P300m To Fix Bursting North-South Pipe


Government will spend P300m to fix once and for all a troublesome 26km stretch of the North South Water Carrier (NSC1), President Ian Khama announced Friday as the united opposition, the Umbrella For Democratic Change (UDC) marched throughout the city demanding restoration of water and electricity services.

On the same day, Khama commissioned the Masama wellfields whose water sources are expected to augment supply  from the North-South Water Carrier (NSC).

In what was evidently a direct response to the march by the UDC, when Khama announced that government would  overhaul the troublesome 26km stretch of the NSC, he said the government would be responding to the nightmare of bursting pipes in villages by maintaining and replacing the leaking pipes.

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