Busi Mavuso | Water way to go: New councils must be held to account on keeping taps open

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Regardless of the developments at a national level, the success of the plans to ensure we don’t get overwhelmed by the crisis rests largely with municipalities, says Busi Mavuso.

South Africans, begrudgingly, have learned to cope with load shedding but as detested as the bouts of darkness may be, they will be aggravated by regular water cuts if we do not act to avert them. Much responsibility rests with newly elected municipal officials.

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