KCS calls for increased water conservation efforts

What happened to our water
What happened to our water

Kalahari Conservation Society (KCS) has decried low water conservation awareness among Batswana, saying wastage continues unabated in many households.

The conservation body has called on citizens to contribute meaningfully towards water conservation initiatives as these can no longer be an exclusive mandate of the water authorities alone.  

Acting KCS chief executive officer, Baboloki Autlwetse said that locally, issues of water conservation are thought to be a preserve of government and its agencies.

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