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Legal not technical problems bedevil water delivery in SA 22 Apr 2014
The barrier to efficient water service delivery in South Africa was not of a technological nature but rather related to legal and Constitutional challenges, Water Research Commission (WRC) CEO Dhesigen Naidoo said on Thursday.
Nigeria: 'Poor Sanitation Kills 440,000 Infants in Nigeria Yearly' 22 Apr 2014
The annual loss of 440, 000 infants who die due to diarrheal and respiratory infections in Nigeria have been attributed to the poor culture of sanitation by Nigerians.
Africa’s energy and water leaders join forces 22 Apr 2014
The power and water sector will come together in May to discuss challenges and celebrate successes at the annual African Utility Week and Clean Power Africa in Cape Town.
Western Basin is an AMD disaster area, says Mintails 15 Apr 2014
The Western Basin should be declared a national disaster area due to acid mine drainage (AMD), according to Mintails
Creamer Media published Projects in Progress 2014 research report 06 Apr 2014
Ticking over, but no fireworks The growth outlook for South Africa remains weak, with even the National Treasury’s modest gross domestic product forecast of 2.7% for 2014 considered as optimistic by some observers.
Lesotho Highlands Water Project Phase 2 launched 06 Apr 2014
The governments of South Africa and Lesotho on Thursday launched Phase 2 of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP), of which Phase 1 had been operational since 2004.
Mogale City eyes continued infrastructure development, reshapes CBD 06 Apr 2014
The Mogale City central business district (CBD) is set to get a face lift once the local municipality implements its Social Housing Policy, executive mayor Koketso Seerane said last week.
World to face water scarcity by 2050 17 Mar 2014
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development estimates that, by 2050, more than 60% of the population in Brazil, Russia, India, Indonesia, China and South Africa, will live under severe water stress.
Global firm partners with SA consultancy to pursue civil engineering hydraulics opportunites 17 Mar 2014
Rising demand for large infrastructure devel- opment in Southern Africa, coupled with increasing concerns about water security and environmental management, has led to the launch of a partnership between international civil engineering hydraulics specialist HR Wallingford and South Africa-based environ- ment consultancy firm Fourth Element in January
AfriForum water project is 'misleading' 19 Feb 2014
Johannesburg - AfriForum's project to test water quality in South Africa is misleading the public, the department of water affairs said on Tuesday.
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