Wednesday, October 20, 2010

South African water dangerous to drink

Note by Marc Aupiais

A reliable source sent me an article by I-net Bridge. Major retailers have reportedly claimed, along with an agriculture union that South African water supplies are dangerously contaminated, including with E.Coli.

Woolworths, according to a different source- last night's newspaper- has denied claims that it is refusing products for E. Coli, but in the I Net Bridge article has said that it is always glad of suppliers watching water quality. Suppliers have allegedly claimed that Woolworths is rejecting some products.

Spar and Pick 'n Pay are quoted as concerned about products.

South Africa is a major supplier of foodstuffs to Europe. It is feared local markets may be flooded with export goods if they now fail standards.

We cannot verify the claims, as the main Scripturelink News resource centre is experiencing serious technical difficulties.

Our source is generally reliable, and has been keeping us up to date on the situation for a long time now. This is the first time that evidence has seemingly definitely swung against government claims on water.

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