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WATER SUMMARY
Urban Municipality Water Infrastructure Current reality
Bothaville Bulk Supply The capacity of the bulk water infrastructure has been improved by the addition of the new water pressure tower and reservoir, which serve as temporary alleviation of the bulk capacity problem in the Kgotsong area.
Future development in the area will however necessitate the construction of a new 5 MI reservoir and the upgrading of the bulk supply pipeline
Water Reticulation The existing erven in Bothaville, except the new Meyerhof extension have access to a water reticulation and all connection are metered.
No reticulation in a portion of 270 erven in Kgotsong which were planned by where no settlement has taken place to date
Recent extensions of Kgotsong are provided with a skeleton water network with prepaid communal standpipes.
 Illegal connections evident in zones with prepaid communal standpipes.
All remaining erven in Kgotsong have access to a water reticulation.
The majority of erven in Kgotsong are not provided with water meters.
No reticulation in the eastern part of the industrial area
Inadequate regular maintenance of the existing network.
Wesselsbron Bulk Supply The bulk water supply and storage capacity are sufficient for the entire urban area.
Water Reticulation Extension 10 in Wesselsbron has no water reticulation
Only parts of Extension 11 along the road have access to reticulation
All the remaining erven in Wesselsbron have access to a water reticulation and are provided with metered connections
Extensions 12 & 13 in Monyakeng of 1 125 erven are not provide with a reticulation
All remaining 5 538 erven in Monyakeng have access to a reticulation including water meters
Inadequate maintenance

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