'Water shedding could become a reality in SA'
An engineering consulting firm says water shedding is going to differ from one area to the next.
JOHANNESBURG - There are fresh warnings today about the possibility of nationwide water-shedding caused by infrastructure neglect and the natural resources available in South Africa.
Engineering consulting firm Gibb held a roundtable today about the water situation in the country, looking at both the problem and the required solutions.
The firm's Wiero Vogelzang says, "Water-shedding is a reality that we're going to have to accept at some stage. The level of it is going to be different in different areas."