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WATER WORRIES

4th November 2022

By: Darlene Creamer

     

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With electricity loadshedding now a part of daily life in South Africa, there is growing anxiety about the prospect of water-shedding. Already several towns across the country are either struggling with water supply or face serious water-quality problems. The recent disruptions in Gauteng also brought to the fore the role that neglect, as well as corruption, is having, with leaks rather than bulk water supply leading to mini Day Zeros in several areas.

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