — for the drought-stricken City of Cape Town has been pushed back to April 16.
SA’s spirit of ubuntu remains intact with 88% of people still giving in spite of tough economic times.
A proposed by-law introduces the threat of imprisonment‚ cracks down on borehole use and rogue plumbers‚ makes swimming pool covers mandatory and compels section title schemes to blow the whistle o
The Competition Commission’s health-market inquiry has cast the spotlight on the role that private hospitals play in driving up healthcare costs, saying they are responsible for a significant porti
Rome — Cash handouts are the best way to support smallholder farmers struggling due to drought, but for farmers experiencing wetter weather, agricultural inputs such as fertilisers and pesticides h
The bill providing for the implementation of a tax on sugary beverages — the health promotion levy — was passed by the National Assembly on Tuesday.
Report says that community representatives insisted at every public hearing held by the panel in a mining area that they had seen no benefit from mining
The City of Cape Town has attributed the drop in dam levels in the past week partly to hot weather and winds.
In what amounts to a significant policy shift, Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane has announced a water conference to be held at the end of November at which the private sector would b
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