Removal of alien vegetation at Wemmershoek Dam will help City save water and stretch supply

From: City of Cape Town Date: 15 November 2017 Today I visited the Wemmershoek Dam to view the progress made on removing alien vegetation in the catchment area. Alien vegetation around the dam and in the catchment areas uses a huge amount of water and clearing this vegetation will assist the city to conserve water that would have otherwise been used by these trees. ...
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Wind, hot weather leads to decline in dam levels

From: City of Cape Town  - 13 November 2017 Dam storage levels are at 36.8%, with useable water at 26.8%. Collective water usage is 582 million litres, therefore 82 million litres above the required level of 500 million litres per day. Our dam levels have declined by 1% over the past week. This could be attributed to the high winds and hot weather which contributed to eva...
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Animal Communication – Relationship & Behaviour – 1 day workshop

Exploring the soulful nature of relationships with animals and how trusting heart to heart communication facilitates transformation. - Soul to soul learning - Unconditional listening - Sending clear messages - Communication in training - Mirroring - myself and my animals - Living in presence and connection You need to have completed a foundations workshop with me...
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City commissions project to bring additional drinking water online from springs and Molteno Reservoir

From: City of Cape Town The first water from the Oranjezicht Main Springs Chamber started flowing into the Molteno Reservoir today, 8 November 2017. This is part of the City of Cape Town’s ongoing Water Resilience Programme to increase the supply of drinking water. This project will see an additional two million litres per day of safe, clean drinking water added to the City’...
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Save Water – Stop Eating Meat!

To make a burger, first, you need 2498 litres of water ...   Our severe drought in the Western Cape has made a lot of us more aware of our 'water footprint', the amount of fresh water we use plus the amount used for the goods and services we consume every day.   The obvious contributors to our water footprint are washing, cooking and bathing. But the bigge...
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Notice of immediate implementation of water rationing across Cape Town

31 October 2017 The City of Cape Town has activated water rationing to forcibly lower water usage in line with water restrictions across the metro as phase 1 of its critical water shortages disaster plan. Water usage remains dangerously high above required levels. Rationing will lead to intermittent supply, likely during peak water consumption hours in the mornings and...
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Mayor De Lille visits desalination plant site at V&A Waterfront

Today I visited the site of one of the City of Cape Town’s modular land-based desalination plants. The plant will produce 2 million litres of water per day and this water will be fed into the City’s water distribution network by February 2018. Last week I made a commitment to communicate directly with all Capetonians about the City’s work to secure alternative water sources....
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Ard Matthews – Live at Cafe Roux, Noordhoek Farm Village.

Acoustic rock artist Ard Matthews needs very little introduction to our cafe Roux audience. The much-loved frontman of legendary SA rock band, Just Jinger, delivers a world-class solo acoustic performance every time he visits their little stage. 27th October 2017 More information This post is sponsored by Chas Everitt Cape Town South
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Halloween Links including Jamie Oliver’s Guide to Pumpkin Carving!

Seriously here it is! www.jamieoliver.com/news-and-features/features/ultimate-guide-to-pumpkin-new and yes there are more - it's spooky! Halloween Costumes for the Handicapped Halloween Countdown Halloween Crafts Halloween Dance Halloween Decoration Halloween eCards and Halloween History from Halloween.com Halloween jokes from Halloween.com This post is...
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