Johannesburg is set to spend R340m over the next three years to jack up its infrastructure to ensure continuous supply of water to the metro’s 6-million residents.

This was revealed by Johannesburg Water managing director Ntshavheni Mukwevho at a media briefing on Tuesday...

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