Header
Latest News
Home / News / General News / Not a flamingo in sight
Amphibic Design - Websites - Graphibic Design
The DFA Today - 20161006

Not a flamingo in sight

Kimberley’s Kamfers Dam, once a home to the largest permanent population of lesser flamingos in Southern Africa, has virtually dried up with not a single flamingo in sight.
Sol Plaatje Municipality spokesman, Sello Matsie, yesterday admitted that several factors, including the drought, the broken Gogga Pump Station as well as the the fact that treated effluent water from Homevale was being distributed to “other stakeholders”, had caused a “drastic decrease” in the water supply to Kamfers Dam.


DFA
Oct 6 2016



©1999-2016 Independent Online. All rights strictly reserved.

Aeon Computer Kimberley

About Webmaster

x

Check Also

Today in Kimberley's History

TODAY IN KIMBERLEY’S HISTORY 04 FEBRUARY

4 February 1884, West Indian Samuel Trott, murders storekeeper John Jackson in ...

TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES: 10 & 11 January 2020

ROAD CLOSURES: Jacobus Smit Avenue (Between Birbeck and Cronin Road), Gerrit Schouten ...

Website by amphibic.design