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Toilet made for densely populated settlements turns waste into dollars

About half of Nairobi’s 3.3 million people don’t have access to piped water or a sewage grid. Put simply: this is a public health catastrophe that disproportionately harms women and children. Water and sanitation development projects are legion in the informal settlements of Nairobi, and yet the basics of sanitation—access, affordability, and cleanliness—barely exist.

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R17.5-billion Lesotho project set to deliver water in 2022

Phase 2 of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) should supply South Africa with water by 2022, said Lesotho Highlands Development Authority (LHDA) divisional manager Tente Tente on Monday.

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Eastern Cape joins War on Leaks

Residents in Mnquma Local Municipality in the Eastern Cape will get to play their part in helping the country prevent water wastage when he War on Leaks campaign is launched there next week.

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SA's hydrology experts meet to dicuss long-term hydrology research plan

On Monday, 31 March 2014, a team of hydrology experts met at the Water Research Commission (WRC) to explore the shape and future of hydrology research in South Africa.

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Water deal raises a stink, says mayor

Harare mayor councillor Bernard Manyenyeni has admitted that a US$144 million deal to refurbish water and sewerage reticulation systems could have been grossly over-priced since the selection of a Chinese company to carry out the project was not put to public tender. Some components were priced five times over their market value.

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