Picket against “water apartheid”

There’s enough water - the problem is allocation, says protester


Brief | 8 December 2023

Clean our “stinking” canal, demand Moeggesukkel shack dwellers

Nelson Mandela Bay ward councillor promises they will get water by Christmas and electricity in January


Brief | 29 November 2023

Limpopo villagers have to pray for rain or buy borehole water

Two villages in the Malamulele region don’t have access to clean running water, despite the municipality installing boreholes there.


News | 14 November 2023

Almost a third of Limpopo residents have no access to piped water

Human Rights Commission report slams failure of water supply in Limpopo

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News | 23 October 2023

It’s tough to be old and without water in Joburg

“I’ve fallen down carrying a bucket of water with no one here to help me”


News | 19 October 2023

Millions spent but 7 years later still no water for Eastern Cape villagers

Water project for Libode started in 2016


News | 18 October 2023

Protesters from 68 Eastern Cape villages converge in Bhisho to demand clean water

Representatives march to the provincial office of COGTA under the banner of the Inyanda National Land Movement


News | 16 October 2023

Protest after Joburg suburb without tap water for over 50 days

Frustrated South Hills residents blocked main roads and burnt tyres


News | 12 October 2023

Karoo towns fail to keep water clean

The Kannaland municipality also does not conduct all the water tests it is supposed to


News | 5 October 2023

Children frolic in flood water as only pool in Brown’s Farm remains closed

The pool in Philippi has been closed since August when it was vandalised during the taxi protests


Brief | 29 September 2023

Taps have been dry for years in Frazer informal settlement

EThekwini Municipality says projects are underway to build proper water infrastructure


News | 27 September 2023

“I saw my shoes float on water and heard my cat meow”

Western Cape mops up after devastating floods

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News | 26 September 2023

Hundreds flee flooded homes as storms batter Western Cape

Man dies, apparently from electrocution

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News | 25 September 2023

Cape Town’s long history of struggling for enough water

Science for the People seminar tells the story of the city’s water supply since 1650


News | 12 September 2023

Farmer seeks ‘pardon’ for illegally enlarging dam

The application raises concerns over water use in the Western Cape


News | 12 September 2023