Nelson Mandela Bay on brink of a water crisis

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Kouga Dam supplies parts of Nelson Mandela Bay, the Sarah Baartman District Municipality and its citrus farming industry. Photo: Lubabalo Ngcukana
Kouga Dam supplies parts of Nelson Mandela Bay, the Sarah Baartman District Municipality and its citrus farming industry. Photo: Lubabalo Ngcukana

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As one crosses the provincial borders into the Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality, one sees a large billboard that reads: “Save our thirsty bay! Nelson Mandela Bay is a water-scarce area.”

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