The state of Western Cape water infrastructure

Join property development professionals, infrastructure experts to discuss challenges and solutions.

The Western Cape has been recognised as one of the leading property development regions in South Africa. Traditionally, it has been well-serviced with high quality infrastructure, is home to a number of corporate head quarters in the financial services and retail sectors and Cape Town itself is recognised as a go-to tourism destination.

A key challenge for this growing economy has recently been underscored by the droughts, which have had a crippling impact on the economy.

On 10 August, Moneyweb will be hosting a C-Suite roundtable for property development professionals and infrastructure experts looking at:

  • The current state of the Western Cape water infrastructure and how it impacts the property sector;
  • What local government is doing to stimulate investment and plan for the long-term benefits of the Western Cape; and
  • How “grey” water could be a saviour for the Western Cape from a water infrastructure perspective.

The event will take place at the Century City Conference Centre and places are limited to 30 delegates. While there is no cover charge, the event is specifically targeted at high-level property and infrastructure professionals. If you would like to register your interest  in the event, please complete the form below.

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Grey water cannot be a saviour. At best a mild palliative to the water problem.

Until water borne sewerage phased out grey water dead in the water.

this is a disaster which everyone – no more than the DA govt – is refusing to face up to. remember w cape gets its rain in winter and winter is almost half way finished. by xmas there will be NO water available from your taps – just from shops and lorries at crazy prices. if you thought the recent hout bay riots were bad – you’ve seen nothing yet!

From the horses mouth (the radio), a desalination ship arrives soon in Gordons Bay to pump into Steenbras Dam and from there to Teewaterskloof. Sounds great. Now we can get more people to move to Cape Town.
PS Windhoek and London recycle, why don’t we?

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