Scientists Cite Evidence Of Lower Water Flows, Poorer Quality In Southern African Region

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The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research says the Southern African region is experiencing increasing temperatures at twice the global average. The result? Severe drought and water shortages. Scientists have raised concerns about the lower volumes and quality of water in South Africa. The country remains in the grip of a drought that's not expected to ease any time soon. CCTV's Yolisa Njamela has the story.
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South Africa