DWS’s never-ending woes continue

DWS’s never-ending woes continue

Over R9.2-billion is owed to the Department of Water and Sanitation by water boards, local municipalities, companies, water user associations, irrigation boards, water service providers, National Gove, metros, provincial governments and bulk payers.

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Calling all plumbers and solar installers

Calling all plumbers and solar installers

The Johannesburg Children’s Home in Observatory has been around for decades serving the community by protecting and saving abused and unwanted children.

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We need transparency in water regulation

We need transparency in water regulation

In light of the water crisis in South Africa, Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) has seen a growing request from the public to investigate possible maladministration within the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) regarding concerns around governance, transparency, and corruption.

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Italian water expertise imported to improve SA’s water resources management

Italian water expertise imported to improve SA’s water resources management

Issued by the South African Institution of Civil Engineering, with questions by this publication

The South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) regards this action by the government as a regrettable development that fosters neither the management of the water resources in South Africa, nor the transformation agenda of government and our people.

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