Septic menace from on high


Septic menace from on high

Sewage from a cliff-top development in De Kelders threatens to poison the water supply of the Southern Cape hamlet.

If the De Kelders water supply ever tastes foul – well, maybe it is. Because the village has a bloody great sewage tank perched right above its water supply. De Kelders is a charming little hamlet situated close to the much less charming fishing and shark cage-diving town of Gansbaai, Western Cape. It sits on a cliff overlooking Walker Bay and locals will tell you that the whale-watching is even better than it is in nearby Hermanus.

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