Over the past year or so we’ve written about Cape Town’s nasty sewage situation, with our update back in June a rather depressing one (HERE).
Now there’s a short film to really drive home how dire the situation is, and the aptly named ‘Bay of Sewage’ does a good job of that.
Remember the other day when we mentioned those awesome braai spots in and around the city (HERE)? Bad news on that front too, because one of the “more popular” spots looks to be quite heavily affected.
Every day, the famous Camps Bay region in Cape Town, South Africa, is discharging million of litres of untreated waste-water into our marine reserve. This is creating some serious and growing problems, for the vulnerable sea-life, for us water-users and soon for beach-goers too.
This short documentary by Cape Town filmmaker Mark Jackson lifts the lid on the scale of the challenges we face, and offers us some solutions.