DWS has initiated a thorough investigation into the recent Cholera outbreak in the City of Tshwane and Ngwathe Local Municipality.
Recent outbreaks of cholera in Hammanskraal in Gauteng and in the Free State have shed light on the critical importance of effective water.
Cholera death toll rises to 31 in South Africa. Practicing basic hygiene and taking certain precautions will help.
The City of Johannesburg is conducting monthly sampling at strategically selected points within rivers, streams and dams to test for cholera.
Cholera death toll rises to 22 as the first cholera related death in Mpumalanga province claims the life of elderly woman .
President Cyril Ramaphosa says South Africa has ‘high quality’ water, whereas the government water reports shows the opposite.
AfriForum and Save Ngwathe took water samples from the Vaal river near Parys and they have tested positive for cholera.
Teaching and learning in Hammanskraal has not been affected as the death toll due to the cholera outbreak has increased to 20.
A few police trainees at the SAPS academy in Hammanskraal have also tested positive for cholera as there is an outbreak in the area.
One of the affected families by the deadly cholera outbreak in South Africa has blamed the government for its failure to solve water woes.
South Africans are expressing outrage as a cholera outbreak claims the lives of at least 15 residents in Hammanskraal, Tshwane.
African National Congress (ANC) ‘blames’ the DA-led coalition for the cholera outbreak in Hamanskraal that killed at least 15 people.