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Water Supply Relief for Umgungundlovu 18 Jul 2016
Pretoria — The Department of Water and Sanitation will launch the Greater Eston Regional Water Supply Project to alleviate the water supply backlog in the rural areas of UMgungundlovu.
Water Treatment Works to Boost Swellendam 18 Jul 2016
Pretoria — Water and Sanitation Deputy Minister Pamela Tshwete says the development of infrastructure within the water and sanitation sector is critical for all socio-economic development.
SA requires game-changing technologies to tackle sanitation, water gaps 08 Jul 2016
With the gap between supply and demand for water expected to reach 17% by 2030, South Africans will be required to radically change their attitudes towards water use and conservation, particularly in treating of human waste, states the Strategic Water Partners Network South Africa (SWPN).... →
Technique developed to produce and maintain attractive ‘lagoons’ at low costs 08 Jul 2016
A method to construct and maintain artificial lagoons is being opened to the South African market after proving successful abroad, according to multinational artificial lagoon company Crystal Lagoons.
SADC Responds to Water, Energy Challenges 30 Jun 2016
Water and energy are essential to human and economic development, which are hampered in southern Africa due to the current shortages.
Ministers in the Water and Energy Sectors gathered today, 20 June 2016, at the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Energy and Water Joint Ministerial Workshop held in Gaborone, Botswana to discuss solutions for the water and energy crisis.
Minister to Launch R14 Billion Water Project in Northern Cape 21 Jun 2016
Pretoria — The Minister of Water and Sanitation, Nomvula Mokonyane, is expected to launch the Vaal Gamagara Water Supply Scheme and the Vaal Gamagara quality control laboratory in the Northern Cape.
Resilience in South Africa's Urban Water Landscape 21 Jun 2016
Resilience is becoming a core concept in water governance. It refers to the ability of communities, cities or regions to withstand the challenges posed by an increased intensity and frequency of floods and droughts
Cape Town's Precarious Water Supply 09 Jun 2016
Drought has left dams very low but the City is taking steps to secure the future water supply
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