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WATCH: Cape Town's own water saving song

Someone's finally put Cape Town's water crisis to music. Take a listen and tell us if it's got flow or is it as dry as our dams?

You may even pick up some useful tips...

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UCT engineering student creates affordable grey water system

UCT engineering student creates affordable grey water system

Nkosinathi Nkomo came up with a system that could turn grey water into usable water amidst the Cape Town water crisis.

This Cape Town man has been off the water grid by harvesting rainwater at home

This Cape Town man has been off the water grid by harvesting rainwater at home

Mechanical engineer Andy Cunninghame has proven that it is possible to save municipal water by harvesting and filtering rainwater.

'City must build trust with Capetonians about the water crisis'

'City must build trust with Capetonians about the water crisis'

Dr David Olivier says City needs to be transparent as a sense of panic in Cape Town increases with the dam levels get worsening.

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Elandsfontein aquifer under threat from mining company

West Coast Environmental Protection Association launched an urgent interdict as the company continued to dewater the aquifer.

Cape Town man makes money out of selling excess water amid drought

Cape Town man makes money out of selling excess water amid drought

Henk Meyer had to find alternative ways to survive after CoCT banned construction companies from using municipal water.

Save like a Local water saving campaign aimed at Cape Town tourists

Save like a Local water saving campaign aimed at Cape Town tourists

The "Save like a Local" campaign will focus on conscientising visitors about saving water while on holiday in the Mother City.

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