FSE’s submission to the South African Human Rights Commission on the status of the Section 63 Vaal River System Intervention

Notwithstanding the SAHRC’s findings pursuant to the Commission’s investigation in September, 2018, namely that: – the Emfuleni Municipality caused the sewage pollution of the Vaal, – the DWS and the DEFF had not been able to hold the Emfuleni Municipality accountable,  – there was extensive non-compliance at all spheres of government, Compliance with the following […]

Report on the Sustainable Resource Management Project to ensure water security in the Limpopo River Basin.

The FSE recently participated in a sustainable resource management project to ensure water security in the Limpopo River Basin, an initiative for a transboundary hydro-economic model (SusTraL project).  The SusTraL project is bringing together research institutions in South Africa (University of Cape Town, Federation for Sustainable Environment), Germany (Kiel University; Kiel Institute for the World Economy), Botswana […]

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