Pretoria — The City of Cape Town has called on residents to bring down their water use as the drought crisis continues.

Cape Town — Western Cape Premier Helen Zille has officially declared the province a disaster area in response to the most crippling drought to hit the province in over a century.

Johannesburg - Water use in Cape Town must be brought down by 100 million litres per day immediately, the City of Cape Town said in a statement on Monday.

Morogoro — A senior government official has said poor management of rural water projects.

The total Jalyukta Shivar works completed are 3,35,725 and of the 25,000 drought-hit villages, 11,494 have become drought-free. The state has 40,913 villages


Proposed law on Ganga will not be enacted ‘in a hurry’, draft not complete: Uma Bharati.

On the occasion of its first anniversary, iNaturewatch Foundation, an environment organisation, will survey societies who can register with them for a green audit.

Armed with a hoe and Wellington boots, George Wandera planted bamboo seedlings in neatly dug holes along the banks of a stream on his farm that feeds a nearby lake in western Kenya.

Water and Irrigation Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa speaking during the signing and launch of the Kenyan Chapter of Billion Dollar Business Alliance(BDBA) at World Agroforestry Centre in Nairobi