DWS media statements Oct 2022


Month:  [October \/]

19 Oct 2022Dam levels in Mpumalanga continue to drop
19 Oct 2022Grootdraai Dam drops to 90%
18 Oct 2022Minister Mchunu assures African farmers of support from the Department of Water and Sanitation
18 Oct 2022DWS continues to engage its stakeholders on the National Pricing Strategy on Raw Water Use
17 Oct 2022More water to be made available to Rand Water as a temporary measure to meet potable water demand- Minister Mchunu
15 Oct 202215 October is Global Handwashing Day
14 Oct 2022Deputy Minister Mahlobo implores Limpopo residents to refrain from vandalising water infrastructure
13 Oct 2022KwaZulu-Natal dam levels remain steady ahead of expected summer rains
13 Oct 2022Department of Water and Sanitation encourages good hygiene in Mossel Bay
12 Oct 2022Kwena Dam dips below 90%
10 Oct 2022Department of Water and Sanitation awards bursaries to school learners
10 Oct 2022Benjamin Primary drama comes third in Baswa Le Meetse National Adjudications
06 Oct 2022Update on Free State dam levels
06 Oct 2022Minister Mchunu reassures Giyani residents that water is on the way to their taps
06 Oct 2022Deputy Minister Magadzi urges Kraaifontein’s community to safeguard infrastructure
06 Oct 2022DWS encourages communities to report water leaks and vandalism of water infrastructure
05 Oct 2022Water levels continue to drop in Mpumalanga
05 Oct 2022Grootdraai Dam stable at 93.3%
03 Oct 2022Water and Sanitation Education Programme aims to bring in more young people into the sector
02 Oct 2022Progressive Work Underway on Giyani Project