Scientist warns that contaminated rivers could spark health crisis

Cholera outbreak lurks in province’s toxic rivers

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Parts of the Eastern Cape may be on the brink of a cholera outbreak as a result of local government’s abuse of the province’s watercourses.

The DispatchLIVE (http://www.dispatchlive.co.za) series The Stinking Truth (https://www.dispatchlive.co.za/stinking-truth/) has confirmed that river water used on Eastern Cape farms and in villages is highly contaminated with untreated sewage...

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