Email a Friend
#OperationHydrate: Some FS communities have resorted to drinking sewage water
Operation Hydrate is distributing water to communities devastated by the worst drought in over two decades.
JOHANNESBURG – As the country battles the worst drought in over two decades, Operation Hydrate says some communities in the Free State have resorted to drinking sewerage water. We appeal to the public to continue contributing in cash: Donations for water purchases : Operation Water ABSA 9314587739 #OperationHydrate
The NGO, together with Mango Airlines, Shoprite and Proudly South African, aims to distribute more than 1 million litres of drinking water to communities devastated by the dry spell.
Operation Hydrate says the situation on the ground is distressing as people and communities are desperate for drinking water.
While Mango Airlines has pledged over R500,000 towards the project and Shoprite also donating thousands of litres of water, Theba says more people need to get involved.
“We’re appealing to the public to continue donating cash and water. Every donor and volunteer truly embodies the spirit of Proudly South Africa with Ubuntu being at the heart of our relief operations.”
(Edited by Tamsin Wort)
We appeal to the public to continue contributing in cash: Donations for water purchases : Operation Water ABSA 9314587739 #OperationHydrate— Operation Hydrate (@HydrateSA) January 10, 2016
Joemat-Pettersson: Govt still committed to nuclear power
UJ beefs up security after lecture hall torched
Six men to appear in court for illegal hunting
CPUT students to meet to draft memorandum of demands
Two health officials busted for suspected fraud at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital
City of CT curbs shooting incidents with ShotSpotter tech