Wellington - New Zealand has sweltered through its hottest summer on record and can expect more of the same if climate change continues unabated, the government's scientific agency said on Tuesday.
Cape Town - The latest average level, for dams across the Western Cape, is 20.83% - compared to 30.09% for the same time last year - MEC for Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development
Abidjan - The West African state of Ivory Coast on Monday said it was earmarking $7.07bn in infrastructure spending over the next five years, especially in transport.
The world has made tremendous progress in bridging the gap between water supply and demand. But there’s a long way still to go.
Cape Town - The United States remains the biggest importer of trophy-hunted endangered animals in the world in spite of Donald Trump’s recent public comments overturning a decision by the US Depart
Cape Town - In the last two years, China has imported more than 80 live Asian elephants from across its border in Laos and almost 100 juvenile African elephants from Zimbabwe.
Moves to save water and boost supply by Cape Town businesses would help in the future, Cape Chamber of Commerce president Janine Myburgh said this week.
Maputo - Mozambique authorities on Wednesday introduced water rationing to more than a million residents in the capital Maputo due to a severe drought.
Cape Town – Joining Cape Town, Stellenbosch municipality is set to enforce Level 6B water restrictions from Monday, February 19, to help extend the availability of water in the region, Mayor Gesie
Cape Town - Shops cashing in on Cape Town's water panic by selling filtered municipal water without a licence will be targeted in the coming days, a city official said at a briefing on its #DayZero
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