Water Governance in South Africa

VENUE: Madeline Grove Guest House, Morningside, Durban.

Water is a finite renewable resource, and life on earth as we know it would not be possible without water.  Water Governance refers to the political, social, economic, legislative and administrative systems in place that influence the use and management of water. CBSS has partnered with the Water Institute of South Africa (WISA), to present a three-day Training Course in Water Governance.

This three-day course has been designed to facilitate understanding of the principles of Water Governance from a Human Rights perspective, as well as of concepts such as Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) in the broader context of human rights, environmental management legislation and the National Water Resource Strategy (NWRS).  It facilitates understanding of water use authorisation and the circumstances under which a WUL is required, as well as of the process to apply for (and amend) a WUL.

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