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R220 million needed
by Julius Klokow
20 August 2010
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Water Affairs minister, Buyelwa Sonjica, says her department needs almost R220 million to solve the water pollution problem by next year. But she says government can not afford this and will have to turn to tax payers for help. She was speaking at an AgriSA conference in Kempton Park this morning. She added that she is very concerned about the deteriorating water situation in the country.

According to the news report she indicated that special courts will be established to bring the culprits to justice who pollutes drinking water and water used for irrigation of crops.

I wonder whose responsibility it is to ensure that our water is safe. Seems that water tariffs will also be raised in future as “government will have to turn to tax payers for help” to combat pollution because the people were supposed to do it did not do their work and was caught with their pants down!



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