CT's water use climbs again

CT’s water use climbs again

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The City is greatly concerned as Cape Town’s water usage nears 100 million litres over daily targets. The City is working via Council processes to implement more stringent Level 3 water restrictions. …
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23 hours agoCT’s water use climbs again
Cape fires: Caution urged

Cape fires: Caution urged

23 hours ago CM_Publisher
While firefighters have been run off their feet in recent weeks, there is concern that the very hot weather forecast for the next few days will exacerbate the situation. The City of Cape Town has urge…
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23 hours agoCape fires: Caution urged
How eight men got rich

How eight men got rich

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DAVOS 2017 / January 17, 2017 / From BizNews Oxfam: Tax-dodging helps these 8 rich men own half…
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24 hours agoHow eight men got rich
The West is to blame: King

The West is to blame: King

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THOUGHT LEADERS / January 16, 2017 / BizNews originally carried in Cape Messenger Jailed AbaThe…
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24 hours agoThe West is to blame: King
New CT mayoral committee named

New CT mayoral committee named

2 days ago CM_Publisher
The City of Cape Town is implementing an exciting Organisational Development and Transformation Plan…
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2 days agoNew CT mayoral committee named

CT’s water use climbs again

The City is greatly concerned as Cape Town’s water usage nears 100 million litres over daily targets. The City is working via Council processes to implement more stringent Level 3 water restrictions. The City of Cape Town’s media desk reports
17 January 2017 – Despite the warning last week that water consumption was rising, the latest


Cape fires: Caution urged

While firefighters have been run off their feet in recent weeks, there is concern that the very hot weather forecast for the next few days will exacerbate the situation. The City of Cape Town has urged extreme caution amid ongoing fires
17 January 2016 – The City of Cape Town appeals to the public to


How eight men got rich

DAVOS 2017 / January 17, 2017 / From BizNews

Oxfam: Tax-dodging helps these 8 rich men own half world’s wealth – Fair or foul?

The managers at Oxfam, a charity, are no fools when it comes to garnering headlines for a cause they believe in. They have issued a press release,


The West is to blame: King

THOUGHT LEADERS / January 16, 2017 / BizNews originally carried in Cape Messenger

Jailed AbaThembu king Dalindyebo attacks Roman-Dutch law

In a written rave from his Eastern Cape prison cell, AbaThembu King Dalindyebo, jailed for kidnapping, assault, arson and defeating the ends of justice, has put his woes down to the subversion


New CT mayoral committee named

The City of Cape Town is implementing an exciting Organisational Development and Transformation Plan (ODTP) in terms of the legislation in order to reverse the legacy of apartheid spatial planning, modernise government, improve service delivery, and become more customer-centric. Mayor Patricia de Lille reports on her new mayoral committee 
16 January 2017 – The ODTP


Appreciating SA’s historians

OPINION
It was Henry Ford who said “History is mainly bunk” and Charles Pierre Peguy, the French intellectual, who said that “It is impossible to write ancient history because we do not have enough sources and impossible to write modern history because we have far too many.” Cape Messenger founder Denis Worrall assesses Stellenbosch-based academic