The City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation Department must at all times work to ensure that safe, good quality water is supplied to all parts of Cape Town. This includes replacing old water pipes, upgrading infrastructure for water treatment plants, and planning and implementing water saving projects. The tariffs for water and sanitation will…

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The City of Cape Town’s Electricity Services Department is a valuable link between South Africa’s electricity supplier (mainly Eskom) and the City’s consumers who buy and use electricity. To perform this function, it needs to construct and maintain the equipment that transforms the power supply so that it meets customers’ needs, supplies public lighting, and…

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he City is running a series of waste minimisation campaigns in an effort to reduce waste, but unfortunately refuse collection is becoming more expensive. In order to meet the increasing demands of waste removal in the fast-growing city, residents will be paying 7,06% more for refuse removal as of 1 July 2012. Please visit their…

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