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Open26 March 2019Eastern CapeBuffalo CityBuffalo City Metropolitan MunicipalityBuffalo CityWaterGeneral Public toilets in shambles Buffalo City Municipality ablution facilities are left in ruin by vandalsBCM Municipality has responded to the articleNewspaper 745
Open26 March 2019South Africa  NationalWaterWater availability Water crises sweep the country South Africa is set to face serious water shedding and shortingDWS Communication Services to respond with a letter to the editorNewspaper 744
Open26 March 2019South Africa  NationalWaterWater Security Water security ''more important than power'' Experts say more investment is needed in advanced water treatment technology to assure water securityFor NotingNewspaper 743
Open25 March 2019South Africa  NationalWaterWater quality Water Polluters to be punished The Minister of the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS), Gugile Nkwinti said his department would take tough stance on those who continue to pollute rivers across the country.For NotingNewspaper 739
Open20 March 2019Western CapeEdenOudtshoornOudtshoornWaterWater Security Water plan to save Oudtshoorn A water project by DWS as well as the Municipality of Oudtshoorn to save the Karoo town is on the cardsFor NotingNewspaper 737
Open20 March 2019South Africa  NationalWaterWater Security SAHRC Investigates water crisis in terms of Human rights violations The South African rights Commission (SAHRC) in investigating human rights violations in relation to water provisionFor NotingNewspaper 736
Open19 March 2019South Africa  NationalWaterWater Security National Water Week highlights the importance of sustaining water The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) marks National Water Week from 17-24 March to highlight the importance of waterFor NotingNewspaper 730
Open18 March 2019South Africa  NationalWaterWater Security WRC,DWS Launch new satellite observation project The Water Research Commission (WRC) and the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) released a report showing the potential of a new project to monitor cyanobacteria blooms and eutrophication in South Africa's fresh water bodiesFor NotingNewspaper 729
Open18 March 2019GautengCity of TshwaneCity of Tshwane Metropolitan MunicipalityHammanskraalWaterWater quality Solution in sight for Pretoria North Water woes-MEC Substandard drinking water has been a reality for thousands of residents in areas such as Hammanskraal in the North of TshwaneCity of Tshwane has responded to the articleNewspaper 728
Open15 March 2019Eastern CapeNelson Mandela BayNelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan MunicipalityPort ElizabethWaterWater Security Residents demand action About 300 residents in Kamvelihle, Port Elizabeth barricaded roads with burning tyres demanding water and electricityNelson Mandela Municipality has responded to the articleNewspaper 727
Open15 March 2019South Africa  NationalWaterInfrastructure development This why we don't have water The writer assesses South Africa's Water Management System and pinpoints a number of challenges that the country is confronted with regarding water supply and sewage disposalThe article is noted however DWS is addressing the challengedNewspaper 726
Open14 March 2019South Africa  NationalWaterWater quality Department refutes claims SA water not safe to drink The Department of water and Sanitation (DWS) says South Africa's tap water is safe to drink following media reports in which an online travel company alleged otherwiseFor NotingNewspaper 732
Open14 March 2019Western CapeCity of Cape TownCity of Cape Town Metropolitan MunicipalityCape TownWaterService Interruption City advises of water supply disruptions in Somerset West area The City of Cape Town's Water and Sanitation Unit will be conducting a bulk meter installation at the Somerset West Reservoir that will result in water interruptions in the areaFor NotingNewspaper 731
Open13 March 2019GautengCity of TshwaneCity of Tshwane Metropolitan MunicipalityAtteridgevilleSanitationInfrastructure development Atteridgeville family fad up with drains leaking raw sewage in their yard The Mojapelo family in Atteridgeville want the municipality to remove drains inside their yard in Mhlanga street and put them outside.DWS regional office to liaise with the City of Tshwane to resolve the matter.Newspaper 734
Open13 March 2019South Africa  NationalWaterInfrastructure development Motshekga promises to replace 3898 pit latrines in schools within 3 years basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says her department will eradicate the remaining 3898 pit latrines in the country's schools within the next three yearsFor NotingNewspaper 733
Open13 March 2019GautengCity of TshwaneCity of Tshwane Metropolitan MunicipalityHammanskraalWaterWater quality Hammanskraal water safety alarm The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) has taken the City of Tshwane to court because it failed to comply with its regulation to provide clean and safe water to residents.The City of Tshwane has responded to the articleNewspaper 735
Open11 March 2019Eastern CapeSarah Baartman Sundays River ValleySundays River ValleyWaterGeneral Boy's body found in irrigation canal A 10 Years old boy Amahle Majika has drowned in a canal that channels water to farmers in Addo in the Sundays River Valley MunicipalityMunicipality has responded to the articleNewspaper 719
Open11 March 2019North WestBojanalaRustenburgRustenburgWaterInfrastructure development Rustenburg turns a new leaf on service delivery The Rusternburg Municipality in the North West which has headlines for its failing service delivery has launched the ReDirelaSechaba programme in order to improve services that it offers to the communityFoe NotingNewspaper 721
Open11 March 2019LimpopoMopaniGreater GiyaniGiyaniWaterWater availability Clean Water for 90% of Limpopo by next year Premier of Limpopo Province, Chupu Mathabatha, has announced during the State of the Province address that he has set a target to provide 90% of the province 's population with clean and portable water by next yearFor NotingNewspaper 720
Open08 March 2019Eastern CapeAlfred NzoMatatieleMatatieleWaterGeneral 4 Children drown,2 missing in flash flood four Matatiele children were swept to their death whilst crossing the Mgxojeni river and two more are still missingMatatiele Mayor has responded to the articleNewspaper 722
Open08 March 2019Western CapeCity of Cape TownCity of Cape Town Metropolitan MunicipalityCape TownWaterGeneral City of Cape Town owed nearly R10bn in unpaid rates and bills by residents capetonians owe the city of Cape town more than R9,887billion in unpaid rates and services billsFor NotingNewspaper 723
Open07 March 2019Eastern CapeSarah Baartman MakanaMakanaWaterDrought Makhanda: The day the taps ran dry Residents of Makhanda under the Makana Local Municipality have to deal with water cuts as dams levels remain critically low due to drought in the areaDWS has allocated funds for drought alleviation in the areaNewspaper 738
Open06 March 2019Eastern CapeSarah Baartman KougaKougaWaterGeneral Kouga looks at new road repair solutions Mayor of Kouga Local Municipality delivering the state of the municipality address said they are to receive a drought relief funding of R151m from DWSFor NotingNewspaper 718
Open05 March 2019Free StateThabo MofutsanyaneMaluti a PhofungMaluti a PhofungWaterWater Security Political instability worsening Phuthaditjhaba's water shortage The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS)' regional office in the Free State says it is of the view that political instability at the Maluti-a-Phofung Local Municipality is worsening the water crisis in Phuthaditjhaba (Qwaqwa)For NotingNewspaper 717
Open05 March 2019Eastern CapeAmatholeNgqushwaNgqushwaWaterWater Security Deputy Minister has no truck with water theft Deputy Minister of the Department of Water and Sanitation, Pamela Tshwete, speaking in Peddie has warned municipal workers who are allegedly vandalizing water infrastructure so that truck drivers can sell the water for R800For NotingNewspaper 716
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