The Budget presents a dilemma to the unions. Mboweni himself grappled with the conflicting demands, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
Our young people need to take courage from young people from other parts of the world who have taken up the struggle for social justice and protection of ecosystems, writes Mamphela Ramphele.
While KwaZulu-Natal has received above-average rainfall for February and March, there are lingering concerns about possible water shortages over winter.
A large part of western Johannesburg woke up to a water crisis on Tuesday – and some quick-on-their feet businesses sprang to get ahead of demand of the basics necessary to keep their doors open: toilets and drinking water.
Before man-made climate change kicked in – and well before "Day Zero" in Cape Town, where taps may run dry in early May – the global water crisis was upon us.
Is it morally wrong for Joburgers to go to Cape Town over the December holiday and use what little water resources there's left, asks Howard Feldman.
Despite being at the other end of the weather spectrum, the catastrophe in Houston should teach us two lessons for handling our drought emergency in Cape Town, writes Clem Sunter.
Various steps are required to ensure South Africa can sustainably consume water without the taps running dry, a scenario-planning expert has explained.
Climate change and population increase have set off water shortages in India in what was once the wettest place on earth.
As SA battles drought-induced water shortages, a survey shows that some municipalities’ capital expenditure on water was high, while others spent significantly less.
The possible disconnection of water supplies to Gaborone from an SA dam will force the city to rely on a problematic pipeline to reservoirs in the north.
The Pretoria community has been without water since late on Wednesday, with no indication of when the taps will run again.
The firm is eyeing icebergs that weigh around 100 million tons. And it's considering South Africa as a possible stop-over.
Drone footage of the Burrator Reservoir near Dartmoor reveals the extent to which water has dried up as the hot weather in the UK continues.
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Hotels and guesthouses in Cape Town are doing their best to ensure that their customers save water this summer.
Cape Town is in trouble and all of its citizens' must play their part as the risk is rising that there could be a catastrophe when we run out of water, writes Clem Sunter.
The mayor of Vhembe, Florence Radzilani, has said no to a new R1.5m car and has instead told the municipality to buy more crane trucks to deal with water shortages in the district.
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SA's 'induced' water problem, mostly caused by hundreds of poorly functioning municipal wastewater works, poses a threat to future development and public health.
If you want good citizens, then stop wasting our time, says Mandi Smallhorne.
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