Trouble in the land of plenty

Sleeping giant: Letsibogo dam
Sleeping giant: Letsibogo dam

Mmadinare is the home village of a 100 million cubic metre water body that is presently pumping 60 million litres a day to the Greater Gaborone area.

In fact, Gaborone and its surrounding areas would shrivel and dry up without Letsibogo Dam, which has now come to replace the failed Gaborone Dam.

While the 500,000 or so residents of Greater Gaborone enjoy the clear, clean Letsibogo Dam waters, consumers in the host village are licking dry lips, thirsty for even a drop.

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