Water crisis in South Africa is nowhere near ending. Rural areas are subjected to drinking unclean and unhealthy water. This is heartbreaking, as people continuously vote and put leaders in power to serve them. Unfortunately nothing is changing, and residents seem to be on their own.
The dams in the Eastern Cape are reported to have had their levels still below 50% despite rains that have been falling .The Nelson Mandela Municipality and the Sarah Baartman district are reported to be some of the places in Eastern Cape that have been severely affected by drought .
The planned water shutdown that was scheduled to hit some parts of Gauteng province took off as scheduled . The reason for the water shutdown that is set to be completed after 54 hours is for the purposes of maintenance work to be conducted . It will enable the water supplier to work on the raw water pipe that supplies the Vereeniging water purification plant .As a result of this operation , the water supply will be impacted negatively .
South Africa's water problem is far from over. Drinking filthy and unsafe water is a problem in rural regions. People continue to vote and put officials in power to serve them, which is tragic. Regrettably, nothing appears to be changing, and residents appear to be on their own.
Nit flushing the toilet after using it is seen as a bad habit and very untudy. There is a saying that says, " if it's yellow, let it mellow, if it's brown flush it." This is to remind people about the importance of conserving water.
Nandoni Dam (Nandoni meaning "the iron smelting ovens" in Venda language), previously known as the Mutoti Dam, is an earth-fill/concrete type dam in Limpopo province, South Africa. It is located on the Luvuvhu River near the villages of ha-Mutoti and ha-Budeli and ha-Mphego just a few kilometres from Thohoyandou in the district of Vhembe.
Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Rulani Mokwena has paid tribute to the influence of Denis Onyango after his penalty heroics ended the club's 14-year MTN8 trophy drought. This guy is technically Manqoba's assistant but he acts like he is charge, even Best Coach Awards in the World recognised Manqoba.
On June 17, China organized a high-level event to mark Desertification and Drought Day 2021 in Chinese, including an academic forum to promote high-quality development to combat desertification in Xian City of the Shaanxi Province. Ministry officials from the National Forestry and Grassland Administration introduced the event and gave speeches.
https://www.facebook.com/livestockconservancy/photos/a.10150160558393734/10159539918493734/?type=3 Perennial death of cattle in the world's arid and semi-arid areas, must be a thing of the past if cattle farmers engage in feedlot livestock management. Some places has in decades been experiencing severe drought in the drylands, where 90 percent of beef animals are kept.
An update has been given regarding the Eastern Cape dam levels .It was reported that the dam levels were below 50%. The report highlighted that the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan and the Sarah Baartman were the most affected with drought . It was revealed that most parts of Eastern Cape have been hit with drought for more than 10 years , which has seen dam levels dropping below the 50% mark .
South Africa is known for its rich culture and magnificent landscapes. These massive dams are currently the most popular tourist attraction sites even though some were built for irrigation, electricity production, and domestic and industrial use. You will love your visit to the largest dams in South Africa and our list will help you decide which one to view first.
The Himba are an indigenous people who live in northern Namibia, the Kunene Region (formerly Kaokoland), and on the other side of the Kunene River in southern Angola. Their population is estimated to be around 50,000. There are also a few OvaTwa communities left, who are likewise OvaHimba but hunter-gatherers.
There is an old saying which goes by "If you want to boil a frog alive, boil it slowly and increase the heat". The saying was insinuating that many people would never notice when things are going wrong until it's too late to reverse the course.
https://ewn.co.za/2021/11/08/list-of-areas-that-ll-be-affected-by-rand-water-s-54-hour-water-outage?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - As the nation fights with load shedding, portions of Gauteng are set see low water supply one week from now. Supply to specific regions in Johannesburg looks set to be upset from next Monday as Rand Water chips away at a line that provisions their Vereeniging water refinement plant.
Makhehleni Makhaula, the captain of AmaZulu, has refused to dismiss an out-of-sorts Kaizer Chiefs ahead of a crucial DStv Premiership match this weekend. After winning one match, the Chiefs have only garnered five points from 15 in their first five games, and their trophy drought looks certain to continue for a seventh consecutive season.
https://www.news24.com/fin24/Economy/drought-squeezes-brazils-electricity-supply-20210903 Brazil's most exceedingly terrible dry season in just about a century is compromising power supply and basic harvests, pushing up energy and food costs all at once the nation was expecting to begin recuperating from the monetary aftermath of the Covid pandemic. The nation of 213 million individuals depends on hydropower for 66% of its power, yet critical dams are at close record lows of not exactly a quarter full.
Date:11/09/2021 Source:https://www.facebook.com/144985128871748/posts/4339372156099670/?sfnsn=scwspmo The city of Cape Town doesn't want to experience what they have been going through in the past year's where they were having water problems in the province, which has caused the city to dig deep into their pockets to make sure that they provide the people of this town with water which is very important for the health of the people.
Shortage of water in SouthAfrica is becoming an issue to many places.People are really struggling when it comes to getting water,it is painful because water is something a person cannot live without. The situation is forcing people to drink and use water that is not purified,and by so doing it brings out diseases to the people especially to the children.
Drought has been plaguing the Eastern Cape since 2016, prompting provincial DA leaders to seek President Cyril Ramaphosa to intervene and assist more than 400 distressed farmers in the region on Friday. The party demanded that the government intervene quickly in a number of drought-stricken districts to help commercial and subsistence farmers.
The water supply of Cape Town and its surroundings through the Western Cape Provinces Water System (WCWS) is stable at 101.82%, compared to 101.76% last week. Phase 3 points out that in the event of a system failure, Cape Town for a limited period will be unable to draw water from the dams of the Western Cape water supply system.