Water is not a direct provincial function. The Department of Water Affairs has provincial offices in each province.However, the Provinces may be required to intervene in municipal water affairs if a municipality is not performing well enough. Provinces are also required to participate in water sector planning in conjunction with national and local government. The responsible provincial department is usually that covering environmental affairs.
Search Sabinet's Provincial Legislation for the current versions of relevant legislation, e.g.,
Western Cape. Municipal Ordinance 20 of 1974.
Note: According to the Constitution water is a national and local government responsibility, but not a provincial function.
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Seyler, Helen. Water as a constraint on economic development: 2014-2015 Research Project Progress Report . Cape Town : GreenCape for the Western Cape Department of Environmental Affairs & Development Planning, March 2015.
GreenCape. Water market intelligence report, 2016. Cape Town : GreenCape, 2016.
GreenCape. Water market intelligence report, 2015. Cape Town : GreenCape, 2015.
GreenCape. Market intelligence report : water, 2014. Cape Town : GreenCape, 2014.
Pegram, Guy C. (Guy Charles), author. Water in the Western Cape economy : report to the Water Research Commission / Gezina, South Africa : Water Research Commission, March 2014. G 68 JWRC 2075/1/13
Department of Water Affairs. Western Cape reconciliation strategy support : strategic assessment of water re-use potential to augment the Western Cape water supply system : final report, February 2010
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|South Africa. Dept. of Water Affairs and Forestry (1990-2010). Directorate: National Water Resource Planning.|
|Western Cape water supply system [electronic resource] : reconciliation strategy study / submitted by Ninham Shand in association with UWP Consulting [for] Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Directorate: National Water Resource Planning. -- Cape Town : Ninham Shand , 2007.|
1 CD-ROM : col. ; 4 3/4 in. ( Report no. P WMA 19/000/00/0507 )
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|Aurecon South Africa. Western Cape Water Consultants.|
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Western Cape system analysis. Cape Town : Ninham Shand, 1990-1994. Volumes: Analysis of the potential for further irrigation development in the Palmiet Basin; Berg River invertebrate study; Berg River sub-system analysis; Description of existing urban water supply infrastructure; Development of irrigation in the Riviersonderend and Palmiet/Steenbras Basins; Development of the Upper Berg River (Skuifraam Scheme); Estimation of dam costs; Hydrology of the Berg River Basin; Hydrology of the Diep River Basin; The impact of areas inundated by the various water resource development options in the Palmiet River; Long-term urban water demand in the Western Cape Metropolitan Region, 1990-2020; Main report; Options for the supply of water in the Western Cape; Palmiet Worksession; Priority classifications for water restrictions; Procedure for the evaluation of farm dams; Proposal; Report on the preliminary Berg River environmental assessment worksession; A review of the groundwater resources of the Western Cape; Study overview; Summary report; Utilisation of less conventional water sources; Water demand management; Water quality; Water resources development in the Palmiet River : report on proceedings of Palmiet Ecological Worksession, July 1991, Kleinmond. Shelf no. G 68 JWA P G000/00