Thanks to Jane Roberts for this article.
The spring, just over 20 miles northwest of Johannesburg, flows blood red.
It is toxic, highly acidic and full of heavy metals, so nasty that newly weaned impala and other animals in the Krugersdorp Game Reserve downstream can’t drink the water – and some of them die of thirst.
The water, a poisonous legacy of the gold mining industry, is dead. Not one living organism survives in it.
Millions of gallons of the same kind of toxic water lie underneath Johannesburg, a city of nearly 4 million people, and it’s rising 50 feet a month.
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