Thursday in Cape Town has been cold and wet as the country braces for a “bitter” cold front over the weekend. The South African Weather Service warned Friday will be another day of cold conditions, strong winds and heavy rains. For any Weather related emergencies residents are advised to call the City’s Public Emergency Centre […]
By adopting some cost free electricity saving habits, such as turning off your geyser, you could significantly reduce your electricity bill this winter. For many households, winter is usually an expensive time of the year when it comes to electricity costs. Most households tend to spend more on electricity during winter, but there are many […]
BOA assisted in a Bush Clean up initiated by Bernard Schafer (CPF) and Camps Bay High School. Seen here are Di Boynton and Natalie Oakley pouring a much needed refreshment for the students.
Cape Town’s residents hold the key to helping the City beat the scourge of sewer system misuse. Operations to remove inappropriate materials from the sewer system, which causes blockages and overflows, are carried out on a daily basis and cost approximately R170 million per year to address. Materials such as ovens, sheep heads, garden chairs, […]
View the current season’s rainfall in Cape Town on this interactive map. http://www.csag.uct.ac.za/current-seasons-rainfall-in-cape-town/
We are very proud to announce that our temporary desalination plant in Strandfontein is now delivering high-quality, treated desalinated water into our supply system. This plant is injecting 4,7 million litres per day into the reticulation system and is being delivered to customers. It is foreseen that full production of 7 million litres will come […]
In the midst of a water crisis, citizens of Cape Town are being subjected to stringent water restrictions, yet developers continue to build unsustainable buildings that are not even required to have grey water systems. This needs to end now. We need a by‐law that requires all new developments to have grey water systems. Please […]