Lindiwe Hendricks

 
SA to consider camps for Zim refugees
SA to consider camps for Zim refugees
The plight of Zimbabwean refugees in South Africa around the border town of Musina has become "quite desperate", government spokesperson Themba...
Water department spends R21-million on cholera
Water department spends R21-million on cholera
About R21-million has been spent on controlling the cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe and a further R80-million will be allocated to affected areas,...
2008 Cabinet report card -- Part One
2008 Cabinet report card -- Part One
How did SA's Cabinet members fare this year? The M&G rates their performances and offers analytic insight.
Multibillion-rand plan to boost Vaal water supply
Multibillion-rand plan to boost Vaal water supply
Cabinet has approved plans to embark on a second phase of the Lesotho Highlands water project, which will involve building a second hydroelectric...
Arborisation: the planet's oldest living things
Arborisation: the planet's oldest living things
To plant a tree, it is said, is an act of faith; faith in a future beyond one's own imagining; faith in the fact that the tree will grow to feed...
Public sector: Ministers
Public sector: Ministers
Jean Benjamin Deputy Minister of Social Development...
Gauteng on course to supply clean water for all
Gauteng on course to supply clean water for all
The Gauteng provincial government is "well on course" to supply all households in the province with clean water by the end of this year.
We are not facing a water crisis, says minister
We are not facing a water crisis, says minister
Lindiwe Hendricks, the Minister of Water Affairs and Forestry, on Thursday denied that South Africa is facing a water crisis.
Poor hygiene blamed for E Cape diarrhoea deaths
Poor hygiene blamed for E Cape diarrhoea deaths
Poor hygiene may have caused the diarrhoea outbreaks that killed nine babies in the Ndlambe municipal area in the Eastern Cape over the past three...
Jo'burg water safe after contamination scare
Jo'burg water safe after contamination scare
After a contamination scare on Friday morning, residents of northern Johannesburg can now safely drink their tap water again, Johannesburg Water...
Don't drink tap water in northern Johannesburg
Don't drink tap water in northern Johannesburg
Residents in northern Johannesburg areas were on Friday warned not to drink tap water as the quality was not up to standard, Johannesburg Water...
DA: Minister in denial over 'looming' water crisis
DA: Minister in denial over 'looming' water crisis
Minister of Water Affairs and Forestry Lindiwe Hendricks is guilty of "denialism" when she says South Africa is not facing a water crisis, the...

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