Joburg to spend R340m over three years for water supply in the metro
Spending commitment on infrastructure follows water supply reductions in parts of Joburg blamed on power cuts
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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