From the guest editor
The past is known for an epoch of overflowing and abundant resources. The present reality predicts the next World War to most likely be fought due to water scarcity. This is also true for South Africa, being the world’s 30th driest country and where water conservation, and water-use efficiency is a key national priority to address water scarcity.
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