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South Africa will have to spend R1 trillion to repair its collapsing water infrastructure and upgrade it to meet the growing demand for the resource.

Parts of South Africa have been experiencing water shortages for over a year, with the country’s economic hub of Gauteng particularly hard hit. 

These outages are not due to a lack of water but rather the failure to get water from bulk suppliers to where it is consumed. 

“It is not a water scarcity issue. It is an institutional failure issue,’ Professor at the University of the Free State, Dr Anthony Turton, said. 

Get the full story at Source: Daily Investor.


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