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City of Cape Town Metropolitan Municipality falls within the Berg River Water Management Area (WMA 19) The majority of the City’s water supply is provided from the Berg River Catchment, or smaller catchments that fall within the Management Area. These documents relate to the Management of the Berg River Water Management Area:

Western Cape Sustainable Water Resources Management Plan 2012: A water resources management plan compiled by Western Cape Provincial Department of Environmental Affairs and the Department of Water and Sanitation: Western Cape Regional Office in 2012. The plan indicates the water shortage in the Berg Catchment by 2018 and makes recommendations towards resolving the issues in support of the Water Reconcilation Strategy for the Berg Water Management Area (Berg WMA), including tariff increases, updates to legislation and By-laws, water restrictions and other Water Conservation/Water Demand Management measures.

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Western Cape Water Supply System Reconciliation Strategy: Progress Report 2011

WCWSS RS Status Report 2011

Western Cape Water Supply System Reconciliation Strategy: Progress Report 2010:

WCWSS RS Status Report 2010

Western Cape Water Supply System Reconciliation Strategy: Status Quo Report 2009:

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Western Cape Water Supply System Reconciliation Strategy: Newsletter March 2009

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