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Inside South Africa’s HIV and AIDS capital Gert Sibande District

Having a job is meant to improve poorer people’s livelihoods, but a dash through Mpumalanga’s Gert Sibande district tells a different story. The district, whose key economic activities include mining, agriculture and forestry, is characterized by high levels of seasonal and migrant workers – and has been classified a district with the highest HIV prevalence … more

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Managers on thin ice

Municipal managers in three municipalities are facing various charges ranging from failure to address sewage spills and failure to provide sanitation in their municipalities. The penalties provided for in the environmental legislation, if the parties are convicted, range from substantial fines up to a maximum of R10 million for the municipality to direct imprisonment for … more

Less than half of Mpumalanga’s people have proper toilets

In their report, which was released on March 11, 2014, the South African Human Rights Commission found that nearly half of Mpumalanga’s four million-strong population has insufficient access to sanitation. Only 43.8% use flushing toilets while 1.4% of the population depends on chemical toilets, 12.1% depend on ventilated pit-latrines and 0.9% on bucket toilets. A … more