The water sector must intervene with other partners to address the issues of infrastructure.
Government plans to improve South Africa's water infrastructure.
Minister of Economic Development Ebrahim Patel and the PICC have a more upbeat vision for water.
Strategic interventions to assist in the provision of water.
Used water should be reused rather than rejected as âwaste-waterâ, analyst says.
Without the concerted efforts of all stakeholders, South Africa could face a water crisis alongside its power crisis.
With South Africa among the worldâs 30 most water-scarce countries, curbing water wastage needs to be a key priority, KPMG says.
Economic development is dependent on both water and energy.
The national infrastructure development plan could catalyse significant growth, but challenges need to be addressed, says Exxaro.
Richards Bay Coal Terminal shows that growth and progress is possible on the back of improved operations.
The national infrastructure development plan presents new opportunities for the region.
Sustainability makes commercial good sense for mines and the people who work for them.
Trade union UASA says while the national Infrastructure Development Plan is being implemented, mines are shutting down and employees are losing jobs.
African issues have shifted from being a âfringeâ activity at the gathering a few years ago, according to the minister of trade and industry.
The South Africaâs mining sector is sitting on massive mineral resources.
The growth that is starting to emerge in the global economy gives reason to hope that the situation is set to improve in the mining sector.
South Africa must use the potential of mining inputs to drive industrialisation, comments Ebrahim Patel.
The governmentâs national infrastructure plan is intended to transform the economic landscape of South Africa.
Effective implementation of the national infrastructure development plan could position SAâs mining sector to capitalise on the next growth cycle.