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Water, Sewage & Effluent

March-April 2018

Publié sur dans “Business”, langue – English. 44 pages.
When Cyril Ramaphosa was elected South Africa’s new president, word was that he had inherited a ‘poisoned chalice’, what with gangsters and others in his ‘top six’. But at least he can reshuffle if so needs be, whereas the new Minister of Water and Sanitation, Gugile Nkwinti, has seriously been handed a poisoned ministry from outgoing minister Nomvula Mokonyane — and he has nowhere to go. It also doesn’t help that he too has come in under a cloud of controversy. Plus
Industry Has the future dried up for mining? The mining industry has not escaped the devastation caused by El Niño and careful planning is needed to ensure a sustainable future. 16 Debate Back to the future? Vetiver grass presents a low-tech, low-cost, highly sustainable add-on solution to treating wastewater. 24 Infrastructure How to build a 50Mℓ self-cleaning reservoir Pre-cast elements are used to build the colossal 15m-high Mafenya Reservoir in North West Province. We investigate the unique, Plus
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