Potential Investment in the Water Value Chain in South Africa

Outlining Supply and Demand-side Opportunities in the Water Chain

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Scope of the report

The research report includes the following segments:
Product scope: Water Supply Chain
Geographic scope: South Africa
End-user scope: Private and Public Investors in Water Supply Chain

Overview of the South African water sector, investment opportunities, trends and challenges in the water sector, and key conclusions and recommendations have been provided in the research.

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Key Questions Answered

What does the organizational structure of the water economy of South Africa look like in terms of public participants?
Where are key opportunities in the supply side of the water value chain?
Where are key opportunities in the demand side of the water value chain?
What is the required value of investment needed over the next 10 years?
What are the challenges facing the water sector?

Table of Contents

Potential Investment in the Water Value Chain in South AfricaExecutive SummaryKey FindingsIntroductionCountry Overview—South Africa Definitionof Water Sector TermsDefinition of Water Sector Terms (continued)Overview of the South African Water SectorOverview of Water Governance in South Africa Overview of Water Governance in South Africa (continued) Water Landscape/Value ChainKey Participants in the Market—Catchment Management AreasKey Participants in the Market—Water Management Areas Key Participants in the Market—Water BoardsWater RegulationThe Financial FrameworkThe Role of COGTA and MunicipalitiesWater Tariffs, Pricing, and an Independent RegulatorInvestment OpportunitiesOpportunities in the Water Sector—DWA Strategic OverviewOpportunities in the Water Sector—DWA Strategic Overview (continued)Opportunities in the Water Sector—DWA Strategic Overview (continued)Opportunities in the Water Sector—RDIMethodology of the RDI 10-Year RoadmapAll Seven Cluster Objectives RDI Roadmap—Focus on Supply Cluster 3 (S3) Strategic RDD Programme—S3RDI Roadmap—Focus on Supply Cluster 4 (S4) Strategic Research, Development and Deployment Programme—S4RDI Roadmap—Focus on Demand Cluster 4 (D4) Strategic Research, Development and Deployment Programme—D3 Sources of Funding under the RDI RoadmapOpportunities in the Water Sector—Total InvestmentOpportunities in the Water Sector—Supply Cluster 1Opportunities in the Water Sector—Demand Cluster 3Specific Areas of High Growth in the Water SectorWater Stewardship in South AfricaCorporate Water Risks and the CDP Water ProgrammeTrends/Challenges in the Water SectorTrends/Challenges Faced by the Water SectorTrends/Challenges Faced by the Water Sector (continued)Trends/Challenges Faced by the Water Sector (continued) Strategic Conclusions and Recommendations Strategic Conclusions & RecommendationsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviationsThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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Release Date : 30-Sep-16

Region : Africa

Release Date : 30-Sep-16

Region : Africa

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