water supply

 
Students at two Eastern Cape universities back on campus after water cuts
Students at two Eastern Cape universities back on campus after water cuts
The universities of Walter Sisulu and Fort Hare have reopened two of their campuses after shutting down last week because of a lack of...
Water supply is restored to some, the rest have to forage for theirs
Water supply is restored to some, the rest have to forage for theirs
A month after heavy storms tore through KwaZulu-Natal, Paddy Harper and Delwyn Verasamy visited the southernmost part of the province, where...
Juba's water vendors make a living, but it's a cut-throat business
Juba's water vendors make a living, but it's a cut-throat business
Sebit Daniel (26) is in a hurry. There is fierce competition to supply the tanker trucks lined up on the banks of the Nile in Juba, the capital of...
Editorial: A thirsty future beckons
Editorial: A thirsty future beckons
South Africa is in the midst of a water crisis, with worse to come unless government puts money and political will where its mouth is. We are in the...
Rand Water: Bonuses keep flowing as the pipes run dry
Rand Water: Bonuses keep flowing as the pipes run dry
Executives and managers at Rand Water, the utility responsible for Gauteng’s recent water “not-crisis”, are doing a splendid job – at least...
Madibeng: There will be another uprising
Madibeng: There will be another uprising
While more residents gathered on Wednesday to protest against disrupted or non-existent water supply in the North West, the Workers International...
SA's water puts species at risk
SA's water puts species at risk
The quality of South Africa's fresh water is so compromised that the survival of some species in our rivers, lagoons and dams are at risk.
As climate changes, is water the new oil?
As climate changes, is water the new oil?
If water is the new oil, is blue the new green?