South Africa is faced with a huge challenge that is likely to become a future threat if our water resources are not well managed, says Water and Environmental Affairs Deputy Minister, Rejoice Mabudafhasi. Mabudafhasi, who on Monday embarked on the Adopt-a-River door-to-door campaign in Kayamandi, Stellenbosch, said because South Africa was a water scarce country, […]
I recently came across this government article. Good news for our rivers! Durban – With the aim of meeting the socio-economic goals in South Africa, Water and Environmental Affairs Deputy Minister Rejoice Mabudafhasi launched the Isipingo Adopt a River Project. During the Budget Vote Speech in April this year the department announced (more…)
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