African Infrastructure Tracker: South Africa's Water Infrastructure

Water Supply Infrastructure Dominates Development

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As a part of the African Infrastructure Tracker research service, South Africa's Water Infrastructure provides an analysis of current and future water infrastructure developments in the country. It covers demand trends, funding challenges, and investment opportunities. Further, the analysis highlights key participants in the sector and provides an overview of key current and future projects across the following sub-sectors: abstraction, distribution, water treatment, and wastewater treatment infrastructure. This research study also provides an investment analysis breakdown and provides strategic market predictions.

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African Infrastructure Tracker, OverviewIntroductionProject IntroductionAfrican Infrastructure Tracker, Executive SummarySummaryProject DetailsAfrican Infrastructure Tracker, Project OverviewOverviewProject MethodologyAfrican Infrastructure Tracker, Country Water Infrastructure OverviewWater Infrastructure OverviewWater InfrastructureAfrican Infrastructure Tracker, Sector ParticipantsParticipantsKey ParticipantsAfrican Infrastructure Tracker, Abstraction InfrastructureAbstractionAbstraction AnalysisAfrican Infrastructure Tracker, Distribution InfrastructureDistributionDistribution AnalysisAfrican Infrastructure Tracker, Water Treatment Water Treatment InfrastructureWater Treatment AnalysisAfrican Infrastructure Tracker, Wastewater TreatmentWastewaterWastewater Treatment AnalysisAfrican Infrastructure Tracker, Investment AnalysisInvestmentInvestment OverviewAfrican Infrastructure Tracker, ConclusionsFinal ConclusionsProject Analysis




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