Solving the Western Cape’s water crisis and others in Southern Africa through gravity-driven water delivery systems Submission Details
Author: Kerry Botha from Pleiades Media.
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The Trans Africa Water Alliance (TAWA) was registered in 1972 by Dr Konstant Bruinette an expert in the field of water with over 30 years of experience delivering water successfully to Gauteng via the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP), for which he was the team leader in the early 80’s. Thirty years on Phase Two of the LHWP is underway. The proposed TAWA plan is to supply fresh water from the major rivers in Southern Africa, the Orange River, the Kunene River and the Zambezi River, by gravity with no pumping, to the thirsty countries of Namibia, South Africa and Botswana.
About Dr Bruinette
Dr. Konstant Bruinette has a PhD in structural engineering from the University of Illinois, USA, where the National Aeronautical and Space Administration (NASA) funded his doctoral thesis on the Analysis of Space Frames. He received MSc(Eng) and BSc(Eng) degrees from the University of Pretoria – both Cum Laude.
He is a member of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering and a Professional Engineer registered with the Engineering Council of South Africa. He was for many years a member of the American Association of Civil Engineers as well as a Board member of the Foundation of Research Development, a sister organization of the CSIR.
He is a leader of people and businesses with strong engineering, technical and innovative skills.
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