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Flooded and Forgotten (Part 1 of 3)

Created on 28 August 2009
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This is a tragic story where the Apartheid South African Government built Inanda Dam to supply the City of Durban with water. However, early floods resulted in the dam filling up and flooding out the communities who were still to be resettled. They lost everything and 22 years later they are still waiting for compensation and the restoration of their livelihoods.

Watch also part 2 and part 3

More info: Environmental Monitoring Group
Produced by: Liane Greeff for the Environmental Monitoring Group
Year: 2007
Language: English



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