The water crisis is becoming a “commercial risk” to business

Prof Anthony Turton, a transboundary waters specialist at the University of the Free State explains to Centre for Risk Analysis, executive director, Chris Hattingh that that there will be no easy end to the water crisis in the country, and that it is on its way to becoming a significant “commercial risk” to business. Turton, who has long warned of the risks that came with the degradation of the country’s water infrastructure. Sadly, few seem to be listening and the country is splitting into metros and provinces that have invested in infrastructure and those that have not.

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