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SA needs to respect water

SA needs to respect 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. […]

Tend to your garden without wasting water | Greywater irrigation

through a filter and then uses it to thoroughly water your garden. The water is completely safe, suitable for your garden and just as hydrating for your plants as water from the hose pipe. […]

Defining SA’s water crisis

South Africa’s real water crisis is that the stuff is just too damn complicated. What do you think about when you worry about water? […]

Department of water affairs lacks enforcement officials

Water Affairs Minister Edna Molewa says the water affairs department has less than a third of the officials it needs to enforce compliance with water quality and pollution laws. […]

Unions call for action against water pollution

TRADE unions warn that SA needs to take urgent action to address water pollution, and have applied to the National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac) to discuss the issue. […]

10 facts about Water Scarcity

Water scarcity forces people to rely on unsafe sources of drinking water. It also means they cannot bathe or clean their clothes or homes properly. Water shortage.. […]

Aurora in trouble for polluting ground water

It is slowly but surely coming to the attention of the general public that the mining sector that plays a significant role in stabilising and growing the South African economy is doing it at a disastrous environmental cost to the country. The countries mineral wealth is being extracted and replaced with toxic chemical that will […]

South African Water Crisis

I hope this is not your first wake up call to the reality that could collapse our economy and our livelihood. South Africa is bound to face a severe water crisis unless the country is to act now! With toxic water many industries will not be able to function and will close. Tourism destinations will […]

Cape Town admits to sewage neglect

In a shocking report, water affairs acting chief director of regulation admits to neglect. This neglect by water affairs has lead to millions being spent on clean up programs and has devastated fragile ecosystems. Wilde Voelvlei and Rietvlei in Cape Town have been some of the most recent tragedies that have been struck by blue […]