South Africa may turn to private sector for help with mine-water pollution (video)

26 March 2012

Mining - March 23, 2012

JOHANNESBURG -- The South African government is considering turning to the private sector to help it close the prevailing funding gap to implement projects to deal with the serious acid mine drainage (AMD) problem being experienced across the Witwatersrand basins, Water and Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa revealed on Thursday.

Newly uploaded video on ICA's African Water Infrastructure & Climate Change News Youtube channel.

Categories: Water

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