A: We’re unsure on the exact figures, as receiving water in this manner is not actually relied upon on the homelands. If there was a transport of water into the area required, it would most likely be in response to a cyclone or flood emergency.
The homelands almost always rely on local water supply (bores, ground water, lagoon/river, or rainwater harvesting).
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