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Koos Smit takes up the hot seat at SANRAL

With the controversial e-tolling saga underway, it seems the SANRAL board has reached a decision on who will replace former CEO Nazir Alli in the hot seat. Following Alli’s resignation on Monday, Engineering Executive and long-standing SANRAL...

Local landfills at critical stage warns IWMSA

With waste to landfill becoming an ever critical concern, particularly in certain regions, the Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa (IWMSA) calls to attention the necessity for managing all waste streams, especially that of organic...

Municipal water service tariffs

A recent Water Research Commission study looking into municipal water tariffs of 15 South African municipalities reports that the primary driver of water service tariffs is the quest to balance tariff revenues with explicit financial costs. Given...

Results of the Blue Drop Report 2012

The Department of Water Affairs has released the results of their 2012 Blue Drop Results. This is fourth Blue Drop Report and it is remarkable to note the impact this programme has had on the water sector over the past four years. Debbie Besseling...

Heavy rains affecting water quality at UK beaches

Heavy recent rains are flushing raw sewage into coastal waters, ruining the water quality at popular beaches around the UK just as the bathing season begins, according to the Marine Conservation Society (MCS). As it publishes its 2012 Good Beach...

Nine arrested in Mpumalanga during water protest

Nine people were arrested during a service delivery protest in Lilydale in the Bushbuckridge municipality on Monday, Mpumalanga police said. “At 6am residents… went on the rampage. They burnt municipal offices and a Caterpillar grader,” said...