The City of Johannesburg is creating awareness of the value of water
As water trouble continues in Diepsloot, it appears residents are starting to suffer the health consequences -- but not according to official figures.
The water crisis in Diepsloot has intensified as water tanks stand empty and no word on when the area would have water again.
South Africa will need R570-billion for investment in the water value chain in the next 10 years, says the department of environmental affairs.
It's easy to forget the importance of water, writes Sipho Kings-McDermott.
The only long-term solution is to close the open-cast mines for Carolina residents, who are plagued by acid water.
As water resources in Southern Africa come under pressure from growing population, economic accounting for water could aid better management.
What do you fear most -- nationalisation or acid mine drainage? Chances are, if you live in Gauteng, you're more worried about the latter.
Millions of litres of highly acidic mine water is rising up under Johannesburg and could spill out into its streets, Parliament has heard.
The shocking state of SA's sewage plants was revealed in the long-awaited Green Drop Report released by Water Affairs Minister Buyelwa Sonjica.
A report on South Africa's water quality management has found that Johannesburg and Cape Town have the cleanest drinking water in the country.