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Cape Town experiences slight plunge in dam levels

After an impressive week at the end of January – which saw dam levels rise after some rainfall – the Cape Town dam levels have yet again dropped. The facilities have seen 1.6% of their combined water totals chalked off over the past seven days. The...

Partnering for skills development

Mpho Mookapele, acting CEO of the EWSETA, and, notably, the overall winner of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants’ Top 35-Under-35 2019 Competition, met with Water&Sanitation Africa to talk about the role the EWSETA plays in...

South Africa’s water crisis is getting worse

Part of the explanation for the water scarcity in the country is that South Africa is currently faced with a drought. eNCA takes closer look at to what extent that accounts for the challenges that communities are facing. Source:...
Vaal Dam

Good progress made in Vaal River clean-up

The Managing Director of the East Rand Water Care Company (ERWAT), Tumelo Gopane, says steady progress is being made in the Vaal River clean-up project. Giving an update to the Water and Sanitation Minister during a recent visit, Gopane said a lot...

Sisulu intervenes in QwaQwa water crisis

The Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation, Lindiwe has announced several interventions which include injecting R220m to address the water crisis in QwaQwa. Sisulu, visited the challenged area of QwaQwa in Free State. She was...