JOHANNESBURG - Law enforcement authorities are on high alert to deal with land invasions, Gauteng Premier David Makhura said on Tuesday.
Cape Town - The Western Cape's water woes have proved to be an unexpected opportunity for University of Cape Town (UCT) Civil Engineering graduate Tinashe Chipako to show off his research project
Cape Town - With less than 10% of Cape Town’s more than 4 million inhabitants using non-motorised transport, the City has already spent R158million on the construction of cycle lanes and pedestrian
It's the hub of South Africa’s economy, but the Gauteng-City region is fast “reaching the limits of existing water supply solutions”.
Durban - Bringing home a healthy baby should be a joyous occasion, but recently it has become stressful for mothers who have left hospital without their newborns getting the all-important Bacillus
The South African government is looking into fracking to reduce the country’s huge reliance on coal for energy.
Johannesburg - The Portfolio Committee on Water in Parliament has resolved that threats by the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) to cut off water supplies to defaulting municipalities are no
As the City of Cape Town’s water officials work tirelessly to avoid Day Zero, the Westin Cape Town, a hotel on the Cape Town International Convention Centre precinct, is 100% committed to the cause
Regattas and other marina-related events planned for this weekend could be cancelled depending on the severity of an oil spill – and progress in its clean-up – on Thursday.
Durban - The eThekwini executive committee approved a R30million emergency fund for the 2017/18 financial year to repair infrastructural damage caused by last month’s storm which battered the provi
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