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The Public Participation Process for the Cape Flats Aquifer WATER USE LICENCE APPLICATION is now open for public comment

The City of Cape Town Municipality (CCT) recently experienced one of its worst droughts since 1904, with a significant drop in the water storage capacity during the year 2017. This process compromised the CCTs ability to provide basic services, which then prompted the CCT to find alternative sources of water. This was done in an effort to augment and diversify the water supply for the CCT.

The CCT continues to develop a groundwater abstraction and managed aquifer recharge scheme in the Cape Flats Aquifer to utilize its vast groundwater stores as identified in the Western Cape Water Supply System (WCWSS) Water Reconciliation Strategy (DWS, 2016). As part of this groundwater development, the CCT proposes renew the water use licence at the Department of Water and Sanitation.

This Notice serves to inform that the CCTs consulting engineers (Zutari (Pty) Ltd) and the groundwater and environmental consultant (Umvoto South Africa (Pty) Ltd) have commenced with the Public Participation Process for the project as set out in Section 41(4) of the National Water Act (No. 36 of 1998). All stakeholders are invited to register as Interested and Affected Parties (I&APs) and to submit any initial comments or questions to us. For more info see the CCT website.


To register and provide comment please either email the CCT directly (Candice Scheepers or Philani Msimango) OR fill in the online form, by no later than Friday 30th September 2022.

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The Public Participation Process for the TABLE MOUNTAIN GROUP AQUIFER WATER USE LICENCE APPLICATIONS ARE now open for public comment

The City of Cape Town Municipality (CCT) recently experienced one of its worst droughts since 1904, with a significant drop in the water storage capacity during the year 2017. This process compromised the CCTs ability to provide basic services, which then prompted the CCT to find alternative sources of water. This was done in an effort to augment and diversify the water supply for the CCT.

The CCT continues to develop a groundwater abstraction and managed aquifer recharge scheme in the Table Mountain Group Aquifer (Steenbras, Eikenhof-Nuweberg, and Klipfontein-Groenlandberg (Theewaterskloof)) to utilize its vast groundwater stores as identified in the Western Cape Water Supply System (WCWSS) Water Reconciliation Strategy (DWS, 2016). As part of this groundwater development, the CCT proposes renew the water use licence at the Department of Water and Sanitation.

This Notice serves to inform that the CCTs consulting engineers (Zutari (Pty) Ltd) and the groundwater and environmental consultant (Umvoto South Africa (Pty) Ltd) has commenced with the Public Participation Process for the project as set out in Section 41(4) of the National Water Act (No. 36 of 1998). All stakeholders are invited to register as Interested and Affected Parties (I&APs) and to submit any initial comments or questions to us. For more info see the CCT website.


To register and provide comment please either email the CCT directly (Candice Scheepers or Philani Msimango) OR fill in the online form, by no later than Friday 30th September 2022.

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The Public Participation Process for the Atlantis WATER USE LICENCE APPLICATION is now open for public comment

The City of Cape Town Municipality (CCT) recently experienced one of its worst droughts since 1904, with a significant drop in the water storage capacity during the year 2017. This process compromised the CCTs ability to provide basic services, which then prompted the CCT to find alternative sources of water. This was done in an effort to augment and diversify the water supply for the CCT.

The CCT continues to develop a groundwater abstraction and managed aquifer recharge scheme in the Atlantis Aquifer to utilize its vast groundwater stores as identified in the Western Cape Water Supply System (WCWSS) Water Reconciliation Strategy (DWS, 2016). As part of this groundwater development, the CCT proposes renew the water use licence at the Department of Water and Sanitation.

This Notice serves to inform that the CCTs consulting engineers (Zutari (Pty) Ltd) and the groundwater and environmental consultant (Umvoto South Africa (Pty) Ltd) has commenced with the Public Participation Process for the project as set out in Section 41(4) of the National Water Act (No. 36 of 1998). All stakeholders are invited to register as Interested and Affected Parties (I&APs) and to submit any initial comments or questions to us. For more info see the CCT website.


To register and provide comment please either email the CCT directly (Candice Scheepers or Philani Msimango) OR fill in the online form, by no later than Friday 30th September 2022.

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The Public Participation Process for the keysource WATER USE LICENCE APPLICATION is now open for public comment

This Notice serves to inform that Umvoto has commenced with the Public Participation Process on behalf of Keysource Minerals (Pty) Ltd for the project as set out in Section 41(4) of the National Water Act (No. 36 of 1998). All stakeholders are invited to register as Interested and Affected Parties (I&APs) and to submit any initial comments or questions to us.


To register and provide comment please either email us directly (Ms Gemma Bluff) OR fill in the online form, by no later than Sunday 9th October 2022.

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