The Water and Sewerage Company (WASCO) wishes to inform the public that there will be sewer line construction works for Maseru Private Academy from 17th May 2018 to 07 June 2018 across the Kofi Annan Road at Ha Tsolo, Maseru. The works involve road crossing, as a result traffic flow will be affected. Road users are advised to adhere to the road construction signs that will be used during this time, to avoid congestion. The work will commence from till 4pm, daily for the duration of the construction project.

Holiday Message from our CEO

In reflecting on WASCO’s journey in the past year, it has certainly been an exciting one, despite some uphill. We launched an initiative of zero tolerance for water losses by opening a fully fledged call centre, whatsapp emergency reporting as well as emergency reporting on one of the local radio stations, in addition to what we were already doing.

We have also commenced network rehabilitation projects in several towns, to replace asbestos pipelines (ACP) with plastic PVC as another step in curbing non revenue water. We have also embarked on a number of projects to extend water services into areas which previously did not have access to clean water.

As CEO, I am humbled by the strength of our team and the partnerships we have with our customers, community leaders, development partners, consultants and contractors. On behalf of the Executive Management of WASCO, I would like to wish all of you a happy holiday season. Thank you for your continued support. We look forward to creating new landmarks in 2018 and beyond.

Mr. Lehlohonolo Manamolela - CE


Conservation Lifestyle. Good habits. Play your role in the commitment to water conservation by embracing wise water use as a daily habit.

Water is a valuable resource yet millions of litres are wasted daily by us all. Water conservation is therefore everyone's responsibility and is as important during heavy rainfall seasons as much as in the dry season.

WASCO encourages customers to wise-up to water and make simple changes in their daily lives to save this valuable resource.