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South Africa faces significant water challenges. Water is often not available where and when it is needed, or of the quality needed. Reasons include unpredictable rainfall, limited infrastructure, the misuse of financial resources, and poor management.
But these problems are aggravated by corruption, which extends from taps in rural villages to the systems that supply South Africa’s economic heartland.
Corruption in the water sector must be tackled: water is too important to allow its management to be undermined. At the same time, the wider political and economic challenges that drive much of this corruption must also be addressed.
Join us as we launch our research report, MONEY DOWN THE DRAIN: corruption in South Africa’s water sector, commissioned by Corruption Watch and WIN and authored by Mike Muller, former director-general of the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry.
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