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Water and Sanitation On Status of Dam Levels in Limpopo 22 Aug 2016
The Department of Water and Sanitation screens the dams within the Limpopo Province and the status for this week still remain the same as compared to the previous week.
SA farmers hope for enough rain after winter 22 Aug 2016
The next five months and the following planting season will be critical for farmers who have been affected by the devastating drought which crippled the agriculture sector recently.
Durban to Face Heavy Water Cuts 15 Aug 2016
Ethekwini municipality residents should brace themselves for 7 hours of water cuts every night from Thursday.
South Africa: Scheme Upgrade to Secure Richards Bay Water Supply 15 Aug 2016
Pretoria — The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) has started upgrading the Thukela-Goedertrouw Transfer Scheme to prevent the Richards Bay area from running out of water.
Rand Water invests billions to ensure sufficient supply by 2020 15 Aug 2016
Water utility Rand Water will invest more than R17-billion on infrastructure development during its five-year infrastructure development plan, which will end in 2020. David Oliveira has the story.
67+Boreholes for MandelaDay 26 Jul 2016
Operation Hydrate and Awqaf South Africa, supported by, amongst others, the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the Department of Water and Sanitation have pledged to drill 67+ boreholes in drought stricken areas of South Africa over the coming months.
Corruption in Water Sector Hinders Development 25 Jul 2016
German - based Water Integrity Network (WIN) has called upon African governments to tackle corruption in water sector to ensure that the resources allocated are efficiently utilised to transform it.
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).... →
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