No quick relief for parched Gaborone

Tsolamosese water shortage
Tsolamosese water shortage

The earliest sustainable relief for the 500,000 residents of greater Gaborone from the debilitating water crisis that has deepened in the last few weeks will come mid-2017.

With another shutdown scheduled for today, and due to inflict a 75 percent deficit for the next few days, Mmegi Staff Writer, MBONGENI MGUNI, reports the words of Minerals, Energy and Water Resources minister, Kitso Mokaila who carries the nation’s hopes on his shoulders

“The thing that destroys good plans is a panicked captain. Water projects by their nature take time. They don’t happen overnight. But we will manage the problem.”

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