The Tsakane works is situated south of Tsakane and falls within the DD5 drainage district. Built in 1973 and upgraded on several occasions over a period of time, the works was designed to treat 10 megalitres per day of raw sewage from the Tsakane and Duduza areas. Conventional activated sludge is employed as the main treatment process.

A central inlet works, incorporating the process of screening and grit removal serves the works. The activated sludge process includes primary sedimentation, a BNR three stage reactor basin and final clarification. The final effluent is chlorinated before discharging it into a tributary of the Blesbokspruit.

Capacity : 10.00 Mℓ/d