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NATIONAL WATER WEEK 2010

Minister`s National Water Week Message 2010 This year’s National Water Week is an historic event in the calendar of water activities. It comes at a time when South Africans are bracing themselves for the FIFA World Cup tournament in June\July, an event that will attract thousands of international visitors to our shores. It is therefore […]

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VIDEO: Precious water in the Namib Desert

When water is scarce we tend to appreciate it more.  Nature has come up with ingenious ways of collecting and saving water.  Water Rhapsody rainwater harvesting and grey water systems can help you collect and conserve precious water.  Rainwater needs to be stored in rainwater tanks; we supply and install the full range of JoJo […]

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Easy water saving tips

What you can do to save water at home IN THE BATHROOM: Turn the water off while brushing your teeth. Letting the tap run for two minutes while brushing your teeth twice a day could be wasting as much as 33 litres of water. Rather fill a glass with water and rinse your mouth and […]

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Water at the core of climate change impacts

Desertification, flash floods, melting glaciers, heatwaves, cyclones or water-borne diseases such as cholera are among the impacts of global warming inextricably tied to water. And competition for supplies might cause conflicts. “The main manifestations of rising temperatures…are about water,” said Zafar Adeel, chair of UN-Water which coordinates work on water among 26 U.N. agencies. “It […]

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Rainwater harvesting needs political buy-in to relieve water poverty

Water is unlike other scarce natural resources: it underpins all aspects of society, from ecology to agriculture to industry – and it has no known substitutes. Like oxygen, water is fundamental to life. Water is also an integral part of the production systems that generate wealth and guarantees well-being.  Water provision is the most basic […]

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Hartbeespoort Dam drinking water unsafe

Authorities have finally admitted the drinking water sourced from the Hartbeespoort Dam is not safe. Last month Eyewitness News reported on a serious sewerage spill at the dam. At the time the Madibeng Municipality insisted the tap water in the area was safe.

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New Water Rhapsody franchise in Mpumalanga & Limpopo

Water Rhapsody will help you to save water and money. Our water systems include rainwater harvesting and greywater recycling products specifically tailored to your needs (see our product demo for simple demonstrations of our water systems). We are authorized JoJo Water Tank dealers for Mpumalanga and Limpopo and can supply the full range of JoJo […]

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Hello world! Who are we?

Water Rhapsody & Yes Solar Mpumalanga & Limpopo Water conservation systems and solar energy solutions Water Rhapsody Mpumalanga offers water tank installation, rainwater harvesting, grey water recycling and water-saving devices for swimming pools and water-saving toilet flush mechanisms (see product demo).  Our water systems can be retrofitted or built into new buildings and can be […]

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