Water wars boil over in D�Kar

MMEGI Correspondent, LEINANYANA TSIANE, was in attendance at a highly charged Kgotla meeting in D’Kar recently where residents’ anger at the persistent water shortages in their settlement finally boiled to the surface. This is her report

Kuru Development Trust officials found themselves on the back-foot at a Kgotla meeting recently, when enraged D’Kar residents demanded answers on why acute water shortages were persisting in their area despite assurances of relief.

Almost exclusively inhabited by Basarwa of the Kuru tribe, D’Kar is a village in Gantsi of about 1,000 residents which began as a farm then developed into a church-run settlement. 

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