JOHANNESBURG - South Africa may have the cleanest drinking water in the world and is one of only a handful of African countries where it's safe to consume directly from the tap but this isn't the case for some parts of the country.
The picture could change drastically if officials don't pay more care to bolstering infrastructure development and maintenance.
Recent droughts may have brought water issues into sharp focus but are we talking enough about how we care for the little water we have?
Researchers argue the country is approaching crisis point.
eNCA reporter Nickolaus Bauer takes a look at what experts are calling a disaster in the making.