Traditional Authorities Sector Departments Irrigation Boards WUAs Mines/Industry Forums Municipalities Commercial Farmers Foresters Emerging Farmers CBOs NGOs Cross –Broader Institutions Academia (Schools/Universities) International Private organisations, etc… 5
INKOMATI CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AGENCY 6 Komati and Sabie/Sand catchments water security currently acceptable Crocodile under water stress (shortages of 160 million m 3 per year) due to: –Available water already allocated according to previous Water Act –Growth in Municipal water use Major growth in industrial and housing projects Inefficiency of water use within municipalities –Higher demands from Mozambique regarding minimum flows at border Water stress – huge risk for agriculture & other sectors
INKOMATI CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AGENCY 9 Purpose is to ensure that the nation's water resources are protected, used, developed, conserved, managed and controlled CMAs established to improve decentralised decision making with the stakeholders and thereby improve water resources management FOUNDING PRINCIPLES OF THE NWA Efficiency Sustain- ability Equity
INKOMATI CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AGENCY DWS Priorities: Contribute to Economic Growth, Rural Development, Food Security and Land Reform (Outcome 6; 7 and 9) To promote Sustainable and Equitable Water Resources Management (Outcome 10). Strengthening the regulation of the water sector Support Local Government to deliver services (Outcome 9). Contribute to Improved International Relations (Outcome 11) Build capacity to deliver Quality Services IUCMA Objectives: Ensure Effective, Efficient and Sustainable Management of Water Resources Ensure Collaborative and Co-Ordinated IWRM for Wise Socio-Economic Development Promote and Pursue an International Developmental Agenda Promote Knowledge Generation and Distribution Ensure Effective and Efficient Management of ICMA Resources CMS Strategic Action Programmes Achieving Equity Water Availability and Flow Management Managing Water Quality Generating and Managing Knowledge Achieving Compliance and Enforcement Generating Revenue
INKOMATI CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AGENCY 11 Real Time Operational River Management Data collection, archiving, utilisation and dissemination Modeling Framework or Decision Support Systems Mike Floodwatch Mike 11 WReMP Stakeholder Interaction and consensus based decision making Operations Committee Website, E-mails, SMS’s Institutional Arrangements & Governance CMA Water Users Association Dam Operators etc. (DWS) Technical Science Social Science
INKOMATI CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AGENCY 14 DWS/CMA (WRM) Water Quality Monitoring Process license applications Biomonitoring (RHP) Inspections International Agreements (support at operational level) o Piggs Peak o Interim IncoMaputo MUNICIPALITIES Water Service Dev’t Plan Availability of Water Capacity of WWTWs Monitor Effectiveness of WWTWs ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS EIAs to regulate the impact of dev’ts other than mining DMR Mining – prospecting applications EMP Regulate impact of mining PUBLIC WORKS Monitor WWTWs Process license applications Biomonitoring (RHP) Inspections Relations with Government institutions
INKOMATI CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AGENCY 15 Rhodes University Development of Water Quality Management Framework Developed a stakeholder platform for sharing interests on a common pool and planning together to achieve common interest. Developed a model to determine the waste load against interim water quality objectives and currently in the testing phase. The model will assist transparent and collective decision making as stakeholders for stakeholder’s collective benefit. It has brought diverse stakeholders together to manage water quality.
INKOMATI CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AGENCY 16 Wits University Developed a stakeholder centred public participation process based on strategic adaptive management. This platform encourages buy-in and consensus by stakeholders on matters relating to the protection of water resources as a common pool resource. UKZN –RISKOMAN: Operational Governance Dashboard, Adaptive Operational River Management Framework. PSP - Development and implementation of pro-active acid mine drainage strategy. Pro-active AMD task team has been established with buy in from stakeholders (mining houses, authorities and NGOs). Sharing of information from various mining houses - prevention of mining related pollution, and plans to address decants.