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Limpopo water project faces forensic investigation

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There will be a forensic investigation into the multi-billion rand Nandoni-Nsami Bulk Water Pipeline Project in Limpopo after Water and Sanitation Minister Gugile Nkwinti announced it on Saturday.

The project, which started in 2014, was meant to supply the water-strapped Giyani area in the province’s north-east.

However, construction of the pipeline has been marred by several work stoppages and court cases since inception.

Villages in the Giyani area still do not have running water.

Nkwinti says the investigation will look into where the R3.5 billion spent on the project thus far has gone.

He says: “R3.5 billion is gone and you are telling me you don’t have water, this tells you there is a problem. There will have to be a forensic investigation.”

“When I look at the budget spent and the what it has done in terms of value for money there is a disjuncture,” adds Nkwinti.

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City of Cape Town tightens belt on water saving

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The City of Cape Town is pleading to residents to use water sparingly. This is after the Dam level reached 40,4% . The Executive mayor of the City of Cape Town Patricia De Lille on Thursday said saving water is not optional. “We are in the midst of a severe drought. Dam levels are far too low
Source: The New Age

Cape Town water usage exceeds target

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RESIDENTS are ignoring calls to cut down their water consumption. The city of Cape Town recently aired its frustrations about the average daily consumption, which remained a cause for concern despite repeated calls for residents to cut down on water use. The city said it had made several requests to residents of Cape Town in
Source: The New Age

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