Finance savvy wastewater treatment options  Numerous industries utilise water in their process towards the production of value added products. More often than not, the byproduct of this production process is a wastewater stream. As part of the enterprise’s water and wastewater management strategy, management needs to...

The textile industry in developing countries such as Lesotho, India and South Africa contributes towards a large portion of blue collar jobs and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for their respective countries.The Lesotho, Indian and South African textile industries employ fifty thousand, thirty five million and eighty...

Climate change is a global crisis which invariably brings with it a multitude of socio-economic and environmental concerns. Water scarcity and drought are high on the list, especially in developing countries in Sub Saharan Africa due to their low coping and economic assistance capacities. The issue...

An article written by Kyle Venktess of Fin 24 investigated the effects of the loss of potable water in South Africa through poor infrastructure. Venktess stated that over a third of South Africas water is lost due to aged and leaking infrastructure before it can...

An article by Mohalenyane Phakela of the Lesotho Times in a November 2018 article reveals that a potable water crisis in Lesotho is looming. Phakela cited that the prevailing dry spells in the country have set Lesotho on course for erratic potable water supply. The...

An article written by Lindsay Boyce a guest writer for The Water Project reflected on the imbalances of water availability within Lesotho’s population. “Economically, Lesotho depends on its water resources to create revenue for the country” Boyce writes. This is evident in the high economic...

Delia Paul a thematic expert for poverty reduction, rights and governance revealed that the Global Water Partnership (GWP) network is supporting the Lesotho government to revise its national water and sanitation policy. The review process began in 2016 and continued through to 2018. The process was...