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Wichita considers treating sewer water for use as drinking water in future

Turning sewer water into drinking water may be the future of Wichita’s water supply, city officials said this week.

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Most Southern African countries to miss 2015 MDG Water and Sanitation targets

More than 40 million people in Southern Africa who should have received access to safe drinking water by 2015 will miss out, and 73 million will go without basic sanitation due to investment shortfalls, according to a report released on Monday.

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Water supply at Harare hospital set to improve

The water situation at Harare Central Hospital is set to improve following the commissioning of a 2,5 million litres underground reservoir at the health institution.

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Limpopo farmers to use water efficiently

Limpopo farmers will now be able to use water efficiently following the recent training of agricultural scientists and advisors in Polokwane.

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1 300 Schools in Namibia have no toilets

Government has admitted battling with the provision of sanitation at schools after it emerged that more than 1 300 out of 1 723 schools have no toilet facilities countrywide.

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