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Cape Town Water Crisis: Less water uptake leading to revenue challenges

Cape Town may soon land itself in a crisis while trying to escape another. Following years of drought, the South African city recently capped the amount of water people can use per day. People are now using less but also paying less. And the city may now increase the cost of water to come up with the millions of dollars it needs for projects to save water. Melanie Rice has the story.

Cape Town Drought: Water crisis poses a risk to a vibrant tourist

Cape Town Drought: Water crisis poses a risk to a vibrant tourist

South African farmers struggle after drought | Money Talks

South African farmers struggle after drought | Money Talks

Will Cape Town run out of water?

Will Cape Town run out of water?

With a drought looming, Cape Town could become world’s first major city to run out of water

With a drought looming, Cape Town could become world’s first major city to run out of water

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Thoughts in Motion: Mouhssine Ennaimi on organ trafficking

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In the Loop: We were there - Andrea Sanke

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In the Loop: We were there - Soraya Salam

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In the Loop: July 15th - We Were There

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July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Arabella Munro

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July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Soraya Salam

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Yasin Eken

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Yasin Eken

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Andrea Sanke

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Andrea Sanke

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Mohsin Mughal

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Mohsin Mughal

Women on War: Reporting from the Frontline

Women on War: Reporting from the Frontline

Woman On War: Arwa Damon, CNN Correspondent

Woman On War: Arwa Damon, CNN Correspondent

Woman On War: Shelly Kittleson, Independent Journalist

Woman On War: Shelly Kittleson, Independent Journalist

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