What's driving Cape Town's water insecurity, and what can be done about it

Cape Town’s main storage dam, the Theewaterskloof in May 2017 with 9% of water left in storage. Kevin Winter
Cape Town’s main storage dam, the Theewaterskloof in May 2017 with 9% of water left in storage. Kevin Winter</span>In pre-colonial times the Khoisan called Cape Town, //Hui !Gaeb, the place “where clouds gather” and Camissa “the place of sweet waters”. The future of the city will be shaped by water as it was in the past. But far more attention will need to be paid to the drivers and early warning signs.
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Source: Building & Construction news S.A