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Recent Africa water news:

  • Farmers lose out to Tanzania hydropower
    Dar es Salaam – Tanzania, home to Mt Kilimanjaro and the Serengeti National Park, has a tradition of protecting land for the sake of ecological diversity and beauty. Now the country has a new reason to add to its protected sites list: electricity. Faced with drought that has cut hydropower production in the face of […]
  • South Africa: Water and Sanitation On Water Transfer From Heyshope Dam to Morgenstond and Grootdraai Dams
    PRESS RELEASE The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) will on Tuesday, 30 June 2015 from 09h00, pump water from Heyshope Dam to the Geelhoutboom station to transfer to the Morgenstond and Grootdraai Dams which are very low due to the dry season and poor rainfall levels. The Geelhoutboom pump station was strategically built to […]
  • Zimbabwe: Elections – Mnangagwa Promises Byo Zambezi Water
    VICE President Emmerson Mnangagwa claimed Saturday that the government has several deals in its pocket to revive collapsed Bulawayo industries, adding that the city’s water problems would also soon end with the implementation of long-mooted Zambezi water project. While officiating at the opening of a wholesale business owned by Bulawayo businessman and long-time Zanu PF […]

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