Fifteen households in Roodepan near Kimberley, Northern Cape, are flooded with raw sewage and residents are desperate for help.
The continuous sewage spillage into the Fish River in Cradock in the Eastern Cape is being remedied.
Business is slowly picking up along the Harbour after being affected by the sewage that was flowing into the port of Durban.
Graves and tombstones are sinking into raw sewage in squalid Alexandra Township, north of Joburg. Trees have also fallen on the graves causing damage.
Durban beaches have been closed and some businesses have been affected following the sewage spillage that is flowing into the port.
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) says it’s concerned about the slow progress of addressing the sewage crisis facing the Vaal District.
Johannesburg Water has denied reports that a sewage leak has contaminated water in the Coronationville area.
Residents of Homevale in Kimberley are outraged over the constant stench of sewage flowing in the area. They complain they have been living under such dire circumstances for more than a year.
Sewage is spilling onto the streets of Maokeng in Kroonstad.
Capetonians and visitors to the Mother City have been advised to avoid Clifton’s First Beach because of a sewage spill in the Atlantic ocean.