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Speech: 20 April
Handing over ceremony to the Kwambonambi Community
Good Morning. It gives me great pleasure to celebrate with the community of Kwambonambi as we hand over land and the accompanying lease rentals for your land that is used by Siyaqhubeka.
Press Release : 8 April
Hartbeespoort dam remediation efforts will affect access to the dam
The Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (DWAF) has announced that by the end of April 2009 certain remediation activities will be implemented that will affect access and use of parts of the Hartbeespoort Dam.
Speech: 1 April
VRESAP Function
It is indeed a great pleasure for me to be here this morning as we celebrate another important milestone in the provision of infrastructure which supports the economic development of this wonderful country of ours.
Press Release : 1 April
R2,7 billion Vaal Pipeline ready for water delivery
Minister of Water Affairs and Forestry Mrs. Lindiwe Hendricks today (Wednesday 01 April ) hosted an event to celebrate the achievement of significant milestones.
Press Release : 27 March
Water for Growth and Development Framework National Consultation Summit
The two day Water For Growth and Development Framework Stakeholder Consultation Summit convened by the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry ended at the Gallagher Estate in Midrand on Friday 27 March with the majority of delegates pledging support for the recommendations of the framework.
Speech: 26 March
Extended National Water Week Programme
Good Morning, I am very pleased to be here today not only to reflect on the achievements of Government, but also to consider the work that still has to be done.
Speech: 22 March
Minister's closing statement on the Ministerial Roundtable, "Making water a tool for development in Africa"
Good morning. It is my pleasure to report back on the outcome of the Ministerial Roundtable “Making Water a Tool for Development in Africa".
Speech: 21 March
Speech Water for Growth and Development Ministerial Roundtable, "Making water a tool for development in Africa"
Good Morning. In order to set the seen for the Roundtable discussion this morning, I am going to use this opportunity to make reference to our experiences and the work we have done in South Africa on the formulation of our Water for Growth and Development Strategy.
Tender Bulletin:
No 2580, Updated 30 April
Document: 5 March
Western Cape Water Supply System Reconcilliation Strategy Newsletter
Does Cape Town have enough water?
The Berg River catchment from which Cape Town should get all its water does not have enough water to provide in the required demand - this is why water is transferred from other catchment areas.
Document: 2 March
Water for Growth and Development Framework
Water for Growth and Development Framework,
which represents the commitment of the department to water security for the people, the economy and the environment for now and in the future.
Document: 4 November
Government Gazette 31572, Notice 521
Forest Act (122/1984): Prohibition on the making of fires in the open air: Western Cap.

Water for Growth and Development Framework

Members of the public are invited to comment on the framework which was launched/ released for consultation on 2 March 2009. Those comments should be sent to mohapin@dwaf.gov.za
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