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‘Shack’ agency remains leaderless

Former Mvelaphanda head gets another six months at the helm of the Housing Development Agency

Greed has an insatiable thirst

The water department says even water tankers are not immune to the selfish acts of Covidpreneurs

Sisulu axes another water board

Umgeni Water’s board in KwaZulu-Natal was appointed irregularly by her predecessor, the water and sanitation minister claims

Flooding cuts power in Uganda

Government threatens forced removals in response

Waterless Khayelitsha residents fear Covid-19

As the country prepares to go into lockdown, residents fear that they may be at a higher risk of contracting Covid-19

This is why we don’t have water

Protests, corruption, mismanagement — the department explains its failure to deliver water

Women prove that social franchising can work

Creating opportunities for themselves while uplifting the community

Washing water clean with waste ash from coal

NSTF-Water Research Commission Award: towards achieving sustainable water management, knowledge generation and solutions with demonstrated leadership

Community standing on its own

Florence Negondeni and other residents of Tshakhuma went to the mountain and piped water to 4 000 people

Water Sector Advisory Panel on Weather and Climate

Working together to restore human dignity through universal access to water and sanitation

Fed up Capetonians to fight water costs

Residents in Cape Town are preparing to march against a proposed 26.9% water and sanitation tariff hike in the City of Cape Town’s budget.

Water and sanitation department is billions of rands in debt

​An inquiry into the finances of the Department of Water and Sanitation has been instituted after it conceded to being billions of rand in debt.

Zille asks Mokonyane for urgent resolution to water crisis

Premier Helen Zille has asked Minister Nomvula Mokonyane for a joint task team to work under the minister's leadership

Mokonyane blames department’s financial woes on municipalities’ R7bn debt

Mokonyane on Tuesday appeared before Scopa to account for R2.5-billion in irregular expenditure in 2015-16.

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