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Vaal Dam levels drop below 55%

The City of Johannesburg has warned residents to use water sparingly after water levels at the Vaal Dam dropped to just below 55%. “Vaal Dam [is] sitting at 53.1% and no water transfers to the Vaal Dam system will be possible until November...

Tshwane’s plans for a waste management revamp

South Africa’s waste management approach faces numerous challenges, particularly as environmentalists call for traditional waste processing measures to be done away with. Limited resources, population growth and poor infrastructure are increasingly...

No water crisis in Hammanskraal: City of Tshwane

There’s disagreement over the quality of water in Hammanskraal, with the City of Tshwane insisting it’s safe to drink. But the Human Rights Commission told residents at a community meeting, that it isn’t. The HRC says it intervened...

Tshwane metro set to open new landfill sites

Tshwane metro is set to open new landfill sites to end dumping woes for its residents. Spokesperson Lindela Mashigo told Record East that the metro has already identified sites and feasibility studies would soon commence, in order to determine...
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A Re Sebetseng expands to other municipalities

The A Re Sebetseng volunteer clean-up campaign is expanding to the municipalities of Tshwane and Midvaal. A Re Sebetseng was first launched in Johannesburg in August of 2017, and now A Re Sebetseng Gauteng will now seek to broaden the spirit of...