It should be frowned upon for a minister or proxy to call a CEO of a state entity enquiring about opportunities for comrades, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
More sun than clouds. Mild.
The rains some regions received in the past few weeks made minimal improvement in soil moisture and improving vegetation, and his annual December drive across the country was a dreary one, says Wandile Sihlobo.
Although dam levels in Cape Town are, on average, more than 60% full after a season of good rainfall, additional rain is still necessary to ensure improved harvests, says agricultural economist Wandile Sihlobo.
Theewaterskloof Dam, Cape Town’s largest dam, is now almost 53% full. In 2017 it teetered at a terrifying 10%.
Zimbabwe's agriculture sector, hard hit by drought, is facing another significant risk as dam levels recede due to the high temperatures. Climate change has also resulted in an increase in insect growth rates, experts say.
Adverse weather conditions as cold fronts land in the Western Cape has seen a major increase in dam levels in the province, with the Clanwilliam Dam on the West Coast alone rising by over 20% in only a week.
Last year this time it was 42.7% full, and it has not reached maximum capacity for four years.
Cape Townemerge R580 000.00 - R620 000.00 Per Year
Cape TownemergeR600 000.00 - R700 000.00 Per Year
Cape Town Southern Suburbs1st Contact T/A Sable International
R 13 950
R 19 800
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