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​Save money, save the world with our DIY holiday tips
​Save money, save the world with our DIY holiday tips
Holidays are about finding essential household tasks that take you away from endless small talk with begrudgingly invited relatives. But these...
Despite SA's worst drought in decades, homes in suburbs are wasting water willy-nilly
Despite SA's worst drought in decades, homes in suburbs are wasting water willy-nilly
The worst drought in 30 years could see thousands of South Africans without water if the rains do not come soon.
South Africa's thirst leaves Lesotho in dire straits
South Africa's thirst leaves Lesotho in dire straits
Water, netball and basketball are the three pillars of evening life in Katse village, Lesotho. The basketball is played on a floodlit court built for...
Letters to the editor: September 16 to 22 2016
Letters to the editor: September 16 to 22 2016
After reading Sisonke Msimang’s article
[SLIDESHOW] Sunlight and plastic bottles could be the solution to Kibera's water woes
[SLIDESHOW] Sunlight and plastic bottles could be the solution to Kibera's water woes
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[Slideshow]South Sudan desperate for clean water
[Slideshow]South Sudan desperate for clean water
More than 1000 people in Juba got cholera last year. Almost 50 died. Could a new water plant help?
Citizens called on to monitor dams and rivers
Citizens called on to monitor dams and rivers
With the ever-worsening water shortages, South Africans are being roped in to help monitor rivers and dams.
Editorial: SA in a political drought
Editorial: SA in a political drought
South Africa’s drought has not only overwhelmed the country but also the country’s capacity to convey exactly how immense its effect is.
Respect water – or pay the price
Respect water – or pay the price
South Africa’s summer of discontent still has several months to go. Five provinces have been declared drought disaster areas and more than...
Theft drains urban water supplies
Theft drains urban water supplies
A symbolic warming milestone will be passed this year when the world is 1°C hotter on average than it was before humans started burning fossil fuels...

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