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Lepelle Northen Water

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Address: 1 Landdros Mare St, Polokwane Central, Polokwane, 0699
Phone: 015 295 1800
Email: info@lepelle.com

LEPELLE NORTHERN WATER ACKNOWLEDGE CONTINUED AND UNWARRANTED MEDIA STATEMENT RELEASED WITH ITS CONTENTS WHICH HAVE BEEN NOTED ABOUT SAND WATER EXTRACTION PROJECT IMPLEMENTED BY LEPELLE NORTHERN WATER

LEPELLE NORTHERN WATER ACKNOWLEDGE CONTINUED AND UNWARRANTED MEDIA STATEMENT RELEASED WITH ITS CONTENTS WHICH HAVE BEEN NOTED ABOUT SAND WATER EXTRACTION PROJECT IMPLEMENTED BY LEPELLE NORTHERN WATER This media statement relates to several issues which Lepelle Northern Water (LNW) firmly believe require response to clear any confusion that may be there from members of the […]

The interim board of Lepelle Northern Water welcomes Monday’s final judgment by the Gauteng High Court

The interim board of Lepelle Northern Water welcomes Monday’s final judgment by the Gauteng High Court that in effect instates them in the positions with which they have been entrusted upon their appointments on 29 May this year after the term of the outgoing board had lapsed. The ruling sets aside an urgent application by […]

0VERSIGHT VISIT BY THE INTERIM BOARD OF LEPELLE NORTHERN WATER TO GIYANI BWS DROUGHT RELIEF

23 July 2020   OVERSIGHT VISIT BY THE INTERIM BOARD OF LEPELLE NORTHERN WATER TO GIYANI BWS DROUGHT RELIEF (NANDONI TO NSAMI – BULK WATER PIPELINE), GIYANI WATER SERVICES PROJECTS AND SAND RIVER WATER EXTRACTION PROJECTS The Interim Board of Lepelle Northern Water (LNW) was appointed with effect from 29 May 2020. The Interim Board […]

Drought situation in Limpopo Province negatively affects Lepelle Northern Water’s mandate of potable water supply to several municipalities.

The severe drought having affected for the whole country spread also to Limpopo Province. Limpopo Province being a drought prone province faces challenges of drought from time, affecting water resources. In the last two years the province received below average rainfall in mostly eastern areas of the province including Mopani and Waterberg Districts. Water resources […]

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Limpopo’s dam levels a great concern.

The Department of Water and Sanitation is urging water users in the province to continue to use water sparingly as dam levels have been dropping drastically week on week due to lack of rain in some parts of the province. This comes after the Minister of Human settlement Water and Sanitation, Lindiwe Sisulu this week […]

The declining dam levels in the province are a major concern

The Department of Water and Sanitation in Limpopo encourages water consumers in the province to prioritise water conservation as the water situation is at an alarming level. A weekly report by the department shows that the province’s average dam level Has dropped to 51,6% in the past week. The province has experienced exceedingly hot temperatures […]