MAKHUDU SEFARA | ‘Directionless and unguided’ has never been more true

Resilience is one thing, but having to endure no clean water through sheer incompetence or lack of interest is unacceptable

14 July 2022 - 20:32

Believe it or not, I arrived in Seshego, Polokwane, early on Saturday and left just before sunset on Sunday and there was no running water the whole time. And when I ask what the hell is going on, they just shrug it off as normal...

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