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Department of Water and Sanitation’s R2 Billion underexpenditure concerns committee on water and sanitation

The Portfolio Committee on Water and Sanitation is extremely concerned by the reported under expenditure of R2.532 billion by the Department of Water and Sanitation in the 2021/22 financial year. Furthermore,...

‘Marshall plan’ needed to avert water disaster – SAWC

OUR water sector is in disarray. Reports from the Auditor General show the extent to which the Department of Water and Sanitation has been rendered technically bankrupt and institutionally weakened. This...

Borehole water to communities

According to the Department of Water and Sanitation, more than 21-million South Africans do not have a regular supply of clean water. Clean water is vital in the fight against COVID-19 making...

Department to cut water supply to 30 municipalities

The Department of Water and Sanitation will terminate bulk water supply to 30 defaulting municipalities next month, Minister Nomvula Mokonyane said on Monday. This would mean that water cuts will be implemented. Addressing a media briefing in Rosebank, Johannesburg, Minister Mokonyane said...

Slight improvement in dam levels

The Department of Water and Sanitation says national water storage has shown a slight improvement this week in a number of the country’s dams compared to last week. This week,...

Sixty seven plus boreholes to bring relief to South Africans

Operation Hydrate and Awqaf South Africa, supported by the Department of Water and Sanitation and the Mandela Foundation have pledged to drill 67 plus boreholes in drought stricken areas over the...

Department of Water and Sanitation to look at augmenting Cape Town’s water supply

As the Western Cape’s dams have fallen to only 30% of water storage capacity in May 2016 from 72% in May 2014, Cape Town has imposed water restrictions from the beginning...

Investigation into impact of Karoo fracking commissioned

The South African government has commissioned an investigation into the possible effects and potential mitigation opportunities of shale gas if it is found in the country. "If indeed viable deposits...

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