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Determining drinking water safety is essential

Access to safe drinking water is a privilege not shared by many in Africa. Often, drinking water is contaminated - by damaged infrastructure and distribution systems, breakdowns at treatment facilities, rapid...

Largest reservoir to provide additional water supply

Water and Sanitation Minister, Senzo Mchunu, has officially unveiled the country’s largest reservoir in Benoni, which is set to provide additional water to parts of Gauteng. The construction of the Vlakfontein Reservoir...

Embrace modern technology for rainwater harvesting

By Simon Thomas, Megapipes Solutions Country Director THE ongoing short rains have given us a reprieve from months of drought, one of the worst in over 40 years, but freedom is not...

KSB assisting municipalities

MUNICIPALITIES struggling with potable water distribution and waste water control issues can get assistance from one of the world’s leading suppliers of pumps, valves and related services to Government around the...

CoCT incentivizes developers to make use of on-site wastewater treatment plants

IN September 2021 the City of Cape Town put a halt on all developments that would rely on the Potsdam, Zandvliet and Macassar Wastewater Treatment works due to the works being...

How wastewater treatment saves the food and beverage industry

WATER is essential in the food and beverage industry and in high demand. Wastewater treatment and reuse is the answer to this demand. There are various struggles for the industry, including rising water costs,...

Water and Sanitation on the progress of the Xonxa Water Project

Community of Komani already benefitting from Xonxa Water Project The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) working with Chris Hani District Municipality (CHDM) conducted a media tour of the Xonxa Dam Transfer Scheme...

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Over R100-billion to be invested in data centres in South Africa 

By Larry Claasen Amazon Web Services (AWS) plans to invest R46-billion in Cape Town by 2029. THE setting up of hyperscale data centres in South Africa...

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