Being Green - 19 Jan 24 - Gaathier Mahed, senior lecturer in geosciences at Nelson Mandela University

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In Being Green this week, Glynis Crook speaks to Gaathier Mahed, a senior lecturer in geosciences at Nelson Mandela University, about an ancient system of drawing water from aquifers called a qanat. Not only is this ingenious method of water supply recognised by UNESCO as an outstanding example of traditional technology, but it is also an environmentally-friendly option.
19 Jan English South Africa Health & Fitness

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