More than 15 years after the end of the apartheid, South Africa is seeking its way between pressing economic demands and continuing social inequalities. Services - particularly water - are key.
In Soweto the Agence Française de Développement decided to play a part in the "Gcin'amanzi" programme - one of the country's most important water projects. At the halfway point the city is already saving 22 million m3 of water each year. IN a context of hydric stress this is a vital economy for the city and its inhabitants.