This year, AfriForum supports the Go Green Knysna Project. This document serves as a guide and programme to get everyone involved to promote the conservation of trees and the expansion of ecosystem services. AfriForum arbor month.pdf
The civil rights organisation AfriForum tested the quality of drinking and sewage water in 156 South African towns during May and July this year. The drinking water of three towns (Ellisras, Heilbron and Villiers) did not meet the national standards … Continue reading
AfriForum has brought an application in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA), 2 of 2000, against the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS), to acquire the work permits of 31 Cuban engineers employed by the DWS.
Ammonia levels in the Hartenbos River have significantly increased as a result of breakdowns at the sewage plant that caused pure ammonia to spill into the river. Polluted water also flowed across the road and seeped into the Hartenbos River … Continue reading
Welkom’s drinking water is clean, safe for use and meets all health standards. AfriForum has confirmed this fact with Sedibeng Water.