Two months after floods devastated KwaZulu-Natal, hospitals are still operating without water. Estcourt Hospital and Prince Mshiyeni Memorial Hospital are without piped water. Nurses have been fetching water themselves to cater to patients’ needs. eNCA's Lethiwe Mdluli reports. Courtesy of #DStv403
DURBAN - Unions are blaming the water crisis affecting some KwaZulu-Natal hospitals on aging infrastructure.
Following devastating floods in the province, hospitals such as Prince Mshiyeni were left without running water for an extended period of time, forcing patients and staff to fetch water from JoJo tanks.
Water has since been restored, but unions say the problem has not been resolved and will continue to exist.