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Access to water ‘for all by 2014’

This problem of the lack of water is mainly affecting our communities in the villages. Although as a government we have made many strides […]

Eskom Uses 10 000 Litres Of Water A Second

Due to growing water shortages, competition for water is likely to increase between the agricultural, electricity, and residential sectors. This could lead to conflicts over water. […]

South Africa’s $40 Billion Water Gap Threatens Economy

Concrete patches on the canals snaking through Nico Greeff’s vineyards betray constant repairs to an outmoded irrigation system that’s the lifeblood of farming in South Africa’s arid west.

“The water infrastructure is about 60 years old and the lifespan of a surfaced canal is about 40 years,” Greeff, 55, said on his farm near Vredendal, […]

Less water research: committee

South Africa has seen a steep decline in investment in water data collection, the Water Research Committee (WRC) said on Monday […]

Shortage of water supply ‘hurts mining industry’

The increasing shortage of water supply — by 2005 at least 95% of South Africa’s fresh water had already been allocated — was forcing mining companies to reconsider new and expansion projects […]

Acid mine water: Mokonyane must step in

This water would then be released into the Vaal, diluted with clean water from the Lesotho Highlands Project to minimise the harmful impact […]

Let’s prioritise water – Mabuza

the province had recorded 124 service delivery protests where people demanded water. […]

Greywater reuse can solve water crisis in Dhaka

Recycling of greywater will protect aquatic ecosystems by decreasing the diversion of freshwater, reducing the quantity of toxic contaminants entering waterways. […]

Rainwater harvesting should be made mandatory for developers

As demand for water is growing rapidly and most cities are facing a water crisis, rainwater harvesting should be made mandatory across the country. […]

Water Should Be More Valued To Reflect Worth

Water should be more highly valued to reflect its worth and reduce its waste, said Paul Bulcke, chief executive officer at Nestle SA (NESN), the world’s biggest food company.

“If something isn’t given a value, people tend to waste it,” Bulcke said at a World Water Week seminar in Stockholm. “Water is our most useful […]