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Water crisis lies on the horizon

freshwater faces a double crunch – from a population explosion, which will drive up demand for food and energy, and the impact of climate change. […]

Parts of SA may see more rainfall, research shows – Limpopo

New research from Wits University shows tropical storms are not becoming more frequent but they are moving south […]

OECD: SA needs avert water losses

eakage from the country’s aging water-distribution infrastructure is worsening scarcity woes […]

Climate Change is Real

changes in weather and storm prevalence, it’s getting harder to turn a blind eye to the reality of climate change […]

Rainwater harvesting needs political buy-in to relieve water poverty

Water is unlike other scarce natural resources: it underpins all aspects of society, from ecology to agriculture to industry – and it has no known substitutes. Like oxygen, water is fundamental to life. Water is also an integral part of the production systems that generate wealth and guarantees well-being.

Water provision is the most basic […]

Water Affairs wades in on beach development

THE NATIONAL Water Affairs Department says it is determined to protect water sources, especially wetlands […]

Water scarcity in the Okavango Delta

All three depend on an equitable share of quality water from the Okavango River, the fourth largest in Africa […]

Western Cape Rainfall pattern | January

It is advised that household use alternative sources of water, including greywater to irrigate gardens and to conserve water where possible. It should be encouraged that all communities start practicing water saving behaviours. […]

Climate change: 2010 the hottest year

Nel says these rising temperatures will have many consequences, including greater reliance on underground water, which will increase energy use. […]

Problem: A looming water shortage.

The maximum consumption that SA’s water resources can sustain will be reached in about five years, warns Engineering Council of SA […]