Day Zero pushed back to 9 July
City of Cape Town deputy mayor Ian Neilson confirmed this on Tuesday, saying that it was due to a 0.5% weekly drop in storage dam levels and lower consumption levels.
Cape Town British Consulate denies asking for water usage exemptions
British Consulate-General Edward Roman says it did not request 'Day Zero' exemptions and is in complete support of the City.
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SA Tourism CEO: Western Cape tourism is open for business despite water shortage
Sisa Ntshona says it is important to reassure 'customers' that the same levels of service will be available to them.
The Rocket just became the coolest lava lamp to have
Now, this is a lava lamp that could entertain us for even longer.
Don't miss the chance to have your say on motorist 'demerit' laws
AARTO Amendment Bill represents the biggest change in how road traffic offences are dealt with.
Ramaphosa gets Presidency off on the right foot
The President met with the people of Cape Town while on a 5 kilometre morning walk from Gugulethu to Athlone.
Fergie's national anthem rendition gone very wrong
Fergie from The Black Eyed Peas just could not get the national anthem right
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Preemies, underweight babies more likely to have low IQs
Researchers examined data from 71 previously published studies that included a total of 5,155 full-term babies and 7,752 of the most vulnerable preemies.
Fergie apologises for anthem performance at NBA All-Star game
Fergie has issued an apology after her rendition of the US national anthem at the NBA All-Star game on Sunday which was met with criticism.
'The tummy must fall': Ramaphosa encourages healthy living on morning walk
Early on Tuesday morning, he took a walk from the Gugulethu Sports Centre to the Athlone Stadium.
[OPINION] Proteas must revisit six batting strategy for Australia series
South Africa’s batting woes over the summer have been well documented, and Ottis Gibson and his coaching team may need to revisit their six batsmen strategy when their charges face Steve Smith’s fiery four-man pace attack.
Cape Town Open to contribute to saving water
The tournament itself has been moved from its usual course, the Royal Cape Golf Club to the King David Mowbray Golf Club, where the course is treated with effluent water.
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Smart Water Meter Challenge passes 100 school milestone
One hundred and ten schools saving 21 million litres of water which translates to a total saving of R1,1 million in just over three months.
Golden opportunity for SA start-ups
Entrepreneurs are invited to apply for the Venture Incubation Programme