water sector desk

INTRODUCING: ASHTON Mpofu (Water Sector Desk Analyst) by Sinenhlanhla Ngubane (Green Economy Intern)   WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR FAVOURITE THING ABOUT GREENCAPE SO FAR? There are two main things, first it’s the family spirit... Read more


During 2018 and the first half of 2019 GreenCape undertook to map the groundwater application process. Read more


Cape Town has experienced a multi-year drought, and many residents and businesses have started using alternative water sources and will continue to do so. Read more


Cape Town has experienced a multi-year drought, and many residents and businesses have started using alternative water sources. Read more


GreenCape, in conjunction with the City of Cape Town and 100 Resilient Cities, have published a series of case studies showcasing practical examples of resilience in action in Cape Town. Read more


Due to the recent drought in the Western Cape, many companies in Cape Town have turned to groundwater exploration to ensure security of water supply. Read more


GreenCape has been working with companies to showcase examples of alternative and reduced water use in their respective business sectors. Read more


Employment opportunityThe Western Cape is a water scarce region, and there is a growing need for technologies and solutions that improve the efficiency of water use and management of water quality.... Read more


NOTE: Proposal deadline extended until 18 January 2018 Cape Town has experienced a multi-year drought, and many residents and businesses have started using alternative water sources and will continue to do so.... Read more


GreenCape has been working with companies to showcase examples of alternative and reduced water use in their respective business sectors. Read more